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Enterprises are shifting towards managed services because they are unable to fill the skills they need within their IT security team.
While the uptake of hybrid cloud has been solid this year, enterprises are now scratching their heads about how to bring governance and control back into their business.
Needed: clear-headed thinking on where IoT can and should make a difference.
Frame will be responsible for managing Melbourne Airport's IT assets, including datacentres and communication rooms, over the next three years.
The New Zealand Government is preparing to take full control of the failed Novopay schools payroll project.
Cisco Systems' Communications Resource Center (CRC) needed a single tool to help manage its communications projects. AtTask boosted the CRC's on-time delivery dramatically, helped define what resources are needed, and how they are being deployed.
The idea that enterprise architectures are the preserve of big business is misguided and could be behind project missteps by smaller companies as well as missed commercial opportunities.
Melbourne Airport is slowly moving its paper-based reporting processes into an automated system as part of modernising its business process management.
Fortescue Metals Group has managed to save AU$30 million in a year, after spending very little on developing on a new business process management support system to manage its mining fleet.
After years of under-investment, grocery cooperative Foodstuffs Auckland was on the brink of IT failure, saved only by its DR system.
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.
I am not sure when the non-evil meaning of the word 'hack' started. It can be confusing.
We use information communications tools to ease the way we work. Over time, do these tools influence the way we work instead?
Hearings over Deloitte's role in major IT disasters offer a fascinating glimpse inside the big money world of politics and technology.