As organisations increasingly adopt cloud platforms, a new kind of ‘connected business’ is emerging – one that’s more agile, integrated, and automated. Driving this change is a new breed of shared cloud platform.
Stories by Jennifer O'Brien
A group of IT experts gathered in Melbourne for the exclusive Computerworld and ManageEngine Breakfast Exchange Forum: The changing role of IT in the digital transformation era.
A group of IT experts gathered in Sydney for the exclusive Computerworld and ManageEngine Breakfast Exchange Forum: The changing role of IT in the digital transformation era.
Artificial intelligence (AI) will transform the technology landscape and touch almost every industry over the next 10 years.
A group of IT leaders gathered in Sydney for an exclusive Computerworld and Lenovo roundtable discussion about the power and possibilities of the connected world of HPC and AI. With HPC considered the engine and ‘lifeblood’ fuelling AI, the technology is no longer just in the hands of researchers and educational facilities, but is sweeping large enterprise thanks to advances in Big Data and massive computational power.
Applications are the “new battleground” as companies continue to embark on digital transformation projects. That’s according to Mark Iles, executive consultant and industry analyst for Tech Research Australia, who spoke at a recent Computerworld and AppDynamics Breakfast Exchange.
A Computerworld Breakfast Exchange event, ‘Get your apps in order - the ‘next wave’ of digital transformation' - sponsored by AppDynamics - brought together ICT industry experts to learn about how the industry is shifting towards user and business-aware applications and infrastructure.
School teachers and technologists recognise the potential for technology-based STEM education to empower students, but structural shortcomings and a lack of specialised resources continue to drag down efforts around transformation.
For those leading the technology agenda in the digital education revolution - including ICT managers, directors and heads of department - there’s a pivotal role to play in the planning, organising, directing, controlling and coordinating the STEM agenda.
For those leading the technology agenda in the digital education revolution - including ICT managers, directors and heads of department - there’s a pivotal role to play in the planning, organising, directing, controlling and coordinating the STEM agenda. A group of industry experts gathered at the Crown in Melbourne to attend the Computerworld Education Event Series: Leading the Tech Agenda in STEM Education: Preparing Youth for Success, sponsored by Dell and Microsoft.
Technology is no longer about numbers on a report or spreadsheet - it is about touching and reaching your customers (whenever and wherever they are), by “delivering superior experiences,” according to former Coles CIO and tech veteran, Conrad Harvey.
In the push towards digital transformation, IT leaders need real-time operational insights into application performance, user experience and business outcomes. A packed crowd gathered at the Crown Promenade in Melbourne for the CW Exchange Breakfast, sponsored by AppDynamics, to learn about the digital transformation journey - some key challenges and opportunities in transitioning to the digital era.
IT departments are constantly faced with the challenge of managing complex, multi-cloud environments that combine best-of-breed public and private services with traditional on-premise infrastructure. A group of IT thought leaders gathered at Vue De Monde in Melbourne to discuss their hybrid cloud journeys.
NetApp's local boss plans to oust EMC from the number one storage spot as it continues to see robust growth and fine-tunes its channel strategy.
The majority of Australian organisations are struggling to contain the cost of data protection solutions, according to a new data storage survey of 103 medium and large firms.