Viewpoints on business challenges and risk management

Supply chain disruption as one of many areas of concern, opportunity for technology and life sciences clients. A recent survey of TechAssure’s insurance agent and broker members underscores how the COVID-19 pandemic has shaped their technology and life sciences clients’ approach to key business challenges and risks. “Technology and life…

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Data and analytics market in China to increase

Increasing at 10.2 per cen5 CAGR over 2020-2025 Data and analytics market in China, in terms of enterprise spending opportunity, is expected to increase at a CAGR of 10.2 per cent over 2020-2025, boosted by the acceleration in enterprise digital transformation efforts in the country, and growing demand for business…

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Yonsei University unveil collaboration to bring IBM Quantum System One to Korea

Korea set to become the fourth country to have a co-located IBM Quantum System One. Yonsei University announced that Korea is expected to become the fourth country in the world to have an on-premises IBM Quantum System One after the United States, Germany, and Japan. Expected to be deployed at the Songdo International…

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Australia invests A$111M in Quantum Technology

Investment To Back Australia’s Quantum Technology Future. The Morrison Government is investing $111 million to secure Australia’s quantum future, supporting the commercialisation, adoption and use of this new technology to create jobs, support Australian business and keep Australians safe. Prime Minister Scott Morrison today released the Blueprint and Action Plan…

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Data vital to leading healthcare providers

Digital capabilities help with patient treatment. Mental health issues were growing at an alarming rate before COVID-19, with one in five Australians experiencing a mental or behavioural disorder in any given year. The pandemic has accelerated this trend and made it harder for already stretched mental health services to deal…

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New supply chain priorities in APAC

Ensuring technology-enabled supply chain visibility . Over the past year, organizations across APAC had to recalibrate their business models as every aspect of operation was disrupted by the pandemic. While there are many factors at play, Covid-19 highlighted the weaknesses of the global supply chain, with production and distribution of…

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Business technologists primarily responsible for building analytics capabilities

Half of business technologists produce technology capabilities for users beyond their own department. Half of business technologists produce capabilities for users beyond their own department and/or enterprise, according to a new survey from Gartner. They are primarily responsible for building analytics capabilities (36 per cnt) but are also involved in…

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Four trends driving near-term artificial intelligence innovation

Responsible AI, small and wide data, operationalisation and efficient resource use will be key to scaling AI initiatives. The AI market remains in an evolutionary state, with a high percentage of AI innovations appearing on the upward-sloping Innovation Trigger (see Figure 1). This indicates a market trend of end users…

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AusNet Services invests in the future with technology

Cloud transformation, data, and AI for Australia energy infrastructure company. Diversified Australian energy infrastructure business AusNet Services has invested in a series of innovative applications to streamline operations and lift customer experiences as part of a digital overhaul with data and analytics at its heart. ASX-listed AusNet Services owns over…

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Chubu Electric Power Group to drive digital transformation

Japanese energy company creates new data analytics unit. Chuba Electric Power Group’s Tsunagu Community Analytics will support a group-wide operations overhaul and creation of new services. Tsunagu was established to provide Chubu Electric with advanced data analytics capabilities as part of its goal of enhancing the operations of its various…

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