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In one week’s time, on Thursday 23 June, Victoria’s business and community leaders will sleep out together at The Timber Yard in Port Melbourne on one of the coldest nights of the year to raise money for the St Vincent de Paul Society Victoria’s (Vinnies Victoria’s) homelessness services.

Published in Not For Profit

Join international thought leaders, including Scaling Up author Verne Harnish, for a half-day master class in June 2022.

Published in Strategy

The past two years have spurred the greatest acceleration of digital transformation for Australian business-to-consumer companies globally, advancing their digital strategies by an average of 8 years, ahead of the global average of 6.5 years, according to new research by customer engagement platform Twilo.

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GUEST OPINION: Having access to large volumes of data delivers big benefits to a business. It supports informed strategic planning and guides everything from investments to customer service.

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As the pool of skilled talent diminishes in the Australian market, organisations cannot afford to take a misstep in their talent strategy, according to new independent research by one recruitment firm revealing that the impact of a bad hire is more damaging and costly today than it was a year ago.

Published in Recruitment

GUEST OPINION by Daniel Harding, Director – Australia Operations, MaxContact: Historically, agents have either made calls or answered them but new generation contact centre technology makes it possible to do both.

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GUEST OPINION by Steve Singer, Regional Vice President and Country Manager – Australia and New Zealand at Zscaler: When the global pandemic turned the world of work on its head in early 2020, many organisations had to radically rethink their methods of operation.

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GUEST OPINION by Katrina Wong, Segment: Consumers’ collective flight to digital sparked a global CDP boom in 2020 and, as the economy recovers, Australian businesses that don’t implement the technology may struggle, writes Katrina Wong, Vice President Product Marketing & Demand Generation, Segment.

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GUEST OPINION by Daniel Harding, Director – Australia Operations, MaxContact: Being able to scale your contact centre operations up and down rapidly is a powerful advantage in uncertain times.

Published in Guest Opinion
Wednesday, 09 December 2020 15:19

Back to the future: enterprise edition

GUEST OPINION by Paul Hooper, CEO, Gigamon:   Buckle up... Everyone is looking to the future for positive news around a COVID-19 vaccine and a safe return to some sort of normalcy. Business leaders are no exception.

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Our analytics ambitions may have taken a temporary hit, but a cleaner environment brings us closer to realising value

VENDOR NEWS:  When the world embraced data science, it was hooked on the promise of data - or perhaps, more accurately, on the promise of unrealised insights within that data.

An Australian-founded claimed “disruptive” alternative to video conferencing, The Virtual Conference Network, has been launched to provide risk mitigation, improved flexibility, new post-event revenue streams - and “optimal cost-effectiveness” to conference organisers, business leaders and peak bodies.

Published in Strategy

Australian business leaders are comfortable and optimistic about the broad scale shift toward remote work, and moving forward, the majority of business leaders say they are investing in technology to improve remote work performance, and have high expectations of their return, accordng to a survey by network and application performance vendor Riverbed.

Published in Home Tech

GUEST OPINION by Prakash Durgani, Regional Vice President, Asia Pacific and Japan,Segment:  Many business leaders in Australia now recognise conditions will remain uncertain for many months until a ‘new normal’ becomes clear.

Published in Guest Opinion
Monday, 20 January 2020 17:52

Hybrid IT will take centre stage in 2020

By Stephen Sims, CEO, Brennan IT

SPONSORED NEWS. With more options for the technology stack than ever before, each allegedly offering bigger and bolder returns, efficiencies, and optimisations; it stands to reason that Australian organisations would be sitting pretty on their digital transformation journeys.

Monday, 20 January 2020 17:36

Hybrid IT will take centre stage in 2020

By Stephen Sims, CEO, Brennan IT

SPONSORED NEWS. With more options for the technology stack than ever before, each allegedly offering bigger and bolder returns, efficiencies, and optimisations; it stands to reason that Australian organisations would be sitting pretty on their digital transformation journeys.

Published in Strategy

The vast majority of Australian companies recently surveyed have their sights set on artificial intelligence investment, with increasing employee productivity a key focus for AI investments.

Published in Business Intelligence

There is an unprecedented focus on security as a pervasive part of business operations according to a study that highlights the rising importance of cybersecurity defence to global leaders.

Published in Security

The necessity of trust to achieve long-term business success — especially as a foundation for decision-making based on artificial intelligence — has been highlighted in a new study that found three in five business leaders (63%) in nine countries, including Australia, say they would trust decisions made by AI if substantial reasoning for reaching those decisions is available.

Published in Strategy
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