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Consumerisation of IT
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Telstra is launching a cloud management platform to give businesses an overview of their private and public cloud services.
Perth-based cyber safety outfit, Family Zone, is looking to raise $5.5 million as it moves towards a listing on the ASX in August.
Chinese e-commerce giant, Alibaba Group, has teamed up with automotive manufacturer, SAIC Motor Corp, to launch the first mass-produced internet car.
IBM’s global CIO, Jeff Smith, has been practising and succeeding with Agile methodologies for years – you could say that Telstra’s former IT chief is about as agile as one can get.
Facebook is searching for a new CIO following the announcement Timothy Campos would be leaving the role after nearly six years.
IT leaders must prepare for 'wear-your-own-device' as wearables-driven consumerisation starts to take hold.
Why CIOs must watch and learn from China
Smartphones are enabling a new wave of commercial augmented reality (AR) that better allows consumers to inspect a listed property without having to leave their homes.
Campari Australia has rolled out 60 Microsoft Surface Pro 3 i5 tablets in a move that the beverage supplier says has revolutionised its sales cycle.
It's actually not that weird. Rather than using your fingerprint, this technology merely recognizes you by your vein structure.
Facebook is set to roll out a new way for users to interact, beyond comments and the simple 'Like' button. However, its new 'Reactions' emojis aren't the "Dislike" option many users want, and they attempt to solve a problem that may not have a solution.
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