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How AI and cloud technology can shape corporate communications
"Improvements in AI will allow for greater visual representations of data during virtual meetings."
Why the data warehouse is back and better than ever
"The transformation begins by empowering employees to access a deep pool of data."
Event Thinking: What it is and why you need it
"The term refers to what Gartner also calls real-time situational awareness, namely, systems immediately detecting and responding when certain conditions are met."
Opinion: Should Huawei be taking shots at its critics?
“ASPI seems to have an unhealthy fixation on our company that has crossed the threshold of independent fact-based thinking to become the “go to” organisation for all things anti-China.”
How AI benefits customer service
"Machine learning and artificial intelligence can be used to find context in the tons of data that flow in and out of customer-facing organisations every day."
Jobs of the future: Will humans outmatch AI co-workers
"Regardless of how the workforce changes, automation, data and algorithms will complement rather than replace human employees."
How to gain an edge with data analytics in 2019
"With greater reliance on AI and machine learning comes human hesitation about the trustworthiness of model-driven recommendations."
How CIOs can work with colleagues to drive new competitive advantages
"If recent history has taught us anything, it’s that the role of the CIO is always changing, and that it won’t stop changing anytime soon."
How Australia's energy market can be a case study for data rights
"There is clearly a need to rethink how electricity consumption information is exchanged."
Why Australian organisations must adapt to survive in the digital age
"Australian organisations need to ensure that their key IT architectures are adaptable."
How to use your data skills to keep a step ahead
"To remain competitive, businesses must think of good data management as a team sport."
How data silos can kill your business
"When data is siloed and hard to share it can have a devastating effect on the health of a business."
How to apply machine learning to assist digital transformation projects
"It is very important to have a mechanism to collect information and data that provides a view of project success based on characteristics."
Why APIs hold the key to a killer customer experience
"APIs can make it possible for companies to build rich and accurate profiles of their customers by aggregating data about them from multiple computer systems."
How mass data fragmentation impacts business growth and compliance readiness
"About 44% of Australian businesses use six or more solutions to try to manage fragmented data sources and repositories."
The secret to scaling DevOps in the digital era
"Organisations around the world have learnt at a cost that while agile DevOps methodologies can result in improved outcomes within teams and projects, they have a propensity to fail miserably."
How data helps A/NZ enterprises shine
"Mobile computing, artificial intelligence and the cloud are collectively redefining the relationships between companies and customers."
How machine learning can help businesses plan on the go
"Adopting innovative planning models and tools makes it possible for enterprises to respond flexibly and quickly to changing market conditions."
The forces that will shape cloud management in 2019
Australian businesses have been forecast to spend almost $5.6 billion on public cloud services in 2019.
The pillars of ethical automation
"As the builders and users of autonomous systems, it’s important that we consider what ethical automation should look like."
Disruption in the supply chain: Why IT resilience is a collective responsibility
"A truly resilient organisation will invest in building strong relationships while the sun shines so they can draw on goodwill when it rains."
IoT and real-time visibility: The future of intelligent enterprise
"Given the enormous potential of IoT, any companies that don’t act will risk falling behind."
Australian businesses get serious about SD-WAN
"SD-WAN is doing to enterprise networks what virtualisation did to enterprise data centres almost a decade ago, but it's happening much faster."
Capitalising on exponential IT
"Exponential IT must be a way of life, not just an endpoint."