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UK businesses at risk as employees download apps without consent
UK businesses face a cybersecurity risk as 67% of employees download software and apps without obtaining consent.
Enable announces Australia's first rebate strategy conference 'Elevate'
Enable reveals 'Elevate', Australia's inaugural rebate strategy conference, set to tackle supply chain challenges.
Kiwi firms risk IP loss through unchecked AI use – report
Kiwi companies could lose their intellectual property through unchecked artificial intelligence use, warns Convergence.
Australian fintech startup numbers dwindle amid challenging economic conditions
Number of Australian fintech startups drops for the first time, down 3% to 830, as challenging economic conditions persist.
Australian businesses lead in AI adoption, HubSpot research reveals
Australian businesses are leading the way in adopting AI technology, with major firms utilising generative AI tools, says HubSpot research.
UK IT decision-makers confident in meeting net-zero targets
Research reveals 81% of UK IT decision-makers remain confident in achieving net-zero targets despite sustainability challenges.
Australian businesses increasingly incorporating AI into marketing strategies
Almost all Australian businesses now use artificial intelligence (AI) in their marketing strategies, according to a Twilio Segment study.
OVHcloud introduces new AI-focused offerings powered by NVIDIA GPUs
OVHcloud debuts new AI product line powered by high-grade NVIDIA GPUs, bolstering machine learning capabilities.
More Australians turning to mobile banking, Westpac leading the way
More Aussies use mobile banking with Westpac's app hailed as top-notch in Forrester's review, a first time feat.
SafetyCulture unveils updated platform aiming to serve 100 million users by 2032
SafetyCulture introduces an updated operations platform with ambitious plans to serve 100 million users by 2032.
Agile software development pivotal to future AI and ML growth, says expert
The future of AI and ML will be shaped by Agile software development, says Damian Winczewski, Head of Agile at STX Next.
UK shoppers expected to be cautious in upcoming holiday season
UK consumers expected to keep a tight rein on their wallets this festive season despite falling inflation rates.
UK organisations lack cyber resilience, claims e2e-assure study
75% of CISOs have experienced a cyber attack, but only 22% describe their organisation as resilient, according to a study by e2e-assure.
Australia's cloud usage significantly higher, increasing malware risk
A new study says Australia's high cloud usage has increased cybersecurity risks, as malware delivered via the ecosystem rises.
Cybersecurity concerns rise as organisations bolster defences
Rising cybersecurity risks prompt mounting defences within global organisations, according to Genetec research.
Unverified open Wi-Fi networks expose half of British internet users to risk
Half of UK internet users risk cyber threats by connecting to unverified public Wi-Fi networks, reveals a study.
DXC Technology unveils staggering cost of 'tech debt' for business
DXC Technology reveals that technical debt may cost businesses billions, hindering innovation and growth. 46% of IT executives say it is severely restrictive.
Young UK finance professionals under stress, consider leaving industry
Nearly 40% of young UK finance professionals have taken stress leave, with over half considering leaving the sector.
Milieu Insight unveils Canvas 2.0 for agile, collaborative market research
UK-based research and analytics firm Milieu Insight has launched Canvas 2.0, a platform that enables real-time collaboration for market research teams.
UK IT leaders view digital infrastructure as a business risk
A Telehouse Europe study found 95% of UK IT leaders perceive their infrastructure as a potential business risk.
Generative AI security risks underestimated by IT leaders, survey reveals
IT leaders underestimate potential security threats posed by generative AI technology, Australian survey reveals.
Australian businesses underestimate risks to supply chain
Research released by McGrathNicol Advisory warns Australian business leaders of overconfidence regarding supply chain risks.
Shoppers believe Amazon can be outdone on Prime Day discounts, study finds
Prime Day could significantly bolster retail as 80% of European and US consumers are poised for online bargain hunting.
TILTLABS expands into Geospatial Digital Twins for smart urban development
TILTLABS set to reshape urban environments with Geospatial Digital Twins, offering sustainable, efficient, and data-driven urban spaces.