Australians to spend $4.8 Billion online amid economic caution, says new report
Economic jitters fail to dampen Australia's $4.8 Billion online holiday shopping spree
Opportunities for growth in insurance in Southeast Asian market
The requirements and prioritisation are determined by the insurer, the market, and, most importantly, the ambition of the leadership.
Is customer data and the cloud key to retail’s success?
To establish a customer-centric approach and adapt to the retail sector’s resurgence, businesses must leverage the data and the cloud.
Agile IT leadership fundamental in path to modernisation
"The findings in our report show how agile IT leadership will need to continue to challenge legacy infrastructure solutions in order to simplify their core structure."
Amid Economic Uncertainty, Organisations are Turning to AI and ML
Ongoing economic uncertainty has driven Australian organisations to explore new ways to improve their operations and maintain their competitive edge.
Macroeconomic headwinds driving security up priority list
Current macroeconomic headwinds are driving security up enterprise’s priority list and reshaping the hardware Security Module market.
9 in 10 retailers prepared for economic challenges this year
Some 9 in 10 retailers (86%) are prepared for continued inflation, higher interest rates and potentially lower consumer spending, according to new research.
1 in 3 SMEs say they wont survive 6 months into a recession
34% of Aussie SMEs would not survive more than 6 months of economic downturn, with 14% unable to survive a recession at all.
More countries to adopt Bitcoin as legal tender in 2022 - expert
“By adopting cryptocurrency as legal tender these countries then immediately have a currency that isn’t influenced by market conditions within their own economy, nor directly from just one other country’s economy."
InterSystems and Veromo power Australia’s economic recovery with new banking solution
It is anticipated that the solution will help drive post-pandemic economic growth by making it easier for start-ups and entrepreneurs to turn their ideas into business reality.
Fujitsu addresses massive skills shortages with Global Strategic Partner Academy program
With a focus on Fujitsu employees, apprentices and new recruits, the Global Strategic Partner Academy program will offer training, re-training and experience-based development opportunities.
NZ economy entering 2021 as fit as a fiddle - research
While the COVID-19-induced recession initially derailed the nation’s economic recovery, New Zealand has managed to rebound sharply from its biggest economic slump.
'Wealth economy' key to measuring economic growth – University of Cambridge
Current economic indicators such as the GDP are inadequate for effective economic policymaking, a new study from the Bennett Institute for Public Policy at the University of Cambridge claims.
Subscription economy driving significant shift for Aussie businesses
“The survey results highlight the increasing pressure coming to bear on Australian businesses as a direct result of changing consumer demands.
Australian businesses: Prepare for an economic slowdown
Business risks are expected to increase in 2016. At the same time, it is unlikely there will be any improvement in the coming year
Tech Hub launches in Wellington for NZ's brightest minds
A Tech Hub has been established in Wellington by the City Council to serve tertiary institutions, start-up ventures, established businesses and more.
NZ central bank, in neutral, will weigh drought, higher TWI in revising forecasts
The Reserve Bank of New Zealand will probably keep interest rates unchanged this week, reiterating that monetary policy is in neutral, while revising
Pivotal looking to change Big Data forever
Pivotal is looking to change the economics of Big Data forever with their new "Pivotal Big Data Suite" offering.