CIOoutlook names Cyara as one of APAC's most promising QA/Testing solutions in 2015. This recognition highlights Cyara’s ability to help companies accelerate innovation in voice and digital channels at scale (
By 2020, more than 50% of government agencies with direct citizen engagement missions will direct at least 25% of their programmatic budget to 3rd Platform technologies and IoT, according to IDC Government Insights. To achieve the intended benefits of the citizen experience, innovation will not only come in the form of new digital channels but also as a more comprehensive approach to redefining the citizen experience.
According to “The 2015 Global Innovation Economy Survey: Insights and Analysis on Current State and Future Plans” produced by Leading Edge Only and BizTechReports, 88 percent of respondents consider innovation to be a major element of their product development initiatives, while 86 percent view innovation as a key element in new technology development.
The reach of IPTV services continues to transcend the traditional sectors of entertainment and media and is being adapted progressively into areas where big data video collation is integral to innovation.
AIIA unveils SmartICT 2014: A vision for sustained national prosperity
December is the time of year when authorities of every ilk look back on what happened in their areas of expertise in the year just past and make predictions for the year ahead. We take a look at what some of the leading cloud luminaries are saying.
Universities Australia - the body representing the nation’s universities - has taken heart from federal education minister Chris Pyne voicing his support for its ‘Keep It Clever’ lobbying campaign in support of university education in Australia.
CA Technologies and IDG Ventures Team Up to Drive Innovation in the Indian Enterprise Software market
CA Technologies invests in IDG Ventures India Fund II LLC as a Strategic LP
IIA calls on government to remove the hand brake from Australian high tech start-ups IIA calls on government to give more oxygen to Australian high tech start-ups
Dell Redefines the Economics of Enterprise Storage, Unveiling New Mid-Tier Storage Arrays for Asia-Pacific Region
Dell enters the mid-range fibre channel storage market with full-featured, enterprise storage arrays first launched throughout the Asia-Pacific region All-flash and hybrid array options offer enterprise-class performance for mid-tier deployments with all-flash solution costing up to 76 percent less than competing arrays1 Dell extends innovative offer of all-flash performance for the price of hard disks to a new class of storage arrays2 New arrays, designed to support various workload demands, can host up to 10,000 Microsoft Exchange user mailboxes in a single 2U SAN3