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Sunday, 29 November 2009 10:20

App performance issues plague Aussie business

Just over 57 percent of Australian businesses and organisations experience more than one application performance issue every week, with 11.5 percent of them experiencing ‘almost constant’ issues with their IT systems.

Published in Market
The IT industry in Australia is beginning to show signs of recovery, although many organisations remain cautious about permanent hiring as a result of budget constraints, according to a new IT labour market survey just released which also reveals that there was a modest increase in hiring of both permanent and contract job categories over the three months to September.

Published in Recruitment
Australian IT professional services company, Datacom, has achieved the highest Green IT readiness rating yet achieved by any organisation in Australia in the RMIT University-Connection Research Green IT Readiness Index.

Published in Market
Wednesday, 22 July 2009 07:32

Contractors lead revival in IT recruitment

Strengthening demand for contractors has helped bring some renewed vigour back to the IT recruitment market in Australia although salaries and employment conditions remain stagnant as businesses work their way through a tough economy.

Published in Recruitment
Tuesday, 07 July 2009 12:26

Midmarket still investing in IT, says IBM

Gloomy economic conditions aren't stopping midsize companies from investing in IT projects, according to an international report from IBM.

Published in Strategy
It’s no longer skilled labour shortages but tightening IT budgets that has largely driven New Zealand companies to outsourcing to meet their IT services needs in the economic downturn.

Adoption of virtualization technology in the European market has been on the rise, with an increase of 26.6 percent of server systems shipped with a virtualization platform on top last year compared with 2007.

Published in Market
As the economic crisis continues, reducing the cost of IT operations is a key consideration for many European organisations, with decision makers actively addressing the issue and looking for ways to improve cost effectiveness.
Australian businesses, it seems, are making more rapid progress than their counterparts in other countries, particularly the UK, in planning ahead for the effects of carbon pricing.
Published in Deals

If you want to retain your IT marketing budget in the current tough economic climate, as well as enhance your own credibility as a marketer, then you better step up to the plate and ensure your marketing efforts are measurable and contribute to your organisation’s overall financial health.

Published in Deals
After twenty-seven quarters of steady growth there’s now been a damaging decline in server shipments in the Asia Pacific region, down 5.8 percent year-on-year, and with a major impact on revenues across the main five APAC sub regions.
Published in Deals
The Asia Pacific region is forecast to achieve growth valued at $US11.8 billion in the enterprise software market by 2012, with China and Australia respectively holding their place as the largest software markets in the region.
Published in Market
IT budgets have been slashed by 73 per cent of Australian organisations for 2009, with 46% cutting budgets in absolute dollar terms for this year, according to a recent survey by Compuware(NASDAQ:CPWR).
Published in Market
Companies are suspending IT projects not related to revenue growth or cost reduction, as well as cutting back on IT investments amidst indications of lower spending on capital upgrades and ERP projects, according to a global industry survey just released by Resources Global Professionals.
Published in Market




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