Insufficient infrastructure is preventing Australian organisations from rolling out successful big data projects, new research has found.
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The trend in businesses moving their infrastructure into the cloud is forecast to continue to rise over the next few years, reaching $775 million in the Australian market by 2019, according to analyst firm Telsyte.
More than 70 per cent of Australian companies with 200 staff or more will become data-driven by 2019, up from about one-third today, Telsyte has found.
Australian tablet sales dropped by 20 per cent in 2014, impacted by increased demand for the iPhone 6, larger screen Android smartphones and wearable devices such as the Fitbit, said analyst firm Telsyte.
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Organisations have the option to manage IT internally or outsource to a third-party provider. This paper discusses new research by Telsyte into how Australian organisations are using ICT outsourcing to support innovation. • In October 2013 Telsyte surveyed more than 450 Australian CIOs, CEOs and IT decision makers on their outsourcing strategies for 2014 • Outsourcing is a key feature of businesses that have a focus on innovation • Organisations that engage in outsourcing arrangements are more likely to spend greater than 25% of their IT budget on innovative projects
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