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Budget airline, Scoot, is using the Boomi integration platform to help share data across the expanding organisation, allowing it to adapt more quickly to changing market conditions and therefore improve passenger experiences. Scoot, the low-cost arm of Singapore Airlines, operates a global network of 66 cities across 18 countries and

BMW’s in-car digital services are driving up its IT requirements by around 30 per cent each year, forcing the manufacturer to migrate its applications away from its traditional IT architecture which can no longer cope. Sign up for Which-50’s Irregular Insights newsletter Nominate today for the Which-50 Digital Experience Awards.

Australian businesses are paying more to attract key IT talent. For seven out of every 10 new hires, IT employers have had to increase the salary amount originally offered to secure their favoured candidate, according to a new study.   The results come from the 2019 Robert Half Salary Guide

Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) and cloud infrastructure have fundamentally altered the dynamic between business units and the department. Traditionally, the relationship between IT and other business units had been mildly adversarial in many organisations, as IT juggled the complexities of “keeping the lights on” while trying to continuously improve and innovate to

Business departments have increasingly taken responsibility for technology buys, often circumventing traditional IT department involvement altogether. And they have now reached a “tipping point”, according to new research from Technology One. Sign up for Which-50’s Irregular Insights newsletter The study, conducted by IBRS, revealed most Australian IT groups are no

Australian business software-as-a-service (Saas) customers complain of opaque pricing with hidden costs, implementation challenges, limits on capability and auto-renewals. Security also remains a key concern. Little wonder SaaS vendor are sweating on renewal rates. With Australian companies tipped to spend $4 billion on SaaS products this year, according to figures

Organisations must find a way to address the needs of modern workers as employees grow increasingly frustrated with workplaces that expect them to work with outdated, slow and complex technology, according to Gartner. Technology now ranks in the top 10 reasons Australian employees will leave their current role, according to

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The pace of the hyper connected world is set to exponentially accelerate with the introduction of pervasive 5G networks and Wi-Fi six enabling unprecedented bandwidth possibilities as connectivity and digital transformation moves beyond humans and devices to the realm of machine-to-machine. Addressing the audience at Cisco Live in Melbourne, Irving

Nearly one fifth of the 21st century is behind us already – gosh time flies. Generation Z, those who were born in the 2000s, are now entering the workforce as adults. I wonder what the term “IT” means to them? If they learn by listening to office conversation, they would

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While there is an abundance of focus on digital transformation, it is important to remember that it is just one of four major transformative forces acting up the modern enterprise, according to Dell CEO and founder Michael Dell. Speaking at the international Boomi World Tour last year Dell also stressed that