Andrew Birmingham

Andrew Birmingham

Andrew Birmingham is the editor-in-chief and publisher of Which-50. He is the former associate publisher of The Australian Financial Review and remains a contributing editor, and during his career he has reported on the Australian media, technology, finance, life science and related sectors over a period spanning 20 years. His work has been published by The AFR, The Australian, The Sydney Morning Herald, The Age, MIS, Computerworld, CIO, ARN, Network World, CRN Australia, and My Business.

   Businesses with experience of cloud computing are coping much better than those without, as the massive shift of knowledge workers from office environments to home working rolls out at unprecedented scale and speed. In a new APAC leader technology video panel produced by Which-50 and Boardroom Media this

Amazon Web Services has announced it has committed to purchasing 60 megawatts of power from the Gunnedah Solar Farm in NSW, the first such investment for the company outside of the US and Europe. That project, which is due to be operational next year will ultimately provide AWS with 142,000

Investors in global financial businesses do not believe industry leaders can provide the kinds of returns being delivered by the tech sector, with very significant skepticism about current digital transformation programs. That’s our key reading of a report from global management consulting outfit Oliver Wyman, which also argues there is

More than $US30 trillion has poured into global sustainable investments, up 64 per cent since 2014, according to a discussion paper by McKinsey and Company which seeks to describe how approaches to environmental, social, and governance (ESG) concerns build business value. According to the management consultancy, paying attention to ESG

As consumers increasingly make choices about the products and services they buy based on how they perceive a brand’s values, that behavior is feeding into decisions about whether those businesses will attract sustainable investment funds. Yet, sustainable investing should not be an all or nothing proposition, according to Kent Kwan

Australia’s extended and disastrous bushfire season has brought into sharp relief the high economic and personal cost of climate change.  That economic impact is increasingly recognised around the world as a major business risk. In California, for instance, it led to what is now referred to as the first climate

One of Australia’s top technology recruiters, Bridget Gray, the long-time Harvey Nash Australia managing director has moved across to Korn Ferry where she has joined the firm as vice president, IT Services, Asia Pacific. She is based in the firm’s Sydney office. Bill Sebra, Global Operating Executive Professional Search and

Forrester Research has identified four qualities it says security executives should investigate when selecting a partner to help build a Zero Trust environment. These include strong advocacy of the approach, a commitment to ubiquitous enforcement, support for micro-segmentation, and providing identity beyond identity and access management. A Zero Trust approach

Australia’s Flinders University is using the Boomi Platform to power a cloud-first strategy that will modernise IT and deliver seamless digital experiences to students and staff. Flinders wanted to provide a superior digital experience to students and staff with a modern, cloud-first IT environment. To achieve this it needed flexible

The utility of an integration platform as a service (iPaaS) is now widely accepted however the challenges that bring organisation to the realisation that they need to go down this path remain varied. That’s the view of David Irecki, director, solution consulting, APJ for Boomi, a Dell Technologies business. We