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Examining the Royal Adelaide Hospital, and the CIO driving tech change

The Royal Adelaide Hospital houses some of the world’s most advanced technologies, operating as one of most expensive buildings in the world.

This solutions provider has a smarter way of doing digital, through knowledge and training.

For those in the world still wondering when Skynet, of Terminator fame, will take over the human race, take a step back and breathe.

Explaining the 30-30 rule at Deloitte

During the past two years, Deloitte has acquired nine technology specialists in Australia as part of aggressive go-to-market plans.

Inside EY: invest, build or partner?

For a business renowned for risk management, EY is executing on the promise of technology on their own terms.

Fear of espionage and data theft: Australia may ban Huawei

​Australia is preparing to ban Huawei Technologies from supplying equipment for its planned 5G broadband network after its intelligence agencies raised concerns that Beijing could force the Chinese telco to hand over sensitive data, two sources said.

GST anniversary: The impact on Indian enterprises

With multiple challenges around compliance, stakeholders across the various sectors are pushing the GST Council to make a foolproof centralized registration mechanism and expedite tax refunds. 

Breaking down Dell's complex route back to becoming a public company

After retreating from public markets in 2013, Michael Dell is looking to take his eponymous computing company back onto the stock market via a complex deal involving its VMware tracking stock.

How Vodafone standardised its monitoring around Splunk

Vodafone is rapidly centralising its IT monitoring and event management globally around Splunk tools, enabling IT operations teams to get better uptime from mission critical applications and start to leverage more machine learning capabilities to avoid incidents.

Oracle is changing how it reports cloud revenues, what's it hiding?

Oracle is changing the way it reports its all-important cloud figures every quarter. Where the database vendor used to report two cloud revenue segments: Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) as one and then a combined figure for Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS) and Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS) as another, smaller, figure, now it is reporting just one figure.

HPE adds GreenLake Hybrid Cloud to enterprise service offerings

With its new GreenLake Hybrid Cloud offering, HPE's message to the enterprise is simple: Your cloud, your way.

Amazon.com’s decision to block Australian buyers is a warning for other countries

Amazon’s decision to block Australian shoppers from its international online marketplaces could have repercussions in New Zealand.

79 percent CIOs are ready for digitalisation, Shantaram Shinde, Netmagic

Shantaram Shinde, VP of Business Development and National Head for Channel Business, Netmagic, explores why digital transformation is a big deal, top technology areas to invest in, and various business challenges.