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  • Microsoft pushes for new approach to innovation

    Lack of engagement between academia and business, a risk-averse culture, and slow, linear innovation processes are holding Australia back from competing in a fast-changing international economy.

  • Regulation stifling financial tech innovation

    The Australian government needs to take a more balanced approach to regulation and stop stifling banks’ ability to innovate, several financial institutions have urged in their submissions to the Financial System Inquiry.

  • Box to offer usage-based pricing, file conversion service

    As it heads toward an estimated US$250 million initial public offering, cloud storage and collaboration provider Box is thinking outside, well, itself.

  • What VCs Look for in Big Data Startups

    Getting ready to pitch venture capitalists on your big data startup? Here's a hint: Don't call yourself a 'big data company' and don't pitch by analogy.

  • Big data funding spree continues

    Venture capital firms continue to funnel big sums of money to big data startups. Hadoop player Cloudera announced $160 million in new financing, and analytics startup Platfora raised $38 million.

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    BYOD Brings Fear, Uncertainty and Doubt to the Enterprise

    You lost your smartphone, which you also used for work. Think that's bad news? It gets worse. You wait a few days to tell IT. These days that can get you fired. So now you're thinking, 'I really wish I read that BYOD policy.' Five years after BYOD first caught fire, IT is still trying to figure out how to handle it.

  • Silicon Valley Tech Workers Living the Startup Dream Again

    Thanks to blockbuster acquisitions such as Facebook's $19 billion purchase of WhatsApp, successful IPOs and a healthy environment for startups, the entrepreneurial spirit is alive again in the Silicon Valley.

  • External disk storage market recovers from slump

    The market for external disk storage systems has recovered from a slump, with factory revenues up 2.4 percent to US$6.9 billion in the fourth quarter of 2013, according to an IDC study.

  • Healthcare CIOs Must Make Better, More Enlightened IT Decisions

    For IT to stop being a 'cost center' in hospitals and other healthcare organizations, CIOs need to dictate their own IT strategy. Demonstrating the value of information technology to reluctant end users and making better decisions will help IT leaders achieve that goal.

  • Maintaining PCI compliance is a big challenge for most companies

    A majority of companies that achieve annual compliance with the Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard fail to then maintain that status, leaving them vulnerable to breaches.

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