How to turbocharge your digital transformation project
Australian businesses that struggle to achieve the anticipated benefits of digital transformation are often hindered by communication issues and a lack of process efficiency, according to experts.
Why transformation is a challenging time for any organisation
Large consultancies are struggling to deliver on business transformation projects due to lack of innovation, clear communication, and defined goals, according to research by UNSW Business School.
The rise of Flash-to-Flash-to-Cloud backup
Data storage and backup are often overlooked by organisations, but a recent study shows it affects productivity, with employees losing two hours a day searching for data.
How Agile will expose your decision-making effectiveness
A key goal for many organisations that go down the Agile path is to move faster.
The journey towards becoming an AI-driven enterprise
Companies are increasingly turning to automation to bridge the skills gap and empower employees to become citizen data scientists.
Why AI will be procurement’s greatest ally
Australian procurement organisations should embrace AI to enhance the procurement process and supply chain.
The impact of bringing biometrics to the door
Biometrics, such as fingerprint authentication, are being adopted by enterprises to improve security and convenience.
Why CTOs need to stop being overly-apologetic about Agile
Australia's companies on an Agile transformation journey need to find the right balance, as a one-size-fits-all approach doesn't guarantee success.
How to prosper in an intelligent economy
The convergence of digital networks, cloud-based technologies, and artificial intelligence is shaping the rise of the intelligent enterprise, transforming businesses and driving growth.
Why organisation-wide Agile is still a work-in-progress
Australian companies are reflecting on their Agile transformation journeys, discussing what has worked and what hasn't.
Why one cloud is not enough
Time is money for businesses, especially during downtime. CIOs must ensure data and applications are continuously available and protected.
The ethics of AI: From driverless cars to robo-baristas
The development of AI technology comes with inherent biases that translate into the systems we use, risking potential issues in everyday life.
What happens when AI falls into the wrong hands
Attackers are increasingly using AI in their cyber-attacks, but defenders are also using AI as a defence technology. Find out more here.
In case you didn’t know, you are a data company now
Data management practices are crucial for businesses to thrive in the new age of compliance and innovation, as data becomes both an asset and a challenge.
How to ensure your digital transformation doesn’t become a digital disaster
More than half of midsize companies see digital transformation as core business goal, but lack resources to execute successfully. Converged data protection platforms offer a solution.
How to overcome the multi-cloud security challenge
More organisations are adopting multi-cloud strategies to reduce the risk of stoppages and increase flexibility. But security remains a concern.
Australian citizens aren’t sold on a data-powered economy
Government trust in Australia's data policies and practices is low, with only 29.3% trusting the government to handle data responsibly, according to a poll by Australian National University's Social Research Centre.
How Australia can access the connected supply chain
Australia's logistics industry must embrace digitalization to compete globally or risk being left behind, according to experts.
Don’t fear the robot: How to overcome automation anxiety
Automation anxiety affects both developers and IT ops pros, but a shift in perspective and embracing discomfort can help overcome it.
Why keeping systems online is about more than just dollars and cents
New Zealand businesses must prioritize resilient IT systems to withstand natural disasters, which can cost up to NZ$13,000 per minute in outages.
The questions ANZ businesses need to ask before diving into SaaS
Cloud companies in Australia and New Zealand need to be cautious when adopting SaaS solutions, asking questions about product authenticity, hosting arrangements, contract flexibility, pricing transparency, and demo access before committing to a provider.
How to build a successful RPA strategy
Gartner predicts global spending on Robotic Process Automation (RPA) will reach $2.4 billion in 2022, up from $680 million in 2018.
The innovation roadblock: Why are organisations not following through from their POCs?
New products and services often fail to add value due to common roadblocks. Here are five things to consider to overcome these challenges and take innovation efforts to a new level.
Why we need to work together to promote a better future
#BalanceforBetter: Influential women in IT discuss the need for greater gender equality in the tech industry.