Displaying items by tag: frost & sullivan

Equinix announced that it has extended into the strategic Indian market, following the completion of the acquisition of the India operations of GPX Global Systems (GPX India). The US$161 million all-cash transaction includes a fibre-connected campus in Mumbai with two data centres.

Published in Data Centres

According to a report authored by Frost & Sullivan and commissioned by audio technology brand EPOS, an excellent audio technology is crucial to hybrid learning, and poor audio can result to frustration, stress, and embarrassment.

Published in Gadgets

Frost & Sullivan unveils its newest report, the "Future of User Interfaces Shaping New Consumer Experiences", which "finds that user interface (UI) technologies have moved beyond the concept of simply representing machines to their users to enabling sophisticated and personalised interaction."

Published in Business IT

Forcepoint, the company born from the amalgamation of Raytheon | Websense, has unveiled the findings of an APAC study conducted by Frost & Sullivan titled, “2019 Risk and Cybersecurity.” It shows that organisations’ failure to prioritise cyber security is hindering their digital transformation journey.

Published in Security

Listed Australian data centre provider NEXTDC (ASX: NXT) has  been named a data centre ‘champion’ in analyst firm Frost & Sullivan’s Frost IQ Matrix in the 2018 Australia Data Centre Providers report.


Listed Australian data centre provider NEXTDC (ASX: NXT) has  been named a data centre ‘champion’ in analyst firm Frost & Sullivan’s Frost IQ Matrix in the 2018 Australia Data Centre Providers report.

Published in Data Centres

Australians have the lowest level of trust in the way businesses collect, store and use the digital information of their customers, with a score of 54 out of 100, a survey of 10 countries issued by CA Technologies says.

Published in Data

Increasing complexity within the monitoring and control core infrastructures of Australia’s utility operators may make them more susceptible to cyber attacks that could cause widespread disruption across the country, according to a warning from industry experts.

Published in Security

Big Australian companies — more than 500 employees — that suffer a breach can incur economic losses of up to $35.9 million, a study done for Microsoft by Frost & Sullivan claims.

Published in Security
Wednesday, 13 December 2017 22:31

BlueJeans wins growth excellence leadership award

The BlueJeans Network cloud-based video meetings platform has been awarded the 2017 Australia Cloud Video Conferencing Growth Excellence Leadership Award by global analyst firm Frost & Sullivan.

Published in Strategy

Organisations need to prepare a response plan and practice it if they are going to meet the requirements of the Privacy Amendment (Notifiable Data Breaches) Act 2017, according to an analyst.

Published in Security

Australia ranks highest amongst countries in the Asia Pacific region where enterprises do not have an action plan in place in the event of a data breach.

Published in Security

It may well be frosty in space, but on Earth, things are hotting up for Sky and Space as it wins Frost & Sullivan’s prestigious Global Technology Innovation Award for 2016.

Published in Space

Hybrid IT is fast becoming the IT “infrastructure of choice” for organisations in Australia as they move towards a blend of in-house and third-party services for datacentre, network, security, and applications services, according to a newly publish survey.

Published in Strategy

At the 13th Annual Frost & Sullivan APAC ICT Awards, Telstra won three awards: managed service, connected industries, and M2M service provider of the Year.

Published in Telecoms & NBN
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Australia has a bright future as a leader in Fintech innovation but to reach that leadership position requires concerted effort from government agencies and established financial institutions, as well as partnerships and research collaboration between banks and start-ups, according to global research company, Frost & Sullivan.

Published in Strategy

Cyber security continues to grow as one of the largest challenges facing both governments and critical infrastructure operators, according to a new report from a global analyst firm which says that engagement between industry and key stakeholders is critical to better protect from increasingly complex cyber threats.

Published in Security

The Australian cloud contact centre market is set to be worth $51 million by 2021 after it grew by 99.1% last year, with new revenue added in 2014 doubling current market value to $6 million.

Published in Strategy

The growing convergence and connectivity of technology is transforming the way we work, relax, learn, and manage our health, while disrupting, transforming and collapsing industries.

Published in Internet of Things

Smartphones are playing a part in propelling Australia to new levels in mobile health care but a new study has found that the adoption of m-health is fraught with obstacles and challenges and continues to be “skewed” towards consumer ended offerings.

Published in Mobility
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