GUEST INTERVIEW: Appian is the low-code company that lets you create apps visually via flowchart, 10 to 20 times faster than traditional ways, in what is a sophisticated reimagining of the coding process that lets apps, software and ideas flow into life at the speed of thought, and be easily updated and changed. It's also an excellent example of hyperautomation, which is the subject of CEO Matt Calkins' new book.
The advent of new technologies is rapidly disrupting the value chain of all sectors, and companies are increasingly forming partnerships with start-ups to better serve their customers, according to one global research and analyst firm.
Australia's 29th Prime Minister, Malcolm Turnbull, will speak on "innovation and opportunity in an environment of rising authoritarian populism, anti-global and protectionist agendas", after which he'll have a one-on-one with Freelancer CEO and founder, Matt Barrie.
Think of a cross between X factor and Startups Got Talent and you've arrived at StartCon's Pitch for US$1 million competition, one of the world's largest, with entries open to more countries and startups than ever before.
The head of Australia’s competition regulatory authority, Rod Sims, says disruption and dislocation in media markets - and a regulatory imbalance between traditional media and digital platforms - should concern all Australians.
Disruption and competitive threats face every business, so what's some advice on how to handle this reality in 2019 so your business is the one doing the disruption, rather than being disrupted?
DerbyCon, a popular infosec conference held in Louisville, Kentucky, since 2011 has decided to shut down after this year's event, blaming "a small, yet vocal group of people creating negativity, polarisation, and disruption, with the primary intent of self-promotion to advance a career, for personal gain, or for more social media followers" for the decision.
Dyson's competitors will by bring into their curlers and hair straighteners, with Dyson revolutionising the industry with its hair-raising, game changing Airwrap styler – a styling tool engineered to create curls, waves and smooth blow dries without extreme heat.
The second coming of artificial intelligence is upon us. AI was a big thing in the 1990s but theory beat out practice, and there was no long-term value. Today’s tech means AI can change our world - but your business must first learn just what AI is, according to Globant’s new book, Embracing the Power of AI.
Insights for better experiences, intelligent automation for DevOps and “Shift-Left” for native security are the innovations enterprises need for their Modern Software Factories.
A New Zealand-based taxi fleet owner had the brainwave to do what Aussie taxi services have failed to see: self-disruption to add a delivery service, now with massive growth and a new franchise business.
Australia’s newest ridesharing platform launches in Sydney with "free rides for customers and increased earnings potential for driver-partners".
Everyone wants to disrupt digital payments, with Facebook-owned WhatsApp's recent launch of its beta peer-to-peer digital payments service in India no exception, according to tech analysts GlobalData.
With 20 new offerings and significant enhancements in its product portfolio, CA is confident it has the tools your business needs to tackle agility, intelligent automation, data driven insights, security and more to avoid disruption.
Oracle’s chief executive Mark Hurd has outlined his argument why companies must turn to the cloud to survive in today’s challenging environments at Oracle Open World in San Francisco.
A fridge that can order food, a smart home that can monitor and help look after the aged, right up to the factory of the future where IoT (Internet of Things) devices run the place!
Uber has launched UberEATS Sydney "in collaboration with over 100 of Sydney’s best local restaurants" letting you choose from hundreds of dishes and have them delivered.
With spending on personal technologies already massive yet still expected to grow to $2.7 trillion per year by 2019, five personal technologies are set to make a major business impact.
Selected as a finalist for the ‘most disruptive technology’ category, ‘Sharing Economy’ telco Norwood has announced some major updates to its World Phone, Corona and other platforms.
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!
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