Think of them as the four technology superpowers: cloud, mobile, AI and edge computing. And while each is a powerful and transformative idea in its own right, the real magic happens when they are used in unison. That’s the message VMWare CEO Patrick Gelsinger imparted onto delegates at VMWorld in

VMware unveiled new innovations to its intelligence-driven digital workspace platform, Workspace ONE, designed to accelerate how workspace services can be secured, delivered and consumed in the modern workforce. The company says organisations can now take advantage of solutions that accelerate the adoption of modern management as they fully transition to

RMIT Online is launching two new blockchain courses to meet the predicted demand for workers with a command of the distributed ledger technology. In partnership with Accenture and fintech hub Stone & Chalk, two six week courses — Designing Blockchain Solutions and Developing Blockchain Applications — will commence later this

How an organisation approaches emerging technology and innovation is influenced considerably by the sector it operates in. A point underscored by the strategies taken by executives from Australian mining company Roy Hill and online retailer The Iconic. While one organisation is largely concerned with the efficiencies of mining and transporting

Australian businesses are increasingly looking at the opportunity to share assets as they are put under new competitive pressures from globally insurgent competitors, according to a new study. That will help drive the value of the sharing economy in Australia from $14.5 billion in 2016 to more than $55 billion

VMware will acquire CloudHealth Technologies. The deal reflects the growing importance of operations management in diffuse cloud environments that string together public and private clouds. CloudHealth Technologies delivers a cloud operations platform across AWS, Microsoft Azure and Google Cloud for its 3000 clients which includes brands like Yelp, Dow Jones, Zendesk,

VMware says its new Cloud Operations Services are designed to help IT departments deliver a software-as-a-service based multi-cloud platform with a particular focus on automation, analytics, cost management and compliance. As cloud has taken hold in corporate environments, CIOs have increasingly found themselves grappling with services that span the gamut

Digital infrastructure provider VMware and Amazon Web Services (AWS) have extended the footprint of their global relationship to now make VMware Cloud available via AWS’s Sydney facilities. VMware also announced new capabilities it says will help organisations around the globe to rapidly migrate applications and data centers to a secure

Research by consultants such as McKinsey & Company provides strong empirical support for the commercial proposition behind diversity – businesses with more diverse leadership teams make more money. There is a simple reason for this. To solve problems with the best and most sustainable solutions it helps to have as

Emerging technology is providing innovative ways to disrupt traditional business models but the solutions often have a limited use case, according to Stephen Moore, SAP Australian and New Zealand executive director. Following a panel discussion in Sydney Moore spoke to Which-50 about emerging technology and how his clients are approaching innovation.