A/NZ healthcare organisation chooses Nintex to improve operations

Nintex has announced the Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists (RANZCOG) has chosen the Nintex Process Platform as part of its broader member engagement strategy. According to a statement from the company, RANZCOG decided to deploy Nintex Promapp to invest in technology solutions to achieve its plan of creating an agile, […]

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Telco cloud revenue from 5G to drop by 25%

The telecommunications industry’s shift toward global software-centric networks and operations is taking a hit as a result of COVID-19 and the current bleak economic outlook, according to ABI Research.  ABI says telco cloud revenue from 5G core deployments will fall between 20%-30% short of the forecasted US$9 billion in 2020. The investment shortfall in modernising […]

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AirTrunk sets sights on APAC expansion, backed by fresh investment

Macquarie has completed the acquisition of an 88% stake in AirTrunk in a consortium led by Macquarie Asia Infrastructure Fund 2 (MAIF2), a MIRA-managed infrastructure fund, as well as other MIRA-managed partners. The stake was acquired from Goldman Sachs, Sixth Street Partners and founder Robin Khuda. Following this acquisition, Khuda retains a material stake in […]

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How AI could be pivotal in Australia’s economic recovery from COVID-19

Article by SAS Australia and New Zealand’s artificial intelligence and machine learning lead, Ray Greenwood. As the Australian government commits billions upon billions of dollars to mitigate the economic impact of the COVID-19 crisis, any technology that can assist in reducing these costs has the opportunity to shine. The key phases of crisis management are […]

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Fear of breaking social norms in the workplace behind high job turnover

Technology consulting firm auticon is calling on businesses to be more accepting of people in the workplace, stating that employees can be afraid to break social bias and group think, resulting in lost time as employees try to adhere to social norms.  It’s definitely the case for those on the autism spectrum, and one of […]

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Why data analytics is helping telcos ‘keep the lights’ on during unprecedented times

Article by Cloudera A/NZ country manager Nick Hoskins. Our ‘new normal’, as we adapt to living and working in a COVID-19 era highlights the mission critical role that technology leadership continues to play in all our lives. One where having almost instantaneous access to data and the ability to communicate from anywhere has never been […]

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why making data privacy a priority leads to stronger customer relationships

Article by Ping Identity’s Australia, New Zealand & Japan country manager Ashley Diffey,. Being proactive about data privacy isn’t just the right thing to do. Showing you’re scrupulous about how you collect, use and store customer information also has a positive impact on your customers’ experience with your brand and your bottom line. Having trouble […]

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Microsoft Teams announces commitment to privacy in wake of Zoom woes

Video conferencing tools have become a cornerstone of business continuity in their role in connecting people as the COVID-19 pandemic keeps workers home. Zoom and Microsoft Teams, in particular, saw drastic increases in traffic in March, when most lockdown or social distancing measures came into effect around the world. Zoom recorded a 535% increase in […]

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Creatio announces free CRM solution for companies on the front line

Creatio, a software company providing low-code process management and customer relationship management (CRM) solutions, has announced a new initiative aimed at helping businesses fight against the COVID-19 pandemic.  Businesses and organisations are scrambling to maintain business continuity in a landscape dominated by the COVID-19 pandemic and its widespread effects. They must process rapidly-changing data, keep […]

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SAS named as one of Asia’s Best Workplaces for 2020

SAS has been named one of Asia’s Best Workplaces for 2020 by analytics and consulting firm Great Place to Work. The award recognises SAS’ corporate culture through means such as creativity, inclusivity, innovation, and work/life balance, and the impact on employees. “We congratulate the 2020 Best Workplaces in Asia for their leadership building Great Places […]

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