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  • Driving big business with big data: Extracting value from information

    Imagine this -- a typical Tuesday morning, the corporate network is down. A few years ago, this would have sent offices into panic mode, leaving employees helpless to act until the IT department fixes the problem. Not anymore -- today’s employees have their email and diaries on their smart phones, client lists on their Blackberrys and documents on their iPads. What started as organisations tolerating the odd iPhone and Tablet at the workplace is rather reluctantly evolving to a Bring Your Own Technology (BYOT) culture.

    Written by Clive Gold19 Oct. 11 11:09
  • Tips for better mobile security

    In the last 18-months, the mobile computing landscape has changed completely. People are bringing their own computers to the office and carrying smartphones and tablet devices that are as powerful as desktop computers were only a short while ago. Here’s how to make sure these devices don’t compromise your organisation.

    Written by Matt Rodgers26 Sept. 11 12:25
  • Only 10% of Aussie enterprises prefer BYOT: Ovum

    A new survey has found only 10 per cent of large Australian enterprises prefer bring your own technology (BYOT) schemes, as opposed to other mobility strategies.

    Written by Lisa Banks13 Sept. 11 11:44
  • Orix puts Android, iOS app development into gear

    Fleet leasing company, Orix, is set to create smartphone applications for Android and iOS, following major enterprise resource planning (ERP) and disaster recovery (DR) projects.

    Written by Hamish Barwick12 Sept. 11 14:15
  • ‘Critical’ social media banned in enterprise: Report

    Australian IT managers are struggling to deal with social media in the enterprise, with more blocking Web 2.0 sites despite their status as being “critical” to company development, a new report has found.

    Written by Lisa Banks08 Sept. 11 16:54
  • Governance vital for Cloud computing

    Global IT association ISACA has issued a new guide outlining how to implement effective controls and governance for Cloud computing.

    Written by Mark Phillips07 Sept. 11 10:58
  • Social CRM spend set to surge

    The worldwide social customer relationship management (CRM) market is forecast to reach over $US1 billion in revenue by year-end 2012, up from $US625 million in 2010.

    Written by Mark Phillips06 Sept. 11 15:28
  • New chief for CenITex

    Victoria’s Centre for IT Excellence, or CenITex as it is most commonly known, has been hailed as a shared services success story despite the mixed history of shared services within Australian government.

    Written by Chloe Herrick03 Sept. 11 00:00
  • Tips for an effective disaster recovery plan

    According to some estimates, 2011 has become the year of billion-dollar natural disasters. With floods, storms and fires now a top-of-mind business risk concern, IBM has announced six tips that individuals, businesses and government agencies can use to help prepare their IT environments for natural disasters and a wide range of other threats.

    Written by Mark Phillips02 Sept. 11 10:59
  • Mobility should be on CIO agenda: Part 3

    Customer-focused mobile implementations are more likely to be driven by marketing than IT. But cluey CIOs are beginning to understand the power of aligning external and internal strategies.

    Written by Brad Howarth01 Sept. 11 11:43
  • Mobility should be on CIO agenda: Part 2

    Customer-focused mobile implementations are more likely to be driven by marketing than IT. But cluey CIOs are beginning to understand the power of aligning external and internal strategies.

    Written by Brad Howarth31 Aug. 11 15:26
  • Telstra, Accenture don the lab coats to develop Cloud services

    The move to Cloud will be accelerated for Telstra’s (ASX:TLS) enterprise customers following the opening of a product innovation lab with its US-based consulting partner, Accenture, in Melbourne this week.

    Written by Hamish Barwick30 Aug. 11 08:51
  • Mobility should be on CIO agenda: Part 1

    Customer-focused mobile implementations are more likely to be driven by marketing than IT. But cluey CIOs are beginning to understand the power of aligning external and internal strategies.

    Written by Brad Howarth29 Aug. 11 12:32
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