• April
    30

    Cybercrime has become an industry, just like other businesses. Cybercriminals are consistently seeking new ways to increase revenue, minimization of cost, and risks. A decade back all the applications used to run through the physical servers that were deployed and managed by IT organizations in various data centers. But today, the scenario is quite different.…

  • January
    21

    Digital rights are essentially human rights in the web world. The rights to online security and opportunity of articulation, for instance, are truly augmentations of the equivalent and natural rights laid out in the United Nations Universal Declaration of Human Rights. As indicated by the UN, alienating individuals from the web damages these rights and…

  • July
    18

    First published by Nigel Mendonca (CIO from IDG) 17 July 2019. As Australia hits reset on government service delivery, there’s an opportunity to make it even more data-driven – as long as it benefits citizens. Australia is about to undergo a once-in-15-year rethink of the way it delivers government services at a federal level. This…

  • May
    16

    In Andy Patrizio’s article published in Network World, he explains how the rise of edge computing and related surge in data produced by the internet of things requires the function of enterprise data centers to shift to handling long-term data aggregation and analysis. The Internet as we have all known it mirrors the design of…

  • April
    14

    Australian Digital Council, Prime Minister and Cabinet Office The State of the Data and Digital Nation provides an overview of the main data and digital transformation initiatives taking place across our country, at both Commonwealth and State and Territory government levels. Jurisdictions are striving to make Australians’ lives  better, developing and implementing data and digital…

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