IT Management

Are health, safety and wellness important to you and your team?

07 August, 2017 by

If the answer is yes, you should attend the SAFETYconnect event at Rosehill Gardens in Sydney this month.

Data doesn't always translate to good decisions

04 August, 2017 by Paul Harapin* | Supplied by: Domo Inc

Businesses can make more efficient and better proactive decisions by involving more people outside the C-suite.

Beserk and Kogan take out online shopping award

31 July, 2017 by

The StarTrack Online Retail Industry Awards (ORIAs) have revealed the favourite online shopping destinations for Australians.

USyd enters R&D partnerships with Thales, MS

31 July, 2017 by Dylan Bushell-Embling

The University of Sydney has entered a research partnership with Thales Australia focused on digital technologies for Thales's target industry verticals, as well as an alliance with Microsoft based on quantum computing research.

NZ's ICT sector worth $3.4bn to GDP

31 July, 2017 by Dylan Bushell-Embling

New Zealand's growing ICT sector is a strong contributor to the nation's GDP, employment and export revenue, according to a recently published ministerial report.

Credit card security key concern for consumers

27 July, 2017 by

The majority of Australians believe that the risk of credit card theft is increasing, according to a new survey commissioned by Transaction Network Services (TNS).

Availability experts to gather in Sydney, Auckland

26 July, 2017 by Jonathan Nally

Veeam is bringing its flagship VeeamON Forum event to Australia and New Zealand in August, featuring Peter McKay as the lead speaker.

Trump is a 'neurotic creative destructor'

26 July, 2017 by Dylan Bushell-Embling

A computerised analysis of the tweets of 106 well-known entrepreneurs and CEOs — including Donald Trump — has found that the US president is an emotionally unstable 'creative destructor'.

Alphabet profit slumps 27.7% on EC fine

25 July, 2017 by Dylan Bushell-Embling

Google's parent company, Alphabet, saw its net profit for the second quarter shrink 27.7%, as a result of the record antitrust fine levelled on the company by the EC in June.

UK to investigate impact of AI

25 July, 2017 by Dylan Bushell-Embling

The UK's House of Lords has convened a committee to evaluate the potential economic and social impact of future advances in the field of artificial intelligence.

Microsoft doubles Q2 profit on strong cloud growth

24 July, 2017 by Dylan Bushell-Embling

Microsoft's focus on cloud services and subscriptions helped the company more than double its net income for the June quarter.

EXCLUSIVE: Breaking down cybersecurity career barriers

21 July, 2017 by Amanda Turner, Australian Women in Security Network

If there is a cybersecurity skills shortage in Australia, is it because skilled professionals are not given the chance to shine?

1 in 4 Australians ready for AI and IoT in commerce

20 July, 2017 by Dylan Bushell-Embling

More than a quarter of Australians are ready for internet-connected virtual assistants or smart appliances to make purchases on their behalf, up from just 12% less than a year ago, according to Visa.

ACOMM awards recognise best in industry

20 July, 2017 by

Winners have now been announced for the 2017 Communications Alliance Awards (ACOMM).

EXCLUSIVE: Broad collaboration the key to cybersecurity success

20 July, 2017 by Niall Blair, NSW Minister for Trade and Industry

Australia faces a 17% shortfall in cybersecurity skills by 2020, a situation the NSW government is determined to help resolve.

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