Displaying items by tag: gen z

There is a large and growing demand for government services across Australia with the public comfortable using personalised artificial intelligence, according to the inaugural Publicis Sapient Digital Citizen survey.

Published in Your Tech

The Digital Skills Organisation partners with digital platform Year13 to promote digital career prospects for young people in the light of new research that reveals nearly one in two Gen Zs are not well-informed about digital careers in school.

Published in Education

Australian employees are working longer hours, feeling more pressure to be ‘always on’ and are more likely to switch jobs than most global regions, according to new research from Adobe.

Published in Enterprise Staff

49% of gen Z and millennials aged 18-39 have stalked their ex or partners online, according to a study by software company NortonLifeLock. Due to the depiction of stalking in TV shows and pop culture, 22% of Australians believe it is harmless to stalk, and younger generation agrees with this behaviour.

Published in Security

The average Australian will spend 16.6 years of their life on their mobile phone - equating to 5.5 hours every day or a total of 145,800 hours - based on the average age of around 10 years old that we get our first phone - and average Australian life expectancy.

Published in Mobility

Landlines may become extinct earlier than expected according to comparison website Finder which says that a recent survey of several thousand Australians reveals they are using mobiles and only have a home phone because it came with their Internet service.

Published in Telecoms & NBN

A newly published international study, conducted by The Centre for Generational Kinetics and commissioned by WP Engine, has revealed the ways that different generations view and interact with the digital world, with Gen Z fwilling to sacrifice privacy for the personalisation that modern technology is able to provide.

Published in Market

Britons are breaking their mobile devices in ways that we in Australia, people in the US and those around the world are likely doing in the exact same "loo-dicrous" ways.

Published in Home Tech




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