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
Talend Data Health Barometer reveals ability to manage data is worsening
Most respondents believe data is important, 97% face challenges in using it effectively, and nearly half say it’s not easy to use data to drive business impact
IDC finds the majority of executives expecting a recession
59% of respondents believe 2023 will be a recession year. Of these, nearly 30% believe we are amidst a recession. Another 26% expect a recession in later 2022.
Small and Medium Enterprise
Aussie businesses charging ahead with global expansion
Despite economic challenges, 69% of Australian SMEs plan to be operating outside Australia by 2027, according to a new report.
Slower spending, turbulent economy to make 2023 planning difficult
Business leaders who plan for “business as usual" modest spending increases in the year ahead will fall short, according to Forrester.
Pound for pound, PaySauce adds up to best payroll value at Kilo
When online whole foods retailer Kilo took a closer look at PaySauce, it realised there was a better, faster way of handling timesheets, payroll and the associated administration.
How to increase the success rate of business data projects
Amid changing economic conditions and uncertainties about supply chains and staff availability, it's never been more important for New Zealand organisations to be innovative.
DCI Data Centers breaks ground on AKL02 center
DCI Data Centers has commenced construction on Auckland's largest data center.
Half of employees are struggling to meet basic living costs
"The feeling of uncertainty is prompting more employees to remain with their employer with the expectation they will be rewarded for their loyalty."
How businesses can prepare for the federal election’s market impacts
Election results can have significant impacts on the Australian economy. Here's what Corpay suggests businesses should be thinking about.
Preparing for the digital decade with the right workforce strategies
For a decade that started under the pall of the pandemic, the 2020s is poised to end with a bang with the digital economy swelling to a high across the world.
Security Information and Event Management
Exabeam offering gives customers 245% ROI over three years
Exabeam has announced the results of a commissioned Total Economic Impact (TEI) study, which shows its Fusion SIEM offering has achieved a 245% return on investment (ROI).
Businesses unable to properly succeed in data economy
Only 6% of businesses use, access, and share data and data services in a way that grants them all the business benefits provided by a robust data strategy.
Duality and NTT DATA revolutionize privacy enhanced secure data collaboration
Our new global economy has exponentially grown our digital footprint, and for many organisations maximising on the value of the critical, yet sensitive data they are collecting is paramount.
Small and Medium Enterprise
MYOB Kiwi business survey shocks with low confidence
The 2022 MYOB Business Monitor survey has found more than two thirds of SMEs are expecting the economy to decline in the next 12 months.
ACS encourages federal leaders to think bigger around tech jobs
The Australian Computer Society (ACS) is calling for greater visionary thinking from federal leaders around the industries of the future, particularly relating to IT technology roles.
Big Data Exchange
BDx expands reach in Asia with Singapore global HQ
Big Data Exchange (BDx) has announced the relocation of the company's global headquarters to Singapore, with the aim of creating new career opportunities and increasing data center offerings and energy effectiveness.
IT in Manufacturing
Major growth for IoT manufacturing market by 2026 - report
A new report by Future Market Insights on the Internet of Things manufacturing market says the market share is likely to reach approx. US$399 billion by 2026.
DSA study finds economic benefit of using MHz band
A new study by the Dynamic Spectrum Alliance (DSA) has found that Indonesia, Kenya, Nigeria and South Africa’s economies could benefit if they decide to enable unlicensed access to the 5925-7125 MHz band.
Govt creates roadmap for growth in NZ's tech sector
The digital technology sector is now one of the country’s top earners, contributing an estimated $6.6 billion to the economy in 2019.
eInvoicing the key to economic recovery in Australia
In line with new legal requirements put in place by the Australian Taxation Office (ATO), eInvoicing practices are being widely rolled out in a bid to enhance the Australian economy.
New roundtable series by The Malaysia Global Business Forum to discuss threat matrix in digital economy
The Malaysia Global Business Forum (MGBF) has announced the launch of a new roundtable series titled "The Evolving Threat Matrix of the Digital Economy".
New book reveals massive flaws in Australian cybersecurity management
Cybercrime has been estimated to cost the Australian economy AUD$42 billion, according to a new book released by a UNSW cybersecurity expert.
New Grover study reveals cost impact of consumer electronics around the globe.
A new global study by Grover has revealed the expense of in-demand electronics around the world, shining a light on problems with supply chain shortage and currency fluctuations in the midst of the pandemic.