Displaying items by tag: survey

A NordVPN study shows that Australians spend a third of their life on the internet.

Published in Your Tech

Reviews.org believe, with limited access to overseas streaming content, pirating used to be the norm for watching the latest movies and TV shows in Australia. But now VPNs are a cheap and easy way for Aussies to watch overseas content, and many streaming platforms have newer and better content than they used to.

Published in Entertainment

Infrastructure automation provider Puppet says the findings of its 2021 State of DevOps Report have provided insight into the chasm between organisations with highly evolved DevOps practices and those whose DevOps evolution has plateaued.

Published in Market

Research commissioned by Appian shows automation is helping more than half of financial services organisations to build apps quicker than competitors.

Published in Guest Research

Research commissioned by Appian shows automation is helping more than half of financial services organisations to build apps quicker than competitors.

Published in Business IT

In response to the COVID pandemic, enterprises in Australia, and around the world, are increasing their focus on the adoption of advanced wireless networks to accelerate digital transformation and innovation, better manage disruption, and evolve their market offerings.

Published in Enterprise Solutions

A survey conducted by Unisys reveals that while leaders and employees agree that hybrid working is more productive, they feel it is not aligned on what is required to achieve it.

Published in Business IT

Investment in digital selling is imperative for long-term success, but most are underprepared, with 55% of manufacturing intending to bring operations back to Australia within the next three years, while 70% of survey respondents believing Australia has the technology, people and economy to support the industry boom.

Despite 80% of organisations running up to an incredible 10 different protection and cybersecurity solutions simultaneously, more than 50% of them still report experiencing downtime from data loss last year, showing just how many in the security industry are behind in catching up to today’s cyber Cold War and constantly cyber attacked reality.

Published in Home Tech

A survey of more than 1,800 Australian and New Zealand human resources professionals reveals "a sense of optimism for the future with the majority of respondents expecting their workforce will either remain the same size (46%) or increase (39%) in the next year. Despite the economic impacts of COVID-19, just 15% of respondents anticipate a decrease in workforce size."

Published in Business IT

A new survey has found "less than half (47%) of surveyed organisations in Australia and New Zealand are very confident in securing their part of the cloud-based responsibility model".

Published in Security

Turning the phrase "Netflix and Chill" on its head, Finder says that buffering issues experienced by those watching streaming media services are suffering from "Netflix and freeze".

Published in Home Tech

As we’ve heard from a range of security vendors this year, remote work and cloud computing during COVID-19 have contributed to increased ransomware attacks, with the healthcare industry the most vulnerable, according to Datto’s latest report. 

Published in Guest Research

It’s not just fun and games for kids this Christmas, as more 56% of Aussie parentsare expected to buy their children toys they secretly want to play with, according to new research from eBay, with 62% of Dads the main culprit.

Published in Home Tech

The confidence of IT managers and approach to battling cyberattacks is vastly different between those who’ve been impacted by ransomware and those who have not, survey shows

New Ryuk ransomware techniques underscore how fast attackers switch gears

Published in Guest Research

IT professionals at companies that have been hit by ransomware are nearly thrice as likely (17%) to feel they are "significantly behind" in understanding online threats in comparison to staff at organisations which have not suffered such attacks (6%), a global survey claims.

Published in Security
Wednesday, 14 October 2020 09:27

WhistleOut says 'Money no object for iPhone 12 fans'

A new survey from phone and Internet comparison site WhistleOut shows "strong Australian interest in the new iPhone 12 range" and that "iPhone fans are willing to pay more for their handsets than other people" - but will they go on payment plans or buy outright?

Published in Home Tech

Unlocking Aussie mobile security sentiments and habits, the report reveals "nationwide confusion over critical security concepts – leading to risky habits", plus some top smartphone security tips

Published in Home Tech

Thycotic, a provider of privileged access management (PAM) solutions to more than 10,000 organisations, including 25 of the Fortune 100, today released its CISO Decisions survey, an independent global study that examines what most influences the board to invest in cyber security and the impact this has on CISO decision-making.

Published in Security

In the wake of cyber warfare threats, Australian IT staff say they're "frustrated with perceived lack of security awareness and preparedness from their employers", but business leads are still seeing cybersecurity as an ‘IT problem’.

Published in Security

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