Transformative Thinking Fuels Indonesia ICT Proliferation in 2013

ICT will play a pivotal role in the transformation of the country's economy, and to aid it in achieving its coveted economic goals. As of November 2012, Indonesia continued to grow at an excellent rate mainly due to the influx of foreign direct investment (FDI) and a sustained domestic consumption.

QlikTech Expands Industry Team to Meet Enterprise Demand

As market demand continues for the QlikView Business Discovery platform, QlikTech, (NASDAQ:QLIK) a leader in Business Discovery – user-driven Business Intelligence, today announced that its Industry Market Development team has grown 50 percent over the last year. The team, which is comprised of nine global industry experts that average 20-plus years of experience, brings extensive strategic domain expertise. This focus spans more than 20 industries within eight sectors including: financial services, life sciences, healthcare, communications, public sector, energy and utilities, retail and services, and manufacturing and high tech.

MSP Achieves ROI in First Week of Autotask Implementation

SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA: Autotask Corporation, the world’s leading provider of hosted IT business management software, today released overwhelmingly positive results from recent implementation at Managed Services Provider, Hyperactive IT. In a statement from the client, Autotask showed a return on investment (ROI) in just one week.

IDC - Customer Engagement & Fraud Reduction Drive Initial Big Data Use Cases For Australian FSIs.

Initial Big Data use cases by Australian banking and financial services organisations will be led by marketing, risk analytics and payment fraud management. Big Data deployments in these critical areas will form an extension of existing analytics programs and business-as-usual investments that are already in place, according to a study by IDC Financial Insights.

IDC UC Survey Reveals Building a Business Case for Unified Communications Still Difficult for Australian IT and LOB Leaders

IDC has released its annual Unified Communications and Collaboration Survey which canvassed opinion across 11 Asia-Pacific countries from nearly 700 IT leaders who are directly involved in procurement. 70% of Australian respondents reported less than 500 employees working in country which provides a snapshot of the mid-market sentiment. IDC also recorded responses from 16 different verticals.