Issues

NBN Co to unleash fibre speeds for cable

NBN Co to unleash fibre speeds for cable customers | iAwards nominations close March 25 | Wellington NZ looking to nab Aussie tech talent | Aussie tech IPOs set to surge | Fujitsu secures first two NABERS data centre ratings in NSW
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Smartphone culture hampering classroom productivity

A study by Dell has found that up to 70 percent of Aussie students are browsing social media sites in class rather than focusing on the lesson, hampering their grades in the process.
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Top 10 strategic technologies impacting global education in 2015: Gartner

Education institutions in Australia will spend A$2.6 billion on technology products and services in 2015, up 4.9 percent from 2014. In New Zealand, technology spending in the education sector will total NZ$362 million in 2015, an increase of 1.9 percent over 2014.
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All the bottom-line action

SimpliVity raises $175M in series D funding | Dubber signs distribution agreement with Inference Solutions | Huawei and Australian Technology Network of Universities partner | Salesforce joins forces with the Australian startup ecosystem
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Latest products, services and ventures

Solgari Solutions expands into Asia Pacific | Avaya extends SDN simplicity to the user edge with fabric networking architecture | Clarity Grader 2.0—demand readability & content analysis plug-in for Adobe Experience Manager | Imation adds IronKey S1000 products to world’s most secure family of USB storage devices | Tenable Network Security introduces agent-based scanning...
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Who’s who of Aussie ICT

REDUXO | UNICO | UNIFIED | DECISIVE SOLUTIONS | DAMSTRA | MINEMAP has been at the forefront of providing cost effective and innovative software solutions for the mining industry, as one of the earliest entrants to the company’s creativity, flexibility and strong commitment to R&D.
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A snapshot of changing roles

Former CIO for the DOE joins the Ovum team | Stuart Nixon joins Spookfish as Strategic Advisor | Elliott appointed Fairfax Media’s chief information officer | Cloud Plus expands with two account executives
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Who says IT is boring?

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Technology has completely changed the way entrepreneurs live and work over the course of the RustReport’s fifteen years and the revolution shows no signs of slowing down.
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Cash could be phased out within a decade

Cash could be phased out within a decade: ANU | Netflix launches in ANZ on March 24 adding pressures for local Quickflix | ATO chief signals audit to target tech giant use of havens | Griffith University wins global innovation award with the help of Integral
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OZ research reveals the competitive advantage of IoT

A new Australian report into the application of the Internet of Things has highlighted the significant cost, revenue and productivity benefits for adopting companies, but also revealed an high level of business indifference to the technology.
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ANZ organisations spend up on BI and analytics: Gartner

The global business intelligence (BI) and analytics software market is projected to grow 6.9 percent in 2015, with sales predicted to total US$16.5 billion, up from $15.4 billion in 2014, according to Gartner.
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All the bottom-line action

Cochlear embraces digital-first world with OpenText | Spark NZ enters conditional agreement for the sale of Telecom Rental | HP to acquire Aruba Networks | TNT chooses Verizon | RedFlow sells first large scale energy storage system | Telstra cements re-seller agreement with Presto | Empired secures NZD$12m ‘Cohesion’ contract with Ministry for Primary...
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John Ridge, Executive Director, ACS Foundation