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Tuesday, 12 November 2013 12:28

CIOs can’t find the talent

Business investment in IT is on the rise, as nearly 80% of IT budgets have increased or stayed the same this year. But CIOs are facing many challenges, including significant difficulties in finding talented staff.

Published in Recruitment
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Digital transformations facing large corporations are beyond typical planning cycles and most CEO tenures. This makes good timing absolutely critical when it comes to allocating resources effectively.

Published in Strategy

One-third of the Australian economy faces imminent and substantial disruption by digital technologies and business models, according to a new report from consultancy Deloitte Australia.

Acronis, a leading provider of data protection and disaster recovery solutions for physical, virtual and cloud environments, today announced it has been included in the Technology Fast 500â„¢ ranking of the 500 fastest growing technology, media, telecommunications, life sciences and clean technology companies in North America. This is the third consecutive year Acronis has been recognized on the Technology Fast 500 list, having been first named as a Rising Star in 2008. Rankings are based on percentage of fiscal year revenue growth during the period from 2006 to 2010.

Australia's traditional retailers have been told to move quickly into the online world before consumers develop loyalty to the much more nimble new players.

Published in Strategy
Thursday, 27 January 2011 20:22

PVRs didn't kill the advertising star - yet

The widespread use of VCRs made a lot of us comfortable with the idea of fast-forwarding through the ads. And the emergence of DVRs/PVRs added pristine video quality to the mix. But ads have survived, and at least one industry watcher thinks they'll continue to flourish.

Published in Core Dump
Thursday, 27 January 2011 20:09

Computers ain't computers any more

The headline isn't literally true, but a major professional services firm is predicting that 2011 will be the year when non-PC computing devices outnumber traditional PCs.

Published in Development




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