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GUEST INTERVIEW: Manhattan Associates is a technology leader in supply chain, retail and e-commerce, working with some of the world's biggest brands. Some of these span from Adidas to Renault Nissan, from Dell to DHL, from GM to Walmart, from Nike to Sysco and plenty more.

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GUEST INTERVIEW: Manhattan Associates is a technology leader in supply chain, retail and e-commerce, working with some of the world's biggest brands. Some of these span from Adidas to Renault Nissan, from Dell to DHL, from GM to Walmart, from Nike to Sysco and plenty more.

Published in Business IT

While the world scrambled to be GDPR-compliant it appears companies are barely striving to do the minimum when it comes to modern slavery laws and disclosure. The legislation might be considered the GDPR of the supply chain but is becoming little more than a box-ticking exercise by big Australian corporates.

Published in The Wired CIO

The existing global shortage of semiconductors is expected to last through this year and into the second quarter of the next, the technology analyst firm Gartner has said, adding that normal levels of supply would resume after that.

Published in Hardware

EVENT INVITE: Ecommerce is evolving more rapidly than ever before. Innovative technologies are revolutionising supply chain networks across Australia, enabling retailers to keep up with rising customer expectations.

Published in Guest Events

EVENT INVITE: Ecommerce is evolving more rapidly than ever before. Innovative technologies are revolutionising supply chain networks across Australia, enabling retailers to keep up with rising customer expectations.

Published in Business IT

Global end-use of public cloud services is expected to boom this year, with technology analyst firm Gartner predicting a 23.1% rise in spending and reach US$332.3 billion (A$428.7 billion) from US$270 billion in 2020.

Published in Cloud

Retail giant Woolworths plans to invest more than $50 million over the next three years to help equip its team with new skills and capabilities for the retail industry of the future.

Published in Strategy

GUEST OPINION: Nine months since the COVID-19 outbreak was formally declared a pandemic, with close to 50 million individuals infected, and the global economy experiencing its worst recession since the Second World War, the impact and associated costs of a healthcare crisis cannot be underestimated.

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Many Australian businesses believe COVID-19 has presented them with an opportunity to innovate, according to new research by Microsoft which found that for the majority of organisation surveyed, the pandemic accelerated digital transformation and the digitisation of customer and supply chain interactions.

Published in Market

On the 10th of November, Zebra Technologies is holding its ANZ Customer Summit, with this year's theme being "Customer experience at the edge", and CTO Tom Bianculli joined us for a wide-ranging discussion on the on-demand economy, supply chain optimisation, new devices, the impact of COVID-19 and more.

Published in Guest Events

On the 10th of November, Zebra Technologies is holding its ANZ Customer Summit, with this year's theme being "Customer experience at the edge", and CTO Tom Bianculli joined us for a wide-ranging discussion on the on-demand economy, supply chain optimisation, new devices, the impact of COVID-19 and more.

Published in Business IT

Chinese telecommunications equipment vendor Huawei Technologies has welcomed the steps outlined by the Federal Government's Industry Advisory Panel on the country's next cyber security strategy, saying the IAP chief Andrew Penn agreed with Huawei's submission that the best approach to cyber security was to secure the supply chain and build an independent testing regime for all vendor equipment.

Published in Security
Wednesday, 17 June 2020 16:45

SAP looks at the big picture

Business software vendor SAP used its Sapphire Now Converge conference to make multiple announcements aimed at bringing some significant changes to business and industry .

Published in Enterprise Solutions

Western Australia’s Curtin University has turned to software provider TechnologyOne to bolster its Software as a Service (SaaS) ERP solution, as it works to respond to the unprecedented impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Published in Deals

The Australian tablet computer market faces headwinds in 2020 amid longer sales cycles and a sluggish economy, according to a new analyst study.

Published in Market

ASX VENDOR ANNOUNCEMENT. By Jonathan Jackson: Cannabis has a place in global economies, but it seems the companies that will survive will be the ones who have a solid product offering that benefits consumers and therefore has a positive impact for investors.

ASX VENDOR ANNOUNCEMENT. Cannabis has a place in global economies, but it seems the companies that will survive will be the ones who have a solid product offering that benefits consumers and therefore has a positive impact for investors.

Published in Listed Tech
Tuesday, 29 October 2019 11:16

In conversation with: Haiyan Song

How does Splunk see the current state of IT security?

Published in Security

The American news agency Bloomberg has promoted one of the two journalists who wrote a story last year claiming that Chinese spies had corrupted the tech supply chain and installed small chips on motherboards which were supplied to the American company, Supermicro Computer. The story has been met with a storm of denial since it was published nearly a year ago, but has not been either corrected or retracted.

Published in Security
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