IT Management > Business intelligence

Service management solution saves time and money

24 August, 2015

New Zealand's University of Canterbury implemented Axios System's assyst Incident Management and Asset and Configuration Management to provide full visibility across its business, as well as the ability to control and manage all assets and services.


Futureproof your enterprise... or pay the price

03 August, 2015 by John McCloskey, General Manager of Enterprise Business, Dell Australia/New Zealand

There are three golden rules to ensuring your business won't be left behind by fast-moving developments in IT and new business models.


Smarter IT in Australian healthcare

27 July, 2015 by Natasha Gulati, Industry Manager, Frost & Sullivan Asia-Pacific Healthcare Practice

The Australian healthcare sector needs more IT investment if it is to meet the expectations of healthcare workers and the public. The solutions must be scalable, measures-oriented, accountable and transformable, as well as provide real-time data access.


Agile systems needed to ride the wave of disruption

08 July, 2015 by Rob Stummer, Managing Director, IFS Australia & New Zealand

No industry is immune from the Uber effect. In order to benefit from disruption and not fall victim to it, you must know your business; be agile and respond quickly; and employ low-drag systems that don't hold you back.


Geek Weekly: Our top weird tech stories for 2 July 2015

02 July, 2015

This week: Apple in the naughty corner, rocket says 'No', Alan Turing's real thoughts about AI, leap seconds, and lasers you can touch.


ESET antivirus compromised; Telstra kills off dial-up; Blocking laws pass Senate

30 June, 2015 by Andrew Collins

ESET patches "trivially compromised" security vulnerability, the end of the road for Telstra's dial-up, and Senate result will see offshore piracy-related websites blocked in Australia.


Geek Weekly: Our top weird tech stories for 25 June 2015

25 June, 2015

This week: 'Send Undo' goes mainstream, hacks and failures delay flights, and a cool robot hand.


LastPass hacked; Exetel dumps users; 600m Samsung phones at risk

23 June, 2015 by Andrew Collins

Password manager LastPass hacked, ISP Exetel reportedly jettisons 400 "heavy" users, and Samsung smartphone security flaw revealed.


Geek Weekly: Our top weird tech stories for 18 June 2015

18 June, 2015

This week: "You failed utterly and totally", Macquarie to hand back $5.5m, Grand duplication auto, power outages blamed on birds, and robots falling over.


Kaspersky Lab hacked; TPG's iiNet could raise prices; Adobe breached Privacy Act

16 June, 2015 by Andrew Collins

Kaspersky reveals it suffered a cyber-intrusion, ACCC says TPG’s proposed acquisition of iiNet may raise prices and degrade customer service and Adobe breached the Privacy Act by inadequately protecting customer data.


Curtin University to open computation institute

15 June, 2015 by Dylan Bushell-Embling

Curtin University's Institute for Computation will be designed to improve computation and analytics capabilities for its researchers, as well as for Western Australia as a whole.


Geek Weekly: Our top weird tech stories for 11 June 2015

11 June, 2015

This week: Lost classic game to be released, cool laser videos, PC failure creates a stink, KiwiRail's ticket time machine, Apple Music under investigation and on the trail of Chinese hackers.


Hack extortion attack targets child; TPG's new FTTB retail arm; NewSat CEO, CFO ousted

09 June, 2015 by Andrew Collins

Hackers targeted the family of a senior employee at a Brisbane-based company, TPG forms Wondercom to sell wholesale FTTB and Newsat's CEO and CFO sacked after company goes into administration.


Android exploit injects pop-ups, ruins apps; $677m settlement in price-fixing case; Intel buys Altera for $21bn

04 June, 2015 by Andew Collins

A new Android exploit injects pop-ups and crashes apps, vendors to pay $677 million in a price-fixing case and Intel buys Altera for $21 billion.


DTO explores whole-of-govt service analytics

04 June, 2015 by Dylan Bushell-Embling

The federal DTO is seeking to improve the experience of interacting with government through analytics, while the ACT Govt is upgrading its IT platform and NSW has outsourced its shared services functions.


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