Telstra Health, a division of Australian telecommunication and technology company Telstra Corp, has announced several contract wins and implementations of hospital electronic medical record systems in Malaysia and Thailand.
Telstra-backed startup accelerator muru-D announced its inaugural class in Singapore, which attracted applications from 15 countries, including Chile and Russia.
As the centre of financial services gravity moves to Gen X and Y, the industry needs to respond by designing identity services that accommodate the fusion of financial services, mobility and identity, and which engender consumer trust and confidence, writes Rocky Scopelliti of Telstra.
Most Singaporean consumers using mobile banking applications want their mobile devices to instantly recognise them via biometrics such as fingerprint and voiceprint, instead of having to prove who they are with passwords and usernames.
Telstra’s muru-D accelerator launches in Singapore, saying that it has unique value propositions and that it intends to give back to the ecosystem.
Working with multiple vendors may have delivered initial gains as IT leaders found their way in the cloud, but it is not conducive to long-term success, writes Martin Bishop of Telstra.
Telstra chief technology officer Vish Nandlall presents his predictions (and expectations) for Mobile World Congress 2015, which will take place in Barcelona from March 2-5.
Sunway Medical Centre (SunMed) has selected Hitachi Sunway Information Systems Sdn Bhd to implement a next-generation Hospital Information System (C-HIS) by Telstra Health, effectively kick-starting the hospital’s five-year digital transformation programme.
Telstra has launched its Global Financial Trading Solutions, which it said would facilitate higher performance electronic trading around the world.
IT departments should deal with ‘shadow IT’ by listening to individuals and teams throughout the business to help ensure employees have access to the latest collaboration tools they want, empowering them to do their jobs more effectively, writes Telstra’s Jim Clarke.