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The vast majority of Australian companies recently surveyed have their sights set on artificial intelligence investment, with increasing employee productivity a key focus for AI investments.

Published in Business Intelligence

Computing devices may be reducing in size and a majority of users may be obsessed with just their smartphones, but the venerable mainframe still has a big and steady role to play in business, a survey by the US technology company BMC Software has found.

Published in Enterprise Solutions

IBM systems integrator Certus Solutions has launched its rapid Prototyping and User Experience (UX) offering, Touchstone, which it gained in acquiring enterprise application development firm, Core Technology.

Published in Market

Microsoft has announced six new Azure CSP partners and provided examples of key customers on the Azure platform in Australia.

Published in Enterprise Cloud
Monday, 06 April 2015 18:34

Rahim joins Telsyte as senior analyst

Technology analyst firm Telsyte has appointed Shayum Rahim to the role of Senior Analyst.

Published in People Moves

Deliver the software users want and need (not just what management thinks is required), look for deployment flexibility, and beware of API charges. They are the messages from SugarCRM CEO Larry Augustin.

Published in Enterprise Solutions
Monday, 14 July 2014 12:15

TechnologyOne tidies Epworth's books

The adoption of TechnologyOne's OneHealth software has given Epworth HealthCare a consistent view of its eight hospitals.

Published in Enterprise Solutions
Thursday, 25 July 2013 16:48

Oracle looking for an AppAdvantage

Oracle has plans to drag its core ERP products into a new era where flexibility and innovation can coexist with standardisation.

Monday, 01 July 2013 07:39

Infor 'bullish' says regional executive

Enterprise software company Infor is feeling optimistic about the coming half year, especially in the Asia Pacific region. "We're very bullish," said the company's APAC president Tim Moylan.

Published in Strategy
Thursday, 01 November 2012 14:56

Lawyers use Good Technology for BYOD

Law firm Corrs Chambers Westgarth has revealed it is using Good for Enterprise to provide appropriately high security in a BYOD environment.

Published in Security
Thursday, 30 August 2012 16:02

Woolworths goes Google and iPad

Woolworths supermarket managers have a new tool to help with their daily tasks.

Published in Enterprise
Thursday, 30 August 2012 15:09

Good for Enterprise gets facelift, new features

Good Technology has updated its Good for Enterprise apps for iOS and Android.

Published in Enterprise
Friday, 22 June 2012 15:20

SAP enters Telstra's cloud

An agreement between Telstra, SAP and Accenture will see various SAP applications being offered from Telstra's cloud infrastructure.

Published in Cloud Computing
While the worst of the recession may now be behind us business executives will still be looking for cost-reduction initiatives across the company. It’s time for IT departments to consider their Microsoft licensing spend and ask if open source makes better sense.

Published in The Linux Distillery
Monday, 30 November 2009 06:57

Are open source programmers fools and suckers?

Analyst and consultant Josh Greenbaum has criticised the European Commission’s view that Oracle should jettison MySQL. Part of his argument is that MySQL can’t die because it is open source – and, Greenbaum says, this means there is no end of suckers willing to maintain it for free.

Published in The Linux Distillery
Tuesday, 17 November 2009 08:46

TechnologyOne moves ahead with new appointment

Australian-listed enterprise software company, TechnologyOne, has created a new executive role in a move which the company says is the next step in its development and achievement of a long-term strategy for its vertical markets business.

Published in People Moves
Enterprises globally are expected to adopt cloud solutions en masse in the next 12 months, according to a new study published in a whitepaper by search leader Google. CRM, however, will not be the major driving application.

Published in Market
Thursday, 24 September 2009 03:47

Lotus gaining against Microsoft, IBM claims

IBM is claiming a series of competitive wins against Microsoft. Big name companies are said to be choosing Lotus products over Microsoft's collaboration software.

Published in Market
Wednesday, 16 September 2009 13:17

DB2 the go for SAP, crows IBM

IBM claims "hundreds" of SAP users are getting better performance at lower cost by adopting DB2 in place of Oracle Database.

Published in Market
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