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Edge computing market forecasted to be worth US$6bil by 2022
Telecommunications and IT verticals are expected to contribute to the largest market share for the forecasted period.
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.
ANU establishes Australia's first 'Cyber Institute'
"The institute has in its DNA a deep appreciation of the technical and social expertise needed to tackle cyber security, resilience, risk & strategy."
Aussies leading the way in machine learning adoption
ServiceNow's “Global CIO Point of View” study reveals that 57% of Australian CIOs rate their organisation’s use of machine learning as mature.
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.
Alibaba to invest more than $15b in new global research program
At its launch, Alibaba will be opening seven research labs in China, the US, Russia, Israel and Singapore with more than $15b invested.
Study: Schneider Electric says Aussie edge market growing
The study shows one in three Aussie businesses are expected to adopt an edge computing strategy by 2018.
IDC names CA Technologies a Leader for Agile PPM
CA’s combination of Agile and PPM solutions gives organisations clear visibility into the status of their investments.
Global IT spend to increase to $3.7 trillion in 2018 - Gartner
The research and analysis company says communications services continue to drive the majority of spending.
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.
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.
Design and creativity underpin transformation to an experience business - Adobe
“The merging of online and offline experiences is a significant shift in the way organisations are thinking about customer experience.”
AI and you: How to adapt to inevitable shifts in the job market
The market for AI services has a growth rate of 25% per year and AI is beginning to creep into all aspects of our lives, it is time to adapt...
NZ named a ‘digitally elite’ economy in new research
The Digital Evolution Index research tracks progress countries have made since 2014 in developing digital economies and integrating connectivity.
Desktop conversion still king in A/NZ despite increasing smartphone traffic - Adobe
"ANZ’s best marketers recognise that the desktop is still likely to be the final destination, even in a cohesive multi-device experience."
NTU Singapore teams with US firm to sharpen up cybersecurity research
NTU Singapore has partnered with US firm GrammaTech to sharpen up the university's research projects with better static and binary analysis tools.
Kiwis keen on flexible working – but only if it doesn’t hinder their career
"From slower promotion pathways to less access to learning and development, there's a feeling the career of employees who work flexibly can suffer."
A trillion-dollar boost: Salesforce releases new research on the economic impact of AI on CRM
By 2021, AI-powered CRM activities could increase global business revenues by US$1.1 trillion and create 800,000 net-new jobs.
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.
SMU professor receives prestigious AXA Chair Professorship of Cybersecurity
Professor Robert Deng from Singapore Management University (SMU) has been selected to receive the AXA Chair Professorship of Cybersecurity this week.
Social media makes academic research more accessible
"Academics no longer operate from the safety of ivory towers: they are able to engage with a much wider audience."