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Deep dive: How AI empowers today’s security operations analysts
“The biggest impact that AI is making in the SOC is faster time to triage.”
Jumping off point: Edge computing in retail
"The launch of Amazon Australia in December 2017 cemented the irrevocable change in the buying habits of Australians."
Transforming data management into a competitive advantage
"With so much data around, it’s vital for organisations to extract value from it."
Hello helpdesk: Is it time to step up service levels where it matters most?
How unified endpoint management systems can improve the helpdesk experience.
How disaster recovery is evolving in NZ
"Businesses are waking up to the fact that their workplace recovery plans may not be fit for purpose."
How MSSPs must protect data in the breach disclosure era
The penalties for non-compliance can be upward of four percent of a company’s global turnover.
Australian CIOs need to recognise the power of data analytics
"Australian businesses are expected to ramp up analytics investment in 2018."
Why real-time AI remains a challenge
"The ability for employees to access data on demand is key to a successful AI strategy."
Networking is experiencing a paradigm shift due to IBN
"The key to IBN is the continuous cycle of verification and remediation that constantly checks that the configuration meets the intent."
Identifying security risk-takers to minimise and mitigate risk
Risk-taking doesn’t necessarily mean that the majority of a company’s workforce is deliberately being bad actors.
What’s all the fuss about Integrated Business Planning?
The ‘textbook’ definition of IBP is that it’s something which offers a co-ordinated approach to business planning.
Becoming digital: The reinvention of the CIO
"According to recent research, CIOs in APAC are ahead of their global counterparts in adopting disruptive technologies."
Why SD-WAN is the next big thing in unified communications
"With SD-WAN, businesses can easily move to a split tunnel architecture with local internet breakout, enabling users to access UCaaS services."
Is video communication still a relevant business tool?
"Communication is a crucial element of all businesses, especially in a world where multi-national corporations are growing."
Collaboration tool APIs leaving organisations vulnerable
Alongside the migration to the cloud has been the rise of application programming interfaces (APIs) and artificial intelligence (AI).
Best practices: Preventing and recovering from ransomware attacks
Cybercriminals ‘win’ even if only one out of a thousand companies decides to pay the ransom.
Exclusive: Demystifying cryptojacking and how organisations can protect themselves
Cryptojacking is the latest step in the evolution of malware monetisation methods.
Taking the right cybersecurity precautions in China - Cylance
China is already Australia’s largest import and export trading partner, and President Xi Jinping recently implied that it’s unlikely to slow down.
Six steps to boosting your security posture this EOFY
By following these six key steps, organisations can better protect themselves and ensure their underlying IT infrastructure is as secure as possible.
CISOs - Know what you can and can’t control with GDPR
80% of GDPR-related data isn’t under the control of CISOs.
Speed and proactive approach essential for cybersecurity confidence
Just last year, nearly 4,500 cases of malware and ransomware were reported in Australia alone per the ACCC.
How MSPs help SMBs cut cost and manage risk - Datto
They’re evolving into virtual CIOs, serving their SMB clients in much the same way as a conventional, in-house CIO.
How to switch off when you’re a small business owner
Taking time out allows you to focus on those important to you and strengthen relationships, which can be a vital reboot.
Four ways social media management software is transforming CX
Gartner’s 2017 Customer Experience in Marketing Survey indicated that 67% of companies feel they compete mostly or completely on the basis of CX.