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Bringing a gun to a gunfight: Countering AI-enabled threats
Artificial intelligence can reduce human effort and lower the time needed to detect, respond to, and recover from cybersecurity incidents.
Security professionals are considering black hat activity - report
49% of global mid-market professionals were most likely to suggest that it's easy to get into cybercrime without getting caught.
IDC - spending on 3D printing to reach $23b in 2022
IDC forecasts worldwide spending to exceed $14 billion in 2019, an increase of 23.2% over 2018.
Businesses collecting more data than they can handle - Gemalto
"Whether it’s selling it on the dark web, manipulating it for financial gain or to damage reputations, unsecured data is a goldmine for hackers."
Exclusive: Demystifying cryptojacking and how organisations can protect themselves
Cryptojacking is the latest step in the evolution of malware monetisation methods.
Gartner - 6 security and risk management trends
The six things anyone trying to sell, integrate or enhance cybersecurity need to know.
Cost of cyber attacks up 62% in five years - report
Malware infections globally are the most expensive cyber attacks – costing $2.4 million per incident.
Spending on AI cybersecurity solutions to increase – GlobalData
While cybersecurity has now become a critical business function, it remains a non-core competence for a significant number of boards.
Cyberthreats shifting with ransomware attacks down - research
Ransomware attacks are significantly declining, and active defences strategies are highly effective but underutilised, according to ISACA.
Data centre switching market growth hits five year high
100-gigabit ethernet port shipments more than doubled year-over-year in 1Q18
ZTE ban spells challenge and opportunity in the NZ mobile device market
It remains unclear what the imposed sanctions on ZTE will mean for the New Zealand mobile devices market.
Smartphones, the necessity that costs Aussies $9 billion per year
While Aussies are spending less on their monthly mobile plans, it appears they’re still coughing up big bucks for the pleasure of staying connected.
How AI is changing marketing exponentially - Gartner
How marketers can sort through the hype and manage the AI customer experience.
IDC predicts that spending on telecommunications will increase in 2018
Worldwide spending on telecommunications services and pay TV services reached $1.6 billion in 2017, an increase of 1.4% year over year.
Tourism evolving into a tech business - MYOB
"Tourism is becoming a tech business and it is important for local operators to think about how they can incorporate the latest developments."
2018 big data market set to reach US$14.7b in APeJ - IDC
New revenue opportunities through commercial purchases of BDA-related hardware, software and services are likely to reach $22.2 billion by 2021.
IDC predicts exponential growth for mobile solutions in 2018
APeJ spending on mobility solutions is expected to grow 5.3% year over year in 2018, reaching more than $540.7 billion.
Cloud’s next step - 6 trends that are taking shape
Cloud computing has firmly established its place in both the enterprise and consumer spaces. But what is next for the revolutionary technology?
Gartner: Integrated systems revenue will grow $12.3b in 2018
Hyperconverged integrated systems (HCIS) will experience the strongest growth at 55%, while integrated stack systems will experience a 5% decline.
Trends in data centres in 2018: What matters to IT managers
Rittal's Clive Partridge shares his insights on 2018 for the data centre industry, including edge computing, multi cloud and energy efficiency.
45% of smartphones will use full-screen designs in 2018 - Research
Expect more notches, under-display fingerprint readers and camera integration to apps as bezels begin to fade away.
5 retail technology predictions from Manhattan Associates
The trends include next-generation customer engagement, flexible checkouts and reimagined use of artificial intelligence.
NZ consumers spend $500 million on video games
New Zealanders continue to embrace video and computer games, as evidenced by new sales figures.
Asia Pacific marketers now global leaders in AI adoption – report
While half (51%) of North American marketers see ‘no perceived need’ for AI, only a third (38%) of APAC marketers share this sentiment.