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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Australian small businesses advance their digitalisation, thanks to COVID-19

Australian small businesses advance their digitalisation, thanks to COVID-19

A study revealed that 79 per cent of small and medium business employees are looking to take on a more virtual future via additional software investments.

How to become a successful SRE in Australia

How to become a successful SRE in Australia

Computerworld Australia asked site reliability engineers about what they do and to share tips for those looking to follow this career.

How to have a successful career as a data engineer in Australia

How to have a successful career as a data engineer in Australia

Organisations in Australia are more and more looking for data engineers and data scientists to help them make sense of their data and improve the way they make business or run their businesses through the smart use of its existing...

Free tech resources to help Australian IT during the COVID-19 pandemic
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Free tech resources to help Australian IT during the COVID-19 pandemic

Several technology vendors have made software or services available at no cost to help Australian organisations to adapt to a growing work from home reality and keep their businesses running.

Why Aussie telcos are connecting voice services to Microsoft Teams

Why Aussie telcos are connecting voice services to Microsoft Teams

Macquarie Telecom and Optus join Vocus and Telstra in providing internal voice calls via Microsoft Teams.

Microsoft could be the first to launch a cloud region in New Zealand

Microsoft could be the first to launch a cloud region in New Zealand

Proposed data centre is not a guarantee that an Azure region will operate in New Zealand anytime soon, as government approval is needed.

How the Australian internet has kept running during the pandemic

How the Australian internet has kept running during the pandemic

Quick adjustments by broadband providers and streaming services helped, but the underlying network remains a mishmash of technologies that create longer-term risk.

Canberra construction firm shows how to automate systems in the field

Canberra construction firm shows how to automate systems in the field

PBS Building realised its teams were being slowed down by siloed and paper-based systems, so it embarked on a 18-month scoping process that allowed the business to trial different solutions and figure out what was best for the entire...

How Perth’s Searcher Seismic built its data-as-a-service platform

How Perth’s Searcher Seismic built its data-as-a-service platform

The geologic data firm used a hybrid cloud approach to improve how it manages and deliver subsurface exploration data to its oil and gas customers.

The world according to Eugene Kaspersky

The world according to Eugene Kaspersky

The colourful cyber security expert survived blacklisting by the US government, fears IoT security weaknesses, wants to secure voting, and doesn’t believe in AI.

Meet the top nine Australian smart city projects

Meet the top nine Australian smart city projects

Nine Australian smart city projects have been shortlisted for the 6th edition of IDC's Asia Pacific Smart Cities Awards, which recognises in this edition the progress Asia Pacific municipalities have made and provides a forum for...

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