Employee wellbeing key part of future workplace strategies, study finds
“How businesses combat the challenges posed by COVID-19 and re-shape their workplace strategy, will lay the foundation for an entire generation’s future of working.”
Increased demand from enterprises to close digital gaps at the edge
Digital service providers are forecast to increase private connectivity by five times the current rates between 2019 and 2023.
Gartner: Three trends that will impact the future of the supply chain
“CSCOs are tasked to design a supply chain organisation that fits into this new era.”
Infor & Transdev Australia bolster cloud-based asset management
Transdev Australasia operates public transport systems across Australia and New Zealand, including Sydney’s light rail system in Australia, and Auckland Transport’s rail systems in New Zealand.
Cloudera, Stats NZ on the radical change creating a ‘data storm’
“For companies to be able to survive and thrive in this new world order, they need to be able to do more with their data, and make better sense of it.”
GitHub’s code vulnerability scanning tool now generally available
GitHub has recently rolled out code scanning to help developers detect and prevent vulnerabilities from popping up in their open source and enterprise code.
IDC announces digital transformation award winners for A/NZ
The awards recognise the achievements of organisations that have successfully digitised one or multiple areas of their business through the application of digital and disruptive technologies.
How ‘data gravity’ centres can spell trouble for enterprises
In the not-too-distant past, data was created in a much more centralised place, and users and systems had far less access to it. Now, with digital data from social, analytics, mobile, cloud, IoT and more being created with both simultaneity and omnipresence, so much information…
Zoom to begin rolling out end-to-end encryption
Available starting from next week, it represents the first phase out of four of the company’s greater E2EE offering, which was announced in May following backlash that the company was lax on its security and privacy.