Displaying items by tag: disruption

Tuesday, 03 October 2017 06:32

The cloud is not if, but when, says Oracle CEO

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.

Published in Cloud

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!

Published in Internet of Things

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.

Published in Apps

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.

Published in Enterprise Solutions

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.

Published in Telecoms & NBN

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!

Published in Business Intelligence

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!

Published in Business Intelligence

With market disruption challenging established wisdom, world decision making expert Gary Klein will offer a DISRUPT.SYDNEY masterclass in Australia on 25th May

Published in Business Intelligence

I had wondered why Telstra CEO Andrew Penn hadn’t personally apologised to his customers, but minutes ago, he did just that.

Published in Telecoms & NBN

Promising to ‘constantly improve’ its safety features for ‘riders and driver-partners’, Uber is now anonymising phone numbers.

Published in Apps

Long-term rental startup, nestpick, has hired a former Airbnb customer experience specialist and secured $2m in funding to 'significantly improve customer service.'

Published in Home Tech
Thursday, 19 November 2015 08:48

Ride the waves of change, says CA CEO

"Disruption is a force for progress... it creates opportunity," CA Technologies CEO Mike Gregoire (pictured) told the keynote audience at CA World 15 today.

Friday, 13 November 2015 14:32

VIDEOS: GoCatch rebrands to own your journey

Armed with a new GoCatch logo and a new tagline, the taxi bookings disruptor has disrupted its own identity in a bid to own its journey.

Published in Home Tech

If you’re seeking new staff for your company, you can do things the old fashioned way and hope for the best, or you can use technology to find the best match.

Published in Recruitment

With plenty of debate over the disruptive forces of Uber, Airbnb, Apple Music and others, a Sydney-based tech innovation conference will look at ‘disruption for good’.

Published in Home Tech

Norwood Systems has unveiled World Phone, a consumer-focused communications app for international travellers that harnesses the “sharing economy” to provide global access to high-quality low-cost telecommunications.

Published in Telecoms & NBN

iTWire interviews Karoli Hindriks, Founder and CEO of the world’s most interesting global tech job site, where you can blend a job, a sabbatical and work in a whole new 'where'.

Published in Recruitment

‘nestpick’ is to rental real estate agents as Uber is to transport and Airbnb is to hotels: a disruptor that has just launched in Australia.

Published in Home Tech

Lenovo is holding its first ‘Tech World’ conference on 28 May 2015 in Beijing, China, with Microsoft, Intel and Baidu CEOs to participate - Ashton Kutcher too?

Published in Home Tech
Wednesday, 08 April 2015 16:26

Ingogo reveals Australian app usage disruption

Australian taxi app and mobile payments provider Ingogo has revealed the biggest industries where Australians are using apps to replace traditional services.

Published in Apps
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