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Over half (52%) of Australian business leaders believe that a sustainability skills shortage is holding back their organisation’s energy transition, according to new research by Schneider Electric.

Published in Energy

GUEST OPINION by Debashish Jyotiprakash, APJ managing director, Qualys:  In the last couple of years, we have witnessed a rapidly growing number of cyberattacks that has left organisations exposed to threats as they struggle to keep pace with and balance the growing need to transform and innovate, and match it with the cybersecurity investments required to properly assess the risks to their critical business processes, putting even more pressure on cybersecurity teams, which are often already understaffed.

Published in Guest Opinion

COMPANY NEWS: NEC Australia, a wholly-owned subsidiary of NEC Corporation and a leading Australian ICT solutions and services firm, was selected to participate in Phase One of the Department of Regional New South Wales (DRNSW) Mobile Coverage Project (MCP) Active Sharing Partnership leveraging Open RAN technologies.

Published in Government Tech Policy

The majority of businesses are upbeat about the future and believe they’ve faced the worst of the pandemic, despite challenges like labour shortages and supply chain disruption, according to new research from Westpac.

Published in Market

Thirty-four percent of 500 recently surveyed Australian and New Zealand businesses operating in a range of industries, still don’t have a climate strategy, and of those that do, 60% have not seen significant reductions in emissions levels, according to a new report from Deloitte Access Economics commissioned by Google Cloud.

Published in Climate

GUEST INTERVIEW: Everything changes and evolves, with data generated and databases growing larger with every passing day, while the maturity and sophistication of our technologies is also continuously evolving and improving. So too has marketing automation, fine tuned for every business, right down to delivering individually customised emails, along with the implementation, training and support, so to learn more, we spoke with Ben Dyer, the Technical Director, Chief Systems Architect and a Co-Founder of Taguchi Marketing.

Published in Guest Interviews

GUEST INTERVIEW: Everything changes and evolves, with data generated and databases growing larger with every passing day, while the maturity and sophistication of our technologies is also continuously evolving and improving. So too has marketing automation, fine tuned for every business, right down to delivering individually customised emails, along with the implementation, training and support, so to learn more, we spoke with Ben Dyer, the Technical Director, Chief Systems Architect and a Co-Founder of Taguchi Marketing.

Published in Business IT

GUEST OPINION: Every 11 seconds over 33,000 Google searches are entered throughout the world, in that same time somewhere an organisation will need to respond to a ransomware attack.

Published in Security

GUEST RESEARCH:  New research launched by Modis Australia shows that Australian tech workplace happiness has trended markedly upwards over the past 12 months, especially compared to non-tech workers.

Published in Guest Articles

GUEST OPINION by Mark Lukie, APAC Sales Engineer Manager, Barracuda:  While activity within Australia’s energy companies is slowly starting to return normal following protracted lockdowns caused by COVID-19, it’s clear that things have changed.

Published in Guest Opinion
Thursday, 23 September 2021 22:07

Maaaate: Alexa learns Australia's most unique phrases

Strewth! Having done a vibe check, Alexa speaks 'Strayan at long last, and knows that "Barbie" isn't a plastic doll, at least in the Strayan context, that "Yeah/Nah" is something Aussies really say and can turn on the lights when you ask to flick it on, but still can't flick off the mozzies, or at least, not yet!

Published in Home Tech

GUEST INTERVIEW: Unlike some telcos that have halved NBN upload speeds and raised prices in the middle of the latest pandemic lockdowns, MATE hasn't done so, while also avoiding the ridiculousness of cheaper prices for 6 months after which prices go up, while offering competitive NBN and mobile pricing, and genuinely good deals through its new "Mates Rates" service.

Published in Guest Interviews

GUEST INTERVIEW: Unlike some telcos that have halved NBN upload speeds and raised prices in the middle of the latest pandemic lockdowns, MATE hasn't done so, while also avoiding the ridiculousness of cheaper prices for 6 months after which prices go up, while offering competitive NBN and mobile pricing, and genuinely good deals through its new "Mates Rates" service.

Published in Telecoms & NBN

GUEST OPINION by Fleming Shi, Chief Technology Officer, Barracuda: With remote working now the norm for many organisations, security is topping the list of concerns for Australian CIOs.

Published in Guest Opinion

GUEST OPINION by Mark Fazackerley, Regional Vice President Australia and New Zealand at Talend:  Thanks to vast reserves of many resources, including oil, coal and minerals, Australia’s resources sector has grown to become a crucial part of the national economy.

Published in Guest Opinion

Future Makers is an annual program launched by Optus to foster innovative tech solutions which address social challenges for disadvantaged and vulnerable people, with five digital innovators sharing in the $200,000 grant pool and Maslow Co-founder Nitin Ferdandez scoring the top grant of $75,000 grant as well as winning an additional $10,000 People’s Choice Award.

Published in Telecoms & NBN

You have probably heard about SD-WAN and wondering why it's so popular with Australian businesses. To help you better understand SD-WAN and it’s full capabilities, we have compiled a list of the 9 most common questions we receive from businesses just like yours.

Published in ResearchWire
Wednesday, 04 December 2019 18:09

Beating Burnout: Tips for Work-Life Balance

PAXUS: When the highly successful American businesswoman and HuffPost founder Arianna Huffington physically collapsed from exhaustion, she turned the experience into a wake-up call about the need for better work-life balance. Recognising the link between well-being and performance, she went on to establish a new global business that raises awareness about managing stress and preventing burnout.

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