GUEST RESEARCH: A new study has revealed almost half of Australians (48%) won’t work for a business that doesn’t address climate change while seven out of eight Australians think businesses need to do more to take action on climate change.
Middle aged and older Australians suffered the brunt of scams in September with those aged 45 to 54 the hardest hit financially during the month and the aged 65 and over reporting the highest number of scams at 5,642.
COMPANY NEWS by Ping Identity: The global transformation of daily life has changed how people everywhere interact with brands. With experiences increasingly online, Australian consumers are less tolerant of frustration and will abandon a brand if they aren't able to balance convenience and privacy, according to a new survey from Ping Identity, the intelligent identity solution for the enterprise.
Australian organisations are struggling with network breaches, ransomware attacks, remote work, and more, according to the latest network security report from cloud security and data protection solutions vendor Barracuda.
60-up Australians are following an increasingly digital lifestyle, according to a survey, and it's likely to stay that way post-pandemic.
Australian employees are working longer hours, feeling more pressure to be ‘always on’ and are more likely to switch jobs than most global regions, according to new research from Adobe.
Scammers have stolen more than $7.2 million from Australians so far this year by gaining access to home computers, an increase of 184% compared to the same period last year.
Fake online reviews will be responsible for $1.2 billion of Australian ecommerce purchases made in 2021, according to newly published economic study.
The average Australian will spend 16.6 years of their life on their mobile phone - equating to 5.5 hours every day or a total of 145,800 hours - based on the average age of around 10 years old that we get our first phone - and average Australian life expectancy.
There are now more than 8.1 million household and business services connected to the NBN, according to a new ACCC report.
New research has found that almost half (46%) of Australian children aged between 6 to 13 years use a mobile phone—up from 41% in 2015 - with the trend continuing to grow.
The Federal Government's move to introduce a news media code that would make it mandatory for digital giants Facebook and Google to make payments to Australian publishers for use of their content has support from the public, a poll suggests.
Tech industry trade association CompTIA is offering free training and certification exam vouchers for its CompTIA IT Fundamentals (ITF+) credential to Australian and New Zealand citizens, including “career changers, displaced workers and students” - or anyone interested in learning more about the fundamentals of information communications technology (ICT).
Just one in 14 Australian consumers trust organisations to keep their personal information private
GUEST RESEARCH by OpenText: New research from OpenText reveals that nearly half (44%) of Australian consumers would pay more to do business with an organisation that is committed to protecting their personal data, compared to 40 per cent of consumers globally.
A new survey from phone and Internet comparison site WhistleOut shows "strong Australian interest in the new iPhone 12 range" and that "iPhone fans are willing to pay more for their handsets than other people" - but will they go on payment plans or buy outright?
Social distancing and stay-home restrictions have brought about a boom in the number of Australians playing video games, with 762,000 new gamers getting into gaming during the COVID-19 pandemic crisis, according to a new survey.
Resolving phone and Internet issues costs Australians over $150 million per year in lost time, according to new research from Australia's communications consumers peak body, the Australian Communications Consumer Action Network (ACCAN).
Many Australians want to see less reliance on imported products and a lift in locally produced products following the COVID-19 pandemic, as a way of boosting jobs and supporting local businesses and industry, according to new research.
Australians are relatively positive about the growing use of artificial intelligence (AI) in society, but concerns remain around privacy and threats to jobs , according to a new national survey by Monash University, which also reveals that understandings of AI are varied – from robots “taking over the world” to computers being programmed to perform tasks in a positive fashion.
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