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LogRhythm announces eight cybersecurity predictions for 2019
LogRhythm’s predictions paint a sombre picture for the state of cybersecurity in 2019.
Cloud, DevOps, governance - Modis lists 2019 predictions
Experimentation with new technologies will boom in 2019, as cloud services make advanced tools more accessible.
1E's cybersecurity predictions for 2019
While organisations have become more aware of the significant risks posed by cyber-attacks, hackers have continued to up the ante.
2019’s top three cybersecurity trends - Akamai
Cybercriminals have been moving towards a ‘gig economy’ – an underground community of malicious actors exchanging services.
2019: The year attackers steal faces - Forcepoint
While passwords may change, physical biometrics are genetic and specific to each person.
The forces that will shape cloud management in 2019
Australian businesses have been forecast to spend almost $5.6 billion on public cloud services in 2019.
Insights: What will happen with data privacy in 2019?
It is certainly the season for predictions and so without further ado, here are some insights from Ensighten CEO Ian Woolley
Three imperatives for the modern workplace in 2019
Global IT services company Avanade has released what it sees as the three most important technology focus areas for workplaces in the coming year.
The disaster recovery-as-a-service market is on the rise
As time progresses and advanced technologies are implemented, the demand for disaster recovery-as-a-service is also expected to increase.
What disaster recovery will look like in 2019
“With nearly half of all businesses experiencing an unrecoverable data event in the last three years, current backup solutions are no longer fit for purpose."
Different approach to malware detection needed – VMware
Security needs to move away from the traditional approach of chasing after arbitrary forms of malware.
EkkoSense: 5 steps to maximising data centre performance
The company has shared what it believes are the five data centre optimisation trends that will maximise data centre performance in 2019.
How IoT and hybrid cloud will change in 2019
"Traditional VPN software solutions are obsolete for the new IT reality of hybrid and multi-cloud."
Forrester’s 14 quick tech predictions for 2019
Forrester weighs in on 2019 predictions, looking at how organisations will shift into a more precise application of transformative technologies.
Gartner’s top tips to keep relevant in the face of change
“Continuous change can be made into an asset if an organisation sharpens its vision in order to see the future coming.”
IDC - Smart home device sales up with no sign of slowing
The new IDC smart home device tracker forecasts solid growth for connected devices in key smart home categories.
IDC report: global AI spend to reach US$19 billion in 2018
The analyst also forecasts that cognitive and AI spending will grow to $52.2 billion in 2021.
Milestone Systems predict the future of the surveillance industry - 7 key trends
The company discusses issues around IoT and automation as well as how some integrators might struggle to keep up with the market.
Expert opinion: 5 myths surrounding the 'AI Hype Train'
Digital Realty's director of engineering says while AI does represent an exciting new utility, it doesn't herald the arrival of a sci-fi future.
5 retail technology predictions from Manhattan Associates
The trends include next-generation customer engagement, flexible checkouts and reimagined use of artificial intelligence.
Gartner says fertile ground for channel in CX tech
25% of organisations will use chatbots by 2020 and other predictions for CX tech by analysts at the Gartner Customer Experience Summit 2018 in Tokyo.
IBM vs Google vs Intel - The race to quantum computing
While a 300-bit quantum chip is theoretically feasible, it is not, at this time, practically possible, nor is it commercially viable.
NZTech’s top three tech trends impacting the wellbeing of Kiwis
CEO Graeme Muller says these major tech developments will significantly impact lives of New Zealanders for the better.
Big data to enjoy an even bigger year in 2018
Three interwoven data-driven trends will likely occupy the energies of business leaders over the next 12 months.