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Australians face 'awkward tax' due to reluctance in asking for repayments
Fri, 8th Dec 2023
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martech
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commerce systems
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payment gateways
Aussies losing out financially during festive season due to 'awkward tax', an unwillingness to ask for owed money.
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Study finds over half of of users unsatisfied with AI tools
Thu, 7th Dec 2023
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web development
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ai
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study
Over half of corporate research professionals are displeased with AI tools, requiring more than just chat functions, says study.
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UK IT leaders reveal skill gaps hindering innovation
Thu, 7th Dec 2023
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it automation
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it training
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open source
IT leaders in the UK are facing significant skill gaps in strategic thinking, AI and business acumen, a new Red Hat study reveals.
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Sustainability initiatives prioritised by businesses in APJ region
Wed, 6th Dec 2023
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sap
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investment
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collaboration
Asia Pacific and Japan businesses are prioritising sustainability, with over half planning to increase related investments.
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UK businesses regret two-thirds of recent software purchases
Thu, 30th Nov 2023
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advanced persistent threat protection
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cybersecurity
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cyber threats
New survey reveals that over two-thirds of UK businesses regret their software purchases from the last 18 months.
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Monstarlab report unveils practices of digital transformation leaders vs laggers
Mon, 27th Nov 2023
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digital transformation
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strategy
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us
Monstarlab's report details practices differentiating digital transformation leaders from laggers, tailored to enhance business growth. .
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Compliance is top concern in data management for 79% of ITDMs, reveals Cloudera study
Fri, 24th Nov 2023
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big data
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data analytics
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bi
Cloudera's research divulges compliance as the top worry of 79% of ITDMs handling data management, attributed to the use of point solutions.
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Employees breaching security policies equal threat to cyber attacks in APAC
Fri, 24th Nov 2023
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cybersecurity
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cios
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kaspersky
A third of cyber incidents within APAC businesses in the last two years were due to employees deliberately violating security protocols.
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Privacy regulations may increase data sharing by websites, Warwick study shows
Sat, 18th Nov 2023
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gdpr
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cookies
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warwick business school
Warwick study suggests privacy regulations like GDPR might inadvertently lead to increased data sharing by websites.
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IT leaders boosting investment in data centres amid security concerns
Thu, 16th Nov 2023
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iot
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advanced persistent threat protection
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ai
Amid rising security threats, 61% of UK's IT decision-makers plan to increase investment in data centres over the next decade.
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Google Cloud introduces new skill badges amid surge in cloud technology demand
Tue, 14th Nov 2023
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it training
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cloud services
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public cloud
Google Cloud unveils fresh skill badges amidst rising cloud technology demand, signifying recognition for cloud-skilled professionals.
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Immuta's report reveals global struggle to stay abreast with AI advancements
Fri, 10th Nov 2023
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data protection
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compliance
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ai
Immuta's State of Data Security Report reveals that global executives struggle to keep up with the rapid pace of AI's advancement.
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UK SMEs lack security measures against concealed cyber threats
Thu, 9th Nov 2023
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firewall
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printing
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network security
About one third of UK's small and medium-sized enterprises lack protective measures against hidden cyber threats, a study reveals.
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DDoS attacks cost firms over $6K per minute, Radware study reveals
Thu, 9th Nov 2023
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ddos
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cybersecurity
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research
Radware study reveals firms face up to $6,130 per minute costs due to DDoS attacks, with increasing application and API attacks.
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Australian firms lacking operational intelligence for optimising mobile fleets
Wed, 8th Nov 2023
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printing
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digital transformation
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it professionals
In-depth survey reveals 75% of Australian firms struggle to optimise their mobile fleets due to inadequate operational intelligence.
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AI could alleviate rising Australian burnout rates
Tue, 7th Nov 2023
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bi
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big data
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microsoft
AI could curb Australia's rising burnout rates and boost workforce productivity, according to new research from HubSpot.
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High costs & lack of infrastructure hinder EV adoption in Australia, NZ
Thu, 2nd Nov 2023
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cartech
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tesla
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toyota
High upfront costs, inadequate charging stations, and 'range anxiety' are impeding EV adoption in Australia and NZ.
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Digital experiences shaping brand loyalty among Australian consumers
Fri, 27th Oct 2023
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physical security
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ai
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ping identity
Ping Identity survey reveals changing dynamics of brand loyalty in the digital era, with consumers prioritising ease of use and security.
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Study reveals stark discrepancy in perceived AI use at work
Thu, 26th Oct 2023
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payroll systems
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digital music
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hcm
A new study has revealed executives believe artificial intelligence is more commonly used in the workplace than employees perceive.
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DXC Technology unveils staggering cost of 'tech debt' for business
Fri, 20th Oct 2023
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compliance
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cfo
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business
DXC Technology reveals that technical debt may cost businesses billions, hindering innovation and growth. 46% of IT executives say it is severely restrictive.
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BSI study: Australians have lowest trust in AI globally
Tue, 17th Oct 2023
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ai security
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ai
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bsi
A study by BSI reveals that Australia faces one of the greatest confidence gaps linked to low levels of public trust in AI and technology.
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M-Files platform provides 294% ROI over three years
Wed, 11th Oct 2023
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microsoft
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creative technologies
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forrester research
A new Forrester study has revealed that the M-Files platform achieved a 294% ROI and $7.5M in benefits when paired with Microsoft.
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AI transformation: Australian professionals embrace change
Wed, 11th Oct 2023
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ai
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study
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research
LinkedIn study reveals AI causes a shift in Australian professionals' attitudes, with optimism and a desire to adapt.
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Generative AI revolutionizing early career recruitment
Mon, 9th Oct 2023
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payroll systems
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hcm
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ai
Generative AI is quickly integrating into job application processes, especially among early-career professionals.