Joseph Brookes

Joseph Brookes

Joseph Brookes is a writer and content producer for Which-50.com and the Which-50 Digital Intelligence Unit. He has covered the impact of digital transformation on Australian businesses with a particular focus on the media, financial services and governments sectors. Joseph is also responsible for Which-50's multimedia products including the production of video, podcasts and animated graphics.

RMIT Online is partnering with Amazon and Telstra to offer a new post graduate program in digital health in response to increased demand for digital health professionals. RMIT’s Online school announced today it will offer a Graduate Certificate in Digital Health starting in April next year. Co-designed by the university,

Google’s former head of quantum computing has chosen Australia to continue his groundbreaking work and lifelong mission to build a quantum computer. Silicon Quantum Computing, the Australian technology startup founded by Professor Michelle Simmons AO, today announced the addition of Professor John Martinis, who last year led a team at

Australia’s largest telco has developed new “adaptive networks” for enterprise customers, comparing the release to the jump to 5G for consumers. Telstra today launched its own adaptive networks describing them as “the future of Data and IP” and a response to the rapidly changing nature of enterprise networks and increasing

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A partnership between the hybrid cloud and hardware leaders seeks to democratise AI and free up time for data scientists. VMware and NVIDIA today announced a broad partnership to deliver both an enterprise platform for AI and a new architecture for data centre, cloud and edge that uses NVIDIA data

Pegasystems this week announced a new feature for identifying “underserved” customers – those less likely to accept an offer. Known as Value Finder, the feature is part of Pega’s Customer Decision Hub software, which uses artificial intelligence to send customers targeted offers and support. If a customer is below a

The COVID-19 pandemic triggered the greatest business technology spending rush in history, according to the KPMG and Harvey Nash’s annual CIO survey, now in its 22nd year. Read more: CIO Survey Reveals Pandemic Triggered Biggest Tech Spend In History But while organisations were spending as much as US$15 billion each

Most Australian organisations have low levels of “data maturity”, leaving millions of dollars on the table, according to Deloitte research commissioned by Amazon. But the consultants say data will drive a new wave of digital transformations and some local organisations are reporting data maturity is already improving their bottom line.

Amazon will offer a Netflix style cloud gaming subscription service named Luna, with select titles in 4K 60fps. After years of tinkering, Amazon is making a bet on cloud gaming, revealing a new subscription service during its annual hardware event. Known as “Luna” the cloud gaming platform will initially be

The COVID-19 pandemic triggered the greatest business technology spending rush in history, with organisations dropping as much as US$15 billion each week to support a shift to remote work. But technology leaders say they will need to reign much of that spend back in over the next year and cybersecurity

3.5 million black Americans were categorised as “deterrence” by Donald Trump’s 2016 presidential election campaign team, according to UK media. Channel 4 News says it has obtained access to a “vast cache of data” used by Donald Trump’s campaign team to help profile 200 million American voters in his successful