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Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella says the technology giant's US$26.2 billion acquisition of LinkedIn opens the door to tighter intergration between Office 365 and Dynamics ERP/CRM with the 433 million member-strong social media platform.
The enterprise gets some love from Apple.
Apple on Monday showed off iOS 10- for its iPhone lineup - and macOS Sierra - its rebranded OS X desktop software for Macs.
Apple revealed the newest features for its software at this year's Worldwide Developers Conference in San Francisco.
Great article on RipJar. 1ICT is really looking forward to working with such an exciting company as a local consultancy and integration partner.
Receives bug bounty from Facebook.
A 10-year-old Finnish boy was awarded US$10,000 (AU$13,340) by Facebook's bug bounty program after discovering a vulnerability in the Instagram coding which allowed him to delete any message in the application.
“I would have been able to eliminate anyone, even Justin Bieber,” the recipient, identified as Jani, told the Finnish publication Iltalehti in his native tongue, according to a Forbes report.
ACMA issues warning.
The Australian Communications and Media Authority (ACMA) has issued a warning over an SMS scam targeting mobile banking users in Australia and New Zealand.
The short text messages contain URLs that direct the recipient to a fake mobile banking website, which looks similar to the real one, where their login credentials or personal details may be stolen.
Tough time for tablets.
Despite the release of notable new tablets in Spring - like the iPad Pro and Surface Pro 4 - the global tablet market declined yet again the fourth quarter of 2015.
According to marjet researcg firm IDC, 65.9 million tablets were shipped in the fourth quarter, down 13.7 percent from the same quarter last year.
Was this the year for "Internet of Things"?
The Internet of Things (IoT) doesn't just mean using your smartphone to lock your front door anymore. The IoT industry is becoming more interesting as more industries see the value of connecting endpoints to help their business run more efficiently.
Buckle up! CES 2016 kicked off this week in Las Vegas, so prepare for gadget overload from car tech to wireless everything, IoT everywhere and flocks of drones buzzing high above the 3631 companies exhibiting this year at the world’s largest gadget fest.
Partners develop "Excel on steroids".
Three Microsoft partners have been revealed as the brains trust behind a major project by the peak body for chartered accounts to help their members compete with the 'Big Four' accountancy firms.
HubOne, MOQdigital and Rhipe have been involved in the development and distribution of a covert technology initiative for the Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand (CA ANZ), dubbed 'Kairos'.
Load balancing company, KEMP Technologies, has expanded its commitment and footprint in the local market with the appointment of four new channel partners in Australia.
The company has inked partnerships with select system integrators focused on infrastructure and applications to support local accelerated demand for advanced Application Delivery Controllers (ADCs) and server load balancers.
Why the tablet really stands out.
It can take a little while to get to know a new device, and the iPad Pro is no exception.
But after more than a week of use, I've started to see its really important features – not just the headline ones, but those that make a difference every day.
Here are the five killer features , starting with something that won't be the most obvious thing…
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