Kai Riemer - Newsroom articles
University of Sydney Business School
We now have our long-overdue cost-benefit analysis for the NBN. The current government and many in the business community have long asked how an infrastructure project such as the NBN could possibly have been launched without a thorough cost-benefit analysis - common sense, really. Read more
Vertigan shows the NBN is worth doing 28 Aug 2014
Sydney Morning Herald, The Age, Canberra Times, Australian Financial Review
Associate Professor Kai Riemer is mentioned in an article about the Vertigan report on cost-benefit equations for various broadband rollout options.
NBN: the never-ending story 28 Aug 2014
Australian Financial Review
The Australian Financial Review interviews Associate Professor Kai Riemer in a atory about the cost-benefit analysis of the National Broadband Network and the poloitical argument that surrounds it.
ABC The World Today
Associate Professor Kai Riemer is interviewed on Radio National's the World Today about the cost-benefit analysis released by the government on the NBN project.
ABC News The Business
ABC News The Business reports on the model for the National Broadband Network. Associate Professor Kai Riemer is interviewed by the program on the topic.
Retailers lagging in online markets 14 Jul 2014
The Australian reports on a study led by the Business School on Australian retailers failing to engage online. The article quotes Associate Professor Kai Riemer.
Kai Riemer's work on Enterprise Social Network adoption is discussed in the context of the 2014 E20 Summit in Paris.
Capgemini consulting group - a subsidiary of Capgemini Group, and Sydney University have announced the opening of the first dedicated Digital Transformation Lab, which aims to set a new standard for digital technology in Australia by delivering re-usable tools and frameworks for best practice.
Consulting and outsourcing provider, Capgemini, has established what it brands Australia's first dedicated Digital Transformation Lab in collaboration with the University of Sydney's Business School.
The Sunday Telegraph
The Sunday Telegraph interviewed Associate Professor Kai Riemer about nurses who take 'selfies' and place them online, which triggered widespread coverage in other outlets.