How legacy tech can mitigate supply chain issues and foster sustainable IT
Global supply chains, which have run smoothly for decades, have suddenly faced several connected systemic issues: a global shortage of semiconductor chips; an energy-supply crisis; transport disruption; and labour shortages.
Health and safety top concern for APAC corporate travellers
APAC corporate travellers are concerned about the continuing health and safety threats from COVID-19, even as they retain high interest in travelling.
COVID pandemic pushed consumers into digital payments
78% of Aussies who use digital wallets say the COVID-19 pandemic pushed them towards using digital means of payment.
NZ telco market slowly recovers from impact of COVID-19 - IDC
The 2022 IDC Telecommunications Market Analysis and Forecast Report says the overall market is relatively flat with marginal growth of 0.4% in the year to June 2022.
Data loss prevention market to reach $12 billion by 2027
Rising compliance and regulatory requirements across the globe are the key factors driving the growth of the Data Loss Prevention market.
Good connectivity key to business growth
Businesses need good internet. It sounds like a no-brainer, but it’s a mantra that Richard Conway, Founder and CEO of Pure SEO, credits with the ongoing success and growth of his SEO company.
Data Driven? Be careful what you wish for
Businesses don’t need to be data driven – data is meaningless without context and application. What businesses do need, is to be profitable
Hyperscale data centre market size is projected to reach US$10B
Growing data security concerns are paving the way for Asia Pacific hyperscale data centre market forecast to remain strong through 2027
Gaming gadgets market is predicted to grow at 8.2% CAGR through 2032
The gaming gadgets industry is predicted to be worth US$71.30 billion by 2022 and US$156.7 billion by 2032, according to FMI
Operationalising your hybrid work strategy
Two years since the pandemic, a key learning is this: Hybrid work cannot simply be a buzzword that is thrown around and only practised when convenient.
Covid crisis sees 62% of AU organisations embrace change
Aa new report shows a direct correlation between the benefits of embracing accelerated change and improved business performance.
Global PC shipments decline another 15% in 3Q22 – IDC
Shipment volumes remain well above pre-pandemic levels when PC volumes were largely driven by commercial refreshes.
The post-pandemic workplace: future technological trends and their impact on frontline workers
According to the Australia Bureau of Statistics, one in four employed Australians reported that the job situation of someone in their household changed in July 2022, with nearly twice as many changing to working-from-home arrangements.
How to steer a safe path through tenant-to-tenant migration
One result of the widespread enterprise adoption of Microsoft 365 is the need to move users from one instance of the suite to a new or different instance: a tenant-to-tenant (T2T) migration.
How Omicron-proof technology helped businesses traverse the ‘Big Sick’
When businesses were battling through Covid disruptions, contact centres were utilising innovative technology solutions.
COVID-19 relief innovation takes 2022 SAS Hackathon crown
In COVID-19’s wake, more than 287,000 MSMEs joined JakPreneur, a collaborative government platform that links entrepreneurs and stakeholders
Exclusive: RUCKUS offers practical solutions for an increasingly digital world
RUCKUS builds and delivers purpose-driven networks that perform in the tough environments of the industries it serves.
Exclusive: Corpay plans to provide more hedging features
Corpay addresses border payments and currency risk management. Offering hedging, payment technology, cash flow solutions and exotic currency capabilities
IVE Group selects Ricoh as a preferred print partner
“Choosing Ricoh was large decision for us at IVE Group, to bring in a new print vendor. The first in many years,” says McCulloch.
Industrial cybersecurity market to be US$43.5 billion by 2032
The global industrial cybersecurity market is expected to be worth US$20.7 billion in 2022, rising to US$43.5 billion by 2032.
Business leaders struggling to seize new opportunities
New research examines the impact of Covid-19 on the digital workplace and how technology can enable new ways of working.
Four ways to approach post-pandemic business challenges
With recession and inflation in the mix, pursuing the right opportunities and accessing the right people have both become challenging.
5 practical ways to fight recession with automation
In the wake of COVID-19, and as the spectre of recession once again looms, it’s a timely reminder to review your technology and make sure you’re getting ongoing value from your investment.
Australian IT security concerns higher than before pandemic
Australian organisations are more concerned about cyberattacks than they were prior to the COVID-19 pandemic, according to a new survey.