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Dell is expanding its SecureWorks security consulting and services arm into Australia. One of the most in-demand services from prospective local customers? Penetration testing.
One of the challenges of an environment where employees use multiple cloud services is how to manage those accounts. AppGuru, a new web-based service from LogMein,, aims to simplify that process by providing a centralised console where IT managers can track, deploy and remove users on different services.
Today’s announcement of the Xbox One has seen a decidedly mixed reaction, but also offered hints at the key roles some of Microsoft’s more enterprise technologies will play on the console/entertainment device/potential doorstop. Here’s what we know so far.
Dear Lifehacker, I’m a mid-twenties IT professional who works at an Australian IT startup, and I have really enjoyed my time there. I’ve been involved in everything from designing hardware, reviewing and recommending server farm infrastructure, developing automated deployment scripts, software support, training and — well, it’s a software startup, you get your hands dirty with everything at the end of the day. But now it’s time to take the next step.
Crowdsourcing marketplace Freelancer.com is extending the idea of contests — where individual workers pitch ideas and hirers choose the best submission — from its design categories to every tyoe of work it offers through the site. It’s understandable that a model which has proved successful in one area is being extended to others, but I’m not sure how well this will work when it comes to development projects.
As we reported this morning, Microsoft is planning to launch two local Azure data centres in Australia. When will they launch? Will there be a cost difference? Lifehacker got the answers direct from Satya Nadella, Microsoft’s global president for Server & Tools.
Our ongoing World Of Servers series swept through London last week for the Gartner Enterprise Architecture Summit. Here are five key lessons to take away from that event.