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Schneider Electric survey provides insights on the future of hybrid IT
The survey had many responses, including: “Be open to change. Internal data centres aren’t going to be here forever. Be ready to move with them.”
Widespread mismanagement of privileged accounts and access revealed in global survey
These findings are significant considering that privileged accounts grant access to nearly every component of a company’s IT infrastructure.
Increase in multi-cloud strategies sees higher OpenStack adoption
Surveys conducted by Cloudify, Heavy Reading, SDxCentral, SUSE and the OpenStack Foundation demonstrate growth of OpenStack adoption across industries
Asia Pacific CIOs leading adoption of disruptive technologies - Gartner
CIOs in Asia Pacific have been faster to adopt technologies such as IoT, AI, conversational interfaces, and blockchain.
Vanson Bourne survey reveals huge global AI investment
The survey indicates that 80% of enterprises are investing in AI, but 1 in 3 business leaders believe their company could do better.
IDC: Aussie businesses to bolster analytics investment in 2018
They say the increased investment is driven by a need more effectively utilise the data that has been captured and maintained.
New research prompts businesses to get ready for ‘EoT’
In addition to its almost infinite opportunities, BlackBerry asserts the Enterprise of Things (EoT) comes with a host of security risks.
Study: Oracle says IaaS proving critical for Aussie businesses
A global survey of 1,610 IT professionals, commissioned by Oracle and Longitude research, shows IaaS to be crucial in local markets.
SMBs in regions showing steady growth – MYOB
44% of operators in Waikato and the Bay of Plenty saw their revenue improve in the last 12 months, with similar levels of growth seen in Southland.
Gartner survey shows CIO role to be fundamentally changing
The global research gathered data from a record number of 3,160 CIO respondents in 98 countries and all major industries.
Bluewolf report shows Aussies slow in AI adoption
The company says just 33% of Australian business professionals surveyed said they expect to increase their current AI investment.
Attracting customers a major challenge for SMEs – survey
Over 5,000 exporting SMEs globally were asked to consider the online tools that help them sell internationally.
Microsoft says first-line workers are underused in digital transformation
The company cites an online survey of 1,390 working adults which was commissioned by Microsoft and completed by research firm, YouGov.
Research: Dell Boomi says get connected or pay the price
The company's survey on connectivity found that the level of organisational connectivity is set to nearly double within a six-year period
Riverbed - Aussies leading the way for SD-WAN adoption
The findings come from the company’s Future of Networking survey, which includes responses from 1000 IT decision makers.
Compliance and automation the big election issues for SMBs
Reckon surveyed 1500 of its clients across a number of different industries – from accounting and bookkeeping through to construction and IT.
Companies rapidly adopting 5G even before standards are finalised
Many analysts talk about 5G as if it is far in the future, but this Ixia survey reveals 5G adoption is ramping much quicker than predictions.
Trend Micro says C-level executives are not prepared for GDPR
The company refers to a survey they conducted that shows some organisations need to be better prepared for when the scheme is implemented.
Survey forecasts rapid growth of edge computing in APAC
Almost all respondents said they will be adopting edge computing within the next three to five years despite many not being fully aware of what it is.
Survey shows NZ businesses adapting practices for millennials
Millennials will make up 50 percent of the global workforce by 2020 - something businesses in NZ are getting ready for.
Survey reveals digital transformation playing into cybercriminals’ hands
Digital transformation has many positives but it also benefits cybercrime as organisations are trying to walk before they can crawl.
Xero scores top marks for highest overall satisfaction with Aussie SMBs
Only 5% of Canstar Blue winners have ever achieved the same award for three consecutive years, including Xero.
BDO & AusCERT kick off 2017 A/NZ Cyber Security Survey
They’re looking for input from all decision makers across Australia and New Zealand.
Cybercrime causing financial losses to 69% of Hong Kong businesses
Two companies said they had each suffered a loss of US$1 million or more.