There are four cognitive biases highly relevant to future decisions: confirmation bias, status-quo bias, projection bias and the current-moment bias. Learning about our own cognitive biases can help make better long-term decisions.
The MAC Services Group has replaced its helpdesk software, helping boost the quality and speed of the company's user support.
Ernst & Young Australia has named SEEK co-founder Andrew Bassat its Australian Entrepreneur of the Year, while Leadbolt.com founder Dale Carr has won in the technology category.
While a perfectly executed big data project can indeed reveal useful or surprising insights, there are some large stumbling blocks that can hamper the progress of big data projects.
A leaked draft of the TPP trade treaty's chapter on copyright and IP has left pundits concerned about the potential impact on Australian ISPs and consumers.
David Arkles will take over from Neale Joseph as Motorola Solutions' general manager for enterprise solutions in Australia and NZ.
Microsoft is abandoning the major elements of its infamous 'stack ranking' system of employee evaluation, a system that critics claim stifled innovation at the company.
Will big data - the collecting of vast amounts of data about nearly everything - finally help us predict the future? Humanity's cognitive biases may prevent big data from making accurate predictions, Elizabeth Rudd writes.
UXC Connect, the ICT infrastructure and services division of UXC, has secured a $20m deal to provide a range of services to government organisation Melbourne Water.
Business leaders may be starting to give the IT function more credit as a font of innovation, and CIOs are being given more input at the executive level, a survey suggests.
The tech world has seen two high-profile CEOs fall in the last few days, with Acer's CEO resigning and BlackBerry's CEO being shown the door.
A National Library of Australia exhibition uses modern technology to provide insight into rare and valuable old maps, as well as the origin of the geospatial industry.
The government has launched a review into the personally controlled electronic health record (PCEHR) project, claiming poor take-up rates to date among Australian clinicians.
NT government department DCIS has contracted IBM to provide a new mainframe system, as part of its regular four-year IT refresh.
With an increasing number of devices being used across the enterprise and the eagerness with which many individuals, departments and branches tend to pursue their own software purchasing plans, is it any wonder that few organisations are able to easily identify their true software licensing costs?