GUEST OPINION by Steve Singer, ANZ Country Manager, Talend: Amid the confusion and uncertainty that has marked the COVID-19 crisis, many organisations have been hesitant to invest in new IT infrastructure. Preferring to wait until conditions become clearer, they are opting to stick with what they already have in place.
Organisations in Australia are turning their attention to business transformation to improve employee systems as the "post-pandemic" world increases the reliance on technology, according to a new study which reveals that spending and investment on IT is growing despite the current economic headwinds.
We often hear that IT needs to reduce ongoing costs to free up funds for new initiatives. That assumes IT budgets really are fixed, but is that true?
Infrastructure and operations (I&O) leaders have been urged to give a ‘cloud first’ consideration for every project on a application-by-application basis, as a new survey finds that is currently only the case for a minority of CIOs.
Australia’s financial services sector is lagging behind other sectors in online transactions, with the industry urged to lift its game and invest more in IT to maintain competitiveness.
Australia is up there with other Asia Pacific countries in continuing a steady increase in IT investment in the healthcare sector. China is the fastest growing IT spender, with a new market report showing an expected APAC region annual growth rate in IT spending on healthcare of 8%.
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