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Quantum computing one step closer to commercialisation
“Building and operating the CQ chip requires measurements to be successfully performed at the very limits of what can be achieved technologically in the world today."
How Australian businesses can work smarter and faster with new-generation technology
Organisations that embrace disruption and prioritise investment in these technologies will reap the benefits and be able to work smarter and faster in the digital age.
Interview: RSA explains security in the epoch of IT disruption
We discussed cybersecurity in terms of how it fits into business continuity, as well as the threat landscape, and what RSA is currently doing to assist businesses that need protection.
Cambridge Quantum Computing teams up with CERN to advance quantum technologies
Cambridge Quantum Computing (CQC) is looking to explore and advance the application of quantum technologies to particle physics as part of the QUATERNION project in the CERN openlab.
New programme addresses skills shortage as tech shakes up primary industries
"Technology is driving transformation in agrifood and fibre at an incredible speed, so it’s vital we move quickly to ensure the education system meets the requirements of what businesses need to be innovative."
Organisational disruption and funding shortfalls key challenges for government CIOs
“For many government CIOs, disruption will affect their IT budget growth, and the funding and launch of new business initiatives will suffer."
Speed of technological change calls for better regulations, new study finds
“Disruption is here to stay and it is important that regulators are able to keep pace, but also balance that speed with decisions that are based on consideration of stakeholder concerns."
Australian tech platform signs major global contracts
"The cost of non-compliance can be detrimental for businesses."
Network infrastructure in 2019 stagnated, expert says
"As the large part of ongoing development is looking promising, 2020 may bring further advancements, especially if new technologies and solutions will be integrated and adopted on a wider scale."
Disruptionware emerges as newest and nastiest cyber threat
Forescout and ICIT research has identified the rise of disruptionware and its threat to particularly operational technology environments.
Forget disruption, you should be worrying about our lack of tech
According to the new report, ‘New Zealand, technology and productivity’, it isn’t that New Zealand has too much technology it’s that we don’t have enough.
IT disruption in Aussie business ‘alarming’
One in five Australian small businesses lose more than a month each year due to IT woes
Xinja can now officially call itself a bank
The ‘neo’bank that is focused on being a digital disruptor to traditional financial institutions has received a restricted banking license from APRA.
Waikato businesses great at ideation but stumble at commercialisation, says expert
The Waikato might be one of the best at producing innovative ideas, but it’s not so good at commercialising them.
AI dominating twitter mentions from top influencers during Q1 2018, says GlobalData
GlobalData says AI is way ahead of other disruptive technologies in terms of influencer mentions with over 25% share of overall discussions.
Comms industry needs to invest in AI to prevent disruption - Accenture
Accenture’s ‘Disruptability Index’ shows that the communications industry should invest in AI to take advantage of recognisable disruption patterns.
How cloud innovation is disrupting the automotive industry
Oracle talks about how the data and cloud revolution is disrupting the automotive industry.
Asia Pacific CIOs leading adoption of disruptive technologies - Gartner
CIOs in Asia Pacific have been faster to adopt technologies such as IoT, AI, conversational interfaces, and blockchain.
Salesforce CEO on the power of disruption and mindfulness in leaders
“We need to constantly be open to new ideas and approaches, such as artificial intelligence (AI), and be willing to challenge assumptions.”
DX driving Philippines outsourcing market to US$500m by 2021
DX is helping drive IT outsourcing spend upwards in the Philippines, but multiyear and multimillion-peso deals are decreasing says IDC.
Aussie CEOs: Ready to be disruptors, not the disrupted
“The majority of CEOs expected headcount growth into the future. Australia needs to grow the pie, not slice it in different portions."
Disrupt or be disrupted - Gartner
Companies need to exploit vertical market expertise and technology talent for success.
Techweek 17 takes over New Zealand starting tomorrow
"Techweek is also about getting the kids of New Zealand involved. I am really looking forward to watching the kids run a Code Club at the Beehive."
Goodbye 2016: A look back at this year's IT industry
The Internet of Things, cyber security, digital transformation, a new budget, Trump… Oh how 2016 was a tumultuous year for the world.