You’ve seen the movies, the colourful boxes at the toy store, and you might’ve even been to one of its many theme parks. That’s right, we’re talking about LEGO – the Danish-owned toy manufacturer of over 400 billion interlocking bricks that have entertained kids and adults alike for nearly a century.
If you use your mobile phone or the web to do most, if not all, of your money management, then you’re a part of the digital revolution that has disrupted the banking and finance world in the last couple of years.
You already know Ping Data won a hotly contested CeBIT PitchFest 2018, pipping runners-up Littlescribe and BenchOn to first place. But what about the other seven start-ups selected as finalists? What innovative ideas did they share?
What qualities does an effective IT leader need to create lasting and dynamic change?
The workplace has changed a lot over the last few decades. It’s becoming increasingly common for staff to work from various locations and there’s a need to communicate with people from all over the world due to organisational globalisation and outsourcing.
Only a decade ago technology chained us to our desks.
We’re very excited to welcome Katherine Squire, General Manager, Application Development and DevOps at ASX to CeBIT 2017.
‘I don’t know if any technology is future-proof,’ Katherine Squire remarked when we posed the question how can you future-proof your infrastructure?
Mobility within the workplace has given businesses the opportunity to operate in a more fluid nature. However, with the opportunity to work in an incredibly flexible environment comes a range of security challenges that need to be strategically thought out and managed.
Technology expands our world, but the size of it is no bigger than a five inch screen.
Using a single device across a variety of tasks not only makes life easier, but it saves time and ensures your IT infrastructure stays in tip-top shape.
Our mobile devices have made our lives handy.
Whether or not it's a dream job, there are probably some tasks an employee dislikes doing (think mountains of paperwork, or the dreaded weekly report).
Rocky Scopelliti, Global Industry Executive – Banking, Finance & Insurance, Global Industries at Telstra discussed the ways technology is changing how we engage and has resulted in the new concept mobile identity.
Rocky Scopelliti, Global Industry Executive Banking, Finance & Insurance Global Industries at Telstra presented Mobile Identity at CeBIT Australia 2016. He discussed the fusion of financial services, mobility and identity by addressing what app features really matter in a mobile first world, and what role mobile plays when delivering a great customer experience.
As in life, the concept of synergy is a magical goal in software development wherein the whole is greater than the sum of its parts.
There’s nothing more satisfying than growing your business: seeing your team expand in size and confidence, boldly venturing onto cool new clients and knowing that all your blood, sweat and tears are paying off.
Mirror mirror on the wall, who’s the fairest of them all?
We are looking to the future with the launch of our CeBIT Australia 2017 agenda. As the largest and longest running technology conference and exhibition in the Asia-Pacific, we pride ourselves on bringing together a diverse array of experts from around the world.
Our mobile devices are fast becoming the lense through which we experience life.
Amanda Ogilvie, from the Australian Chamber’s Biz Better Together initiative, talks to Jo Burston, CEO of Inspiring Rare Birds, about the opportunities for Australian women entrepreneurs.
Mobile applications account for more than half of Internet usage.
Mobility is revolutionising the workforce, there’s no doubt about it. But what’s critical to understand is how mobile can drive efficiencies for businesses.
Businesses gleefully jump on the newest technology bandwagons, when what they must be asking, according to Scott Monty, the CEO and founder of Scott Monty Strategies, is: Should we?
In May 2007, CIO Magazine wrote a piece called Telecommute.
With more than 15 million Australians now owning a smartphone and some 12 million owning a tablet, it’s impossible to avoid the presence of mobile devices in the workplace (whether you officially allow them or not).
You’ve had a lightbulb moment and come up with a brilliant new app idea that combines productivity and messaging. Having a great idea is one thing, selling it to management is quite another.
IP telephony, cable modems and biometrics - those were the topics shaping the business technology landscape in 2001 when CeBIT Australia opened its doors for the very first time.
Recently bought a smartwatch? Hands up if you’ve received a message and experienced the crippling confusion of how to actually respond to it. It turns out you currently can’t do this easily... unless you’re happy to rely on voice dictation, or the ability to time travel into the near future (if that’s the case then the following won’t come as much of a surprise).