Category Archives: Australian Stats

Stanford Medicine X and Symplur announce social media analytics research challenge

Stanford Medicine X and Symplur are pleased to announce a joint initiative designed to spark scholarly research activity in healthcare social media. The Stanford Medicine X | Symplur Signals Research Challenge seeks to engage all healthcare stakeholders in healthcare social media research. Why ask questions about healthcare social media? Social media use in healthcare and medicine has transformed how stakeholders discuss problems

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Australia Boasts Highest Tablet Penetration in APAC

Nearly 60% of internet users will use a tablet this year. Australia enjoys the highest tablet penetration rates in Asia-Pacific, in terms of both internet users and the general population, according to eMarketer’s latest estimates of tablet usage around the world. By the end of this year, tablet penetration among internet users will be more than 10 percentage points higher

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Pointless workplace meetings are a drain on productivity

A new study has found the number of workplace meetings is rapidly on the rise, taking up increasing amounts of time, reducing productivity and providing little value to employees. The study Collaboration 2.0. Death of the web conference (as we know it) was conducted by market researcher Ovum on behalf of remote access software provider LogMeIn and is based on

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Future of Digital – An AIMIA Event

Digital has long since moved from a one-dimensional question of mobile or social or video, it’s now engrained deep within all organisations’ operation, affecting everything from staffing to strategy. Some companies are pioneering, some are following but many are failing. It’s no longer about just being digital it’s about being good at digital With the relentless march of technological innovation

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Search Takes in Majority of Mobile Ad Spend in Australia

Tablets account for almost half of mobile ad revenues in the country – source eMarketer Daily Nearly half of mobile ad revenues in Australia come from ads served to tablets, according to Q2 2014 research from the Interactive Advertising Bureau Australia and PricewaterhouseCoopers. That quarter, 46% of the AUD190 million ($182.69 million) Australian advertisers spent on mobile ads were devoted

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