Many Australian businesses are struggling to keep pace with technology changes critical to their business success, despite over 40% of SMBs believing that adopting smart technology to improve business efficiency will have the biggest impact on their business in the next three years, according to newly released research from Optus.
Many small and medium businesses (SMB) on the NBN access network are embracing the cloud to save time and grow, but many think they don’t have the right broadband plan to take full advantage of future opportunities, according to research released by NBN Co and analyst firm Telsyte.
Small to medium businesses around the world continue to cite budget constraints and a lack of time and personnel to research new security threats, as the main obstacles facing the implementation of their IT security roadmap, according to a new report.
Australian small to medium businesses — that is 97% of all Australian businesses — lose around $6600 each time they suffer a cyber attack, according to Norton’s recent SMB Cyber Security Survey.
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