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According to IDC, IT services represents the largest category for government spending. To cut costs, do more with less and optimise service delivery, utilising managed services has become an attractive option.
As mobility rises a major shift is occurring in the mobile operating system landscape. Microsoft prepares to end support for existing Windows mobile OS devices in 2020. Google Android OS is gaining ground with IDC reporting the OS having 83% of the global market share. The variety of mobile offerings now on the market can be overwhelming.
Few events do more to drain the life out of a team than a regular status meeting. Their recurring nature means people often fail to prepare and simply join in rather than truly show up. These virtual get-togethers are vital, however, to track progress and move projects forward.
IT managers need access and control of multiple computer systems for routine maintenance and repair. The tools for remote server management must enable you to work quickly and securely to access any system regardless of type, brand or location.
With business' under pressure to improve customer experiences without increasing expenditure, digital automation of documents and forms has emerged as a cost-effective way to support sustainable and positive customer relationships.
Despite impressive efforts to conserve energy in data centres, average power consumption at the rack is still on the rise. Deploying high power to IT equipment racks is now critical to keep up with power-hungry devices and maintain data centre efficiency.
The articles in this eBook will give you a comprehensive understanding of the pros and cons of the sorts of collaboration solutions now available — helping you to make the right decisions about what action to take for your organisation.
Gartner forecasts a critical necessity to explore non-traditional IT development — particularly for digital business and customer experience — to meet business needs and accelerate business transformation. Predictions point towards the most successful businesses in 2016 adopting intelligent business processes (rather than relying on the standard processes).
As demands for interconnectivity surge in scope and size, businesses need to recreate strategies to deliver growth, speed, security, scale and engagement. These challenges must also be simultaneously achieved within the next few years for a business to remain competitive.
Edge Computing is pushing the frontier of computing applications, data and services away from centralised points to the logical extremes of a network. This brings bandwidth-intensive content and latency-sensitive applications closer to the user and provides businesses with prime opportunity to leverage a cloud computing architecture.
Security leaders are beginning to realise the far-reaching implications of network encryption — it truly impacts the efficiency of your entire security infrastructure. Encrypted traffic management (ETM) is now critical to balance modern security demands with privacy, policy and performance needs.
Low-code platforms are a key strategy of rapid software delivery to win, serve and retain customers. These platforms are adopted by starting off small and then growing — but can these architectures scale in the way companies need them to?
This recent survey of 1000 global IT decision-makers reveals that businesses worldwide are taking action to become interconnected. 40% of interconnected Australian companies have realised more than $10 million in revenue and cost savings.
Australian government departments individually invest in securing data, access and identity. Lessons can be learned, however, from governments like Belgium and Singapore that have adopted a broader architecture to find a faster path to a digitally savvy government of the future.
The Australian public sector faces a combination of severe budget constraints, growing demand, innovation in technology and the mainstream adoption of digital communication channels. Government requires technology that can collate citizens’ experiences across all levels of government and channels of interaction to shift from transactional functions to citizen-centric lifecycle management.