Joseph Brookes

Joseph Brookes

Joseph Brookes is a writer and content producer for 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.

Telstra CEO Andrew Penn has not been to his city office for five and a half months but says he and the telco are still able to operate “surprisingly well” under pandemic induced remote work. Speaking via video link from currently locked down Melbourne for an Australian Financial Review online

ANZ bank today announced a new online lending platform to provide small businesses with conditional approval for loans up to $200,000 in under half an hour if they share their accounting software data. Developed under a partnership with DemystData, a global data firm that helps enterprises incorporate external data sources,

“Can you hear me? What about now?” It’s an increasingly common way meetings in Australia start as companies move to remote working during COVID-19. More than a third of workers report being frustrated by audio problems, according to EPOS, a high end headset brand that launched today in Australia.  The

Technology leaders have serious concerns about their budgets as COVID-19 lockdowns force IT spending to rise in almost all Australian organisations, according to new research from Rackspace Technology. And as budgets bite, innovation and transformation projects are being sacrificed, along with some security projects. For its latest report, Preventing Cloud

New research from the IMD Business school suggests organisations should focus on the disruption, not the disrupter because there is little evidence to link the hype of disruption in some industries with reality. Co-written by Michael Wade, Didier Bonnet and Jialu Shan at the IMD Business School, Lausanne, Switzerland, the

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DocuSign today announced Kamal Hathi as its new chief technology officer. Hathi spent more than two decades working at Microsoft, most recently as GM of its SaaS analytics product Power BI. The new CTO has been tasked with supporting the expansion of DocuSign Agreement Cloud, the company’s suite of document

The gaming and esports industry is already transforming the world of competitive sports by attracting mass audiences online. Now the gaming engines that underpin the sector might be set to disrupt film and television production as well.  In-camera visual effects are emerging as a promising alternative to traditional green screens

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Australian health booking platform HealthEngine has been ordered to pay $2.9 million in penalties for misleading customers about how it shared their data with private health insurance brokers and for publishing misleading patient reviews and ratings. The ACCC began investigating Australia’s largest health services booking platform in 2018 and launched

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Google’s international scare campaign to undermine incoming regulation has been branded bullying by a progressive Australian thinktank, which says the impact of the platform giants has been found to be “disastrous” for Australia. In an open letter published Wednesday, The Australia Institute’s Centre For Responsible Technology accused the US tech

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Women now make up 31.3 per cent of ASX 200 boards, a new record and above a long term voluntary goal from the Australian Institute of Company Directors and diversity groups. But the improvements haven’t come evenly with the largest companies doing the “heavy lifting” and one company still without