Technology

Global captains of Technology and Telecommunications on a unity ticket @MWC

At the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona this year, the sense that civilisation is on the cusp of what is now coming to be known as the ‘fourth industrial revolution’…

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Disrupt and digitise, but be smart about it.

Digital transformation requires smart decision making and a whole-of-organisation perspective which is just as relevant to privately owned organisations as it is to government.

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Drive carefully: robotic cars still have some twists to negotiate

Earlier this month, I attended the International Driverless Cars conference at the Adelaide Convention Centre. There was a lot of pre-conference hype from local media about the test drive that…

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Microsoft – are they trendy again?

We all know fashion cycles are cyclical, every generation seems intent on re-living the sins of their elders, from dusting off a pair of flares to wearing dad’s Hawaiian shirt.

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The disruptive impact of the eSIM: your relationship with your telco will never be the same

Apple and Samsung are signalling an intention to move to a digital e-SIM in their next generation of mobile handsets. While at face value this may seem a minor shift,…

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Attack of the zombies

Zombies are infecting our mobile devices, depleting our data and battery resources and costing advertisers over $1B per annum.

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Into the playpen. . . agile working – the future, musings and experience.

Agile working is all the rage. Take it from me. I see and hear it all the time and I’ve got to say, I am really starting to understand why.…

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AFL, NRL, A-League or League of Legends: Will electronic gaming be the next big sport?

Playing video games has become serious business. Parents who believed that video games were a waste of time may be surprised that their children can now receive scholarships to some…

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Internet of Things: Opportunity Australia

Australia is a nation of incredibly inventive, dynamic, resilient and pragmatic people. These characteristics have served us well over many generations and led to great technological inventions.

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BEWARE technology traps

Right across corporate Australia, companies are utilising technology in ways not possible even just a few short years ago. Incredible advancements in devices, infrastructure, software solutions and telecommunications have powered…

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The future of television – consumers win

Australians have never had so much choice when it comes to viewing media content and unsurprisingly we are viewing more content than ever. In the average month: Each Australian watches…

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Working Out Loud #WOL

I’ve started to ‘Work Out Loud’. The term ‘Working out loud’ (WOL) was coined by Bryce Williams and is a way of gaining value from collaboration, often through social networks.…

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Disruption starts with me: changing role of the CIO

A long time ago, there was The Controller CIO role – chief of the technology domain. The job was simple – round up the people, processes and assets that looked…

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