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New research shows over half of businesses struggle to reduce the risk of attacks, leaving them fearful of compromise, particularly by nation-states and other types of threat actors. The study also predicts this situation will continue if critical cybersecurity skills shortages aren’t addressed, and if organisations do not employ detection technologies that are effective in production, provide real-time visibility, and integrate with existing tools and processes.

Published in Guest Interviews

New research shows over half of businesses struggle to reduce the risk of attacks, leaving them fearful of compromise, particularly by nation-states and other types of threat actors. The study also predicts this situation will continue if critical cybersecurity skills shortages aren’t addressed, and if organisations do not employ detection technologies that are effective in production, provide real-time visibility, and integrate with existing tools and processes.

Published in Security

2021 began with the SolarWinds supply chain attack and ended with the Log4j vulnerabilities, with vastly increased levels of ransomware in between. Cybercriminals are on the rise and 2022 shows no sign of abating. SonicWall’s comprehensive 66-page report brings you research, trends, and insights that make it a must-read for all CISOs, CTOs, and CIOs.

Published in Security

McAfee Enterprise and FireEye have come together to create a resilient digital world as Trellix, and the new company’s first research report has come out. It reveals the magnitude of the Log4j vulnerability which dominated headlines and the focus of security teams and defenders alike - along with other insights into security issues in the third quarter of 2021. The report is a fascinating - and deeply sobering - read.

Published in Security

How the world worked in 2021 and what's in store for the future is the subject of HubSpot's 2022 Hybrid Work Report, so are we in for a Future Shock as Alvin Toffler predicted, or was the pandemic the biggest unexpected shock of them all?

Published in Business IT

GUEST INTERVIEW: Although the spectre of Omicron hovers, people are nevertheless returning to work in a hybrid fashion, with the demand for modern, fast and fluid videoconferencing experiences never greater, whether at home, at work, or other remote working scenarios, so what are the trends for a world on the mend?

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GUEST INTERVIEW: Although the spectre of Omicron hovers, people are nevertheless returning to work in a hybrid fashion, with the demand for modern, fast and fluid videoconferencing experiences never greater, whether at home, at work, or other remote working scenarios, so what are the trends for a world on the mend?

Published in Business IT

GUEST INTERVIEW: Industry 4.0 and CFO 4.0 are instrumental in building the factories of the future, with manufacturing CFOs now taking on the dual roles of financial decision-maker and business navigator, so what defines the 4.0 designation, what are details of SYSPRO's new CFO 4.0 report, and what else does Sanjay have to say?

Published in Guest Interviews

GUEST INTERVIEW: Industry 4.0 and CFO 4.0 are instrumental in building the factories of the future, with manufacturing CFOs now taking on the dual roles of financial decision-maker and business navigator, so what defines the 4.0 designation, what are details of SYSPRO's new CFO 4.0 report, and what else does Sanjay have to say?

Published in Enterprise Solutions

GUEST RESEARCH: The first edition of the CartonCloud Logistics Index Quarterly Report has been released, and while the Delta variant of COVID has locked down NSW, VIC and the ACT in the third quarter of 2021, logistics keeps Australia stocked and running - so what does the industry think - and how can you get a copy of the report?

Published in Guest Research

GUEST RESEARCH: The first edition of the CartonCloud Logistics Index Quarterly Report has been released, and while the Delta variant of COVID has locked down NSW, VIC and the ACT in the third quarter of 2021, logistics keeps Australia stocked and running - so what does the industry think - and how can you get a copy of the report?

Samsung is one of the world's biggest global technology powerhouses, and maker of the most popular Android ecosystem, and alongside its new third-gen foldable smartphones, launched its new "Galaxy for the Planet" initiative which outlines the company's "commitment to acting more sustainably across its mobile product lifecycles and business operations."

Published in Home Tech

'The 20th edition of the Australian Entertainment and Media Outlook 2020-2024 report from PwC has arrived, showing that to the end of December 2020, total Australian advertising spend contracted by 8.0% to A$15.4 billion, and consumer spend dropped by 1.9% to A$42.5 billion - with plenty more detail to share, so read on!

Published in Business IT

Research commissioned by Appian shows automation is helping more than half of financial services organisations to build apps quicker than competitors.

Published in Business IT

The latest data threat report from Thales shows an alarming 57% of A/NZ organisations have avoided making a mandatory breach report, among a range of other startling revelations.

Published in Business IT

New research from Citrix has revealed while two-thirds of young Australian workers are pursuing flexible working arrangements, they are also the most likely cohort to experience burnout.

Published in Business IT

Caffeine intake is part of most people's day, no matter where they're working from or whether they're working at all, so Nespresso's motivation in brewing up a fresh batch of research is clear, but with employees expecting more from their workplaces than ever before, what are the genuine findings that show how workplaces are changing?

Published in Business IT

Telemarketing and spam emails or SMS messages are an issue for many Australians, with ACMA, the Australian Communications and Media Authority “protecting the public by promoting and enforcing the law.”

Published in Technology Regulation

Above, we saw the results for Australia's 5G networks, but what about Australia's mobile network experience in general, which sees much more 4G coverage than 5G?

Published in Telecoms & NBN

In the Australian battle for 5G supremacy, Telstra comes out on top, but despite Optus claiming the fastest 5G in Sydney and Melbourne, Opensignal appoints them both as joint 5G download speed winners.

Published in Telecoms & NBN

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