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Cisco: leaders ready for networks to evolve with AI
47% of SD-WAN owners plan to have an AI-optimised WAN in two years and 35% believe their networks will be fully intent-based in two years' time.
Gartner’s nine UX trends for 2020
These digital experience trends fall within two broad categories – how digital technology is experienced and how digital experiences will be built.
IDC veteran takes up managing director role for A/NZ
Parekh is tasked with leading IDC’s global coverage with regional and local presence, knowledge, expertise and support in Australia and New Zealand.
New Zealand organisations' adoption of PaaS solutions is increasing – IDC
"PaaS adoption is growing as organisations embrace cloud-native application development processes in higher numbers."
Modular data centre market CAGR expected to increase 22.3% by 2028
By industry vertical, the healthcare, telecom & IT and manufacturing segments are expected to witness a comparatively higher CAGR in the global modular data centre market.
The evolution of data centres to accommodate edge computing
Oft-cited applications, such as autonomous vehicles, with their massive sensor arrays and ultra-severe latency requirements, need their intelligence to be local.
Key trends emerging in digital transformation approaches
When working with board members and business stakeholders that are inherently suspicious of emerging technology, there is no room for error.
Developing APAC countries most vulnerable to malware - Microsoft
“As cyberattacks continue to increase in frequency and sophistication, understanding prevalent cyberthreats and how to limit their impact has become an imperative.”
Gartner’s top security and risk management trends
Leaders in the space must properly prepare to improve resilience and support business objectives.
How businesses should handle cybersecurity skill shortage - Sungard AS
Resilient businesses have a laser focus on cybersecurity, all too aware of the negative impact a breach can have.
Which tech trends will influence the 2019 job market
From AI and machine learning to blockchain and data science, six tech trends are set to govern IT skills in demand this year.
Accenture’s five trends for a post-digital NZ
Successful businesses will take advantage of a new set of technologies but prioritise trust, responsibility, privacy and security.
Cloud data warehouse trends and best practices
"TDWI sees a wide range of data-driven IT systems moving to the cloud aggressively, and this includes the data warehouse."
IDC: Top 10 trends for Australia’s digital transformation
The CDO title is declining, 35% of us will be working with bots, the Net Promoter Score will be key to success, and more.
Breaking through ‘digital clutter’ in a modern world
Whereas once people and organisations craved novelty, excitement and instant gratification, we now crave quiet and meaning in a noisy world.
Education IoT market to be valued at US$11.3 billion by 2023
APAC is expected to grow at the highest CAGR during the forecast period.
CompTIA 2019 outlook - forget about the ‘next big thing’
The IT industry is growing with no sign of slowing and CompTIA says it is time to focus on being holistic, not what’s hot.
Smart building opportunities abound this year
A specialist executive in the smart building world explains the trends that will give the smart building market a boost in the coming year.
Key trends bolstering digital transformation in 2019
"User experience, edge computing and AI will continue to dominate as key trends in 2019."
Four trends that will define automation in 2019
As automation continues to define transformation in the coming year one executive looks at the key drivers, such the move to low code, behind its implementation.
Bridging the gap to AI security
AI cyber-attacks are not constrained by resources and compromises and can go on indefinitely without the need for pause.
ManageEngine VP’s 5 tech trends to look out for in 2019
Next year is to be one where we will see many technologies that have been on the fringes begin to be implemented among the 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.
How businesses will pivot AI strategies to align with human-centric goals
AI will not only allow businesses to reduce costs but will also provide ROI to the staff working with the technology.