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Posted @ Wednesday, 2 February 2011 3:26 PM By Matt Marlor
Part 4 of the DR series looks at large businesses, and the use of warm and hot recovery
Posted @ Wednesday, 26 January 2011 6:30 PM By Matt Marlor
Part 3 of the Disaster Recovery Series touches on developing your scope, and looks at local vs cloud based recovery for personal and small business purposes.
Posted @ Wednesday, 19 January 2011 4:05 PM By Matt Marlor
Part 2 of the Disaster Recovery Series gives an overview of IT approaches to risk management, a highly relevant - and sometimes missed - part of good DR planning.
Posted @ Tuesday, 18 January 2011 2:10 PM By Matt Marlor
The first in a series of posts around disaster recovery, which should be quite relevant in the context of recent events such as the Queensland floods ...
Posted @ Tuesday, 19 October 2010 4:07 PM By Matt Marlor
Time for rigorous scrutiny? Oh I agree. But let's make it real scrutiny, not beancounter scrutiny...
Posted @ Tuesday, 12 October 2010 11:01 AM By Cam
Part 2 of a series which covers / glosses over the experiences of delivering technolgy to pre-schools - the forgotten corner of the education world. This episode covers governance & policy
Posted @ Sunday, 15 August 2010 5:41 AM By Matt Marlor
Just over a week to go before a bunch of geeks start converging on the Gold Coast for TechEd Australia 2010. Whether you're a first-timer or a grizzled veteran, everyone has their story to tell. I'd be interested to hear yours!
Posted @ Friday, 11 June 2010 3:35 PM By Steve Molkentin
No way. NO. WAY! You did NOT just say that...
Posted @ Sunday, 23 May 2010 10:47 PM By Will Hughes
I've been using the Android Platform now for roughly 18 months. In that time I've owned three different Android devices - HTC Dream / G1, Motorolla Milestone, and currently - Nexus One.
The latest release of Android dropped today - and Nexus One owners are the first to get official updates. At the moment the launch appears to be limited to devices in the US, with the rest of the population getting updates as they're progressively rolled out.
It's also available for impatient non-USA&nbs ...
Posted @ Thursday, 20 May 2010 9:48 AM By Peter
I have been selling IT since 1992. I have sold all sorts of brands, technologies and ideas to my clients. Problem is, though, once you mention that you are in IT, at a dinner, a party or at a gathering for business networking, two things happen. One, the IT people think you are a competitor and won't talk to you about work. Two, every person with a problem with their home PC, their work network, the printer that keeps flashing funny lights, descends on you....
Posted @ Wednesday, 19 May 2010 11:19 AM By James Bannan
We all love gadgets, but when they slip through the security door and into the workplace, are they a welcome innovation or simply more trouble than they're worth?
Posted @ Thursday, 6 May 2010 11:04 PM By Mick Huxley
A simple look at the problems assoicated with breaking down security to users..
Posted @ Thursday, 6 May 2010 11:02 AM By James Bannan
When technology highlights flaws in non-IT business workflow,should IT pros speak up and lobby for change?
Posted @ Tuesday, 27 April 2010 7:51 AM By Peter
what is coming? where are we going? what is the tipping point of technology that means we can't really go much further?
Posted @ Wednesday, 21 April 2010 12:26 AM By Peter
Cloud Computing. According to an article I have read, all traditional resellers had better switch to a cloud model, or face exinction. I argued the toss on CRN about that, especially as the writer was representing a cloud hosting company. As if he was going to say that traditional resellers have a part to play in the cloud revolution.
Posted @ Monday, 19 April 2010 10:57 PM By Peter
I started writing a technical post for my very first one for my blog. It would have been good, but it would have been skewed by the product sets I sell. So it got virtually binned. I decided to write about something that is new - and upcoming, and we will get a taste of it on Thursday in Canberra - I don't know when in the other Cities, sorry. But this is going to be big. Huge. I could even say "Global"...