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Thirty-four percent of 500 recently surveyed Australian and New Zealand businesses operating in a range of industries, still don’t have a climate strategy, and of those that do, 60% have not seen significant reductions in emissions levels, according to a new report from Deloitte Access Economics commissioned by Google Cloud.

Published in Climate

Cloud communications provider Vonage helping businesses accelerate their digital transformation, has been chosen by Doctor Anywhere, a regional omnichannel healthcare company headquartered in Singapore, to deliver timely and effective digital healthcare solutions across Southeast Asia using Vonage’s Video API.

Published in Deals

Global technology consultancy Thoughtworks has been selected by the New South Wales (NSW) Government to develop and deploy the “world’s first” digital birth certificate which it says will provide citizens with highly-secure, anytime, anywhere access.

Published in Government Tech Policy

COMPANY NEWS: Talend, a global leader in data integration and management, announced today the latest version of Talend Data Fabric. In its Spring ’22 announcement, Talend will add advanced capabilities to Talend Trust Score, including aggregation and historical views into the health of any dataset. These new features will help businesses analyse combined data quality metrics to evaluate data trust at macro and micro levels, including across all datasets, groups of datasets, or individual datasets.

Published in Company News

GUEST OPINION: Formula One racing is one of the most demanding and competitive sports in the world. With success being measured down to milliseconds, teams are increasingly looking for ways to extract additional speed and performance from their machines and are now highly dependent on technology to deliver that competitive edge and experience.

Published in Guest Opinion

Origin Energy says it will be making the switch to electric vehicles easier for local businesses with a new collaboration with the NSW Government that will see Origin 360 EV host nine free Drive Day events in Sydney. 

Published in Automotive

GUEST OPINION: Establishing and maintaining a robust means of backing up your business’s critical data is an age-old best practice for enterprise IT, although strategies for doing so are still far from perfect.

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GUEST OPINION by Steve Singer, Regional Vice President and Country Manager – ANZ, Zscaler:  The ongoing global pandemic has caused fundamental changes to businesses. Two of the most significant have been the widespread adoption of remote working and the increased usage of cloud-based collaboration platforms.

Published in Strategy

GUEST OPINION by Steve Singer, Regional Vice President and Country Manager – ANZ, Zscaler:  The ongoing global pandemic has caused fundamental changes to businesses. Two of the most significant have been the widespread adoption of remote working and the increased usage of cloud-based collaboration platforms.

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COMPANY NEWS: With the rise of remote work over the past 18 months, the use of Microsoft 365 and Microsoft Teams has exploded. Microsoft reports that roughly 50% of 365’s 260 million-plus commercial users now use Teams, although some experts place the number of users closer to 300 million.

Published in Company News

GUEST OPINION In recent years there have been a lot of fresh insights into how we think and make decisions. These insights have greatly helped businesses concerned with software development and customer experience. Maybe the time has come to also think afresh about the way business has changed, as we’ve moved from the industrial era to the digital age, because our management practices relating to quality may be out of date. Connecting these new insights together will allow us to optimise customer experience.

Published in Guest Opinion

GUEST RESEARCH: A new study has revealed almost half of Australians (48%) won’t work for a business that doesn’t address climate change while seven out of eight Australians think businesses need to do more to take action on climate change. 

Published in ResearchWire

Public sector agencies have been warned to be alert to the potential for collusion between bidders during procurement processes, following a recent ACCC investigation where departmental processes contemplated cooperation by competing businesses on government tenders.

Published in Technology Tenders

While medium sized enterprises are typically slow to invest in operational improvements, they have much to gain from embracing new generation financial software

GUEST OPINION by Claudia Pirko, ANZ Regional Vice President, BlackLine: Too large to pivot on a sixpence, too small to drop big bucks on products and processes to help their operations run more smoothly and cost effectively…many mid-sized Australian businesses are behind the eight ball, when it comes to spending money on solutions that increase efficiency internally.

Published in Guest Opinion

Spending on IT around the world is projected to total US$4.5 trillion (A$5.98 trillion) in 2022, the technology analyst firm Gartner says, adding that this would be an increase of 5.5% from 2021.

Published in Development

The Commonwealth Bank has launched its new payment terminal ‘Smart’ which it says integrates the latest technology and customisable features to transform payments in Australia.

Published in Business Software

GUEST OPINION by Mark Lukie, APAC Sales Engineer Manager, Barracuda:  While activity within Australia’s energy companies is slowly starting to return normal following protracted lockdowns caused by COVID-19, it’s clear that things have changed.

Published in Guest Opinion

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