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  • How Norman Disney & Young's Frank Italia stays one step ahead of disruption

    Norman Disney & Young’s (NDY) IT director, Frank Italia, has witnessed some incredible digital transformation in the property sector, leading the firm through generations of new design technologies, right into the groundbreaking building information modelling (BIM) techniques.

    Written by Bonnie Gardiner14 April 16 13:37
  • Where is the Internet of Things heading in 2016?

    The Internet of Things next year will evolve to move beyond the household with an emerging consumer interaction segment, and people will turn their attention to the smartphone as an IoT sensor device, according to analysts.​

    Written by Rebecca Merrett02 Dec. 15 09:30
  • SDN is evolutionary, not revolutionary

    The need to support increasingly complex and virtualised environments with greater agility is driving considerable change in data networking. Read why new software-defined architectures are a key to evolving in the digital world.

    Written by Bonnie Gardiner15 July 15 11:10
  • Australian ICT usage 'very high': World Economic Forum

    Australia has demonstrated very high levels ICT usage in the past year, though we aren't very innovative, and the government could be doing more to encourage the use of technologies, a report by the World Economic Forum found.

    Written by Bonnie Gardiner30 April 15 16:37
  • Get ready for the chief integration officer, advanced IoT and AI

    Finding where the CIO role fits among all the c-suite noise and advancements in the Internet of Things and artificial intelligence are some of the biggest trends impacting business and IT, according to Deloitte’s Tech Trends 2015 report.

    Written by Rebecca Merrett13 March 15 11:37

Whitepapers about technology trends

  • Technology Management in the Age Of The Customer

    Empowered customers are disrupting every industry, and CIOs need to understand how technology management must adapt. This report outlines how disruptive customers can place harsh and unfamiliar demands on institutions, necessitating changes in how they develop, market, sell, and deliver products and services.