Currently working as a freelance writer and content creator, Catherine has a keen interest in all areas of technology and storytelling in our digital age. Having worked with a number of businesses and people across media, education, publishing and communications, Catherine has a definite respect for common sense, great content and turning ideas into reality.
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Maxis announces enhanced collaboration with Google Cloud for GenAI expansion
Maxis expands strategic partnership with Google Cloud to integrate generative artificial intelligence within its operations, aiming to digitally transform enterprise businesses.
Accenture report reveals legacy tech debt hindrance for CSPs' growth
Accenture report reveals over 75% of Communication Service Providers grapple with legacy tech debt, impeding growth and business agility, despite strive for IT transformation.
Bitera boosts Indonesia's digital economy with new data centre
Bitera, a world-class data centre, has opened in Indonesia, aiming to boost the country's digital economy and combat the current under-penetration of data centre capabilities.
Salesforce introduces Einstein Copilot, a customisable AI assistant
Salesforce unveils public beta for Einstein Copilot, a customisable AI assistant set to revolutionise customer relationship management by utilising company-specific data securely.
Akamai extends its segmentation solution to hybrid cloud environments
Akamai Technologies expands its Akamai Guardicore Segmentation solution to reduce threats in hybrid cloud environments, initially focusing on Microsoft Azure deployments.
APIs become the leading attack vector, cybersecurity research shows
Cybersecurity firm Imperva has found that 71% of last year's web traffic was linked to APIs, acting as a major attack vector due to organisations' insufficient visibility, leading to a sharp rise in targeted attacks.
Wincanton bags exclusive rights to Zeus's freight tech in UK, Ireland
In a strategic shift, UK supply chain partner, Wincanton, acquires the exclusive rights to use Zeus' digital freight management solutions, strengthening a tech-driven approach.
Australian VETs increasingly prioritise digital transformation
Digital transformation in Australian Vocational Education and Training (VET) providers surges, aiming to boost student enrolment and retention, as revealed by ReadyTech's report.
85% of Australian e-commerce content found to be plagiarised
Australian AI-driven SEO solutions specialist, OptiDan, reveals alarming levels of duplicate and plagiarised content amongst e-commerce retailers in its comprehensive industry study.
Doppelgänger: Russia's suspected influence operation targets Germany
Doppelgänger, a suspected Russian influence operation targeting global audiences, has been under the watch of SentinelLabs and ClearSky Cyber Security since late 2023.
Singapore's Geniebook recognised in top 150 digital learning companies
Singapore-based EdTech company, Geniebook, has been recognised in the GSV 150: Top Growth Companies in Digital Learning and Workforce Skills 2024, being the only entity from Southeast Asia to make the list.
Adjust’s Mobile App Trends 2024 unveils boost in global app installs
Mobile app installs globally rose by 4% in 2023, marking a recovery in the industry and highlighting the potential for returns, according to a report by analytics firm Adjust and AppLovin.
Synology introduces BeeStation: An accessible personal cloud storage solution
Taiwanese NAS leader Synology introduces BeeStation, a simpler and more user-friendly personal cloud storage product, designed for individual users and families in the ANZ region.
UK councils show worrying laxity in AI usage policies
FOI data reveal a 'shocking' laxity among UK councils in regulating workplace Artificial Intelligence (AI) usage, with three-quarters lacking usage policies and over a third permitting AI use without policy.
ScamBuster Thursday: Telstra launches new tactic to combat SMS scams
Over 250,000 potential SMS and MMS scams have been reported in Australia, seeping through Telstra's hotline, with the highest number recorded on Thursdays.
Kaspersky study: 40% of firms face shortage in cybersecurity hiring
Over 40% of firms face a crippling lack of qualified cybersecurity professionals, contributing to heightened security risks, a new global study by Kaspersky exposes.
Trend Micro dismantles major ransomware group LockBit
Trend Micro collaborates with global law enforcement agents to disrupt major ransomware group, LockBit, responsible for a quarter of 2023's ransomware leaks amounting to billions of dollars.
Thriving side hustle culture boosting Australian economy, GoDaddy reveals
GoDaddy's Venture Forward initiative reveals a thriving 'side hustle culture' in Australia due to online tools, with 61% of entrepreneurs reportedly running a lucrative microbusiness alongside full-time work.
43% of enterprises investing in breakthrough GenAI technology, EY study reveals
EY's study confirms 43% of firms are investing in generative AI, placing it third in emerging technologies, with 80% developing proof-of-concept applications.
GCRE & Mavin Powercube partner for groundbreaking rail innovation site in Wales
The Global Centre of Rail Excellence (GCRE) teams up with Mavin Powercube to incorporate a customised Powercube into their South Wales rail innovation site.
Private Internet Access launches split tunnel fix, Apple TV VPN
Private Internet Access enhances privacy-focused services with the introduction of a macOS split tunneling fix and an Apple TV VPN, both featuring dedicated IP options.
Mobile app installs grow by 4% in 2023 despite downturn
App installs worldwide witnessed a 4% increase in 2023, revitalising sectors like fintech, gaming, and e-commerce, despite a downward trend last year, according to a report by Adjust and AppLovin.
DataStax rolls out RAGStack, an all-new Gen AI data solution
DataStax's RAGStack, a Gen AI data solution powered by LlamaIndex, is now available, offering Astra DB developers efficient parsing of complex PDF documents, previously a challenge in RAG implementation.
Zyxel Networks launches high-performing, cloud-managed Ethernet switches
Zyxel Networks expands its product portfolio with the XMG1915 series 8/16-Port 2.5 Gigabit Ethernet Switches, defined by compact design and high-speed.