IT Priorities: IT Services, Support & Management
In this series, we look at the responses to our IT Priorities survey to find out just what business professionals around the world -- and in specific regions -- see to be their most important IT issues. These articles drill down into the wealth of data we've collected to bring you new insights around what your peers are thinking and doing. Stay tuned for more coverage.
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The venture capital investment model is outdated and local firms are being forced into a narrower niche in response to increasing funding pressures, according to Accede Capital chairman and former Radiata co-founder Chris Beare.
Here's an early Christmas present for anyone selling IP telephony solutions: the ZDNet IT Priorities survey shows that next year should be awesome!
According to ZDNet Australia's 2011 ZDNet IT Priorities Survey, customers want to pay less ... and feel safer about it.
When it comes to IT support, it seems training is the biggest work in progress for companies in Australia and New Zealand.
There seems to be a sure-fire way to get more budget resources for your IT department: focus on activities that will drive business growth.
The Communications Alliance and five large Australian internet service providers (ISPs) have today taken the wraps off a proposed process to stop people from downloading pirated content using their services.
NSW Minister for Finance and Services Greg Pearce yesterday released the state government's draft information and communications technology strategic framework.
The Department of Finance and Deregulation has gone to tender for a panel of providers for ICT services, off-the-shelf software and hardware.
The newly minted Virgin Australia is set to overhaul one of its core IT platforms in an attempt to leverage its network of code-sharing partnerships and better integrate frequent flyer recognition.
Prominent social location-search service Yelp is coming to Australia, and has kicked off advertising for staff to fuel the site's local reviews.
There's no doubt that the telco industry needs to lift its game, but is the TIO seeing more complaints simply because more people know about the ombudsman?