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  • Is Oracle cooking its cloud books?

    It has always had trouble getting customers to buy into its cloud, but the scope of the problem may have been badly underestimated.

    13 June 16 21:00 Written by Steven J. Vaughan-Nichols
  • Has Google finally found enterprise religion?

    Google has known for some time that the enterprise is where the money is, but it sure hasn't shown it in the past. That looks to be changing.

    20 May 16 06:34 Written by Scot Finnie
  • No IoT without IPv6

    Does your company foresee making big bucks from the Internet of Things? It won’t be happening without widespread adoption of IPv6 first.

    19 May 16 21:00 Written by By Charles Sun
  • When the bot is you

    Soon you'll be chatting away with artificially intelligent bots. But the bot revolution will also usher in something strange: It will give us a bot to talk for us, as us. I call it a "me bot."

    16 May 16 20:00 Written by Mike Elgan
  • Amazon Prime and the racist algorithms

    The company’s algorithms told it where to offer its Prime Free Same-Day Delivery service, but an algorithm that uses data tainted by racism will be racist in its outcomes.

    11 May 16 22:17 Written by Preston Gralla
  • Why even Google can't connect Cuba

    Reports say Google intends to help wire Cuba and bring the island into the 21st century. But that's not going to happen.

    18 April 16 20:00 Written by Mike Elgan
  • The Netflix neutrality farce

    The company’s secret throttling of data rates undercuts the arguments it had made in supporting net neutrality

    08 April 16 21:00 Written by By Bret Swanson
  • Nest’s Revolv and the Internet of Broken Things

    Today, it’s consumers being hit by broken promises from IoT vendors. Tomorrow, it will be businesses. Fortunately, there is way to make things better.

    07 April 16 06:16 Written by Steven J. Vaughan-Nichols
  • The Digital Disruption trends impacting Australia and New Zealand business

    Business owners are constantly warned “disrupt or be disrtrupted.” But what if it wasn’t about simply disruption, and more so the market we find ourselves in is the natural evolution of business in a data-driven world. After all, the business goals remain the same: profitability; delighted customers; and effective cost management.

    23 March 16 12:25 Written by Safi Obeidullah
  • ​Australia and New Zealand leading the Software-Defined datacentre revolution

    The trend of Australia and New Zealand being early technology adopters, combined with the fact we’re used regularly as the test bed for global organisations trialling new solutions and systems, places us in a perfect position to demonstrate the potential magic such revolutionary technologies can bring to businesses.

    22 March 16 11:14 Written by Craig Waters
  • ​How sustainable are the tech industry’s hot jobs?

    2015 saw demand for ICT skills skyrocket, while the talent pool supply shrivelled in comparison. Australian companies are facing the increasingly complex task of finding high-quality tech talent in a very competitive market, and this competition is only expected to become fiercer over the next five years.

    21 March 16 14:29 Written by Peter Acheson
  • 5-tips for how to get your start-up into the media by using PR

    Entrepreneurs might know their product backwards and have business degrees from the best universities (or not). But few have a clue about getting their message out to the media. We asked Lauren Clancy from Max Australia to talk about her industry and give pointers on what PR can do for you.

    21 March 16 11:49 Written by Lauren Clancy

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