Microsoft has acquired Brisbane-based in-browser video creation company Clipchamp.
The Commonwealth Bank has announced an update of its Benefits finder digital feature in a move it says makes it easier for business owners to understand and connect to state and federal COVID-19 support measures they may be eligible for.
GUEST OPINION by Daniel Harding, MaxContact’s Director – Australia Operations: Webchat, SMS and email can enable you to deliver better customer service but only if you invest time and resources to implement them smartly.
GUEST OPINION by Ashley Diffey, Ping Identity: The business strategy dubbed ‘digital transformation’ has been part of the forward plans of many organisations for years. Their aim has been to take advantage of rapidly evolving technologies to improve efficiencies and drive growth.
GUEST OPINION by Mark Fazackerley, Regional Vice President Australia and New Zealand at Talend: Thanks to vast reserves of many resources, including oil, coal and minerals, Australia’s resources sector has grown to become a crucial part of the national economy.
GUEST OPINION by Peter O’Connor, Vice President – Sales, Asia Pacific, Snowflake: As the amount of digital data in the world continues to grow exponentially, extracting meaning from it is becoming an increasingly challenging task.
GUEST OPINION by Brian Holder, General Manager Sales and Marketing at Tecala: Since first rising to prominence in the late 1990s, cloud computing has become a key component of many company’s IT infrastructures. The benefits it offers in terms of cost, performance, global scale and manageability are well understood and documented. But for many organisations the key challenge they face with the cloud is how they should configure the different architecture and service offerings into a reliable, stable and secure foundation for their business.
The Commonwealth Bank claims its Benefits finder feature, added to its app and online nationally last September, had saved customers more than $153 million in utility bills and additional government payments alone over the past year.
Australia will be awash with IoT devices in the next few years according to Palo Alto Networks which cites a new report forecasting that the global value of the Internet of Things (IoT) devices being used in homes globally reached more than US$1 billion in 2019 - and will reach US$5.3 billion by 2023.
Despite well-publicised global challenges, Huawei sold 10 million of its P30 series smartphones within 85 days after launch (and 62 days faster than the P20 series) and sold 90 million more devices before May 2019.
On-demand employment marketplaces seem all the rage, with A/NZ-based Sidekicker stating it's "leading the way in developing and implementing a benefits program called ‘Unleash’ for its 11,000+ casual employees known as 'Sidekicks'".
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