IT Industry stories
UK IT leaders report dire skills gap in AI, reveals Telehouse study
Telehouse study reveals a significant artificial intelligence skills gap among UK IT leaders, with 33% reporting insufficiency.
US tech firm Trusted Tech Team expands into London's heart
US-based Microsoft Cloud Solution Provider, Trusted Tech Team, expands into the UK with the opening of a new office in London.
The IT industry is stalling on SBOMs when it should be working on best practice
SBOMs will be key to dealing with the next big vulnerability and incredibly useful in the fight to minimise the effects of smaller weaknesses.
Huawei Cloud plans to build global open-source ecosystem
Huawei Cloud accelerates its efforts in open-source ecosystem, highlighting shift from free software to open-source paradigm.
UK Women in Tech Awards 2023 shine on outstanding contributors
The Women in Tech Awards 2023 celebrated women professionals making significant contributions to the industry.
Financial services face skills gap crisis in recruitment
Financial services sector grapples with widening skills gap as recruiters face daunting environment, reveals survey. #finance #recruitment.
NZ tech firms RUSH and Downer to develop road safety AI
New Zealand technology company RUSH and Downer Transport & Infrastructure have secured funding to develop AI technology to increase road safety.
Hornetsecurity says 60% of businesses concerned about ransomware
Almost 60% of businesses are seriously concerned about ransomware attacks, says Hornetsecurity survey, highlighting evolving threat landscape.
Data Theorem named Industry Leader in SSCS by KuppingerCole
Data Theorem has been named an Industry Leader in Software Supply Chain Security (SSCS) by KuppingerCole, a leading analyst firm.
Cloud technology's potential impact on New Zealand economy
AWS research shows that small to medium-sized Kiwi enterprises adopting cloud technology could generate NZ$1.5bn in productivity gains by 2030.
Aston University joins Turing University Network to advance AI and Data Science
Aston University joins prestigious Turing University Network, showcasing commitment to advancing data science and AI.
New Relic releases 2023 Observability Forecast Report
The industry’s most extensive observability-focused study has revealed outages cost AUD $11 million annually as tool sprawl persists.
MEQ partners with Siemens to improve red meat industry
Australian ag-tech firm MEQ and Siemens have partnered to drive operational and sustainability gains across the red meat supply chain.
UK AI economy projected to reach £2.4 trillion by 2027: AiiA
The mapping released by AI Industry Analytics profiled 8,900 companies, 70 public corporations, 300 AI Hubs, 4,100 investors, and 280 government projects.
Number of female workers in UK tech sector down by thousands
Number of women in the UK tech sector declines in Q2 2023, raising concerns over the impact of economic caution on female workers.
GapMap: Australia's fast-food sector shows strong growth
GapMaps' recent report reveals Australia's fast-food sector remains buoyant, adding 174 new stores in the last financial year.
Sidekicker's New Zealand Job Index reveals hiring relief
Sidekicker has released its first New Zealand Jobs Index, revealing that tight hiring conditions are finally easing for businesses.
Accelerating the robotics revolution with AI technology
AI is simplifying robots and enabling them to tackle complex tasks, paving the way for a surge in robotic automation.
INFORM unveils five steps for AI success: Australia a leader
INFORM announces Australia as a global Artificial Intelligence (AI) adoption and implementation leader and unveils five steps for AI success.
Aussie startup Paperform launches e-signature software
Paperform has launched its e-signature product Papersign, helping businesses further streamline digital signatures while saving time and money on software.
3 tips for Australian CIOs: Pitching edge to your organisation
The edge computing revolution is underway and is changing the way Australian businesses operate, transforming outcomes and driving growth.
Pure Storage enters age of AI with wide-ranging storage portfolio
Pure Storage has become the first technology provider to cover all customer storage needs with all-flash, delivering greater reliability and efficiency.
Why the business case for AI grows stronger every day
The competitive advantages offered by AI will hasten its rate of adoption, and the technology will become increasingly differentiated by sector and use case.
Sysdig launches industry-first CNAPP capabilities
Sysdig, a cloud security platform powered by runtime insights, announces end-to-end detection and response embedded in its CNAPP.