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Taking advantage of change

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These days it’s hard to have a conversation that doesn’t eventually roll around to the state of politics and/or the Australian economy. What’s amazing is that, at this point in time, no one needs to use adjectives when they refer to the current scene.
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Aussies abandoning landlines

More Aussies choosing mobile and mobile broadband | Aussie startups can head to Silicon Valley in Rackspace competition | The non-IT workforce in Government could be the make-or-break for cyber security | Australian start-ups expect strong growth this year.
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E-health records result in reduced medical errors for Australian doctors

The majority of Australian doctors (77 per cent) say sharing health records electronically had a positive impact on reducing medical errors in 2012, according to a survey by Accenture.
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Worldwide IT Spending on pace to reach $3.7 trillion in 2013

Worldwide IT spending is projected to total $3.7 trillion in 2013, a 2 percent increase from 2012 spending of $3.6 trillion, according to the latest forecast by Gartner.
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Scott Whyman, VP Global Managed Services Asia Pacific, and VP & GM, APAC, Unisys

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Unisys offers a portfolio of IT services, software, and technology to solve critical problems for clients.We specialise in helping clients secure their operations, increase the efficiency and utilisation of their data centres, enhance support to their end users and modernise their enterprise applications via outsourcing services, systems integration and consulting, infrastructure services, maintenance services...
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Latest products, services and ventures

Kroll Ontrack Launches Ontrack PowerControls 7.0 | Compuware APM for Mainframe enhanced with greater functionality | OKI targets business market with new range of enterprise-class solutions | Nutanix launches NX-1000 and NX-6000 for enterprise applications | Dassault Systèmes launches new industry solution experience for aerospace & defence programs | Emerson Network Power announces Liebert...
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All the bottom-line action

Internode keeps Internet alive for auDA | Shire of Esperance goes live on new Civica cloud platform | data2fact signs Business Intelligence agreement with Yellowfin | Emerson Network Power teams up with RedFlow to take unique Australian technology to Asia | Digital Sense chooses NetApp for Storage | Sydney TOPSHOP deploys Island Pacific point-of-sale...
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Who’s who of Aussie ICT

THE CUSTOMER EXPERIENCE COMPANY (CEC) | CAMMS GROUP | THEFORMSAGENCY | AMETHON SOLUTIONS | eSAVVY | OPMANTEK’S flagship product is NMIS (Network Management Information System). NMIS was launched in 1998 and is now used by over 20,000 organisations globally.
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A snapshot of changing roles

SMX appoints new Vice President of Operations | Xero appoints Head of Global Marketing and Chief Platform Officer | Meru Networks appoints VP of Sales for APAC | Riverbed appoints new Sales Leader for Asia Pacific and Japan | Pure Hacking announces new CTO | WatchGuard Technologies appoints Northern Region Territory Sales Manager |...
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The continuing adventures of change

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In today’s high-stakes quest for leadership, vendors in the High-Tech industry are in a constant race, jockeying for market positions. Innovation is at the heart of numerous strategic initiatives to develop competitive and fast-mover advantages.
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Vacating Conroy leaves NBN challenge for ministerial newcomer

NBN sales job vacant, experience not likely | Fujitsu ANZ celebrates 40 years | Aussies help set world record for e-waste collection | Internet advertising fuelling Australian GDP by $17.1bn
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PC Shipments to decline 10.6% in 2013, tablets to jump 67.9%

Worldwide devices (the combined shipments of PCs, tablets and mobile phones) are projected to reach 2.35 billion units in 2013, a 5.9 percent increase from 2012, according to Gartner, Inc. The market is being driven by sales in tablets, smartphones, and to a lesser extent, ultramobiles, as PC shipments are on the decline.
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Raghav Sibal, MD ANZ, Manhattan Associates