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Microsoft Teams wants to take down the Slack

Microsoft stepped into the enterprise collaboration market today with the full release of its Office 365, chat-based workspace Microsoft Teams.

Written by George Nott15 March 17 03:30

Hungry Jack's whopper of a transformation

​Hungry Jacks is kicking of a major cloud first strategy in coming weeks by replacing a number of its decade old, internally developed business applications.

Written by George Nott19 Oct. 16 06:00

Don't get coy after gov's data snafu, say startups

​Champions of open data within government have turned “coy” following the Department of Health’s data privacy snafu last month, says the CEO of healthcare data analytics firm, Lorica Health.

Written by George Nott11 Oct. 16 13:54

Splunk's ambition to weave machine data fabric through your entire business

When Splunk CTO Snehal Antani walked on stage to deliver closing keynote at the seventh annual Splunk user conference in Orlando last week he carried with him a new addition to the company's line of funny slogan t-shirts. It bore a pun to sum up the company's new outlook: "Don't be a tool".

Written by George Nott04 Oct. 16 08:35

Servo chain keeps its cool with IoT solution

Peregrine Corporation is piloting an Internet of Things solution and it’s already having an impact. If successful it could be rolled out to 260 sites across the state.

Written by George Nott12 Sept. 16 15:44

Can Australia sow AgTech advantage?

​Australia can become the food bowl of Asia’s middle classes, but only if it can establish itself as a leader in Agricultural Technology (AgTech), says a report from StartupAUS.

Written by George Nott07 Sept. 16 11:20

Curtin Uni IT team pulls itself together

Last year, Western Australia's largest university identified a shadow IT problem caused by a lack of trust between the IT department and business units. Richard Addiscott director of IT planning, governance and security explains how he filled the 'trust chasm'.

Written by George Nott05 Sept. 16 14:23

Angry Birds broadly banned by Aussie IT bods

Angry Birds and Clash of Clans are among the apps most often banned by Australian businesses, according to data from enterprise mobility management firm, MobileIron.

Written by George Nott30 Aug. 16 12:56

Q&A: CTO Geoff Purcell on the changing tide at Melbourne Water

​When Geoff Purcell joined Melbourne Water in January last year, he arrived to a fragmented IT team, ageing asset management and business process systems, and endless disparate databases. But there was also a multi-million dollar, cross-business digital strategy that hoped to bring the government owned statutory authority up to date.

Written by George Nott18 Aug. 16 09:15
  • ​CIO Executive Council member profile: Emmanuel Steve Dulvin

    HCL Australia’s service delivery director, Emmanuel Steve Dulvin, speaks about his career, lessons learned and the technologies that will drive the IT services industry in 2017.

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