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Cybersecurity is your defensive strategy, cyber resilience is your business
In light of the massive cybersecurity breach impacting Ivanti solutions, firms are urged to embrace cyber resilience for business continuity, demonstrating greater fortitude against potential disruptions.
Sovos appoints new VPs of sales for EMEA & LATAM regions
Sovos bolsters key positions by appointing Elcim Sirek and Marcelo Souza as vice presidents of sales for the EMEA and LATAM regions.
Maincubes plans largest data centre yet for hyperscale needs by 2027
maincubes, a top European data centre owner, plans to build its largest centre to date, FRA04, in Frankfurt's Rhine-Main Area, boasting a massive 40MW IT capacity and designed to meet rising needs for hyperscale and AI infrastructure.
A new kind of PC is coming: From personal computer to innovation enabler
Generative AI is transforming personal computers (PCs) from mere consumer technology to platforms for innovation, set to revolutionise the way we live and work.
Global economy faces uncertainty amid AI disruption, survey reveals
Survey ahead of World Economic Forum reveals geopolitical turmoil, financing conditions and AI disruption are set to create a year of global economic unpredictability.
EY report highlights risks to renewable energy transition
EY report warns energy transition towards renewables may be derailed by challenges and risks.
Eagle Eye Group appoints first Chief Artificial Intelligence Officer
Eagle Eye Group hires Jean-Matthieu Schertzer as its first Chief AI Officer, aiming to bolster AI-driven personalised retail promotions.
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.
North Korea's illicit cryptocurrency theft fuels weapons program
North Korea's state-sponsored cyberattacks are amassing billions in stolen cryptocurrency, funding up to half of the nation's missile program.
Siemens & Intel to boost sustainability in semiconductor manufacturing
Intel and Siemens AG partner together to advance sustainability and efficiency in semiconductor manufacturing using IoT solutions.
Udemy reveals surge in AI training demand with first ChatGPT anniversary
On its ChatGPT's first anniversary, Udemy reveals a vast 5,226% increase in demand for AI-related training in Q1 2023.
Kingston Technology maintains SSD market leadership for the 6th year running
Kingston Technology continues as global SSD market leader for six years in a row, holding 28% market share in 2022.
Accenture to acquire New Zealand IT services provider Solnet
Accenture is set to expand its cloud first capabilities in New Zealand with the acquisition of Wellington-based IT services provider Solnet.
Australia's rise to prominence in the global ecommerce landscape
Australia gains recognition as a leading force in the global ecommerce sector, bolstered by quick-to-market brands such as Geedup and Miss Amara.
SafetyCulture unveils updated platform aiming to serve 100 million users by 2032
SafetyCulture introduces an updated operations platform with ambitious plans to serve 100 million users by 2032.
API tech could boost AI growth to $5.4 trillion by 2027
New research explores the massive impact of APIs on the economy, including the rise – and rising cost – of API-related security attacks.
How AI is reshaping global transport and fleet insurance
AI revolutionizes transport and logistics, introducing an estimated $6.5 trillion to the global economy through fleet insurance.
Remote expands global payroll service to over 30 Countries
In an effort to simplify global payroll management, Remote plans to expand its services to 30 countries by 2024.
Michiel Boere Joins Remote as CFO
Remote, an internet tech company, hires Michiel Boere as its new CFO to manage global financial strategy and operations.
Yotpo appoints Ben Eatwell as new APAC marketing director
Yotpo appoints Ben Eatwell as Marketing Director for APAC, aiming to expand their retention marketing platform to a broader range of retail businesses.
How Python turns data into business value across organisations
The value of data is rising as businesses navigate supply chain disruptions and an impending recession. Python can help unlock the power of data.
Overcoming maritime’s digital barriers through industry-wide collaboration
Commercial shipping is vital to global trade. Technology can optimize safety and efficiency, but barriers hinder progress. Collaboration is crucial.
APAC firms struggle with rising customer expectations
To accelerate growth, APAC firms will sharpen their regional focus by investing in opportunities that reduce their dependence on global solutions.
APAC region is creating its own 'data gravity' - Digital Realty
Asia Pacific set to emerge as a data colossus, with Singapore leading a surge in regional data gravity.