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Study highlights consumer distrust due to dark design patterns
Dovetail's study finds that 40% of users face financial loss due to 'dark design' tactics on eCommerce platforms.
IT decision-makers anticipate growth in data centre investment, study finds
Over 60% of IT decision-makers indicate substantial increases in data centre investment, according to a Telehouse survey.
Generative AI lagging in ANZ brand strategies despite high employee usage
Despite high employee usage, generative AI adoption in Australia and New Zealand brand strategies lags, says Adobe.
Keeper Security looks back growth & innovation in 2023
Keeper Security's robust growth and product evolution shine in 2023 review, led by business solutions and global expansion.
Relevance AI secures AU$15M for AI workforce expansion
Relevance AI bags AU$15M in Series A funding to help businesses build and democratise AI workforces across the globe.
UK retailers' financial stability threatened by limited profitability tracking
UK retailers at risk due to insufficient profitability tracking, with only 32% properly monitoring it, warns ROI Hunter research.
Progress in tech diversity as more businesses set targets
British tech firms are making notable strides in diversity, with over half setting explicit diversity targets, a report reveals.
Intel reveals transistor scaling breakthroughs at 2023 IDEM
Intel showcases groundbreaking transistor scaling innovations at 2023 IDEM, extending Moore's Law's principles. .
Ex-Google Cloud & Mandiant CTO takes helm at DTEX as CEO
Ex-Google Cloud and Mandiant CTO, Marshall Heilman, joins DTEX as CEO to tackle increasing insider risk threats.
IronVest CMO predicts rise in CNP fraud & masking tech use in 2024
IronVest CMO, Guy Bauman, forecasts an increase in card-not-present fraud and usage of 'masking' technologies in 2024.
Trustwave reveals cybersecurity risks in manufacturing in new study
Trustwave uncovers significant cyber threats to the manufacturing sector, including email-borne malware and server exploits.
AI propels European businesses towards increasing smart video adoption
AI is increasingly driving businesses across Europe to adopt smart video use, with numerous sectors recognising AI's potential impact.
Alert anxiety hits workers over constant out-of-hours notifications
Out-of-hours notifications are causing 'alert anxiety' in UK workers, with the problem especially acute among younger generations.
Australian project managers among world's highest earners, says PMI study
Australian project managers among the world's top earners with average salaries of US$103,789, reveals PMI study.
Australian domain registrations reveal insights into economic activity
Study uses Australian domain names as indicators for economic activity and technological creativity insights.
IT leaders concerned over AI implementation & process optimisation
A new study from Celonis reveals 72% of IT leaders fear process deficiencies could disrupt successful artificial intelligence implementation.
IBM & Meta establish AI Alliance for open innovation in AI
IBM and Meta create an international AI Alliance to promote open innovation and standardisation in AI technologies.
Embracing tech and AI: Nurturing optimism and mitigating concerns
AI and technology in the workplace are no longer a distant vision but a present reality, reshaping the frontline.
Delinea enhances Secret Server features for streamlined privilege access management
Delinea boosts Secret Server's usability with new features, aiming to streamline privileged access management across businesses.
APAC companies bolster cybersecurity amid increasing attacks and talent drain
APAC firms tackle cyber threats by bolstering security, with 57% planning to outsource amid rising attacks and talent shortage.
UK firms losing £244bn annually due to poor data and revenue loss
UK firms are hemorrhaging £244 billion a year due to poor data reconciliation causing profound revenue loss, putting jobs in danger.
UK IT leaders report dire skills gap in AI, reveals Telehouse study
Telehouse study reveals a significant artificial intelligence skills gap among UK IT leaders, with 33% reporting insufficiency.
Kao Data launches second NVIDIA DGX-ready data centre in Harlow
Kao Data has launched its second NVIDIA DGX-ready data centre, KLON-02, in Harlow, further solidifying its advanced computing operations within the UK.
Maximising AI potential depends on efficient underlying tech
Maximising the potential of AI necessitates robust underpinning technology qualities, the Cloud Industry Forum asserts.