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Four ways the technology landscape will change in 2019
Until now, organisations have only spoken about innovative technologies somewhat theoretically. This has left people without a solid understanding of how they will ultimately manifest in our work and personal lives.
Frost & Sullivan: Big data is key to preventing cyber breaches
“This technology can proactively predict breaches before they happen, as well as uncover patterns from past incidents to support policy decisions."
The top technologies shaping future ‘proactive’ cybersecurity
Frost & Sullivan has highlighted emerging technology trends that are set to change the way enterprises protect themselves against cybercrime.
Gemalto: A look at what’s in store for IoT security
Three predominant security tools emerged as the top methods Australian organisations are using to secure their IoT data/services/devices.
Rationalising blockchain’s increased focus on enterprise
Blockchain companies have started to rebrand and refocus on enterprise to showcase why blockchain is more than just bitcoin.
Infinito unveils all-in-one blockchain platform
Infinito aims to radically simplify the development of decentralised applications and blockchain services.
New blockchain solution aims to keep our food ethical
OpenSC enables anyone to scan product QR codes which automatically takes them to information about where a specific product’s journey.
Half of companies unable to detect IoT device breaches
A Gemalto study also shows that the of blockchain technology to help secure IoT data, services and devices has doubled in a year.
IoT breaches: Nearly half of businesses still can’t detect them
The Internet of Thing’s (IoT’s) rapid rise to prominence may have compromised its security, if a new report from Gemalto is anything to go by.
Blockchain companies revolutionise electric power
Blockchain may be the ‘missing link’ that could transform the electric power industry and leave traditional business models in the dust.
2019: The year of digital transformation for APAC’s data centres
Commscope's APAC vice president shares how APAC is set to become the world's biggest data centre market by 2020.
Could blockchain be used to manage data security? - Veeam
To better protect valuable data, organisations must conversely ensure that it is worthless when not in the hands of those who own it.
Government outlines agenda for Australia’s tech future
The National Government has released a report outlining the strategy for Australia’s digital future - Minister Karen Andrews comments.
Skill retention and cloud cost real concerns, research shows
New Nutanix research has shown that Australian enterprises are struggling to retain AI talent. Also, they love the cloud, but not the price tag.
2019 data centre predictions from Interxion’s Europe MD
The coming year looks set to be one of implementation where we see a lot of technologies that have been present on the fringes become mainstream.
Three things that will happen in 2019 – and one that will not
Commvault's Nigel Tozer reflects on the year that's been and the one ahead with three predictions of what will be and one that won't.
Using blockchain to drive transparency across the supply chain
"With blockchain, it’s likely we’ll see an increase in trust between organisations that work together through the supply chain."
How blockchain will impact NZ’s economy
Distributed ledgers and blockchain are anticipated to provide a positive uplift to New Zealand’s economy.
Using blockchain to ensure regulatory compliance
“Data privacy regulations such as the GDPR require you to put better safeguards in place to protect customer data, and to prove you’ve done it."
How enterprise tech will evolve in 2019
"2019 will see many mainstream businesses leapfrogging the initial disruptors."
Aussie company announces accredited Diploma in Blockchain
The ASQA has accredited Blockchain Collective’s Advanced Diploma of Applied Blockchain consisting of eight modules - six core and two electives.
Kiwis sceptical about tech's future impact on their business
Many business owners think AI, virtual reality, and autonomous vehicles are 'overhyped'.
How Amazon aims to reinvent blockchain
Amazon QLDB is a new class of database that provides a transparent, immutable, and cryptographically verifiable ledger.
Spark named as self-sovereign identity steward
The Sovrin Network ledger is operated by Stewards, trusted organisations within the ecosystem who have agreed to abide by certain requirements.