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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

The NSW government’s insurer, iCare, does not use any on-premise IT systems, instead employing a cloud only approach. Its CIO says the decision to go cloud only allows iCare more flexibility and agility via its API strategy. “When iCare was formed we made a deliberate decision to be a cloud

While a strong partnership between CMOs and CIOs is seen as critical to success, few do it well according to new research from Forrester. Webinar: Can I Trust You? Building Customer Trust into Better Experiences. Register today! Download: Strategy First – How marketers can avoid common technology pitfalls and drive

Four years ago, I wrote a post about the idea that when a buying team decides to do nothing, everybody loses. It still feels valid today. But, as we continue to study technology buying efforts, the “cost” of a no decision may be even greater than we think. As we

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Shadow IT sounds like a covert — quite possibly dark — force. And to some people it may well be. But the truth is both far simpler and more complex. According to Cisco, Shadow IT is the use of IT-related hardware or software by a department or individual without the

The role of IT has changed dramatically over the last two decades, and the expectations on technology leaders like CIOs and CTOs have evolved to reflect these changes. Often, those IT chiefs are required to help their organisations adjust to the business disruption this technology-led change has ushered in. These

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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