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Australian online general advertising market to reach a$2.43 billion by 2018

Expenditure on online general advertising in Australia is predicted to increase from A$1,150 million in 2014 to A$2,426 million in 2018, at a CAGR of 16%.
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Verizon enterprise solutions: 5 connected car trends to watch in 2015

Reflecting on this year’s CES 2015 event in Las Vegas, there is no question that car manufacturers dominated news at the show – with the likes of Audi, Mercedes Benz, and Ford, all unveiling the latest in connected car technology – whether it be eliminating the need to search for parking, or eliminating the...
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Australian businesses lagging behind in digital marketing

Australian businesses must adapt better to digital channels if they want to stay ahead of their competitors in 2015.Teradata’s recent Australian Ecommerce Study shows that only 24 per cent of Australian retailers personalise their customer emails, compared with 40 per cent in the UK.
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HP reveals cost of cybercrime in Australia escalates 33 percent

HP recently unveiled the results from a third annual study conducted by the Ponemon Institute that documents the rising cost, frequency and time to resolve cyber-attacks in Australia.
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Polycom’s top 7 workplace of the future predictions for 2015

The way we work is changing. Collaboration technologies are ushering in a next generation workplace that is more productive, efficient and delivers meaningful cost savings to organisations of all sizes across the globe.
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Dell’s predictions for 2015

Dell has published its predictions on trends that will have an impact on businesses or start to emerge as prominent in 2015.
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Bitdefender’s top 5 social media security predictions for 2015

Mobile ransomware, targeted job fraud and Trojans lurking behind shocking videos are all expected to make their appearance on social media in 2015, security software solutions provider Bitdefender warns.
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Wearable electronic fitness devices market still poised for strong growth

Wearable electronic devices for fitness shipments are forecast to reach 68.1 million units in 2015, down from 70 million units in 2014, according to Gartner. This temporary dip in sales will be driven by an overlap in functionality between smart wristbands, other wearable fitness monitors and smartwatches.
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Only 37% of Australian business leaders say their organisation’s data is secure

Information security is considered low on the list of risks to the business, a new report from global information security and risk management company, NTT Com Security, reveals.
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Growing momentum of Internet of Things at enterprise level

Zebra recently released survey results that showed a growing momentum of the Internet of Things (IOT) in the Enterprise globally.
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Digital economy to push technology spending up 4.1 percent to $78.7 billion in 2015

Spending on technology products and services is projected to reach almost A$78.7 billion in Australia and NZ$11.6 billion in New Zealand in 2015, and much of this spending will be driven by the digital industrial economy, according to Gartner.
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ANZ CIOs know the need to change

Chief Information Officers (CIOs) in Australia and New Zealand are aware that they will need to change in order to succeed in digital business, with 79 percent of respondents saying that they need to adapt their leadership style in the next three years, according to a new survey from Gartner, Inc.
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Gary Blough, EVP Worldwide Sales, Interactive Intelligence