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Aussie CEOs: Ready to be disruptors, not the disrupted
“The majority of CEOs expected headcount growth into the future. Australia needs to grow the pie, not slice it in different portions."
AI system takes some of China's gruelling math exams
An AI built to take on tough math exams managed to get through several papers in only two hours. But did it get good marks?
Intel: Autonomous driving will spark new 'space race' worth $7 Trillion
Intel says companies need to wake up to the opportunity stream that will emerge when cars become the most powerful mobile data generating devices.
Photo Gallery: NetEvents European Spotlight - a meeting of global vendors
We were in London for a recent conference where vendors convened to discuss the state of IT and where it is going next - check out the photos.
Students need to be prepared for future automated workforce
"By introducing students to cognitive skills, we can impact their lives and steer them towards cognitive industries."
How automated technology can prevent a payroll fraud
Sharp says that the key to avoiding such fraud is to fully automate payments at the employer level.
New report reveals massive benefits of enterprise automation
Adding machines to everyday work drives revenue growth, creates new job opportunities and connects employees back to the work they want to do.
2018 to be the year of automation for AU - jump onboard before it’s too late
A new report from ServiceNow has revealed Australian companies to be close to breaking point and in urgent need of intelligent automation.
Zendesk announcing machine learning-powered knowledge management solution
Zendesk Guide features an app to help teams share their collective knowledge with customers more effectively and a new bot for self-service support.
Market to exceed 8 million - but what is data center automation?
The global data center automation market was valued at $2,483 million in 2015, and is projected to reach $8,619 million by 2022.
Automation: Vendors investing in new service offerings to gain prominence
Recent research from Frost & Sullivan has revealed what will transform the Indonesian automation and process control market.
ServiceNow report: Australian CISOs lead security automation but don't feel any safer
Australian CISOs are leading the world when it comes to automating security practices. They’re better equipped to protect data & respond to breaches.
New HPE software is here to modernize your IT operations
“The world of IT Operations is experiencing unprecedented growth and complexity,”
The future of automation in the workplace: increasing productivity and the emergence of New Collar workers
Automation is happening, whether we like it or not. And understandably, both employees and employers are fearful about the changes it will bring.
Empower your organisation with an automation toolbox to rule them all
So, now is the time for companies of all sizes to be bold and explore new ways of managing how internal processes are organised.
Ryan Duguid: Disrupting the industry with Nintex
“A lot of process management vendors will tell you that their job is to cut people out of the process, as much as possible."
Garmin plans to wake up Kiwi drivers with new dash cams
"With the Dash Cam 45 and 55, customers can do more than just record a drive."
Schneider Electric spreads automation wings with new Pacific region appointment
His new role will see him take charge of the Process Automation, Software and OEM/BIC business portfolio.
The future of managed services: Self-service & automation
“With greater automation, managed service providers can collect more customer insights across IT offerings and identify bottlenecks in processes."
Palo Alto Networks snaps up LightCyber for automated behaviour analytics prowess
Palo Alto Networks has paid $105 million for cybersecurity provider LightCyber, so it can fuse automated behavioural analytics into its own platform.
Pegasystems' robotic automation drives rapid return in Banks
Ultimately, these benefits make employees more productive while freeing them to focus on delivering better customer experience.
Kiwis’ digital skills lacking – are we becoming unemployable?
A new report reveals 50% of Kiwis admit they need to up their digital skills to guarantee their spot in the future workforce.
New global strategic partnership between IBM and ServiceNow
The partnership intends to accelerate the adoption of intelligent automation on a single cloud platform for IT, HR, customer service, and security.
Nintex creates powerful cloud workflow platform that's easy to use
"It’s easy to build powerful software, but it’s hard to make powerful software easy to use" was the phrase behind Nintex's new cloud platform.