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AI changing the game for sports fans
New NTT research shows over half of people aged 18-34 believe AI creates better engagement, but only a quarter know how it’s applied in sports.
Tech/talent combo key to solving underemployment, says Verint
IT and HR leaders must work more closely together to redefine the future workforce in order to keep the Aussie job market from collapsing.
Mobile virtual network market booming in APAC
A recent Fortune Business Insights report states that the MVNO market will see compound growth of around 8% over the next six years.
Exclusive: The impact of digitalisation and automation on the retail industry
"Digitalisation has certainly made shopping much more efficient and enjoyable for consumers, but the flipside of this is that there’s an increasing demand for businesses to differentiate themselves."
Why many Kiwis are still sceptical about the digital age
"94% of people are concerned about the security of personal data but many are not taking appropriate steps to protect themselves online."
How Fujitsu aims to tackle digitalisation and the data that comes with it
Fujitsu CELSIUS workstations aim to be the ideal platform for accelerating innovation and data-rich design.
Exclusive: Why company culture is key to digitalisation
"The biggest challenge in any transformation, digital or not, is always culture, not technology."
Hybrid cloud: Platform of choice, or split-personality?
"Ultimately, the most successful hybrid clouds have a clear identity because they’re not defined by their infrastructure."
Eight things you need to know before deploying an IoT solution
If you’re looking to implement an IoT solution within your organisation, what are some of the things that you need to look out for?
The impact of redesigning the MRO approach
Maintenance, repair, and overhaul companies will supposedly gain a valuable competitive advantage by leveraging IIoT-based technologies.
The CIO's IT transformation survival guide
What exactly is meant by IT transformation?
Dell's 2018 customer award winners announced
"They are creating an exceptional experience for their employees, customers and communities.”
Opportunities for providers as CSPs must go digital - research
CSPs are implementing digital transformation providing market opportunities for digitalisation service providers.
Online fraud leaves APAC consumers wary of digitalization
The study found that on average, trust in digital services is relatively low across the region...
Fujitsu launches blockchain money transfer service with major Japanese banks
The trial will begin in January 2018 and last for about three months...
Gartner survey shows CIO role to be fundamentally changing
The global research gathered data from a record number of 3,160 CIO respondents in 98 countries and all major industries.
How to take the stress out of protecting your digital assets
Cisco Next-Generation Firewall is the industry’s first and only threat centric firewall. Cisco NGFW gives you deep visibility into your network.
Avanade: How to approach IT modernisation
When it comes to justifying the process of modernising your business, IT benefits alone are not enough.
Software AG makes new appointment for Asia Pacific & Japan
In making this appointment, they’ve revealed their intentions moving forward – to bolster their network and operations in APJ.
EMC taking digital content to the horizon
EMC unveils Project Horizon - its vision to enable enterprises to drive their digital agenda and harness the untapped value of business content.
Evernote's Scannable digitises paper in seconds
Evernote has released the Scannable app which digitises all kinds of paper, from receipts to business cards to contracts.
Embrace digitalisation or risk governing a fractured society, says Gartner
Digitalisation will place huge pressure on governments and leaders in the public sector to change faster than at any other time in modern history.
De-duplication technology poised to take over storage market
Li said the technology will replace tapes and that data de-duplication will do for the storage industry what the iPod did for the music industry.