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SaaS
Atturra partners with Focus HQ to support Aus organisations
Atturra has executed a partnership agreement with Focus HQ, to resell and support the company's Australian developed SaaS-based portfolio management platform.
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Snowflake
How user-based pricing is shifting the goal posts for the software industry
As business software has developed during the past 30 years, the way in which it’s paid for has also evolved.
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Customer experience
Human element key to world-class digital customer experience
Three years into a global pandemic and the shift to all things digital shows no signs of abating. Good digital customer experience is therefore becoming essential.
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Automation
InEight announces latest construction software innovations
InEight has announced its next instalment of innovations, including automated EVM, real-time data and predictive scheduling.
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AppsFlyer
Top mobile marketing trends for 2022 revealed in new report
According to a new report by AppsFlyer, the top predicted mobile marketing trends for 2022 will likely see a significant change in the way companies conduct business.
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Gartner
Supply chain issues and low demand for Chomebooks drives down PC shipments
This is the first year-over-year decline following six consecutive quarters of growth. For the year, PC shipments reached 339.8 million units in 2021, a 9.9% increase from 2020.
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Sustainability
Lenovo technology predictions for 2022: AI, hybrid working, security and sustainability
After a year of transition, Lenovo offers a range of predictions and new approaches it believes will take hold in the Asia Pacific markets for 2022 and beyond.
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Ransomware
New lows for ransomware attacks, decline in critical infrastructure defences expected in 2022
New lows for ransomware attacks, an increase in nation state attacks, a decline in critical infrastructure defences, and 2022 becoming the year of the defender.
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Artificial Intelligence
Robopreneurs to emerge amid pandemic triggered disruptions
Tech analytics company 5Jewels Research has predicted that robopreneurs will emerge aggressively amid frequent disruptions triggered by the pandemic. 
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Gartner
Digital currencies on the up, role of CFO more important than ever
By 2024, 20% of large organisations will use digital currencies for payments, stored value or collateral, according to the analyst firm Gartner.
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Cyber Threats
IDC: Digital transformation investments lead to increased cyber threats for APAC
IDC has explored what the cyber threat landscape will look like in the new year, with a few key predictions around different attack models and possible solutions.
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Ransomware
2022 cybersecurity predictions from CrowdStrike
With 2022 set to be another year full of cybersecurity threats, CrowdStrike predicts the most significant threats for next year.
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Sustainability
Enterprise-wide cloud and smart edge computing to lead the way in 2022
The pandemic has driven an unprecedented rate of digital migration. And in an increasingly digital-first economy, APAC organisations are leading the charge, with research revealing that 28% of organisations in APAC are already in the most progressive stages of digital transformation maturity.
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Cybersecurity
Contextual analytics, cybersecurity mesh, and zero-touch service management to dominate IT in 2022
The role of IT has expanded significantly over the last two years, with organisations forced to rethink and revamp the way they work.
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Blockchain
Zero Trust, blockchain, 6GHZ superhighway amongst next year's top tech predictions
Key senior technology management from the company have issued their predictions for 2022, providing advice to enterprises on trends in the year ahead for Zero Trust, blockchain, Wi-Fi, AIOps, cloud and 5G adoption.
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SaaS
Cloud forecast for 2022 – increase in digital connectivity
As the world spins towards 2022, it is clear that the new year will see our reliance on cloud technologies becoming more vital than ever before.
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Sisense
Redefining ‘the culture of analytics’ in 2022
More Australian and New Zealand organisations are harnessing the power of AI and data to drive revenue growth and improve efficiencies.
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Artificial Intelligence
Xero hits milestone in AI strategy with latest predictions feature
“As we continue to leverage AI to build rich customer experiences, we’ll streamline more and more critical business tasks and processes for our customers."
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Edge Computing
Forrester has released a series of predictions for 2022
Forrester has published a series of reports that predict what tech executives need to look out for in 2022. 
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Cybersecurity
McAfee Enterprise & FireEye predict the cyber threats you can expect to see in 2022
As the calendar year starts to wind up, businesses must start preparing for the new year ahead.
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Gartner
Gartner reveals top predictions for 2022 and beyond
The bulk of the report focus on the lessons learned by businesses and IT leaders during ongoing COVID-related disruptions.
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Cybersecurity
40% of boards will have dedicated cybersecurity committees by 2025 — Gartner
“To ensure that cyber risk receives the attention it deserves, many boards of directors are forming dedicated committees that allow for discussion of cybersecurity matters in a confidential environment, led by someone deemed suitably qualified.”
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Cybersecurity
What does the future of infosecurity entail?
2020 has presented the world with constant changes, curveballs and shifts in business strategy.  This has caused the infosecurity industry to implement real-world solutions which are likely to remain beyond the end of this global pandemic and into 2021.
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Cybersecurity
Securing the 'next normal' — Check Point's cybersecurity predictions for 2021
“One of the few predictable things about cyber-security is that threat actors will always seek to take advantage of major events or changes – such as COVID-19, or the introduction of 5G – for their own gain."