Challenge news stories
Fortinet training edges toward closing cybersecurity gap
The Fortinet Training Institute has made significant progress in closing the cybersecurity skills gap, on track to train one million people by 2026.
Mounting challenges threaten the promise of cloud in A/NZ
Cloud and data centre leaders must address misalignment exacerbating cloud costs and changes in strategic direction, according to a new study from ADAPT.
Amazon and Visa reach agreement in ongoing dispute
After a substantial ongoing feud, Amazon and Visa have agreed to settle a dispute over the credit card giant's fees.
MSPs face growing challenges, automation and AIOps present a solution
"Our new research has revealed that MSPs, global enterprises and other technology organisations, are struggling to operate efficiently and ensure uptime as they remain short staffed."
APAC invest in tech to build resiliency during uncertain times
The study, 'Ready, Reset, Grow', shows that slowing economic growth, employee safety and well-being, and increased or new competition, are the top three challenges for APAC executives.
A/NZ businesses face significant and ongoing data challenges, study finds
"From the research, it is clear that they are facing a triumvirate of data challenges - data sprawl, management complexity, and increasingly intricate security requirements."
Digital transformation halted by lack of skills, money and partner support
Despite a desire to engage in digital transformation, Cloud Industry Forum (CIF) and BT research finds that lack of skills and resources, as well as support from partners, is slowing down these plans.
Internet of Things
Massey Uni students win big at global IoT challenge
At the Keysight IoT Innovation challenge in New York City, the team was awarded US$25,000 in cash and US$25,000 worth of select Keysight test equipment for Massey University as the global winner of the Smart Land category.
Robot prepares to make 1,000 metre vertical climb in Norway
"I’m looking forward to accomplishing our greatest challenge yet through leveraging and maximising our past experiences.”