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COVID-19 spurs on public sector IT modernisation
The findings point to a concentrated modernisation effort throughout the sector over the past few months, with 70% of respondents saying COVID-19 has caused IT to be viewed more strategically in their organisations.
Cybercriminals take bold steps forward as confidence soars - CrowdStrike report
Criminals are especially interested in targeting the supply chain as it enables them to go after multiple targets from a single intrusion point.
Strong fourth quarter for Zoom in wake of COVID crisis
"Our ability to rapidly respond and execute drove strong financial results throughout the year."
Covid-19 sees rapid cloud adoption, rise in double-extortion ransomware
“We need to act now to stop this cyber pandemic spreading out of control."
Are CFOs calling the shots?
Accelerated transformation has exponentially evolved the role of chief financial officer.
Cyber-pandemic: The most notable cyber attacks of 2020
2020 and the COVID-19 pandemic saw employees move to remote working, keeping IT professionals on high alert for cyberattacks.
Gartner reveals latest forecast for government IT spending
Worldwide government IT spending is forecast to total $483 billion in 2021, an increase of 5.1% from 2020, according to the latest forecast by Gartner.
The six most in demand tech jobs
COVID-19 disruption has led to a greater reliance on technology, which is fuelling a sharp increase in demand for several roles across the technology sector.
'Masters of Change' will define future as digital gap widens in wake of COVID
A wave of companies are racing to reinvent themselves and use technology innovations to shape the new realities they face.
3 days at home, 2 days in the office? What's the ideal working scenario in the new COVID normal?
The days of physically reporting to an office every day of the workweek are not likely to resume once the COVID-19 pandemic is over.
A year of COVID: New Zealand's online behaviour revealed
A true testament to the year that's been, when looking the most downloaded apps of the year, TikTok reigned king.
COVID-19 fuels e-commerce market in Australia
"A significant rise in consumer preference for online channels during the pandemic coupled with proliferation of online retailers and customised payment solutions will further drive e-commerce growth in Australia.”
Rapid shifts to the cloud may leave organisations at higher risk of cyber threats
While cloud migration isn’t simple, it can be enabled and improved using the right security tools.
How to stage large-scale events in COVID-19 era
The solution manages workforce needs for public events, plus supports contactless clock on and contact tracing.
Video: 10 Minute IT Jams - Who is Logmore?
Logmore is a Finnish company specialising in shipment condition monitoring using an in-house cloud service and QR code tags. With its specialisation in temperature monitoring for food and pharmaceuticals, the company is keeping busy with COVID-19 vaccine shipments.
Poly integrates antimicrobial protection into wireless phones
The Poly Rove family of phones are built with an antimicrobial technology developed by Microban.
Vulnerability disclosures back to expected rates despite COVID disruption
The total number of vulnerabilities in 2020 is on track to exceed 2019.
'Future-ready' companies could unlock $5.4 tn in growth with effective digital strategy
According to new research from Accenture, 'future-ready' companies have achieved nearly twice the efficiency and three times the profitability of peers.
Microsoft study reveals improvement in digital civility
"Our societies are relying on and embracing digital technologies more than ever amid COVID-19, and a safer internet will improve experiences and shape the well-being of our communities."
The three layers of a successful digital transformation project
2021 brings hope of new opportunities for C-suite executives. CIOs and their IT teams who get the right mix now can bake success into their digital business strategy.
IT siloes dissolving as firms mobilise IT ops & DevOps convergence
IT siloes are disappearing legacy processes are on the way out - much of it due to the impact of COVID-19.
Cyber criminals target education sector as remote learning increases
“Unfortunately, until all students are back in the classroom full-time, educational institutions will continue to be a popular target for criminals."
Employees ready to trick AI tracking tech, Gartner finds
“Just as we’ve seen with every technology aimed at restricting its users, workers will quickly discover the gaps in AI-based surveillance strategies."
Enterprise still failing to prepare for risk despite events of the last 12 months
More than 70% of enterprises lack the technology to detect unexpected events that may negatively impact their business, according to a new study.