Using unlicensed software can be a bigger headache than most businesses realise, as what starts out as a short-term financial shortcut can end up as a costly legal problem.
La Trobe University has signed a SaaS partnership contract with TechnologyOne for a student management system.
IBM's new Watson Centre in Singapore will aim to accelerate the development and adoption of cognitive computing technologies in the APAC region.
By having an effective software asset management solution in place, businesses can take full control of their software inventory and mitigate risk.
Platforms that unify every customer touchpoint are essential for delivering exceptional customer experience in the digital transformation age.
Enterprise mobility solutions are transforming life for members of the workforce, and for their customers and clients.
The old-school enterprise resource planning approach has run its course — it's time to adopt a hybrid application landscape.
Enterprises are wasting as much as 25% of their software spend through out-of-date, non-compliant or underutilised resources.
Some simple design principles can make the most of the next generation of IT management tools, leading to maximised productivity, efficiency and quality.
Windows 7 users complain of unwanted auto-upgrades to Windows 10, and Google ups its bounty for Chrome bugs while also previewing its new mobile OS.
Specialist beverage marketer SouthTrade International has boosted sales and vastly improved marketing and reporting efficiencies using a custom-built app.
Nuance Communications has announced that Dragon Professional Group, enterprise-ready speech recognition software for professionals across multiple industries, is now available in Australia.
While the complexity and diversity of application services is fast evolving, their success will rely heavily on ensuring consistent, smooth and secure operations.
Flexera Software estimates that up to a third of enterprise software budgets are being wasted on rarely (if ever) used software as well as penalties from exceeding licensing agreements.
A build-and-buy software strategy can support an organisation's unique competitive advantages, ensuring it can continue to improve its offerings and meet changes that occur in the wider market.