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And that rethinking starts within the C-suite

GUEST OPINION by Tony Bailey Chief executive officer AccessHQ, a Dialog company: Why, in the time of technology rock stars, like Elon Musk, Jeff Bezos and Mike Cannon-Brookes, is it still Groundhog Day for enterprise IT projects?

Published in Guest Opinion

A survey of 2250 businesses in five countries, including Australia, claims to have found pervasive evidence of email fraud — defined as business email compromise — that is disruptive and catching businesses off-guard.

Published in Security

The Australian contact centre market, comprising software, services, call management and hardware, is now worth more than $500 million, according to a new global analyst report.

Published in Market

In a 2016 first, CeBIT Australia is partnering with International Cycling Executives (ICE), bringing together the world’s biggest business cycling community at Australasia’s largest and longest running business technology event.

Published in Enterprise Solutions
Thursday, 14 April 2016 15:01

CeBIT Australia’s VIP Program: CeBIT BLACK

A ‘VIP program’ to connect the ‘C-Suite of Australia’s leading enterprise and government organisations’ has been launched by CeBIT Australia.

Published in Business Intelligence

This year will be a pivotal year for organisations pursuing digital transformation strategies, and while companies have embraced cloud and mobile over the past five years, global trade association CompTIA says it will take more than the adoption of these technologies to realise the benefits of digital business.

Published in Strategy

Digital identity company ThreatMetrix has made 16 cybercrime predictions for 2016, with four main themes that all revolve around digital identities.

Published in Security

Digital will continue to emerge as the lead channel to connect with customers for Australian business leaders, according to a newly published global study which reveals, however, that Australian customers wield less influence on business leaders than in other countries.

Published in Strategy




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