Technology jobs snatched up as skills gap closes
Australia’s technology skills gap has closed by 29 per cent over the last two years.
Retailers targeted by sophisticated ModPOS malware
The ModPOS malware has already hit multiple national retailers and compromised millions of cards.
6 CRM predictions for 2016
Experts in sales, marketing and customer relationship management share their thoughts regarding which CRM features and trends will be the most buzzed about in the year ahead.
A deal between standards groups could help make home IoT easier
The OIC standards group is buying the assets of the Universal Plug and Play Forum.
Imagining a future where new skills are no help
Questions remain about automation's impact.
How to tackle change management in an era of automation
CIOs must revamp IT systems, processes and staff roles, thanks to the rise of automation facilitated by artificial intelligence, machine learning, Internet of Things and analytics.
How machine learning will affect your business
Machine learning won't replace all of your employees with computers or suddenly double your revenue, so how does it change the way businesses operate?
5 IT industry predictions for 2016 from Forrester and IDC
The continued dominance of the cloud, and the continued shortage of talent paint a perplexing picture of the state of IT next year.
Weather Company forecasts more big data for IBM Watson Analytics
IBM acquired the Weather Company for its capability to analyze and gain insights from a vast array of sensors situated on planes, trains, automobiles and other machines. CIO Bryson Koehler discusses some of the other opportunities the companies might have.
Businesses and governments in SEA more likely to be targeted with cyber attacks
According to a new report from FireEye and Singtel, Thailand and Philippines faced the hardest hit, with 40 percent and 39 percent of observed organisations exposed to advanced cyber attacks, respectively.