Telsyte’s latest research into the Australian mobile market finds that while mobile broadband and smartphones have been a big boon to Australia’s mobile operators searching for growth, the decoupling of cost and revenue is forcing them to look for ways to ensure their profitability does not suffer as they continue to drive growth with non-voice services.
Australia’s national level e-health strategy is making slow progress.
Avaya survey indicates economic rebound will drive information and communications technology (ICT) in Asia-Pacific demand.
2010 should be an optimistic year, sprinkled with a healthy dose of cautiousness. Ovum's 'ANZ Market Trends 2009: IT services forecast' indicates the Australia and New Zealand (ANZ) market will show growth of above 4.5% in 2010.
Cloud computing, virtualisation, unified communications and smarter ways of conserving energy in data centres were the main issues for our crystal ball gazers for 2009. Security, as usual, is still a focus and it seems it always will be with the cyber criminals always being one step ahead of the security industry. These issues will still be important for 2010 according to our pundits but we can add the National Broadband Network, the continuing explosion of data and what that means to storage, mobile broadband, 4G, desktop virtualisation and machine-to-machine technology.
Telsyte has released its annual top 10 predictions, outlining the 10 major developments that will shape the Telcoms industry in 2010.
Things are looking up globally for ICT service revenues. Revenues have not reached the heights before the GFC struck but they are definitely improving.
Data#3's survey of CIOs and IT managers reveals three top issues on the impact of Windows 7.
Futurist Ross Dawson accurately described the networked world of today, anticipating social networks, twitter, corporate blogging, crowdsourcing, personalised advertising and virtual personal assistants. Dawson has now predicted what the technology world will deliver in 2016.
Governments need to have cloud computing on their radar when formulating ICT policy.
Customers and telcos align their needs for converged services from one provider.
Australians believe the global economic crisis will make them more at risk of identity theft.