Media management and distribution company Dubsat has launched an iPhone app for its industry-leading MediaPro software, which is used by advertising agencies, post-production houses and brands to quality-check, deliver, repurpose and access TV and radio advertisements.
Cloud computing systems are inherently no less secure than traditional on-premises IT environments and, as the popularity of cloud increases, are becoming subject to much the same sort of attacks as on-premises systems.
James Murdoch has emerged from the heavy challenges that plagued News Corp over the last few years with a stronger sense of leadership and perseverance he revealed at the MIPCOM conference last month. Murdoch, currently co-chief operating officer at 21st Century Fox, said, “you have to lead through those things. All of your colleagues are going through the same thing that you are, even if you’re more high profile. And you have to enable them to help you,” he said.
It’s well-known that the cloud computing readily available on a pay-by-credit-card basis has been one of the biggest contributors to the rise of 'shadow IT' - business units within enterprises bypassing their internal IT departments to gain, generally faster, access to the computer and storage resources needed to run their applications.
A lot of hype is given to large scale trade promotion system implementations. However, an affordable implementation that can be effectively scaled can provide spectacular results for the small to medium enterprise sector without the stratospheric price tag.
Financial managers within Australia's mid to large-sized companies are proving slow adopters of cloud computing, despite its growing popularity among many Australian businesses, according to a survey of more than 150 organisations.
"Australian businesses," says the Sage Business Index 2014 "are optimistic about their own prospects, scoring their confidence at 63.71 points out of 100 [and] are more confident than many other countries when it comes to their national economy scoring it at 54.52, 2.89 points above the global average."
A new national industry body, the Australian Digital and Telecommunications Industry Association (ADTIA) has been formed with the aim of remedying the shortage of skills in Australia's telecommunications industry, including the pressing needs of the NBN rollout.
“A bar owner spoke of his disgust after he was forced to close his premises for an entire day last week, after workmen hit a gas pipe at Market Square.” So ran the report in Northern Ireland's Ulster Star newspaper.
Nokia is back. And this time, it has prepared itself to fight Apple.
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