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GUEST OPINION by Brad Newton, ANZ Managing Director at Cohesity: In an era where the pace of technological change continues to increase, one factor remains constant: data is the key ingredient for a digital business.

Published in Guest Opinion

The Internet of Things is predicted to continue to deliver new opportunities for digital business innovation for the next decade, according to a newly published report from analyst firm Gartner.

Published in Internet of Things

Global adoption of supply chain management software has accelerated significantly, with a new report revealing that the total worldwide market revenue hit US12.2 billion in 2017, a rise of 13.9%.

Published in Market

Technology spending in Australia is forecast to grow 2.3% to reach A$84.5 billion in 2018, as the latest forecasts for global technology spending have been revised upwards by 1.8% to 6.2% – or US$3.7 trillion for 2018.

Published in Market

Digital business company Cognizant has opened what it calls a digital business collaboratory in Melbourne, to provide a dedicated space, technology, managed innovation process, and a team of experts to help prospective clients.

Published in Enterprise Solutions

Finnish cybersecurity company Nixu and Nokia Networks have entered into an agreement to collaborate on developing and delivering cybersecurity for Nokia’s clients worldwide.

Published in Security

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

Published in Security

The growing digital economy is fuelling Australian spending on technology products and services, with the total spend expected to grow by 4.1% next year to $78.7 billion. In New Zealand, IT spending will reach NZ$11.6 billion over the course of next year.

Published in CIO Trends

Australian and New Zealand CIOs face persistent issues which are impeding digital opportunities, and acknowledge that to succeed in digital business they have to change and adapt their leadership style in the next three years.

Published in CIO Trends




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