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Ovum forecasts big data software to grow by 50%

According to Ovum’s latest market size and forecast report on information management software*, the big data software market will grow nearly sixfold by 2019. Practice Leader, and co-author of the report, Tom Pringle, said, “The experimental era of big data is coming to an end, organizations are formalizing their use of big data technology...
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Against a backdrop of media reports of a growing dissatisfaction with corporate IT, LANDESK has announced a new global report which compares the experience of Australian IT end users with their IT departments compared to their global counterparts.
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20% of businesses risk not meeting security, legal and regulatory requirements

Dell recently announced that one in five (20 percent) businesses in Australia and New Zealand (ANZ) are running Windows Server 2003 or older, according to the findings of a new study conducted by independent analyst firm Telsyte and commissioned by Dell.
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Australian business pioneers hungry to collaborate with competitors

Blue Jeans Network, the global leader in cloud-based video collaboration services, has revealed new research indicating that a small number of Australian businesses are looking to collaborate with their competitors in order to advance the industry they work in, drive innovation and build the market.
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Survey finds lack of executive leadership for Agile deployments in Australia

More than one in three organisations in Australia claim that the lack of top down executive leadership and overall C-level engagement within the business is plaguing current plans to deploy Agile management methodologies within their organisations.
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Australian Big Data projects held back by insufficient existing infrastructure

Genesys, a market leader in omnichannel customer experience (CX) and contact centre solutions, has released a global study revealing that an upsurge of CX investment by Australasian companies over the next three years will accelerate their digital transformation and pave the way for innovation.
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Multiple viewing platforms compete for consumer attention

The global digital media entertainment market continues to go from strength to strength in 2015. This highly competitive industry sector is flourishing on the back of improved mobile and broadband infrastructure and consumers continue to embrace being entertained and connected via gaming, social media, video streaming and music.
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Australasian companies taking charge of digital transformation

An upsurge of CX investment by Australasian companies over the next three years will accelerate their digital transformation and pave the way for innovation.
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All the bottom-line action

Deal to accelerate NBN rollout comes into effect | Bechtel signs with Aconex | Mawarnkarra Health Service Awards BPM contract to Promapp | Elastica expands to Australia with Cisco and Telstra | Adlib partners with Astral to support enterprise content management requirements in Australia
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Retail chains, shopping centres, telecommunications, banking and fast foods are the fastest growing segments

A better market understanding of the benefits of digital signage solutions has seen Australia’s digital signage market evolve from just replacing a poster with a screen five years ago, to now incorporating a wide range of features including interactivity.
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Demand for enterprise mobile apps will outstrip available development capacity

According to Gartner, employees in today's digital workplace use an average of three different devices in their daily routine, which will increase to five or six devices as technologies such as wearable devices and the Internet of Things (IoT) eventually become mainstream.
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The rise of the ‘GranTechie’: closing the generational gap

nbn research reveals 35 per cent of grandparents use video calling apps to keep in-touch with their grandchildren. Move over Millennials and watch out GenZ, Aussie grandparents are some of the fastest growing tech users in the country.
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Chris Poulos, Vice President Asia Pacific and Japan, Delphix