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Banks, government and health providers 'most trusted' with personal data
Banks, government agencies and healthcare providers, in that order, are trusted the most by Aussies and Kiwis to keep customer personal data safe, according to a report from Genesys.
Orgs to take to the cloud post-pandemic, study shows
87% of enterprises will accelerate their cloud migration in a post-COVID-19 world reveals a study by LogicMonitor.
Natural disasters, card fraud Kiwis’ top security concerns
A study by Unisys reveals the security concerns of Kiwi consumers in the world of COVID-19.
Software providers seeing light at end of pandemic tunnel
ABSIA’s report uncovers expectations of growth and innovation and technological change as the Australian economy emerges from the pandemic.
Survey: poor backup planning can cripple online retail
New survey finds one in four retailers have permanently lost critical business data, damaging sales and revenue.
Research: Tech execs’ priorities in the ‘new normal’
AppDynamics’ new research reveals 95% of organisations have changed their technology priorities because of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Cost-effective security key demand for MSPs
A new survey conducted by Omida and commissioned by Acronis shows that there is an “overwhelming” demand for security services among MSPs.
Omnichannel retail outshines online-only during pandemic
Although, the research shows that there is still plenty for all online retailers to work on to meet rising customer expectations.
Energy efficiency, decent budgets and strong teams crucial for data centre projects
“Having the key personnel and external partners is critical to the long-term success of any data centre project, so the time required to assemble that team needs to be factored into any transformation project.”
Survey reveals Australians' appetite for remote working
The survey quizzed 1,000 office-working Australians, as well as participants in France, Germany, Italy and the UK, and was completed between 23 and 26 March.
Organisations take cloud-first approach to security, though concerns remain
"While the results of this survey show that some security professionals still have concerns, having visibility into cloud services is vital and many organisations are now taking a cloud-first approach to security.”
Revealed: The top digital data trends for crime scene investigation
75% of law enforcement and investigators say gathering digital evidence at the scene of a crime is critical for investigations, according to research from Cellebrite.
Worrying gap in local consumer cybersecurity savvy
New research shows A/NZ consumers feel clued in, but there’s clear room for improvement in their education and tools.
SolarWinds reports growing strength and satisfaction of channel partners
“We strongly value our partners, and our ability to drive customer success includes our vast partner network. It's heartening to see strong confidence shared by our partners worldwide."
'We are in a permanent state of cyber warfare' say 88% of IT pros
“Powerful attack methods, like establishing backdoors with machine identities, are now available as commodity malware, making it harder for security professionals to defend against these attacks.”
Security, compliance beat cost in healthcare cloud concerns
Nutanix report shows healthcare industry plans to ramp up hybrid cloud adoption to secure patient data and ensure regulatory compliance.
We’re still not ready for AI’s impact on employment
Australian individuals and companies “will need new skills and frameworks to be equipped to navigate the inevitable change ahead.”
New tech has a positive impact on job creation in 2020, survey reveals
New technologies such as automation are creating new jobs, a survey finds.
Adobe software used by 82% of Sundance Festival films
Adobe Premiere Pro is one of the most popular film editing tools used by top movie studios, according to data recently released by Adobe.
AXA Hong Kong explores what makes people tick
"Through these market insights, we strive to introduce more innovative and relevant products and services to empower people to live a better life."
Infosys: Cloud applications seen as foundation for DX
The company’s survey shows 54% of enterprises look at cloud applications as a foundation for their organisation’s digital transformation.
ISACA: What the next decade holds for tech
Global research shows AI will shape the technology landscape of 2020s, but unintended consequences pose big risks.
People, AI or chatbots: A/NZ consumers don’t differentiate with customer service
Australian and New Zealanders are happy to embrace a full range of self-serve and human customer service options, placing the highest premium on speed, knowledge, and accuracy of outcomes.
Customer service reps tired of not having the right tools - Pega
Software still isn’t solving basic issues that have long given customer-facing employees headaches.