Swinburne University of Technology has opened its Centre for the New Workforce, designed to support Australian businesses, organisations and employees by developing new approaches to learning. Swinburne said its new centre is working alongside partners including Deloitte and LinkedIn to help organisations prepare their people to prosper in the face

Health device makers have primarily targeted consumers who are either fitness focused or chronically ill. But between these two extremes sits a large, fragmented and often overlooked population who seek better information to effectively manage their health says a new study. New research by the IBM Institute for Business Value suggests that

Hadoop industry leader and big data specialist Hortonworks is explanding its Australian presence as local corporates upgrade their investment in data science and data decision making. Hadoop, for the uninitiated,  is an open source platform for big data, that companies like Hortonworks wrap their services around. The company has established

Specialist business consultancy KINSHIP digital has won a tender to build a Social Media Command Centre for the Bank of Investment and Development of Vietnam (BIDV), modeled on similar facilities it operates throughout the region. For BIDV, the program is an important part of its strategy over the rest of

Salmat Digital has formed a phone-to-web tracking partnership with predictive media optimisation technology outfit Kenshoo. The aim is to help retailers and service companies more effectively tie their digital advertising to their call centre activity. According to Daniel Benton, Salmat Digital General Manager, Search,  retailers are missing as much as

Digital performance advertising outfit Criteo has opened a Hong Kong data centre, reflecting the growing importance of the region to its expansion plans. The announcement follows the release last week of a significant upgrade to its proprietary prediction and recommendation engine which it said would allow it to process 15 million

Smart Cities: How digital will put people in the centre Digital is permeating every aspect of life. Healthcare, retail, transport, communications, government. As digital undergoes continued adoption, it will continue to drive improved communications, real-time access to data and connected products and services (things), and deliver better experiences for all