“Contrary to popular belief, moving to the cloud does not make software licensing challenges disappear…”
Stories by Edited by James Henderson
For the first 30 years of its life, mobile communications felt like a standalone industry with its own technology, services, vendors, and service providers.
“Blockbuster is a great example of a business that failed to identify that they were being disrupted - and failed to act in time as a result.”
His ’reality distortion field’, in other words his ability to bring people round to his way of thinking, is well known and admired.
Industry expert Brendan Ritchie, CEO, DTS asks... How do 40 odd ISP’s continue to exist when between them they only hold 3.4% of a small broadband market?
The financial impact of employee absence is significant, yet managing it is increasingly complicated, time consuming and expensive.
REANNZ CEO Steve Cotter believes that only with borderless technology can science, education and innovation truly flourish in New Zealand.
“A traditional view holds that information technologists generate way too much jargon but I think we have flipped to the exact opposite problem.”
Kiwi organisations must adopt multi-layered DDoS protection solutions, using on-premise equipment coupled with cloud-based services.
While MacGyver relied heavily on his brains and his ingenuity, he didn’t fashion solutions out of thin air - there was always something close at hand that he could use to solve the problem.
“Don’t let the salesperson persuade you that his company’s opinion is gospel truth – it isn’t."
David Reiss, Business technology specialist, Spark Digital, admits true innovation is hard. So hard, in fact, that the majority of established businesses aren't successful at it.
Many pundits throughout the world are anticipating a high-growth year as cloud technologies continue to mature, Jon Summers, Senior Vice President, Growth Platforms - AT&T says Asia Pacific is no exception.
How should we protect strategic data on mobile devices used to build, test, and support apps? The answer looks something like this…
“Like many technical topics in the “big data” realm, marketing analytics is very exciting for insiders, but for most people it probably sounds like just another over-hyped, invasive way to sell a little more mouthwash.”