GUEST INTERVIEW: 2021 was "really a great year" for Progress in the region, and 2022 is "looking good," senior vice president for APJ John Yang told iTWire.
GUEST INTERVIEW: Entrust Datacard recently renamed and rebranded itself as Entrust, in part to emphasise that the company's product portfolio is much wider than credential issuance. iTWire explored the background to the change with Entrust's South Pacific regional managing director and Asia Pacific vice president of bureau solutions Michael Robertson.
Workday featured a range of impressive speakers at its various keynote videos, with one in particular being the day two keynote showcasing the cultural imperative in place at Workday that makes it a "great place to work", but that was just one of many videos I captured.
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Dynatrace's APAC roadshow is underway, demonstrating how its solution "provides answers, not just data, based on deep insight into every user, every transaction, across every application", with plenty of opportunity to meet Dynatrace staff, customers and peers.
Whether it is the modern software factory, taking advantage of AI, agile management, digital transformation, DevSecOps and more, CA Tech's portfolio continues its sophisticated maturation.
Financial advice can be a complex beast for even the most seasoned wolf of wall street, and one Aussie startup, described as Australia's first cloud based investment advisor, is here to help.
Google has numerous competitors spanning across multiple fields but former CEO Eric Schmidt has declared Amazon as the one Google is watching most.
Chinese multinational technology giant Huawei is working on a single universal mobile device that will replace smartphones, tablets and just about everything else in both the home and office, according to the chairman of the Australian branch.
American talk show host and journalist Charlie Rose sat down with enigmatic Apple CEO Tim Cook for about two hours, but what exactly did we learn about the man who has the unenviable task of following the late great Steve Jobs, and his company that is about to embark upon its biggest product release to date?
Ever feel like you're not close enough to the footy? HD broadcasts make our great game increasingly realistic and engaging, but what if you could literally feel what's happening at the MCG? A new tech-enabled shirt from an Aussie advertising firm has just taken out a prestigious advertising award in the US, and we spoke to one of the guys behind it.
Governments across Australia at various levels are thankfully making the push towards opening their data, and GovHack 2014's Melbourne event was a great physical realisation with teams working with data to achieve some groundbreaking outcomes.
Media demi-god and conservative tabloid dictator Rupert Murdoch has slammed the National Broadband Network, describing it as a "ridiculous" idea.
Coldplay wowed fans at an intimate live gig at Sydney's Enmore Theatre but they wowed even more online, thanks to a partnership between Southern Cross Austereo and Aussie online media solutions firm Hostworks.
Retail giant Woolworths turned a lot of heads yesterday when it was revealed it would be shifting its Windows ecosystem to instead take on a mass rollout of devices using Google's Chrome OS. We spoke with a Senior Manager at Citrix, the company tasked with making the transformation happen, to find out what exactly the deal means for both Woolworths and the tech space more broadly.
Social media giant Facebook has declared it's close to finalising end-to-end encryption across the network, in a bid to prevent government snooping across the globe.
Australia's mixed technology National Broadband Network is rolling out further to the bush, but at a price – The Government will give NBN Co an extra $1.4 billion.
In an increasingly agile and fast-paced tech landscape hack weeks are a fresh and productive way for companies to innovate, and we went in-depth with 99designs, which is embarking on a hack week of its own.
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