The Royal Australian Navy's HMAS Choules has become the first ship in the fleet to be upgraded to Windows 10.
While 91% of IT organisations have adopted Windows 10 to at least some extent, only 10% are in full production, with the majority still in the early stages of the migration.
While 66% of employees spend at least 20% of their time outside the office, fewer than half feel fully empowered to work collaboratively, according to Microsoft.
With chatbots growing in prominence, it's important to get the basics right as the 'battle of the bots' heats up.
The first Windows 10 Branch for Business, released in July 2015, will no longer receive updates of any kind after the 26th of March.
Instead of blindly accepting vendor-dictated 'mandatory evolution', companies can choose a new path that frees up funds and expertise and focuses on overall value.
Relocation to new premises prompted KPMG to rethink the technology it uses to communicate with clients, resulting in a streamlined digital flow of information.
Atlassian has reached a US$425m deal to add web-based project management platform Trello to its growing portfolio of team collaboration software.
In today's digital era, enterprises need to move away from traditional processes and governance towards an iPaaS solution.
By 2020 more than 100m transactions will be authorised by e-signatures annually in Australia, representing one in every 10 global eSignature transactions, according to Adobe.
Suboptimally configured failsafe mechanisms at nine wind farms were the cause of last month's South Australian blackout, not the intermittent nature of wind energy, an AEMO investigation states.
The emergence of a new technology paradigm Gartner calls “civilisation infrastructure” will help lift global IT spending out of the doldrums next year, stimulating a projected 2.9% growth, the company said.
Government-focused contract lifecycle management software provider Open Windows has won software supply tenders with both mainland territories.
Amid mounting tensions between Russia and the US, the government's Lower House is mounting a Bill that would require the use of open source software over proprietary Oracle, Microsoft and IBM platforms.
Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba Group has agreed to work with global standards body GS1 and GS1 China to standardise product information on its platforms.