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How predictive analytics will revolutionise healthcare

Dartmouth-Hitchcock Health System is using Microsoft's Cortana Analytics Suite and Microsoft Dynamics to create a new type of healthcare. It will use predictive analytics to focuses on prevention, better care and cutting costs.

How to move to DevOps to drive open networks

It’s time to re-examine traditional IT organizational structures and move toward a cloud-oriented, DevOps-based model. This transformation will be challenging, take time and impact the way networks are built and managed. Here are some recommendations for IT leaders.

Government security breaches decrease: report

Australian government networks are being targeted daily by cyber crooks but improved security has seen the number of ‘confirmed significant compromises’ decrease since 2012, a study has found.

MANAGEMENT CENTRE

CAREERS

Simon Page new JB Hi-Fi CIO

JB Hi-Fi has snared former Australia Post executive, Simon Page, as its new CIO. Page has spent the past two years as GM of technology, retail at Australia Post.

IT GOVERNANCE

It's SysAdmin Day: Let us celebrate with coffee

Ross Derewianko is a systems administrator for Ping Identity, a maker of cross-platform identity management and security software. We spoke to him on SysAdmin Day to get his thoughts on the holiday and on his job.

LEADERSHIP AND MGMT

Delivering results in the new "outcome economy"

The outcome economy is being driven largely by intelligent hardware or Internet of Things.

LEGAL

Lawmakers propose new visa for foreign tech entrepreneurs

A limited effort at some immigration reform emerges in separate proposals from Democrats and Republicans.

OUTSOURCING

Despite H-1B lottery, offshore firms dominate visa use

Offshore outsourcing firms that do most of their work in India remain the largest users of the H-1B visa for computer-related jobs, seemingly unaffected by the odds of the visa lottery, according to new data.

PROJECT MGMT

Digital enterprises are getting VERY personal with customers

Typical medical laboratory reports could hardly be less personal. Whether they're for basic blood work or a battery of tests for serious disease, the black-and-white printouts of results--presenting a sea of cryptic abbreviations and numbers--remain largely indecipherable to the patients whose health depends upon them.

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RESOURCE CENTRE

APPLICATIONS

Delivering results in the new "outcome economy"

The outcome economy is being driven largely by intelligent hardware or Internet of Things.

CLOUD COMPUTING

Global Cloud Xchange offers direct access to AWS

International provider of telecommunications services and subsidiary of Reliance Communications, Global Cloud Xchange (GCX), has announced a direct access to Amazon Web Services (AWS) via its Cloud X Fusion platform.

DATA CENTER

IO appoints new Director of Data Centre Operations in Singapore

Based in Singapore, the newly appointed Aaron Rasmussen will take charge of the operations at IO’s Singapore data centre facility.

IMAGING AND PRINTING

Queensland start-up to 3D print limb of sickly border collie

A Queensland based 3D printing company could soon boast that its tech has helped a deformed border collie’s limb.

INDUSTRIES

Malaysia's nanotechnology initiative targets 30% E&E growth by 2020: MIMOS

Nanotechnology poised to be a new economic drIver as four agreements are signed in Kuala Lumpur during NanoMalaysia Jumpstart seminar.

INTERNET

Why don't tech companies get marketing?

Yelp and Twitter are in trouble, and columnist Rob Enderle says it’s because they fundamentally lack an understanding of how marketing works. Even Apple, once a marketing leader, seems to be faltering.

MOBILE AND WIRELESS

Delivering results in the new "outcome economy"

The outcome economy is being driven largely by intelligent hardware or Internet of Things.

NETWORKING

Wi-Fi sensibility: Not really risky, but not really needed

Windows 10--bear with me--has shipped, but this column isn't about the new operating system, which has received generally positive reviews from our friends at PCWorld and elsewhere. Rather, it's about a feature that started receiving attention a few weeks before release and more on the ship date: Wi-Fi Sense.

OPERATING SYSTEMS

Wi-Fi sensibility: Not really risky, but not really needed

Windows 10--bear with me--has shipped, but this column isn't about the new operating system, which has received generally positive reviews from our friends at PCWorld and elsewhere. Rather, it's about a feature that started receiving attention a few weeks before release and more on the ship date: Wi-Fi Sense.

SECURITY

Blue Coat reveals new Endpoint Alliance ecosystem

Enterprise security vendor, Blue Coat has revealed an Endpoint Alliance ecosystem.

STORAGE

5 things CIOs need to know about data lakes

A data lake is a massive storage repository that can hold all types of data until it is needed for business analytics or data mining. But it's not a panacea for big-data projects.

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BLOGS

A trusted partner

The primary focus for SAS is to build strong and long-lasting relationships with its customers; and its key strategy is proactive and consistent engagement across all customer touch points.

What ICT professionals want

When asking ICT professionals what they’re looking for in their next role, the answer may just surprise.

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