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The implications of digital disruption for boards – John Colvin, Colvin Consulting

It is clear to most of us that we are at the early stages of the greatest transformation of industry structures, business models and the nature of work that the world has ever seen. These changes have the potential to impact all businesses and most categories of work.
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Crossing the second chasm initiatives – Hani Iskander, Cube Capital

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Australia is a fertile land for cultivating tech companies. The majority succeed in crossing Moore’s Chasm but seem overwhelmed by the thought of crossing the Second Chasm: to double and double again in size and enterprise value. A feat that cannot be achieved internally by the sales and marketing team. Organic growth has its...
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Four key characteristics that make a city smart — Babar Jan-Haleem, Director – Big Data & Analytics Specialist Team, Oracle Asia Pacific

When you ponder the term 'smart city', it's easy to conjure up images of modern, urban centres - but this doesn't have to be the case. The smart city concept is increasingly being embraced by older, established centres keen to take advantage of the huge benefits on offer.
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2016: The year of the process, Ivan Seselj, CEO, Promapp

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At some point every business needs to take a step back in order to get a more holistic view of its operations. Which business processes are really working and which aren’t?
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How an attitude of scarcity is hurting resellers and customers

An unsettling attitude is washing through the software reseller channel – and it’s affecting, vendors, resellers and customers alike. Dubbed an ‘attitude of scarcity’, it’s the widespread feeling that there is never enough to go around.
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Siloed approach to IT causing inefficiency, higher costs for healthcare providers

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Much of today's modern healthcare system relies on large, complex organisations that have grown and expanded their capabilities over time. Comprising a wide range of departments with deep skills and expertise, they provide professional care to large numbers of patients every day.
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ACS Foundation 2016 BiG Day In Kicks off

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The ACS Foundation (ACSF) ensured over 2,000 senior secondary and university students benefitted from the insights of more than 50 experienced technology professionals at a career event with a difference, the BiG Day In, held at University of Technology
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‘House of cards’ falls to immutable wisdom – UltraServe VP Technology Troy Fisher

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I declare, I have seen the light although I was mired in doubt to start with. What held me back from accepting the cloud into my life was fear - the terror of losing control.
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Ian Bertram Global Manager Analytics and Business Intelligence Research, Gartner

Ahead of the Gartner Business Intelligence, Analytics and Information Management Summit in Sydney, we asked the global manager of the Analytics and Business Intelligence Research team Ian Bertram about the latest market trends and what Australian organizations are focusing on this year.
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Infrastructure Australia and PriceWaterhouseCoopers weigh into the NBN debate: Paul Budde

Both Infrastructure Australia and PriceWaterhouseCoopers (PwC) have now weighed into the NBN debate. They have looked at the value of the NBN in relation to the future sale of the company. The eventual privatisation of the NBN is one of the few areas on which both sides of politics agree. That being the case then...
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The role of APIs in the evolving healthcare sector—Jonathan Stern, Regional VP ANZ, MuleSoft

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The combination of an aging population and longer average life spans is putting increasing pressure on healthcare systems around the world. Existing facilities are struggling to cope with demand, while healthcare-related spending is consuming growing proportions of national budgets.
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How gamification can help you prepare for new world 1:1 marketing — Stephen Schwalger, PAG Digital

It wasn't long ago that fast food chains, restaurants, clubs and hotels didn't really need to create or maintain customer databases. Good marketing at the macro level – possibly advertising supported by strategic sponsorships – seemed enough to ensure customers would keep on walking in through the front door.
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Leah Rankin, Vice President of Product and Engineering at nearmap