Gigabits are going gangbusters in the gargantuan era of greatly growing data, connectivity and speed requirements for all societies, not just Germany's, with ZTE announcing "strategy for the road to the digital future".
Transformation is more than simply a buzzword; it's genuinely an important skill of today's leader. A new industry association has formed to provide mentorship and advocacy around the discipline.
Backup and availability vendor Veeam has been making changes to address a broader market.
Oracle spent US$9.3 billion to acquire NetSuite. Today it explained its 10-year SaaS suite plan.
BMC achieved 34% growth in net new business during the last 12 months.
Mid-market software vendor Infor is sometimes criticised for the number of generally similar products in its portfolio. But the company believes it is still on the right track.
Any need to customise business applications works against the use of cloud software, so ERP and applications vendor Infor plans to continue to develop software that can be put to work in a growing range of industries straight out of the (virtual) box.
Business software vendor Infor is seeing "explosive" growth in its cloud business.
Following Logicalis acquiring Thomas Duryea in December 2015, both companies are well on the path to back-end integration. There are now joint clients and great growth, with the two companies to be combined as one within 12 months and having a goal of being the most admired IT company in Australia by 2020.
CeBIT Australia 2016 closed yesterday evening after three days showcasing the latest tech innovations to thousands of visitors, for start-ups, SMEs, enterprise, government and more - and now 2017 beckons!
Scott Anthony was a Day 2 CeBIT Australia 2016 morning keynote speaker, and I had the opportunity to interview him on the topic of his talk, on disruptive change, on venture capital successes and failures and more!
Global marketing, business and strategy expert Ian Duffell has enjoyed a stellar business career, and is now one of the directors at recently listed IoT Group.
It’s no April Fool’s joke, from 4 April 2016, former Microsoft exec and Nokia CEO Stephen Elop is joining Telstra as ‘Group Executive Technology, Innovation and Strategy.’
A top notch research firm says some of the key questions, use cases and opportunities facing operations around IoT and M2M ‘will be resolved’ in 2016, leading to the market maturing ‘markedly.’
Dutch mobile service enabler Teleena has expanded its global footprint with the signing of four new international MVNOs, including an unnamed Australian customer.
Industrial giant GE is turning to the cloud to save money and boost innovation.
Microsoft has selected nine strategic partners for Internet of Things activity.
It may seem obvious once stated, but organisations are rediscovering the importance of meeting internal and external user requirements as they seek to survive digital disruption.
Infor is bringing a new look to the enterprise software market by delivering specialised systems and focussing on the user experience.
"We've been doing a ton of work to really excel in the security of everything," BlackBerry CEO and executive chairman John Chen told the company's second annual security summit overnight.
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