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GUEST OPINION by Brad Newton, ANZ Managing Director at Cohesity:  Insurance by definition is ‘a financial agreement whereby premiums are paid in exchange for a guarantee that costs will be met if a predetermined event occurs. Given the Australian Cyber Security Centre receives over 67,500 cybercrime reports each a year, and a ransomware attack happens globally every 11 seconds, it’s little wonder the global cyber insurance market is valued at more than $8 billion annually, with a compounding annual growth rate of 23.76% through 20271.

Published in Guest Opinion

GUEST INTERVIEW: We live in a golden era of data, with abundant cloud storage in ever more sophisticated data centres, giving us greater insights than ever before, but how can businesses best manage unstructured data, decide what should and shouldn't be in the cloud, and minimise growing cloud costs? Aparavi's Gary Lyng joins us on iTWireTV to explain it all.

Published in Guest Interviews

GUEST INTERVIEW: We live in a golden era of data, with abundant cloud storage in ever more sophisticated data centres, giving us greater insights than ever before, but how can businesses best manage unstructured data, decide what should and shouldn't be in the cloud, and minimise growing cloud costs? Aparavi's Gary Lyng joins us on iTWireTV to explain it all.

Published in Cloud

Emerging technologies bring the potential globally for increased efficiencies, cost savings and improved security for enterprises, but businesses in Australia and New Zealand (ANZ) are being hampered when it comes to implementing emerging technology, according to a new global report.

Published in Enterprise Solutions

GUEST OPINION by Chris Ellis, APAC Technical Evangelist, Nintex: As increasing numbers of organisations tackle the challenge of digital transformation, many are coming to understand the important part played by robotic process automation (RPA) software.

Published in Guest Opinion

An Australian-founded claimed “disruptive” alternative to video conferencing, The Virtual Conference Network, has been launched to provide risk mitigation, improved flexibility, new post-event revenue streams - and “optimal cost-effectiveness” to conference organisers, business leaders and peak bodies.

Published in Strategy
Thursday, 21 May 2020 10:43

Nutanix overhauls Adelaide Oval IT systems

Enterprise cloud computing vendor Nutanix has overhauled Adelaide Oval’s IT systems in a move aimed at helping to improve business operations and lower costs while reducing the organisation’s carbon footprint.

Published in Deals
Monday, 20 January 2020 17:52

Hybrid IT will take centre stage in 2020

By Stephen Sims, CEO, Brennan IT

SPONSORED NEWS. With more options for the technology stack than ever before, each allegedly offering bigger and bolder returns, efficiencies, and optimisations; it stands to reason that Australian organisations would be sitting pretty on their digital transformation journeys.

Monday, 20 January 2020 17:36

Hybrid IT will take centre stage in 2020

By Stephen Sims, CEO, Brennan IT

SPONSORED NEWS. With more options for the technology stack than ever before, each allegedly offering bigger and bolder returns, efficiencies, and optimisations; it stands to reason that Australian organisations would be sitting pretty on their digital transformation journeys.

Published in Strategy

Broadband retail service provider Aussie Broadband says it is udertaking a “shakeup” of its broadband plans in a move which will sigificantly reduce the cost of some plans to its customer.

Published in Telecoms & NBN
Wednesday, 26 June 2019 11:32

Aruba deploys SD-WAN for City of Whittlesea

Network solutions provider Aruba has deployed its SD-WAN solution across 15 branch offices of Victorian local government body, the City of Whittlesea.

Published in Networking
Tuesday, 05 March 2019 15:06

5 key benefits of video conferencing

Video conferencing has changed the way we communicate in business, improving efficiencies, productivity, reducing costs and improving engagement. By using the best video conferencing hardware and the latest software solutions, organisations across Australia are now better connected, not only to each other and to their partners, but to their markets - both domestically and globally.

Australia may be the cheapest place for broadband in the Oceania region but it ranks a lowly 84 globally. The cheapest broadband packages in 195 countries surveyed by the UK's Cable.co.uk site was in Ukraine and cost US$5 per month. The most expensive was in Mauritania, cost US$768.16 – and was slow, at just 0.7Mbps.

Published in Telecoms & NBN

The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission has issued a draft determination that the operator of the National Broadband Network, NBN Co, have not exceeded price caps placed on what it charges for services under the Special Access Undertaking (SAU).

Published in Telecoms & NBN

New research looks at the cost and demand for lithium-ion batteries over the next 10 years to predict the intricacies of what should be a booming market.

Published in Energy

Justice Nye Perram of the Federal Court has issued his latest decision on the case, which talks costs and that infamous letter now coming very soon.

Published in Entertainment

The cloud services director of a leading Melbourne-based IT services company says there’s a growing interest in considering the use of the cloud by business and industry, but issues of cost are not so much the focus now as the key driver for decision-makers. Neither is security the issue it once was.

Published in Strategy

Australian businesses are increasingly using big data applications and services, with the latest forecast predicting a threefold increase in usage over the next four years.

Published in Data
Monday, 19 August 2013 05:00

OECD finds Australia cheapest for smartphones

Would you believe Australia is the cheapest country in the developed world in which to own and use a smartphone? It’s true, and the OECD has the numbers to prove it.

Published in Mobility
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Informatica Corporation (NASDAQ: INFA), the world's number one independent provider of data integration software, shares seven ways to reduce IT costs with master data management (MDM).

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