Organisations spend a lot of time making sure they are safe from external attack. However, this security isn’t worth much if their data isn’t protected against attacks from within
In David Hathiramani’s second column on outsourcing, he takes us through the journey from those initial baby steps to having an altogether more grown up outsourcing proposition...
It’s been a rather distracted month in the Elite tech labs, with news stories stating things like a method exists to potentially define whether the universe is a computer simulation. But despite all that, we’ve still picked out our favourite tech for you
For too long business has come down to location, location, location. But one day soon staff choices will no longer be limited by geography
Even for online shoppers, the holiday season can spell crippling repetitive strain injury thanks to clicking through endless webpages. Which is why, in addition to our usual tech rundown, we’ve also handpicked some of our favourite Yuletide goodies
For a lot of people, giving up their gadgets is the last thing they’d want to do. But here are seven reasons why spending some time technologically teetotal could do you some good
The dawn of cloud storage means businesses have a new opportunity to focus on data back-up, says Melbourne Server Hosting’s Rajesh Joshi
There have been some big developments this month, including the official launch of EE's 4G network. But obviously the colossal 4”-retina-displayed, A6-chipped elephant in the room is Apple’s iPhone 5. And for that you will need to read on