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  • Are startups and enterprises better together?

    Australian startups are receiving increased attention from corporate enterprises, according to entrepreneurs at the York Butter Factory co-working space in Melbourne.

  • Fire & Rescue NSW unveils new mobililty strategy

    Fire & Rescue NSW (FRNSW) sees a future where its 7,500 staff can access technology services anywhere from any unmanaged, web-connected device, as the organisation re-engineers its back-end systems to support a mobility strategy.

  • Using shadow IT to your advantage

    CIOs have two options: ignore it, maintain centralised control. Or, become an enabler to the business

  • CIOs not obsessed about customers

    More than 70 per cent of tech budget decision makers across Asia-Pacific say improving customer satisfaction is a big priority this year but less than half are taking action to provide better outcomes for their organisation’s clients.

  • What the Internet of Things will mean to you

    Still unsure about what the Internet of Things (IoT) actually is? Well, it’s going to be big. IDC says there will be 9.2 billion connected or IoT devices shipped worldwide this year, rising to 27 billion by 2020.

  • No room for buggy apps in the corporate world

    Earlier this year, Apple announced its App Store had reached 40 billion downloads, and more than $10 billion was spent on iOS apps in 2013. Three billion apps were downloaded in December alone.

  • Will your business be a digital predator or prey?

    Organisations that don’t make the transition to digital in the next 10 years will either be acquired by firms that have, or go out of business as new technologies transform the way companies interact with their customers.

  • Twitter, cloud help gauge the mood of a nation

    People living in North America are the saddest and angriest of all nations while Australians are the most joyful but fearful.

  • Google Glass users to eye travel plans

    Google Glass users can now access and manage flight details and other travel plans using the smart eyewear.

  • We’re in a digital leadership vacuum

    Only 1.8 per cent of Australian organisations have appointed a chief digital officer – compared to a 6.6 per cent global average – and we have created a ‘vacuum’ when it comes to digital leadership.