Four enterprise mobility trends shaping 2024
Enterprise mobility in 2024 will be driven by the integration of IoT, enhanced mobile security measures, the rise of edge computing, and the use of augmented reality in operations.
Technology Queenstown unveils plan to transform district into tech hub
Tech Queenstown targets to mould Queenstown Lakes District into a global tech hub, leveraging its potential for a bustling tech sector set to generate $1bn annual GDP by 2043.
Checkmarx enhances app security in ServiceNow DevOps with new integrations
Checkmarx enhances application security in ServiceNow DevOps with new integrations in its One AppSec platform and SAST plugins, aiming to simplify cloud-native security operations.
US Office adopts LF Energy EVerest for nationwide EV charging
The US Joint Office of Energy and Transportation has adopted LF Energy's EVerest open-source project for developing a nationwide electric vehicle charging infrastructure.
Australia poised to maximise AI benefits with new risk-based approach
Australia's Federal government's risk-based approach to Artificial Intelligence (AI) regulation is seen as a critical move for Australia's economy and societal growth, according to ACS.
Copyright Licensing NZ tackles AI's effect on creative rights
Copyright Licensing New Zealand highlights the urgent need for policy changes to protect creators' rights in the age of AI.
Asia-Pacific Data Centre Association officially launches
The Asia-Pacific Data Centre Association (APDCA), the first of its kind in the region, launched today to unite data centre industry interests and promote supportive regulations, amid rising demand for digital services.
AI set to boost telecom market to $11.29bn by 2030
The global AI in telecommunication market is projected to surge by 2030, indicating a transformative phase for Communication Service Providers.
Microsoft New Zealand demonstrates robust growth despite economic fluctuations
Despite economic upheaval, Microsoft New Zealand sees a robust 11.48% rise in revenue, solid growth in assets, and an impressive equity surge, indicating strong financial performance.
New global standard ISO/IEC 42001 guides responsible use of AI
ISO/IEC 42001, a new global standard for responsible use of artificial intelligence, developed by global experts, has been rolled out to guide organisations.
Certinia integrates advanced AI in service-oriented platform for improved efficiency
US tech firm, Certinia, integrates advanced AI into its service-oriented platform, aiming to revolutionise enterprise operations globally.
La-Z-Boy partners with Fivetran for data-driven structural revamp
Furniture giant La-Z-Boy has collaborated with Fivetran for a data-driven revamp to centralise information and boost data-reliant decision-making.
Endava report reveals waste in APAC digital transformation efforts
New Endava report indicates that APAC businesses believe 66% of their digital transformation efforts last year were wasted.
IAS launches first Responsibility Report highlighting ESG progress
IAS releases its inaugural Responsibility Report highlighting key ESG initiatives including renewable energy usage and diversity.
RAD project marks impressive 2023 with donations & accolades
In 2023, the Recycle A Device (RAD) project achieved remarkable milestones, including donating 2,374 laptops and winning notable accolades.
ACS launches NSW Digital Skills Compact amid looming skills shortage
ACS partners with leading industry groups and the NSW government to combat a looming digital skills shortage.
Doorda partners with Point Sigma to enhance data-driven insights for businesses
Doorda joins forces with Point Sigma, enhancing data-driven insight capabilities for firms like Funding Circle.
Zayo Group to acquire Stuttgart's fibre network firm Globalways GmbH
Zayo Group is set to acquire Stuttgart-based Globalways GmbH, expanding its European fibre infrastructure and network services.
Wolters Kluwer enhances platform with ESG reporting for CFOs
Wolters Kluwer adds ESG reporting capability to its platform to help CFOs meet regulations and gain stakeholder trust.
Privacy regulations may increase data sharing by websites, Warwick study shows
Warwick study suggests privacy regulations like GDPR might inadvertently lead to increased data sharing by websites.
Boomi and APU collaborate for digital transformation in dairy sector
Boomi teams up with APU Company, a leading Mongolian dairy and beverage producer, to promote digital transformation and enhance business operations.
Suttons International and LogChain partner for digital supply chain enhancement
In a major move for logistics, Suttons International and LogChain join forces to advance digitisation and sustainability.
Digital Sustainability Alliance to tackle digital carbon footprint
The initiative looks to cut the carbon and cost of data by at least 80 percent by partnering with industry experts, innovators, and tech solutions.
auDA shows commitment to secure .au domain in 2022-23 annual report
auDA details its dedication to securing a reliable .au domain amid an increased demand from Australians in its 2022-23 report.