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EVme partners with Salesforce for strategic growth in Thailand's EV market
Thai EV service platform EVme teams up with Salesforce to ramp up personalised customer experiences, aiming to expand its vehicle fleet to 2,000 by 2024.
Fortinet report reveals cyber threats & defence gaps in Asia Pacific
Ransomware and phishing top cybersecurity concerns in Singapore, says Fortinet study. Increased remote working amplifies insider threats, with insufficient resource allocation also noted as a major hurdle.
Assured Data Protection appoints Paul Dix as new CFO
Assured Data Protection appoints seasoned finance professional Paul Dix as its CFO, reinforcing their growth strategy amid an increased demand for cloud data protection solutions.
Beyond the hype: Navigating the future of generative AI
AI is transitioning from novelty to business essential with generative AI tools bringing value to marketing and beyond, driving fact-based decisions, and addressing ethics and privacy concerns.
Australian CIOs increase AI investment amid application sprawl concerns
Despite challenges, Australian CIOs are increasingly keen on AI, planning significant budget boosts as per Canva's latest survey.
Secure Parking transforms with cutting-edge tech
Secure Parking's Voyager Program revolutionises the parking experience by leveraging cutting-edge tech, including AI, for an efficient, user-friendly system.
Change Your Password Day: Embracing stronger cybersecurity across Australia
On Change Your Password Day, Australians are encouraged to bolster their digital security by adopting longer, unique passphrases and using multi-factor authentication.
Netpoleon & Adaptive Shield unite for SaaS security boost in ANZ
Netpoleon and Adaptive Shield are joining forces to address surging demand for secure Software as a Service (SaaS) solutions in Australia and New Zealand, in response to a rise in data breaches.
Cyber crime damage costs firms up to $5m annually, says Barracuda
Annual business cybercrime recovery costs can reach up to $5m, with firms fearing a rise in GenAI-powered attacks, according to a Barracuda Networks report.
SentinelOne boosts AI-powered threat-hunting with new WatchTower features
SentinelOne boosts its AI-enabled WatchTower threat-hunting services with new features, helping businesses combat increasingly complex cyber attacks with machine speed effectiveness.
Kaspersky Standard scoops Product of the Year at AV-Comparatives
Kaspersky Standard secures AV-Comparatives Product of the Year award, acknowledging its record-breaking performance in cybersecurity testing.
SAS joins the National Cyber Resilience Centre Group
SAS joins the UK's National Cyber Resilience Centre Group, bolstering its efforts to protect small and medium-sized enterprises from cybercrime damages.
OutSystems outlines Generative AI & low-code trends for 2024
OutSystems unveils four key trends for 2024 highlighting the symbiosis of generative AI and low-code development in powering business transformations.
Singtel pioneers AI development initiative in Southeast Asia
Singtel unveils initiative to boost AI development and ecological sustainability in Singapore and Southeast Asia, with plans for AI-ready, eco-friendly data centres expansion.
Australians lose $3.1bn in 2022 to rising online scams
Aussies lost around $3.1bn in 2022 due to online scams, warns the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission and cloud security firm Akamai.
How CIOs can lead in achieving enterprise sustainability goals
CIOs are using their influence to drive sustainable practices within enterprises, leveraging technologies such as process automation and data analytics to boost ESG performance.
Australian firms breach no-payment policies due to cyberattacks
Research by AI data security firm Cohesity reveals escalating cyberattacks are forcing companies into paying ransoms, contradicting no-payment strategies, with difficulties in data recovery exacerbating the issue.
SentinelOne expands threat hunting capabilities in WatchTower services
AI security firm SentinelOne unveils advanced threat hunting capabilities for its WatchTower services, bolstering cybersecurity defences for businesses amid rising cyber threats.
IT & security teams converge to boost cyber resilience, study finds
A Commvault study reveals increased collaboration between IT and security teams in businesses, signalling trend towards enhanced cyber-resilience.
Ingram Micro Showcase 2024 set to shape Kiwi tech future
Ingram Micro Showcase 2024 gears up to connect over 2,000 tech partners, end users and industry leaders across three NZ cities.
Logpoint enhances Converged SIEM for optimised threat detection
Cybersecurity firm Logpoint bolsters the functionality of its Converged SIEM platform to optimise threat detection and case management.
UK Government launches AI Opportunity Forum to boost private sector
The UK Government launches its first AI Opportunity Forum, a pioneering initiative to speed up AI adoption in the private sector, promising to fuel innovation and productivity.
Great Office Return sees 92% of firms initiate mandatory in-office policy
Amid the 2023 'Year of the Great Office Return', 92% of UK firms enacted mandatory in-office policies leading to 40% reinstating a full workweek, despite notable commuting costs and disruptions.
Fujitsu partners with Origin for EV trial in Australia
Fujitsu launches EV trial with Australian energy firm Origin, a key move in realising its goal for a 100% zero emissions vehicle operational fleet by 2030.