Enterprise and physical tech are starting to get a lookin at SXSW .
I’d be reluctant to claim that TradeMe was Fairfax’s one shot at reinventing itself – that’s a case of shortsightedness that might prove premature.
One of the recurring discussions around cloud adoption has been the tensions between IT and the business. It’s a polarising conversation.
Naysayers say recent breaches of cloud services spell the end of it all. But often, it's the people that are the problem.
No matter what business you're in, you can take a lesson from open source.
Biz Stone may be big on philanthropy but he failed to captivate SxSW audiences today.
SXSW is a mass extravaganza of technology, film and music. Or at least that's what the blurb says.
Can Air NZ really risk a mass exodus of its most valuable customers?
For every crash and burn, it’ll be the Ma and Pa business that saves this country’s bacon.
It seems a little hypocritical to bemoan the narcissism of the recent South by Southwest festival when one considers that I spent most of the conference walking around in a shirt with my name printed on it in large letters. Then again, that hardly counts as narcissism at an event where the very core was all about ensuring the tens of thousands of attendees were in no doubt whatsoever that they were indeed the centre of the universe and the ones tasked with grappllng the big issues facing the world.