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AtomBeam hits $3 million target in StartEngine fundraiser
AtomBeam hits $3 million startup funding, showing strong investor faith in its game-changing data-shrinking tech.
EY report highlights risks to renewable energy transition
EY report warns energy transition towards renewables may be derailed by challenges and risks.
James Martin Institute guides NSW in AI development leadership
James Martin Institute has issued a guide for New South Wales to lead in AI regulation, fostering inclusive economic growth.
5G MVNO market projected to reach $132 billion by 2029
5G MVNO market forecasted to reach $132.03bn by 2029, harnessing 5G technology without the need for physical infrastructure.
Egress experts predict wave of AI weaponisation in cyber threats for 2024
Egress forecasts AI-powered cyber threats to soar in 2024, with cybercriminals exploiting artificial intelligence.
Vodafone invests $20 million in technology-focused retail revamp
Vodafone unveils $20 million tech-led retail revamp for enhanced customer experience and increased demand.
NTT & TEPCO join forces to advance Tokyo's data centre industry
NTT Global Data Centers Japan and TEPCO Power Grid to create a joint venture, developing data centres in Tokyo's proficient Inzai-Shiroi region.
Businesses challenged by supply chain cybersecurity threats
97% of UK firms face ongoing supply chain cyber threats, enduring negative impacts in the past year, reveals BlueVoyant.
Salvador Technologies secures $6m funding for cyber-attack recovery expansion
Salvador Technologies secures $6 million investment to expand its pioneering cyber-attack recovery solutions globally.
Rapid7 partners with Duo for strategic distribution in New Zealand
New Zealand's cybersecurity expenditure could boost as Rapid7 appoints Duo, a branch of Sektor, for strategic distribution.
Cyber security budget cuts linked to mental health issues, survey reveals
IT professionals' mental health impacted by reduced cyber security budgets, Integrity360 survey shows.
AI and sustainability amongst key fintech trends for 2024
Lanistar Chief Executive Officer, Jeremy Baber, spotlights AI, Gen Z adoption, and sustainability as 2024's major fintech trends.
NTT forecasts key tech developments for the year ahead
NTT Ltd forecasts a rise in Generative AI adoption, automated Network Operations Centres, sustainable tech solutions, and industry-specific clouds by 2024.
UK govt invests £530m to boost rural broadband connectivity
UK Government announces over £530m investment to enhance rural broadband, targeting connectivity for 330,000+ businesses and homes.
Antifragility touted as key for ANZ businesses amidst economic turbulence
Amid economic instability, ANZ businesses are encouraged to embrace 'antifragility', turning challenges into growth chance.
Tollring to launch AI-powered cloud call recording solution, Record AI
Tollring unveils cloud-based AI call recording service, Record AI, targeting all organisation users from January 2024.
Zahl Limbuwala appointed Executive Chairman of maincubes Advisory Board
Data centre firm maincubes appoints industry veteran Zahl Limbuwala as Executive Chairman of its Advisory Board.
Scottish fintech firm Know-it expands to Australia amidst sector growth
Renowned Scottish fintech firm, Know-it, announces expansion to Australia to join its thriving fintech sector.
Vast Data's substantial funding to disrupt AI data stack industry
Vast Data secures triple-digit million-dollar funding, boosting its valuation and potential to shake up the AI data stack industry.
Pattern secures Online Sales Breakthrough Award at Google summit
Pattern clinches the Online Sales Breakthrough Award at the Google ANZ Partner Summit for 55% online revenue growth.
AI propels European businesses towards increasing smart video adoption
AI is increasingly driving businesses across Europe to adopt smart video use, with numerous sectors recognising AI's potential impact.
Cisco launches new networking and security products for Asian SMBs
Cisco presents cutting-edge network and security products for Asia-Pacific small and medium businesses, promising simplified management and speedy digitisation.
IT leaders concerned over AI implementation & process optimisation
A new study from Celonis reveals 72% of IT leaders fear process deficiencies could disrupt successful artificial intelligence implementation.
Sustainability initiatives prioritised by businesses in APJ region
Asia Pacific and Japan businesses are prioritising sustainability, with over half planning to increase related investments.