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Australia’s medical software industry, though peppered with some great talent, interesting start-ups, and high potential emerging software platform plays is not necessarily where you would expect to find the next IT unicorn. But there may be one hiding in plain sight. Sign up for Which-50’s Irregular Insights newsletter Nominate today

Red Hat announced the latest version of  its Kubernetes platform, OpenShift, this week along with the news that the service will for the first time be integrated with a public cloud, in this case Microsoft’s Azure. Both companies said making the seperate Azure version of OpenShift, named Azure Red Hat

The role of chief digital officer could be in trouble – or they might just be working for companies that are already in trouble. And if they do too well at their job, their role might disappear completely. Public companies with chief digital officer under-perform their public market peers without

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KPMG Australia has appointed Jarther Taylor as its new marketing director. Taylor was previously the CEO of customer experience agency Datarati. He has been working at KPMG in a consulting capacity since December last year. Sign up for Which-50’s Irregular Insights newsletter Nominate today for the Which-50 Digital Experience Awards.

After reaching an all time high in at the end of last year, the number of women on ASX 200 boards has stalled at 29.5 per cent. That’s slightly lower than December 31, 2018 when women accounted for 29.7 per cent of all ASX200 board positions and further away from

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The founders and staff of management consulting business, The Terrace Initiative, will join Deloitte’s human capital consulting practice on 1 May. The Terrace Initiative specialises in helping clients take charge of change programs using data and technology, using their own proprietary tools and Transformation Sciences methodology via an in-house software

I generally hate blog posts and articles that suggest there is a single trick, hack or tip that can change your world. (I swear if I see one more headline promising the one habit that can turn me into Jeff Bezos or Warren Buffet, my head will explode.) But, there

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Australia’s startup boards are predominantly recruited through the referral networks of founders and investors — most of whom are men. This lack of diversity and formal recruitment processes could be holding back emerging businesses, according to a new report from KPMG. Sign up for Which-50’s Irregular Insights newsletter On average,

Change is hard. Inside corporate structures, with deeply ingrained practices, it’s often safer to simply follow the rules. But in times when business models are rapidly being re-invented and the average lifespan of a the S&P 500 continues to shorten, failure to effectively change people and processes could lead to

Quantcast, which owns and operates the world’s largest audience insights and measurement platform on the open internet, has appointed Craig Bonser as the Commercial Director of Australia and New Zealand and Richard Knott as Business Development Director for Asia Pacific. The move follows a string of local promotions and new