GUEST OPINION by Ranjith Raj Gnanapragasam, Product Manager, ManageEngine: With the volume of business data growing at an exponential rate, new approaches are urgently required to ensure it does not evolve from a strategic asset into an overwhelming problem.
How did Aussie IT departments fare during the COVID-19 crisis? It depends who you ask.
Despite many well-publicised glitches, as COVID-19 hit, Australian business continuity plans largely worked well, according to a survey of 197 local organisations.
Investments in automation are often made without an overall automation strategy in mind, but despite this most organisations are automating to some level, in many cases attempting to refocus staff on higher-value tasks.
Robotic process automation (RPA) company Automation Anywhere has appointed industry veteran Stephen DeWitt as its first chief strategy officer.
Australian-listed New Zealand company 9 Spokes has entered into a formal contract with Bank of America to provide the US bank’s customers with access to a white-labelled platform for an initial period of three years.
It's nearly 2019, and Gartner lined up its top strategic tech trends for 2019 at its Symposium conference in Orlando last week which you can see and read below.
After the successful launch of Australia’s first blockchain university short course, Developing Blockchain Strategy, RMIT Online has announced the launch of two additional blockchain courses that will provide students with a comprehensive overview of the technology, including the understanding of how to design blockchain infrastructure, to further their skills and learn how to think strategically about implementing a blockchain solution into the core of their businesses.
With Australia's Federal "Digital Transformation and Human Services" Minister Michael Keenan recently declaring he wants "Australia to be one of the top three digital governments in the world", reiterating his commitment to a digital future, how can SMBs use the force to go digital?
Australia's first university short course on developing blockchain strategy, "built with industry and delivered by global blockchain experts", is being launched by Melbourne's RMIT.
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!
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