The earthquake and subsequent tsunami that hit Japan in recent weeks will cause disruptions to the Australian and New Zealand ICT markets and supply chains, according to IDC.
Economic development across the Asia-Pacific region is causing unprecedented demand on a key, shared resource - Internet Protocol addresses.
From disruptive to productive: Unisys Predicts 2011 to be a year of practical application of cutting-edge technologies. With cost-consciousness the ‘new normal’, organisations will tap the cloud, consumerisation of IT, social and smart computing, appliances, and cybersecurity to make their mission-critical systems more productive, secure and efficient.
It's going to be a good year for telecommunication in 2011 with the NBN marching towards fruition predicts IDC.
The Experts Conference survey predicts cloud computing, virtualisation and identity federation will be key issues for 2011.
Frost & Sullivan reports the video communications market reaches $52.6 million as government and professional services firms step up deployments.
Increasing demand for cloud-based services is driving a boom in the wholesale telecoms market, according to Ovum.
China’s outsourcing market may well soon be as strong as current leader India’s and could eventually overtake it, according to Ovum, but neither country can rest on its laurels.
Broadband has taken a significant step forward as the number of subscriber lines passed the 500 million mark in July 2010.
Businesses are not thinking strategically in the digital world. Despite Australian businesses continuing to take up new applications like social media marketing, very few have developed a digital business strategy to make the most of opportunities, according to findings from the Sensis e-business Report.
The e-health records project has been given a boost in the federal government Budget to the tune of $466.7 million over two years but what will this achieve and is it a sensible use of funds?
The tech sector triumphs with Google, Microsoft, Apple and IBM scoring top marks in world's most valuable brands.
$37.5 billion of long-running IT contracts are set to expire in the next six months, providing opportunities for savvy IT providers.
The global life science industry is forecast to spend nearly $17 billion on commercial IT solutions this year (2010) as it seeks to address issues blighting the sector, according to independent technology analyst Ovum. This presents a massive opportunity for IT providers to move into a sector far behind other industries in the adoption of commercial IT solutions.
The Federal Government first announced its plans for an all-encompassing national e-health network midway through the naughties. Fast-forward to 2010 and Australia is still waiting. Andrew Collins takes a look at the e-health roadblocks and the consequences of a long development time.