Samira Sarraf

Senior Writer

With years of experience covering technology and business across the IT channel, Samira Sarraf now reports for Computerworld Australia on all aspects of enterprise ICT.

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The services that slowed Australian IT growth in 2020

The services that slowed Australian IT growth in 2020

Spend on IT services flattens in Australia, as outsourcing and custom application development decline. IDC sees higher growth in 2021.

Why Australia shines as a centre for quantum computing

Why Australia shines as a centre for quantum computing

The country is home to one of the highest concentrations of quantum research groups in the world, now joined by the Sydney Quantum Academy.

Australian broadband has gotten faster during the pandemic

Australian broadband has gotten faster during the pandemic

ACCC’s latest broadband report shows that providers achieved up to 98.5% of maximum plan speed on the NBN.

Darwin should be a data centre powerhouse: report

Darwin should be a data centre powerhouse: report

A Northern Territory government commission also recommends a digital infrastructure strategy for the region to grow the ICT and space industries and the skills needed to support them.

How Viva Energy solved integration problems to put customers first

How Viva Energy solved integration problems to put customers first

The digital team at the Australian fuel provider built APIs that solve the business integration problems and helped to reshape the organisation’s interaction with its customers.

How technology can help Australia recover from COVID-19

How technology can help Australia recover from COVID-19

Austrade and CSIRO’s Data61 report claims decades’ worth of digital transformation occurred within the space of a few months.

Why Western Australia wants data scientists

Why Western Australia wants data scientists

With 70% of the country’s goods export coming from the mining industry, it is not a surprise that the industry is looking to tap into the value of data through data scientists.

New South Wales realises the benefits of working from home

New South Wales realises the benefits of working from home

Australia’s most populous state could be moving to a combination of workers sharing their weekdays between the office and home.

Swinburne University launches AWS-focused cloud degree

Swinburne University launches AWS-focused cloud degree

The vocational program is meant to get students into entry-level cloud jobs a year faster than a standard degree.

How City of Unley is delivering its digital strategy

How City of Unley is delivering its digital strategy

From hyperconverged infrastructure to smart cities, South Australia’s City of Unley rebuilds its infrastructure to deliver better services to the community.

IT job opportunities steady in Australia after June peak

IT job opportunities steady in Australia after June peak

IT job opportunities remain positive as Australia recovers from the coronavirus pandemic and unemployment rates in the industry changes slightly to a positive result.

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