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4 ways AU’s job market will change in 2019 thanks to AI and ML
Splunk's Simon Eid delves into all the difficult issues, like will robots take IT jobs and what this means for the future of jobs in AU.
Opinion: It’s all about deployment speed for colocation providers
Schneider Electric’s Vincent Barro believes the speed of data centre deployment is a competitive differentiator for colocation providers.
Opinion: Inclusivity the key to bridging the tech talent gap
Annabel Lee says the gender imbalance in data centre and IT circles will have a significant impact in the future with more jobs than graduates to fill them.
Panellist insights on edge and hyperconverged architectures
Schneider Electric’s Greg Jones shares his key takings from a panel of experts at the recent Edge Congress.
Governments playing catch-up with the changing face of crime
Webroot’s Dan Slattery shares how cybercrime has changed in recent years - and why governments around the world are still far behind.
Opinion: Leading your business to win in the age of data insights
Contino’s Andrew Venables discusses the power of actionable insights and where to begin to gain an advantage.
Expert says interconnectivity is the foundation of innovation
Digital Realty’s Rod Glover shares how interconnection can support success by enabling collaboration between businesses and partners.
Opinion: 5 aspects to understand about UPS battery backup
Schneider Electric's Atin Chhabra discusses the ins and outs of UPS battery backup and what to consider when implementing.
Opinion: Beware of the 'man in the cloud'
Bitglass AU's David Shephard discusses the 'man in the cloud' attacks that are becoming increasingly popular - and effective.
How lenders and financial institutions fund colocation data center expansion
Schneider Electric’s Greg Jones discusses the funding of colocation business and how it isn’t a ‘one size fits all’ approach.
Are you sticking to your cybersecurity resolutions this year?
CrowdStrike's Brett Raphael discusses the rather dire situation with Australian cybersecurity and provides some tips moving forward.
Opinion: CEOs might ponder… is there no IT anymore?
Gartner's Mark Raskino debates whether it could be the end of the term 'IT', with future dictionaries noting it as an ancient term.
Telco central offices are being transformed into the edge
Schneider Electric's Steven Carlini discusses how the old central offices are now ideal to enable the telco edge.
Opinion: Cybersecurity as a service answer to urgent change
Alan Calder believes a CSaaS model can enable a company to build a cyber resilience strategy in a coherent and consistent manner.
Opinion: How SD-WAN changes the game for 5G networks
Versa Network's Kelly Ahuja says 5G/SD-WAN mobile edge computing and network slicing will enable and drive innovative NFV services.
Nation-state actors leverage insiders for economic espionage
Flashpoint's Eric Lackey reveals the true cost of state-sponsored cyber espionage and just how rampant it actually is.
Cybersecurity and compliance in an uncertain climate
IT Governance' Alan Calder reflects on Data Protection Day and the next steps businesses should be taking for the year ahead.
Teens prove IoT device vulnerabilities by hacking them
After two teens managed to hack hundreds of thousands of printers around the world, KYOCERA Document Solutions has some tips for businesses.
4 Reasons why CISOs should adopt threat intelligence
ThreatQuotient’s Anthony Perridge believes the answer to security teams falling behind criminals is to deploy threat intelligence platforms.
Could 2019 finally be the banner year for DMaaS?
Schneider Electric's Greg Jones believes cloud and service providers are finally embracing data centre management as a service platforms to help leverage data about their own facilities.
HPE experts line-up to share what the year ahead holds
According to these HPE bigwigs, 2019 will be the year of the edge-centric, cloud-enabled, and data-driven enterprises.
AI in cybersecurity stamping out menacing fileless attacks
Ziften's Logan Gilber believes the difference between traditional and AI-based cybersecurity systems is a matter of “teaching” versus “learning”.
Data Protection Day needs to be an everyday thing
Today marks the 13th annual Data Protection Day, a day aimed at raising awareness and promoting good data privacy practices around the world.
‘Pivotal’ change in data protection a wake-up call
Veritas' Jasmit Sagoo discusses how individuals now have more control over their data and how this has impacted organisations.