Bundaberg Regional Council unleashes innovation, collars inefficiencies

Market growth will accelerate as organisations progress their AI maturity. Red tape is a feature of modern life – but used intelligently, modern technology can slice through the bureaucracy and make what might have been complex really quite simple. For example, Queensland requires all dog owners to register their animals…

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Top 10 Predictions for the future of trust and innovation

Top 10 Predictions for the Future of Trust International Data Corporation’s (IDC) top 10 predictions for the Future of Trust point to a new normal as the world continues to navigate the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic. Organizations – private sector, government, and educational institutions – have reached a digital…

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Top 10 predictions for the future of intelligence and digital infrastructure

Predictions for the Future of Intelligence. Results from the International Data Corporation (IDC) Future of Intelligence survey reveal a significant positive correlation between enterprise intelligence and better business outcomes. By investing in enterprise intelligence, organizations can achieve first-order benefits – improved decision-making, higher knowledge, and more efficiency – which in…

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Embracing technology and innovation in compliance and risk management

Are we truly becoming more knowledgeable to new and emerging risks? Organisations are collecting more data – the foundation of any decision making — because of improving technologies, changing business needs, to satisfy regulatory requirements and to enhance risk management capabilities in our institutions. According to Damien Pang executive director…

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China’s cyber security ambitions could fall short due to labour shortage

Tremendous gap between the demand and supply for talents in the data security industry.  Digitalisation is leading China’s high economic growth as a new engine. And with the support of emerging technologies such as 5G, AI, cloud computing, IoT (Internet of Things), blockchain, and big data, China’s digital industry is…

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Solarwinds’ cyber attacker behind current attempted attacks on governments

Microsoft identifies threat actor as NOBELIUM. The Microsoft Threat Intelligence Center (MSTIC) has detected nation-state activity associated with the threat actor tracked as NOBELIUM, attempting to gain access to downstream customers of multiple cloud service providers (CSP), managed service providers (MSP), and other IT services organisations (referred to as “service providers”…

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Cybersecurity Tax is hindering investment in future progress

Analysts talk to CIOs in Australian and New Zealand Organizations to discuss 2022. Seventy-three percent of Australian and New Zealand (A/NZ) CIOs said cybersecurity will be their biggest technology investment in 2022, as greater regulation and threats increase leadership focus on security, according to Gartner, Inc.’s annual global survey of…

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Three key focus areas for CIOs to drive value

Reaching beyond the constraints of current thinking. CIOs and IT executives should focus on three key areas – leading from anywhere, nurturing connections and reaching beyond. According to analyst firm Gartner, as organizations continue to emerge from the disruption of the Covid-19 pandemic, CIOs and IT executives will need to…

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