GUEST OPINION by Kristian Yench, Manager – Solutions Consultancy at Tecala: When it comes to making effective use of business technology, it’s all too easy to be distracted by the latest shiny new thing. Buzzwords such as ‘digital transformation’, ‘intelligent automation’ and ‘connected business’ appear full of promise and potential – especially in our times of COVID where there’s even greater pressure on technology to be an instrument for effective business change.
The Australian government IT sector is forecast to spend more than $15.5 billion next year, an increase of 8.8% over the current year, the technology analyst company Gartner says.
GUEST OPINION by Ed Pullen - Director at Dataminr, ANZ: In a year that has seen Australian business assailed by multiple challenges, building resilience into your organisation has proven more vital than ever - and boards and executive teams can show the way.
With cyber attacks on the rise, "the average number of focused attacks per organisation within Australia has almost doubled this year (232) compared to the previous 12 months (106)".
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