GUEST RESEARCH: The Dell Technologies 2021 Global Data Protection Index (GDPI) findings reveal organisations are facing several data protection challenges driven by the constant threat of ransomware and the consumption of emerging technologies such as cloud-native applications, Kubernetes containers, and artificial intelligence.
Remote support software specialist LogMeIn has released a new study showing that the need to migrate from traditional passwords and the risks they pose continues to grow, with 92% of businesses believing going passwordless is the future for their organisation.
Australian businesses have a heightened concern for security with the adoption of hybrid cloud, with 84% citing it as a barrier to moving apps to public cloud, according to a new research report.
Seventy percent of enterprises favour modernisation as an approach for implementing strategic change as compared to the replacing/retiring of key COBOL applications, according to a survey commissioned by UK technology company Micro Focus.
Mismanaging data is costing Australian businesses about $2.5 million a year, according to a newly published research report that also reveals Australia’s IT decision-makers are demanding more from their data management investments, despite most estimating that they achieve more than double the amount they invest.
Retailers across the globe are quickly moving away from traditional data centre infrastructure as cloud usage accelerates, with 93% identifying hybrid cloud as the ideal IT model — above the 91% global average across industries — according to a new report.
Many Australians are failing to adequately secure their data, including their social media accounts, despite increasing vulnerability to data breaches, according to new research.
Many enterprises are faced with a lack of Internet of Things skills putting at risk the success of their IoT deployments, according to a new global report from UK-based satellite communications provider Inmarsat.
Nearly 97% of brands know that a good mobile experience affects customer loyalty, yet 41% remain without a mobile strategy.
Insufficient existing infrastructure has been identified as the biggest hurdle for Australian organisations when adopting successful enterprise Big Data strategies today.
The growing risk of cyber threats to companies around the world is being ignored by employees who visit ‘inappropriate’ websites like porn sites while they are at work.
Data security is apparently considered a low risk issue for Australian business decision-makers, with concerns that senior executives fail to recognise the long-term financial damage that a security breach might have on their business.
Australian small businesses expect the Internet of Things will ultimately boost their revenues, but they’re reportedly not that happy with the services provided by their IT providers when it comes to the IoT, according to newly released research.
Australian and New Zealand CIOs are more inclined to outsource mainframe application development and testing rather than use in-house resources, according to a newly published global survey.
Australian businesses need to employ mobility strategies which go beyond supporting Bring Your Own Device (BYOD), and which balance the servicing of customers, IT and employee needs, according to a newly released global research report.
Mobile technology is increasing complexity, usage and costs of mainframe applications, with companies finding it more difficult to isolate and fix problems, according to newly published research.
SMS still dominates mobile messaging, even as operators take steps to launch IP based messaging services to remain competitive in the messaging market, according to data company, Ascion.
An international survey of 520 CIOs, including 30 in Australia, indicates that a retiring mainframe workforce is potentially exposing enterprises to skills shortages, rising costs and increased business risk.
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