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Alibaba opens the door to cloud at Olympic Games showcase
Located in Gangneung Olympic Park, the Olympic Showcase will be open to the public from February 11 to 25.
Surprise - the PyeongChang Winter Olympic Games were hacked
Games organisers have reportedly admitted that its servers had been attacked, forcing them to shut down the official website.
Expert paints picture of steady worldwide growth for colocation providers
The first half of 2017 alone saw $18.2 billion invested in mergers and acquisitions, up from $7.6 billion in all of 2016 and $6 billion in 2015.
Japan tech firm Soliton Systems invests in LookingGlass cybersecurity
“We look forward to working with LookingGlass to further protect our customers, and our country, from external cyber threats."
Citrix smooths road to Rio Olympics for Sky TV
"We need to make sure our Rio production team have secure and reliable access to the tools needed for the job."
Think you could cut it as an Olympian? A new app allows you to find out
Using data from runners’ fitness trackers, Cadence lets runners pit their own performance against those of the best athletes in the world.
Online buyers beware: Rio Olympics 'ideal' for cybercrims
"The 2016 Rio Olympics are ideal targets for fraudsters and cybercriminals. Those seeking tickets online should be taking appropriate precautions."
Rio 2016 dubbed the stay at home Olympics
It’s the day before the grand opening of the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio De Janeiro, so why do 1.3 million tickets still remain unsold?
A warning from Zscaler - don't drop your security baton this olympics
With the Olympics on the horizon, a strong warning has been issued for organizations by Zscaler to refocus their security efforts.
TVNZ packs for Rio, despite demands from Sky TV
Despite recent uncertainty, Sky TV will be joined by Television New Zealand (TVNZ) at the 2016 Olympic games in Rio De Janeiro.
Samsung seals Olympic deal with golden handshake
"Samsung aims to spread the Olympic spirit through our innovative products, enabling all fans around the world to stay connected and share the excitement of the Olympic Movement."
Olympics used as bait for online attacks
Hackers use Olympics as a weapon for online fraud, with fake YouTube websites helping spammers take advantage.
Olympic fans told to text, tweet or watch TV
TV coverage issues has led to calls for lessened twitter and texting activities during the Olympics as data networks become overloaded.
Twitter crashes on Olympics eve
Social networking site facing problems ahead of London 2012.
Olympic tech wins gold
We look at the latest and greatest technological advancements heading to London 2012.
Telecom's Olympic Galaxy S III incentive
London travel package worth $40,000 on offer for buyers of new Samsung smartphone. How does it compare with Vodafone's offer?
Samsung kicks off olympic tour
It’s a mere few months until the 2012 Olympics kick off in London, and Samsung is keen to start drumming up support for New Zealand’s athletes.
Whitepaper: Why it’s critical to detect cyber attacks as they happen
"Many organisations are struggling to keep pace with the speed in which hackers are attacking their systems."
Whitepaper: The key to compliance is governing access to data
By implementing a governance-based approach to identity governance, companies can secure their organisation’s sensitive data.
Whitepaper: How to detect and respond to threats faster
This white paper uncovers how UEBA reduces your organisational risk and enables you to respond more quickly to attacks.
Whitepaper: How to build cloud policies your organisation can stand by
Done right, digital transformation can transform the way governments engage with citizens, make businesses more productive and help non-profits be more effective.
Whitepaper: An inside look at the benefits of cloud
"Cloud computing is revolutionising business, enabling organisations to move faster, spend less and deliver greater value."