Australia's leading source of security and threat news
Emerging Technology stories
These search results are from across the Techday network of sites
Three success factors for business and IT transformation
As technological progress is continuous, it forces business leaders to remain agile if they want to secure a competitive advantage.
Low-code goes mainstream
By enabling software development without relegating coding to specific developers, low-code is set to soar in popularity this year.
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.
Six digital transformation trends to watch in 2021
During 2021, CIOs will have to work throughout their organisations and apply digital technologies and data to unlock new business opportunities, writes Cohesity head of systems engineering A/NZ Derek Cowan.
IDTechEx: the role of emerging tech in fighting COVID-19
2020 will go down in history for the year of the global pandemic, but also for the rise of innovative digital technologies.
RMIT researchers create ‘light-powered’ AI chip
The nanoscale advance combines the core software needed to drive artificial intelligence with image-capturing hardware in a single electronic device.
Australian executives shift focus to must-have technologies amid COVID-19
Business survival has emerged as the number one reason to invest in emerging technologies as Australian executives re-evaluate strategic priorities.
Social distancing tech amongst top emerging technology trends - Gartner
“Emerging technologies are disruptive by nature, but the competitive advantage they provide is not yet well known or proven in the market."
Reducing the amount of time employees spend on email
In many organisations, business managers are looking for ways to minimise the use of email or make it more efficient so that employees can focus more on deep work and creative tasks instead of on managing their emails.
Eight positive technology trends to come out of COVID-19
The involuntary adoption of these technologies will have a long-lasting impact well beyond COVID-19, says SYSPRO Asia-Pacific chief executive officer Rob Stummer.
Ingram invests in APAC with new leadership and partner support
Expands Advanced Solutions strategy to APAC to advance partner capabilities, with ASEAN VP Francis Choo at the helm.
Chinks in the armour: Why the post COVID-19 cloud is easy game for cybercriminals
Now’s the time for CIOs to pause and make sure their digital transformation projects are fit for today, and the future.
Quantum technology holds 'huge potential' in Australia - report
The emerging sector could create 16,000 jobs in Australia and generate over AU$4 billion in annual revenue in the next 20 years, according to CSIRO.
Nuclear sector encourages diversity & emerging tech
Sydney played home to an event that promoted diversity in the nuclear sector, celebrating those who are using nuclear technologies and science in ‘peaceful’ ways.
Revealed: Global trends in technology investment
The US and China see total investment values drop year-on-year, but the UK records a rise in investment into British tech companies.
Female-focused healthtech solutions a growing market
Technologies such as mHealth, telehealth, and wearable devices to help pregnancy care, fertility, and menstrual care treatments while reducing costs.
Nanotech brings tough, flexible sensor to life
Engineers at the University of Waterloo have created a silicone/graphene material that can act as a sensor for wearable technologies.
CompTIA launches tool to measure emerging tech-readiness
CompTIA says the assessment will help to identify what steps are needed to ensure organisations expand their business.
44% of CIOs think their AI comprehension 'not very successful' - survey
The data showed 41% of organisations are using artificial intelligence (AI) in some way, which has doubled from just 19% the previous year.
Business enthusiasm for emerging tech clashes with cybersecurity woes - CompTIA
The report also finds spending on hardware, software, services and telecom is projected to reach almost $5.2tn globally.
Australian businesses lead the way with AI, edge computing and IoT
“Australian businesses are once again showing why we are a leader in innovation. They relish new technologies and are adept at leveraging them to improve services for customers, staff and the wider community."
Kordia acquires Auckland cloud consultancy firm
“Digital migration is the new frontier every business must navigate to mitigate risk, manage infrastructure and succeed in the digital world."
Australian organisations dominate global Boomi awards
Anglicare Southern Queensland, University of Melbourne, ORIX Australia and Flinders University win top honours for initiatives based on Boomi.
Explosive drone market represents new business opportunities
“Drone providers must pay close attention to the shifting wants and needs of their customers. As the market matures, more businesses will view drones as devices on the network that must adhere to security, data, and operational protocols.”