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Car subscription platform Loopit is forecasting a rise in car subscriptions around Australia this year after adding 1,000 cars to its service in January alone, to reach a milestone of 6,000 cars on the platform.

Published in Market
Wednesday, 09 December 2020 15:19

Back to the future: enterprise edition

GUEST OPINION by Paul Hooper, CEO, Gigamon:   Buckle up... Everyone is looking to the future for positive news around a COVID-19 vaccine and a safe return to some sort of normalcy. Business leaders are no exception.

Published in Guest Opinion

GUEST INTERVIEW: Appian is the low-code company that lets you create apps visually via flowchart, 10 to 20 times faster than traditional ways, in what is a sophisticated reimagining of the coding process that lets apps, software and ideas flow into life at the speed of thought, and be easily updated and changed. It's also an excellent example of hyperautomation, which is the subject of CEO Matt Calkins' new book.

Published in Business Software

A former writer for Forbes claims Google used its power to force her to kill a story that was critical of the search behemoth's monopolistic practices six years ago.

Published in Technology Regulation

Video games consoles have been receiving mid-life Viagra boosters to support 4K TV, HDR and VR headsets. The latest is the Sony PS4 Pro.

Published in Entertainment

Internet Australia chief Laurie Patton – a long-time opponent of site blocking – says a recent site blocking exercise in the UK was not the success claimed, with 80% of Internet users ignoring the massive blocking effort.

Published in Strategy

Speculation is rife that the terrorists who attacked multiple locations in Paris on Friday night, killing at least 129 people, may have communicated when planning and carrying out their attacks using Sony PlayStation 4 gaming consoles.

Published in Strategy
Monday, 17 August 2015 15:31

iPad Pro: designed to finally be the new PC?

With Apple’s iPad still selling but no longer like hotcakes, as still do iPhones, iPad Pro will surely be designed to obliterate Windows, Mac and Linux computing as we know it.

Published in Fuzzy Logic

BlackBerry is to acquire WatchDox and will offer the data security company’s technology as a value-added service to complement its own portfolio of Enterprise Mobility Management solutions, and which will be available with BES12, a multi-OS EMM solution.

Published in Security
Wednesday, 10 December 2014 04:35

Back to the future –Apple and the 4 inch iPhone 6

Will they or won’t they? Rumours and counter-rumours are swirling round the blogosphere on speculation Apple will build a smaller ‘female friendly’ iPhone.

Published in Mobility

New Zealand-based, global online accounting software company Xero is shouting from the rooftops about its performance in the Australian market, claiming an ‘explosion’ in customer numbers to 147,000 businesses using its software, up from 109,000 in March.

Published in Accounting Software
Monday, 09 December 2013 12:34

Windows Phone could overtake iOS in 3 years

News broke last month that Microsoft's Windows Phone has increased its market share worldwide but Forbes has gone one step further, suggesting the mobile OS could overtake Apple's iOS in a mere three years.

Published in Mobility
Tuesday, 21 June 2011 10:41

Going gets tough - IT gets going

With the global economy stalled in the doldrums, large enterprises are looking to chief information officers to save them money and provide the technical underpinnings to take them into new markets. Put simply, big business is looking to IT to pull its chestnuts out of the fire.

Wednesday, 29 September 2010 20:51

NBN 'too expensive' says world's richest man

Mexican telecommunications mogul Carlos Slim Helu says the Commonwealth's optical-fibre National Broadband Network seems over-priced at $43 billion and that Government should focus on a mix of technologies that includes fibre, wireless and copper.

Published in Government Tech Policy




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