The failure to properly manage and use the growing volume of digital data is costing the economy billions of dollars each year, according to new Australian research.

Wednesday, 19 October 2011 02:20

IT at forefront of 21st century 'revolution'

Global politics and the global economy are being shaped by IT. Well, that's the view of one of the world's biggest and influential market analyst firms who predict that the world's economic problems won't stop IT investment and, in fact, is now the primary driver of business growth with 350 companies this year alone investing more than $1 billion in IT.

Published in Market

It has been said that when an online service is free of charge, 'you' are the product that is being sold, so with social networking now 'legitimised' even further by Google+, no-one should be nonplussed about the ongoing privacy implications.

Published in Fuzzy Logic
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