GUEST OPINION by Christian Lucarelli, Vice President of Sales Asia Pacific for Nintex: With a high proportion of staff likely to remain in work-from-home mode for an extended period, many Australian organisations are realising their business processes are no longer delivering the goods.
Australian organisations are struggling with network breaches, ransomware attacks, remote work, and more, according to the latest network security report from cloud security and data protection solutions vendor Barracuda.
GUEST OPINION by Ashley Diffey, Head of APAC and Japan at Ping Identity: In an increasingly digital and online world, consumers have come to expect relatively frictionless experiences when undertaking transactions.
New Zealand online-only accounting firm Beany has launched in Australia.
Chinese tech giant Alibaba Group has released a new cloud-based solution designed to help Olympic Games Tokyo 2020 onsite staff reduce the risk of getting heatstroke during the summer in Tokyo.
GUEST OPINION by Ashley Diffey, Ping Identity: The business strategy dubbed ‘digital transformation’ has been part of the forward plans of many organisations for years. Their aim has been to take advantage of rapidly evolving technologies to improve efficiencies and drive growth.
GUEST OPINION by Simon Howe, Vice President Sales Asia Pacific, LogRhythm: As businesses come to terms with the reality of operating amid the legacy of COVID-19, many are realising their old approach to IT security is no longer up to the task.
GUEST OPINION by Steve Singer, Regional Vice President and Country Manager – Australia and New Zealand at Zscaler: When the global pandemic turned the world of work on its head in early 2020, many organisations had to radically rethink their methods of operation.
GUEST OPINION by Ashley Diffey, Head of APAC and Japan at Ping Identity: When information technology was first embraced by businesses, it tended to be in a very centralised form. Data centres held core applications and databases while users gained access through authorised devices and network links.
The impact of the COVID 19 pandemic has resulted in just over half, or 51% of professionals who have been working remotely, not yet feeling safe and happy to return to their co-located workplace, according to a new survey.
Australian listed IT services provider Data#3 has implemented a new high performance storage solution for Victoria University in Melbourne, designed to drive an improved digital experience for staff and students.
GUEST OPINION by Budd Ilic, ANZ Country Manager, Zscaler: Implemented with little warning amid the viral pandemic, remote working is likely to remain a fixture within government departments and agencies in the months and years ahead. The problem is that many are alarmingly underprepared for the change.
GUEST OPINION by Joanne Wong, Vice President – International Marketing, LogRhythm: It’s something almost every internet user has experienced. An email arrives, purporting to be from a trusted source, but in reality it’s an attempt to steal personal details or cause disruption.
GUEST OPINION by Jeremy Ducklin, Managing Director, Congress Rental: As businesses struggle to operate amid Australia’s COVID-19 restrictions, many are turning to temperature sensing technology to reduce health risks for both staff and clients.
The University of Newcastle is claiming it is the first university in Australia to migrate its digital data to the cloud in what represents a “significant milestone” to improve services and boost cybersecurity for students and staff during COVID 19 isolation.
Australia’s telecoms industry association, the Telecommunications Society (TelSoc), has raised serious concerns over the planned sacking of hundreds of employees by NBN Co, describing the move as a “misstep” by the company.
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GUEST OPINION BY Todd Gorsuch, CEO, Customer Science: Heightened customer demand and a need for staff to work from home are causing big headaches for contact centres around the country.
Australian health insurer Bupa has launched an Automation Innovation Academy aimed at delivering on the company’s objectives of embedding new artificial intelligence and automation technologies into its business.
Australia’s National Retail Association (NRA) has released a blueprint designed to tackle what it says are the “unprecedented challenges” confronting the retail sector and set Australian retail on course for recovery, and calling on federal and state governments to give immediate assistance to retailers feeling the effects on their businesses of the coronavirus outbreak.
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