Majority of online consumers prioritise quick delivery, survey reveals
73% of online shoppers expect two-day delivery, underlines new ChannelAdvisor survey on global consumer trends.
Construction industry's struggle with technology adoption, survey reveals
Over 70% of construction companies globally have struggled with tech implementation, causing a delay in industry digitalisation.
OpenADR Alliance unveils OpenADR 3.0 at ENLIT Europe event
OpenADR Alliance announces OpenADR 3.0 standard for managing growing range of distributed energy resources at ENLIT Europe.
Consumers adapt spending & embrace technological shopping trends
Consumers lead change in global spending habits amid economic crisis, attracting to cost-effective offers and novel tech trends.
Compliance is top concern in data management for 79% of ITDMs, reveals Cloudera study
Cloudera's research divulges compliance as the top worry of 79% of ITDMs handling data management, attributed to the use of point solutions.
UK firms target regional suppliers for key items by 2026
By 2026, over 53% of UK companies plan to secure most key items from regional suppliers, boosting domestic production and reducing global disruption risks.
Publicis Sapient highlights consumer perspective on generative AI
Publicis Sapient's new study sheds light on consumer attitudes towards generative AI, revealing its potential for business transformation.
Infinigate to distribute Anomali's AI security platform in UK, Ireland & France
Infinigate Group partners with Anomali to distribute its AI-powered Security Operations Platform across UK, Ireland and France.
UK businesses top in Europe for enterprise-wide IT automation adoption
UK firms lead the way in Europe for applying IT automation throughout their businesses, with 27% achieving this, says a Red Hat report. .
Cloud native security threats concern 75% of IT & security leaders
New research shows that IT and security leaders believe Kubernetes will play a major role in app development, but are concerned about security.
Australian firms lacking operational intelligence for optimising mobile fleets
In-depth survey reveals 75% of Australian firms struggle to optimise their mobile fleets due to inadequate operational intelligence.
New study shines spotlight on UK's digital skills gap
A ServiceNow study reveals a substantial digital skills gap in the UK, with education not preparing the majority for an AI era.
Australian businesses increasingly incorporating AI into marketing strategies
Almost all Australian businesses now use artificial intelligence (AI) in their marketing strategies, according to a Twilio Segment study.
OVHcloud partners with Console Connect for enhanced global network reach
The combination will reduce provisioning time to minutes, enabling companies to adjust the bandwidth to meet their fluctuating needs.
Alcatel-Lucent expands Rainbow Hub distribution amid remote work surge
Alcatel-Lucent broadens the distribution of its cutting-edge Rainbow Hub platform to cater to increased remote working.
Digital experiences shaping brand loyalty among Australian consumers
Ping Identity survey reveals changing dynamics of brand loyalty in the digital era, with consumers prioritising ease of use and security.
Sharp rise in cybercrime across EMEA in first half of 2023
EMEA region hit hardest as global DDoS attacks rise by 31%. France, Germany, Italy, Kenya, and Saudi Arabia among most targeted nations.
Sumsub launches 'For Fake’s Sake' to detect deepfakes and synthetic fraud
Sumsub rolls out 'For Fake's Sake', a groundbreaking platform designed to detect deepfakes and synthetic fraud.
Shoppers believe Amazon can be outdone on Prime Day discounts, study finds
Prime Day could significantly bolster retail as 80% of European and US consumers are poised for online bargain hunting.
Interxion officially opens first phase of new French data centre
Interxion is continuing its expansion throughout Europe after cutting the ribbon of the first phase of its new data centre in Marseille.
Bankless currency exchange site makes NZ debut
A person-to-person currency exchange site has expanded its operations to include New Zealand.
French pranksters create Foreign Ministry hoax
Hackers yesterday created a clone of the French Foreign Ministry website and made several outrageous announcements on behalf of the French government.