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Open Source

How a software firm 'goes' open source

What happens when an organisation decides to take its previously proprietary software and make it open source?

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The persistence of COBOL: why a 60-year old language is still in demand

It's not often in technology that something lasts more than a few years, let alone six decades as is the case with the COBOL programming language. We look at why...

IPv4 vs IPv6: when will the internet's latest protocol finally take over?

Internet

IPv4 vs IPv6: when will the internet's latest protocol finally take over?

IPv4 exhaustion has been a recognised issue for a long time, although adoption of the next generation of the Internet Protocol has remained sluggish. We look at...

Asia reaches to embrace the cloud - but needs to step up the pace

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Asia reaches to embrace the cloud - but needs to step up the pace

Cloud spending is increasing in businesses across APAC, but foundational gaps are slowing adoption and impeding growth.

How (and why) the API became the new IT cornerstone

Application Development

How (and why) the API became the new IT cornerstone

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Huawei battles to foster trust and fight UK snooping concerns

Mobile Communications

Huawei battles to foster trust and fight UK snooping concerns

The Chinese comms giant Huawei is dogged by US allegations of hostile actions

Device42 and ServiceNow: Which is the best IT asset management tool?

IT Asset Management (ITAM)

Device42 and ServiceNow: Which is the best IT asset management tool?

IT Central Station users compare two of the highest reviewed solutions in the IT asset management market: Device 42 and ServiceNow.

Death by a Thousand Talents: How China's brain gain is harming western firms

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Death by a Thousand Talents: How China's brain gain is harming western firms

Are Chinese-government-sponsored 'talent recruitment' programs a threat to other Western nations' research data?

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