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Security Q&A with Gartner’s Rob McMillan

The Australian security technology and services market is forecast to reach more than A$1.7 billion in 2013, up 12.2 percent from $1.5 billion in 2012, according to the latest Gartner forecast.
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It’s time to create competitive advantage by valuing human capital – John Ridge, ED, ACS Foundation

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At last we’re seeing organisations starting to take responsibility for building talent, rather than buying it in through recruitment. And this has positive ramifications for our ICT industry.
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Latest products, services and ventures

Tenable adds passive vulnerability scanner to Nessus products | New WatchGuard XCS 880 increases content security performance | Brocade advances VCS Fabric Capabilities and SAN Analytics Management for VMware Solutions | Nuix 5 unleashes web-enabled eDiscovery | Riverbed upgrades Steelhead WAN optimisation software | Eaton launches new UPS for small business | IronKey...
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All the bottom-line action

AIATSIS contracts DAMsmart for audiovisual preservation | Lexmark appoints Synnex Australia as new distribution partner | LexisNexis turns to NetSuite Cloud to manage ANZ core media publishing | 4apps group integrates Yellowfin BI with Oracle e-Business Suite | Perceptive Software chosen by World Vision International | TechnologyOne continues wins new $3m local government deal...
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Who’s who of Aussie ICT

HAMMOND STREET DEVELOPMENTS | NUSKOPE | UNIXPAC | LEAPIN | EQSTATS | INFOCOMM SOFTWARE is a global solutions provider of Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP), Logistics Software and Supply Chain Management software.
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A snapshot of changing roles

My Net Fone appoints new CFO | Mint Wireless boosts management team | ArdentDigital expands team with five new appointments | NECA National CEO to step down | NEC Australia appoints three new senior executives | Huawei Australia Board Directors re-appointed for additional two-year term |
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What does the future hold?

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As companies continue to slog through 2013, many executives are looking deeper into customer metrics in an attempt to uncover some little nugget that might give them a competitive edge in the marketplace.
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Which ERP architectures best handle business change?

Which ERP architectures best handle business change? | NICTA’s eGov cluster launches $300K digital innovation challenge | Lauriston Girls’ School establish high-tech FabLab | Optus follows Vodafone on global roaming
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Oz online retail spending to grow 39 percent to $25 billion by 2015

Research sponsored by NetSuite and the Australian Retailers Association (ARA), has revealed key findings pertaining to the adoption of the internet as a channel for the future success of Australian retailers in 2013, based on a joint study conducted by Frost & Sullivan.
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Sun is setting on Aussie Cash

Consumers are now spending three times as much on their credit and debit cards as they withdraw in cash, as the relentless drive to a cashless society accelerates, according to the latest Reserve Bank of Australia statistics.
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Chris Wood, Regional Director, ANZ, Sourcefire 

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Sourcefire is a world leader in intelligent cybersecurity solutions, helping global large-to mid-size organisations and government agencies manage and minimise security risks to their dynamic networks, endpoints, mobile devices and virtual environments.
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Latest products, services and ventures


Nuix 5 unleashes web-enabled eDiscovery | Eaton launches new UPS for small business | Riverbed upgrades Steelhead WAN optimisation software | IronKey Workspace USB Drives Now Certified for Windows To Go | Avaya announces Software-Defined Data Centre framework | Riverbed Technology announces new edge virtual server | Compuware boosts core strengths in advanced...
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Shaji Sethu, Executive General Manager, Oakton Applications