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While many people think sustainability is about green policies, that is only part of the story, says VMware Vice President, Sustainability Strategy Nicola Acutt.  “Our view is holistic and inclusive of sustainability for people and the planet.” Indeed, Acutt says VMware frames its definition of sustainability around three ideas: people,

Technology has been at the centre of business continuity plans during the COVID-19 crisis and will play a key role in navigating the path to recovery, but amid a prolonged period of uncertainty, the challenge for technology leaders is choosing which playbook to follow.  According to research from Gartner, survival,

A replacement of its aging IT system and $125 a million investment in an automated distribution centre has helped independent grocer Drakes Supermarkets ensure it could continue to serve customers as demand spikes during the COVID-19 pandemic.  Drakes Supermarkets have implemented Nutanix Hyperconverged Infrastructure (HCI) which helps support the retailer’s

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Local Councils are concerned with matters close to our homes, such as building permits, roads, parks, libraries, waste disposal and many community services. However, our modern day councils go so much further, providing a diverse range of quality facilities and services including art and cultural centres, regional sporting complexes, childcare

Australia’s Flinders University is using the Boomi Platform to power a cloud-first strategy that will modernise IT and deliver seamless digital experiences to students and staff. Flinders wanted to provide a superior digital experience to students and staff with a modern, cloud-first IT environment. To achieve this it needed flexible

The aged care sector is in the midst of a seismic shift. While there is much optimism about the benefits that cloud and IoT technologies can bring to organisations providing care for the elderly and disabled the reality on the ground is more nuanced as revelations from the Royal Commission

Over the last decade the proliferation of consumer technology has had an ancillary effect on enterprise IT and its respective executives, according to Pure Storage CIO Cathy Southwick.  While consumer tech has highlighted the value of technology throughout an organisation it has brought with it new expectations, creating new pressure

A wide-ranging review of the Australian Public Sector has uncovered some IT horror stories from within government agencies and called for an immediate audit of the technology ecosystem.   The outdated systems are stymieing transformation efforts, affecting policy decisions and leaving some agencies vulnerable, according to the Independent Review of the

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Decisions around foundational technology like ERP are critical to the long-term success of any organisation. With decision-making moving beyond the IT department into the realm of business line managers, it is important that both sets of stakeholders understand each other’s concerns. These issues are covered in a report by IRBS,

Telstra has placed all of its professional and technology managed services businesses under one brand called Telstra Purple.  Announced earlier today at Telstra Vantage Michael Ebeid, Group Executive, Telstra Enterprise said the move brings together the telco’s best people, solutions and services to help solve its customers’ problems.  Telstra Purple