Although the public sector is willing to embrace business continuity by looking towards the cloud for an always-on environment, there are still challenges to overcome.
In South Africa, there is a concerted effort to migrate data into the cloud, says Neotel.
In today`s technology roundup: Adobe acquires Macromedia, Opera security enhanced, Samsung plans tiny hard drive, and Nokia 9300 released in SA.
Brothers in Arms: Road to Hill 30 offers gamers a first-person look at the involvement of the 101st Airborne Paratroopers in the invasion of Normandy. Combining first-person shooter and tactical elements, it is a highly enjoyable war title.
In today`s technology roundup: Microsoft to release low-cost Windows, songs to debut as ringtones first, and music group to sue students.
Electronic Arts` Rugby 2005 features improvements on almost every level and promises to change the perception that there are no good rugby games available. Win copies of Rugby 2005 on ITWeb LITE.
In today`s technology roundup: New security flaws in IE and Outlook, Ethiopia to expand Internet access, and Nero ships Linux solution.
In today`s technology roundup: Apple iTunes hacked again, Europe to get own domain name, and Australia to get hi-tech pay phones.
In today`s technology roundup: Apple eyes iPod royalties, Israel recruits spies online, and IBM fights spam.
In today`s technology roundup: Microsoft faces $5m-a-day fine, security flaw found in McAfee AntiVirus, and Mac OS X vulnerability fixed.
In today`s technology roundup: Spam fine for German operator, Dutch crackdown on file-sharing, and algorithm box for mouse users.
Playboy: The Mansion, the latest adult-oriented gaming title, tries hard to break free of other titles in the genre. Read our review to see if it succeeds.