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Digital Pulse

in·no·va·tion – A creation resulting from study and/or experimentation. The act of starting something new.

dis·rup·tion – An act of delaying or interrupting continuity. An event that results in displacement or discontinuity. The act of causing disorder.

Digital change is a journey, not a destination.
It requires agility and flexibility to underpin a continually evolving business environment.

Industry Change – The ongoing economic, technological and social development of commercial business and market sectors.

Infographic: Virtual reality goes beyond gaming

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A training tool up to four times more effective than traditional teaching methods, virtual reality is ready to transform a whole host of industries.

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Video: Stanford University and PwC talk scaling innovation

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Kate Eriksson and Stanford University’s Paul Marca discuss the four key ways that Australia can unleash its innovation potential. Watch the highlights from our ‘When Australia Will Shine’ event here.

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The biggest driver of innovation you’ve never heard of

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Incorporating accessible design into a website may be seen by some as hindering its full functionality. On the contrary, argues Zoe Rose – designing for people with disabilities has unlocked some of the world’s greatest innovations.

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Think gas and electricity are your major assets? Wrong. It’s data.

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Whether they know it or not, utilities companies are in the data business, writes Mark Coughlin. The sooner they leverage new opportunities and technologies, the better they can avoid disruption.

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Moore’s law no more

Moore's law is no more

Since the dawn of the computer age, Moore’s law has been a vital roadmap for the rapidly advancing technology industry. Half a century later, however, the rule is losing relevancy and may soon be abandoned altogether.

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Report: Rapid adoption of wearables, 2016

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Most Australians now own a wearable device but have they really bought into the concept? John Riccio looks at the results of PwC’s latest report into wearable technology to uncover just how essential we believe them to be.

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Infographic: Technology propels the freelancer economy

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Over a third of the US workforce earns income as a freelancer or independent contractor. Here, we look at the numbers behind the flexible economy.

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Press OK to continue: How digital can transform mental health services

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From meditation apps to mood-enhancing gameplay, there are plenty of ways that technology can shore up mental health services. While there’s no magic wand, they do have the power to reach more sufferers than before, writes Suji Kanagalingam.

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Infographic: The interstellar paper trail of digitisation

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Digital technology has unlocked a new era of global innovation. But just how much space and paper does digitisation save? This infographic has the answer.

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Federal Budget 2016: Stoking the Innovation Agenda

Innovation is high on the government agenda, but is funding set to follow? John Riccio and Kate Eriksson look at some of the ways the 2016 Federal Budget will support the digital economy.

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