GUEST OPINION: With data dependency at an all-time high for businesses, almost every company is looking to establish themselves as a technology-first company, similar to Amazon or Netflix.
GUEST OPINION: Data pipelines are the lifeblood of the modern enterprise. Efficient data pipelines can be the difference between an architecture that delivers real value to the business or one that becomes a burden. Enterprises receive data 24 hours a day, seven days a week, from the web, enterprise applications, and mobile and IoT devices. Data engineers must collect, transform, and deliver data to different lines of business, while keeping up with the latest technology innovations to stay ahead of business demands. However, traditional legacy architectures create challenges every step of the way, making the task of the data engineer more complex.
Understanding how Covid has changed the way businesses deal with their suppliers will be key to winning and keeping business in 2022, writes Marcus McNamara, Head of APAC, Sana Commerce: It’s been two years since the virus up-ended life as we knew it, here in Australia and around the world. Businesses have been on a tumultuous journey since that time, with many forced to abandon long standing processes and practices and embrace new ones. Pivoting to digital has been the common theme, with enterprises turning to online platforms and programs to maintain business continuity and interact with their suppliers and customers.
GUEST RESEARCH: Australian organisations are no strangers to the consequences of a successful cyberattack. System outages, financial loss, and reputational damage resulting from a ransomware infection or data breach are now part of the weekly news cycle. Today’s security professionals are faced with a daunting set of responsibilities to identify critical threats and limit lasting damage from attacks.
GUEST OPINION: After a year marred by disruption and uncertainty, Australian businesses in 2022 are now turning their attention to what the next 12 months has in store.
GUEST OPINION: Battered and bruised from the harsh realities of COVID lockdowns, Australian businesses are looking forward to what they hope will be a much better year ahead.
After another year of disruption and uncertainty, Australia’s business leaders are now turning their attention to what lies ahead in 2022. When it comes to technology, the outlook is a mixture of challenges and opportunities.
You can talk to your smartphones, tablets, computers, TVs, smart speakers, smart displays, home systems and more, and one of the world's favourite ways to speak to your devices is Amazon's Alexa, with Amazon sharing how we're using Alexa devices.
Predicting technology trends is a challenging task—even more so coming out of a year where the world flipped in unforeseen ways. In 2020, circumstances accelerated years’ worth of digital transformation in mere months, bringing a profound and sustained impact to how we live and work. COVID-19 has expedited digital adoption in every business across every industry. It has also highlighted the critical role digital infrastructure and technology play in enabling business success. So, what can we anticipate in the coming year and beyond?
Alibaba's global research initiative has compiled its must-read forecast of the fascinating leading trends that will shape the tech industry in the year ahead.
With 2020 a year we'll never forget, what were the top searches by Aussies during the year on Google, as reported by Google? There's also a great three minute film that wraps up the year and shows that we all searched "why" more than ever.
Augmented Reality is allowing Australian car buyers to "try on" a new Volkswagen T-Roc or T-Cross in great detail, inside and out, and visualise it in their driveway, garage or elsewhere, at different sizes, as COVIDsafe buying of big ticket items online takes off in a big way! iTWire talks to CCMO Jason Bradshaw on video to find out more.
Disruption and competitive threats face every business, so what's some advice on how to handle this reality in 2019 so your business is the one doing the disruption, rather than being disrupted?
How is NCR helping to create connected experiences in the financial world, and helping to positively disrupt the way things have been done for decades?
Global cloud host AWS claims it is in a unique position to observe industry trends with over 40% of the cloud market in its hands. Artificial intelligence continues to dominate and is becoming easier, says its lead architect.
Akamai and (ISC)2 are holding a "Live Security Webinar" on 8 August at 3pm AEST with the latest information on real-world incidents, security best practices, trends and more.
Accenture's wonderfully detailed and freely downloadable 78-page PDF report on its insights and technology vision for 2018 is expertly explained by one of its top technology evangelists, Harshu Deshpande.
Today’s cyber criminals are able to achieve their aims using increasingly advanced tools and techniques designed to get around most network defences, go undetected during the intrusion, and then remain hidden on networks over long periods of time.
Facebook's head of Messenger, David Marcus, has listed some predictions on "what’s to come for messaging after a momentous 2017, including hitting 1.3 billion people using Messenger monthly and 13 million just in Australia".
The Consumer Technology Association's annual report now includes streaming services, projected to contribute US$19.5 billion in revenue, with the full video of the presentation to the media available below.
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