GUEST RESEARCH: Only 6% of businesses globally use, access, and share data and data services in a way that grants them all the business benefits provided by a robust data strategy, according to new research from Snowflake, the data cloud company. The study of 1,000 business leaders and technology managers highlights the significant hurdles that the majority of organisations face in participating fully in the data economy.
Research conducted by recruitment firm Robert Half suggests organisations may need to move quickly if they are planning to fill IT skills gaps by bringing in workers from overseas.
60-up Australians are following an increasingly digital lifestyle, according to a survey, and it's likely to stay that way post-pandemic.
A survey of more than 3,500 decision-makers – 333 of them in Australia – carried out for business software company Pegasystems found real-time decisioning technology is more important than ever, but there are still barriers to its adoption and use.
ICT vendor Fujitsu says corporate security policies are fails to keep pace in the 'new normal' where employees often work from home.
A survey conducted for multicloud provider Rackspace Technology has found changes in the way businesses in the APAC region decide to to build or buy applications.
Working at home during lockdown has improved security awareness, but productivity — or convenience — still trumps security for many workers.
We're attached to our phones, but we don't take the best care of the data they contain.
Customers are increasingly willing to walk away from a supplier if they experience bad service, according to a new survey.
A small majority of ISVs, resellers and systems integrators are operating under different business models than they were two years ago, according to a survey conducted for a software vendor.
Almost a third of Australian businesses say electronic (non-card) payments are critical to them, according to a new survey.
The latest MYOB Business Monitor survey shows almost half of the respondents think being connected to the NBN would help their business.
A survey conducted by Symantec has found a worrying lack of awareness of privacy issues surrounding smartphone apps.
Australians are spending more - and less! - each month on their mobile phones than they used to.
Same network, different degree of satisfaction with coverage - how does that work?
82% of CIOs say they are unable to meet their business's need for always-on access to IT services, according to a survey conducted by data protection vendor Veeam.
A 13-country survey of senior business leaders commissioned by CA Technologies shows high-performing companies are part of the DevOps revolution.
Medium to large businesses in Australia have a high awareness of DevOps practices, and are gaining benefits from adopting the approach.
If you've ever sat through a meeting wondering "why am I here?" you're not alone. Two thirds of employees say meetings have little or no value.
Linux is becoming worse than Windows. :-(
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