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Global professional services firm Accenture has acquired Australia’s Electro 80, a leading provider of operational technology (OT) for resources clients in Australia, including mining, energy, engineering, construction and utilities companies.

Published in Deals

GUEST OPINION by Byron Yeung, Vice President APAC, Data Integration Division at Qlik: Data is critical to local government operations. It helps them allocate resources, address pressing issues facing the community, and so on. Ultimately, data helps local governments better serve communities through data-informed decision-making. Unfortunately, it’s not utilised nearly as much as it can and should be.

Published in Guest Opinion

Enterprise software provider Micro Focus has announced it is to invest heavily in the channel for its Application Modernisation and Connectivity (AMC) portfolio, including funding resources at multiple partners in Australia and New Zealand.

Published in Strategy

The Salvation Army Australia has deployed technology from global software and spend management company Coupa to help manage its resources cost-effectively and for greater effect in undertaking its humanitarian work.

Published in Market
Wednesday, 25 November 2020 21:37

What will 2021 deliver for cybersecurity in Australia?

GUEST OPINION by Mark Lukie, sales engineer manager – APAC for Barracuda: If anyone had predicted half the things that happened in 2020, we should be paying them a lot to give us predictions for 2021! Going into 2021, we should expect many of the key cybersecurity trends from this year to continue in Australia. 

Published in Guest Opinion
Thursday, 17 September 2020 15:55

Overcoming the challenge of the rising data tide

Effective data management systems are key

GUEST OPINION by Kathryn Ramanathan, ANZ Channel and Distribution Manager, Cohesity: Within most Australian businesses, the volume of data that needs to be managed, stored and protected is rising at an exponential rate. Finding effective ways to deal with this challenge has become a top priority.

Published in Guest Opinion

Canberra-based technology company archTIS has entered into a contractual agreement with professional services firm KPMG to provide resources to conduct a number of specialised security services for a Commonwealth national security agency.

Published in Deals

An exploration renaissance is underway at Alaska’s North Slope basin — a region boasting a long history of successful oil discoveries.

SPONSORED NEWS: An exploration renaissance is underway at Alaska’s North Slope basin — a region boasting a long history of successful oil discoveries.

Published in Energy
Friday, 01 November 2019 11:15

Small businesses lag in digital tech investment

Many of Australia’s small businesses have not fully realised their potential because they lack the skills, time or resources to invest in digital technology - or because they lack knowledge of the opportunities that technologies provide.

Published in Telecoms & NBN
Tuesday, 29 October 2019 11:13

CSIRO develops new groundwater sensor system

The CSIRO has developed a new groundwater sensor system to monitor the environment faster and provide more reliable and less labour-intensive detection for the resources industry.

Published in Science

Global spending on regulatory technology (regtech) is forecast to exceed US$127 billion by 2024, up from US$25 billion in 2019.

Published in Technology Regulation

Nokia sees Australia taking a lead in this year’s annual global Open Innovation Challenge competition by building on strong IoT momentum in the country’s industrial sectors like mining and resources, transport, utilities and agriculture.

Published in Internet of Things

Australian stands to add $45 billion to the country’s GDP by 2021 from digital transformation, according to a new study which also estimates it could increase the nation’s growth rate by 0.5% annually.

Published in Strategy
Wednesday, 23 November 2016 19:16

Dropsuite raises $5 million, set for ASX listing

Backup and recovery vendor Dropsuite is set to list on the Australian Securities Exchange after raising the minimum subscription of $5 million in a capital raising which sought up to $8 million to fund investment in technology and the creation of new software solutions.

Published in Listed Tech

IBM’s cognitive computing system Watson will be deployed by oil and gas company Woodside as part of the resource giant’s strategy to use predictive data science to leverage more than 30 years of collective knowledge and experience as a leading liquefied natural gas operator.

Published in Deals

Despite avoiding a drop off in October, demand for executives in the IT sector dropped 9% in November, continuing a three-year period of generally flat demand in the technology industry.

Published in Enterprise Staff
Thursday, 18 July 2013 11:29

Business not doing digital marketing properly

Australian and New Zealand businesses are spending a paltry amount of their digital marketing budgets on optimisation, despite evidence showing those who optimise are reaping thousands of dollars return for every dollar spent.

Published in Strategy
Thursday, 07 July 2011 15:38

Massive surge in executive IT jobs

A surge in demand for Australian senior executives has pushed one national job index to its biggest monthly gain in 12 months, with Victoria and New South Wales outperforming the two big resources states of Western Australia and Queensland, and with IT one of the best performing sectors.

Published in Recruitment

Motorola Solutions has signed a AUD$14.4 million contract with Queensland Gas Corporation (QGC)for the supply of radio communications infrastructure for QGC's liquefied natural gas (LNG) project in southern Queensland.

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