Subscribing to disruption – Zuora founder Tien Tzuo

The shift to a subscription economy promises to change many businesses says Zuora’s Tien Tzuo


Putting machine learning into wine

Two South Australian students are showing how the wine industry can use machine learning and cloud computing


The three S’s of employee engagement

How do we engage with an always on, connected workforce?


Looking beyond the bro culture

The mapping of Nairobi’s Matatu minibus network and AirBnB’s Cuban ambitions show how apps could change the developing world

Samsung pins its hopes on the Internet of Things

Samsung’s launch of a Smart Things home hub is a step forward for the company looking to pivot from the smartphone market

Avoiding the next wave of tech carnage

Today’s high growth businesses could be in tomorrow’s deadpool

The Age of Rattling the Cage

We’re in a time where when taking risk is the lowest risk in business says VMWare CEO Pat Gelsinger

Dealing with an app driven world

The challenge of dealing with a app driven, mobile workforce isn’t just one for technology companies.

Does broadband really create an innovative economy?

Building a competitive nation is more than just rolling out broadband connections

Developing the world of trustworthy data

Recent security problems start focusing the minds of those designing the Internet of Things and connected cars

Researching the next generation of wearables

The Obama Administration teams with industry to develop a Silicon Valley based wearable tech hub

Pricing the friendly skies

The dynamic pricing of GoGo’s inflight Wi-Fi is a marker for the future of many industries.

Why do we still use fax machines?

Fax machines were once a standard form of business communication, today they are a superseded transition effect. Why do still use them?