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Five areas to watch in big data
David Eaton, Chief Technology Officer, HP New Zealand, takes a closer look at one of the biggest technology trends of today.
M-commerce and wearables drive the growth of mobility
According to IDC, mobility is primed for faster growth in consumer and enterprise markets in the Asia/Pacific region.
Kiwis seek unlimited data plans and video streaming sites
According to Kiwi statistics from the CallPlus network streaming video is up, peer-to-peer sharing is down, and online shoppers are turning to China.
The digital transformation is coming, are you prepared?
This is the year of digital transformation for business, fuelled by the Internet of Everything (IoE), according to Kevin Bloch, Cisco Australia and Ne
2015 ANZ consumers seek synced devices and on-demand online shopping
Mintel predicts in 2015 Australian and New Zealand consumers will turn to smart, synced devices and enhanced online shopping experiences.
The next phase of UC solutions, according to Frost and Sullivan
Frost and Sullivan have said on-premise solutions are to give way to hosted and cloud-based UC solutions in Australia.
Business analysis trends
As the business environment grows in complexity, business analysis will require team, stakeholder and executive collaboration like never before. BAs will need to broaden their thinking and adopt a multi-dimensional approach to provide effective analysis and focus on things that will make a real business impact.
LOL Cats circulate the web
You’ve probably seen these hilarious photos of cute kitties with funny captions circulating the web. Known as "LOLcats"
500 IT contracts to expire soon
According to Ovum's ICT Opportunity Profiler tool, which forecasts ICT spend by type, location, sector and company, the biggest opportunities will come in the financial services, energy and utilities and communications industries.
Technology snares the young
Kids today are entertainment media junkies, spending more than 50 hours a week with their cellphone, music player or game console, according to a US study.