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A majority of organisations have already thrown themselves into building a cloud strategy for their business.
Technology might be developing at a breakneck pace, but core business goals remain the same. Here's a strategy for making sure IT supports them.
Telstra took a major step in its Digital First strategy today, with the opening of its Sydney digital transformation centre, where the company's digital team will come together with its other business units to design and build new digital tools.
Optus has confirmed that more jobs will be culled over the next few weeks as part of the company's business strategy that was announced 18 months ago.
This comprehensive, year-long program is comprised of structured masterminds, the latest business strategy and training, life balancing...
Cloud is mainstream, and increasingly central to business technology strategy. 72 percent of Australian and New Zealand businesses (ANZ) and 66 percent of their Asian counterparts use at least one form of cloud, according to recent ZDNet research.
If you're considering implementing an IoT strategy for your business, you need a serious security plan. Here's your checklist of five security weak points and what to look for when you attempt to fix them.
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The company's New Industries Business Unit will deliver social, mobile and connected cloud solutions for six global industries, with a strategy that includes building out its team of industry experts and creating an ecosystem of partners.
A new study shows increasing dissatisfaction with IT and the CIO. Here's the problem and some solutions.
Salesforce.com vice president for strategy research Peter Coffee has warned IT employees that dealing with people is becoming a focus of IT's role in the business.
Box has been busy tailoring its cloud platform for specific industries, making its business strategy more acute -- and hopefully more attractive to investors in both Silicon Valley and on Wall Street.
While CEOs are leaning hard on their marketing lieutenants to help drive business strategy, most CMOs admit their organizations are still unable to capitalize on the mountains of data they're already collecting.
Instead of mapping out strategy, IT managers are spending almost half their time dealing with the day-to-day issues they face, along with the odd crisis.
Research by the analyst Forrester shows that employers around the world are really struggling to come to terms with the explosive impact that technology is having on their businesses.
A new survey finds that most chief marketing officers now understand that if they want to have more influence and power within their organizations, they need to embrace big data to better understand their customers and foster stronger relationships with their CIOs.
Lenovo's smartphone strategy has revolved around emerging markets, but that changed in a hurry after the acquisition of Google's Motorola Mobility handset business.
A new Gartner survey finds that less than half of all enterprises have access to the predictive metrics they need to proactively meet or anticipate customers' needs on the fly.
CRM is often seen as a technology for businesses, but once in awhile, though I'm still of the "its a strategy and set of programs" school first, you find a refreshing and smart way to look at the technology. This guest post is by CTO and co-founder of SugarCRM Clint Oram on why CRM is a technology for a person at a business. Not as subtle a difference as it sounds. Read up and let me know what you think.
ZTE reorganizes into three key business units--operators, mobile devices, and enterprises--and targets three emerging market segments as it maps outs its 2014 strategy.
In spite of high-profile data breaches and the potential business impact of cyber attacks and data loss, small and midsize organizations are still not making cyber security a priority. Sophos and the Ponemon Institute recently released a report, Risk of an Uncertain Security Strategy, that highlights the need to make security a key priority.