A survey has revealed that CFOs will still spend on IT systems to reduce costs and increase efficiencies.
Datacom remains an exception to the general rule when it comes to green IT.
Data#3's survey of CIOs and IT managers reveals three top issues on the impact of Windows 7.
University of Technology, Sydney (UTS) is delivering information faster to students by using an IBM business intelligence system, Cognos 8.3, as its new student management reporting tool.
TressCox Lawyers’ disbursements were costing more than they were worth so something had to change. TressCox Lawyers is a successful, specialised law firm focused on providing professional legal services to the public and private sectors. It has offices in Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane.
The Polaris data centre facility will host the entire Moneydirect suite of applications for all international markets on behalf of NEC Australia.
Futurist Ross Dawson accurately described the networked world of today, anticipating social networks, twitter, corporate blogging, crowdsourcing, personalised advertising and virtual personal assistants. Dawson has now predicted what the technology world will deliver in 2016.
Dimension Data has demonstrated cost savings, innovation and long-term commitment to managing the South Australian government’s network.
IT managers lose out in decision making for new projects in current economic climate.
Global IBM CIO Study - ‘The New Voice of the CIO’ - reveals A/NZ CIOs enjoy a closer relationship with the CEO than their global counterparts.
In search of a simple yet effective software system to improve effective capturing of emissions data, and driven by the added responsibility of reporting emissions under legislative requirements recently imposed under the National Greenhouse and Energy Reporting Regulations 2008, national contractor Abigroup has implemented Ndevr’s Greenhouse Emissions Reporting Solution.
Datapod and APC by Schneider Electric have launched the Datapod - a containerised data centre system range that is locally designed, developed and manufactured.
Data#3 powered the technology behind the 2009 World Transplant Games (the first global sporting event to use technology running Microsoft's new Windows 7).
An Australian IT and software development firm, Kiandra System Solutions, has developed a Microsoft Windows-based custom software solution for its customer, eNoteFile Services.
Governments need to have cloud computing on their radar when formulating ICT policy.