In the next ten years, globally, we’ll see regulation, accounting and business processes involving the virtual world turned on their head. This series of articles is aimed at both professionals and the wider community and tells why, what and how. You (and everyone else) are the ‘who’, and ‘when’ is

Andrea Martins

In breaking industry news, the country’s premier data marketing association, ADMA, has been acquired by the Australian Computer Society (ACS). ADMA Chairman Steve Brennan sent an email out to members this afternoon confirming the deal. In that email, Brennan confirms that all four organisations under the Australian Alliance for Data

Singapore Airlines has selected VMWare’s Workspace ONE solution (SIA) to help it to deliver what it says are richer employee digital experiences across multiple apps and devices. With a focus on augmenting SIA’s mobile-friendly Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) strategy, the goal is to streamline the delivery of mobile applications

Oracle is accelerating the number of uses for emerging technology like machine learning and natural language processing across the full suite of its business software. Speaking today at Oracle OpenWorld, Steve Miranda, executive vice president of Oracle Applications product development, outlined the company’s view of AI. Webinar: Can I Trust

Larry Ellison

Autonomy will bring tremendous benefits to computer technology, not just by reducing the cost of labour, but also eliminating human error and preventing data loss. That’s the view of Larry Ellison, Oracle founder, CTO and chairman, who outlined Oracle’s vision to build a fully autonomous cloud at the company’s conference

Like in most organisations, our digital transformation plans came complete with a business plan. The plan for Mission Australia stated that a year out from deploying Dynamics 365 and Power BI to support our fundraising initiatives we would start to see benefits from increased income and reduced costs. It’s always

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The total transaction value of remote payments for digital and physical goods will exceed $6 trillion by 2024; representing a growth of 53 per cent from 2019. The figures are contained in a new studt by Juniper Research. The new research, Mobile & Online Remote Payments for Digital & Physical

Flash storage provider Pure Storage today announced an expansion of its flash array product line, with FlashArray//C, a new “cost-competitive” flash alternative to disk storage, and DirectMemory Cache, a new lower latency storage class memory. Launched today in Austin, Texas at Pure Storage’s annual Accelerate event, the upgrades – and

Pure Storage today announced new services to allow customers to transfer workloads between on-premise flash array storage and public clouds. The company says it wants to match its enterprise customers’ vision of a multi-cloud environment as organisations realise the different environments have their own strengths and weaknesses. According to Pure

Despite the technical and operational feasibility of e-air taxis today, mass adoption is unlikely in the next 10-15 years due to infrastructure challenges and delay in delivering a fully autonomous service, according to a new report. A new study by LEK Consulting analysing whether commercial timelines for developing e-air taxi