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. Contact samira_sarraf@idg.com.au

Work-from-home drives up PC sales in Australia

ASX commercialises its financial data science platform

ASX commercialises its financial data science platform

The Australian Securities Exchange data science platform DataSphere is now open to third parties for “controlled and governed” collaboration.

3 IT-orientated skills among Aussies’ most popular LinkedIn courses

3 IT-orientated skills among Aussies’ most popular LinkedIn courses

With the jobs market more competitive and jobs harder to find, people have spent much more time taking courses than a year ago.

How COVID-19 has changed the way Aussie IT projects are delivered

How COVID-19 has changed the way Aussie IT projects are delivered

In the heat of the crisis, IT organisations adapted their processes to gain speed and adjust goals. But they did so ‘on the fly’, not based on planned flexibility, a survey finds.

How Australia is using AI, sensors, and more to tackle bushfires

How Australia is using AI, sensors, and more to tackle bushfires

The New South Wales and federal governments are both evaluating and helping develop new technologies to better detect, model, and communicate around devastating bushfires.

2020 Australia tech conference guide

2020 Australia tech conference guide

Computerworld Australia’s updated guide to in-person and virtual events for technology and IT pros.

Australian companies’ tech priorities for the post-pandemic era

Australian companies’ tech priorities for the post-pandemic era

Australian organisations are prioritising investments in artificial intelligence (AI), blockchain, cloud and edge computing—while keeping a clear eye on the budget.

City West Water shares its secret to a successful Microsoft 365 upgrade

City West Water shares its secret to a successful Microsoft 365 upgrade

The Melbourne water and waste management organisation talks about the decisions made to provide a modern workplace to staff and how it had to change plans in the face of COVID-19.

Cost, flexibility drive SD-WAN adoption in Australia

Cost, flexibility drive SD-WAN adoption in Australia

The uptake of SD-WAN by Australian enterprises has moved more quickly compared to other countries, according to GlobalData.

What you need to know to become an automation engineer in Australia

What you need to know to become an automation engineer in Australia

Looking for jobs has significantly changed in the last three decades from when people would knock on doors of companies to deliver their resumes in person, to doing so with one click on employment sites like SEEK, Indeed and even...

Australian IT unemployment rises, with 6,900 out of work in May

Australian IT unemployment rises, with 6,900 out of work in May

The number of unemployed IT workers in Australia has increased in line with national trends during the COVID-19 pandemic, with 6,900 professionals unemployed in May, according to the latest ABS data.

Scaling down: How Joval Wine Group saved on IT costs during COVID-19

Scaling down: How Joval Wine Group saved on IT costs during COVID-19

While most companies that move to the cloud do so for the ability to scale up as the business grows, Australia’s Joval Wine Group needed to scale down during COVID-19 when orders slowed down.

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