GUEST OPINION by Leon Adato, Head Geek, SolarWinds: Although they can be seen as one of the most change-adverse industries known to man, the banking, financial services, and insurance (BFSI) sector has adapted surprisingly well to the pandemic. As things worsened last year, some of the larger banks took decisive measures to provide devices and remote work arrangements, to safeguard employees and retain operational capability.
They say a change is as good as a holiday, but despite being a universal constant (and making your pockets very heavy), the last decade saw the most rapid change in our history - with the COVID-19 tinged decade we're currently in set to see change changing at the fastest pace yet.
Australian businesses expecting the hassles of the COVID-19 pandemic to vanish in 2021 are in for a rude shock, according to business analyst firm IBRS, which as also released a new report on the future of the IT space.
GUEST OPINION: There is no typical day or start to a new role for a Chief Technology Officer when dealing with the goals and technological needs of a business. Primarily, CTOs are hired to decrease ongoing spending, analyse market trends and forecast profits; they help the business attain and retain a competitive edge, and stay technologically sustainable.
The definitions of 'winners' and 'losers' have been impacted by the year from hell. Who do people think will come out on top; who will sink into the mire?
Where is the forefront of technology in the construction industry?
Australian financial firms are struggling to keep up with the pace of regulatory change, with 69% of local risk managers concerned that complex, interconnected new risks are emerging more rapidly than their own skills are advancing.
New research shows that not only are Aussie businesses early adopters of new tech, but that IoT adoption is reaching mainstream while “cognitive computing intentions are high".
"Disruption is a force for progress... it creates opportunity," CA Technologies CEO Mike Gregoire (pictured) told the keynote audience at CA World 15 today.
After promising unlimited storage to Office 365 customers which ‘a small number of users’ have abused, Microsoft is punishing every OneDrive customer with harsh restrictions.
A major new report from Optus finds that three quarters of Australian businesses are not well equipped to handle change.
From July 26, Chuck Robbins will be Cisco’s new CEO as John Chambers steps down from 20 years of CEO leadership to become Cisco’s Executive Chairman.
Melbourne-based base2services Chief Technology Officer Aaron Walker differs with what he says is the traditional industry view that the job of a DevOps team is merely to add new features and to keep an organisation’s systems stable and fast.
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