Dell AI Laptops Will Be Powered By Next-Gen Qualcomm Processors

Five new laptops use the Qualcomm Snapdragon X Series processor to run AI. Dell AI offerings expand with NVIDIA, Hugging Face and others.

9 out of 10 UK Business Leaders Suffer From Tech Anxiety That Disrupts Their Sleep, BT Study Finds

BT estimates that "tech paralysis" — where companies delay tech investment due to the stress it might bring — could cost the U.K. economy £11.79 billion by 2030.

By |2024-05-17T17:48:38+00:00May 17, 2024|ai, Artificial Intelligence, CXO, cyber security, digital transformation, International, it skills shortage, mental health, tech investments, UK, Uncategorized, United Kingdom, wellbeing|Comments Off on 9 out of 10 UK Business Leaders Suffer From Tech Anxiety That Disrupts Their Sleep, BT Study Finds

Is the Australian Government’s Quantum Computing Gamble Good for the Local IT Industry?

The Australian government has made significant bets on quantum computing. Now the IT industry needs to prepare for total transformation in the coming decade.

By |2024-05-17T17:09:13+00:00May 17, 2024|Australia, CXO, government, Innovation, quantum computing, tech investments, Uncategorized|Comments Off on Is the Australian Government’s Quantum Computing Gamble Good for the Local IT Industry?

Cisco’s Splunk Acquisition Should Help Security Pros See Threats Sooner in Australia and New Zealand

Cisco’s Splunk acquisition was finalised in March 2024. Splunk’s Craig Bates says the combined offering could enhance observability and put data to work for security professionals in an age of AI threat defence.

By |2024-05-16T13:23:15+00:00May 16, 2024|ai, ai regulation, Artificial Intelligence, Australia, Big Data, CXO, data strategy, Innovation, International, Security, splunk, splunk apac, splunk australia and new zealand, Uncategorized|Comments Off on Cisco’s Splunk Acquisition Should Help Security Pros See Threats Sooner in Australia and New Zealand

OpenAI Spring Update: Next Flagship Model Is the ‘Natively Multimodal’ GPT-4o

OpenAI added a desktop ChatGPT application for macOS with GPT-4o. Separately, all ChatGPT users have access to Memory and some other features for free.

By |2024-05-13T20:58:12+00:00May 13, 2024|Apple, Artificial Intelligence, chatgpt, CXO, GPT-4, gpt-4o, Innovation, International, macos, openai, Uncategorized|Comments Off on OpenAI Spring Update: Next Flagship Model Is the ‘Natively Multimodal’ GPT-4o

How Can Businesses Defend Themselves Against Common Cyberthreats?

TechRepublic consolidated expert advice on how businesses can defend themselves against the most common cyberthreats, including zero-days, ransomware and deepfakes.

By |2024-05-10T13:00:08+00:00May 10, 2024|ai, Artificial Intelligence, Big Data, CXO, cyber security, cybersecurity, data breach, deepfakes, Hardware, International, Internet of Things, iot, ransomware, Security, social engineering, Software, supply chain, Uncategorized, zero-days|Comments Off on How Can Businesses Defend Themselves Against Common Cyberthreats?

Combatting Deepfakes in Australia: Content Credentials is the Start

The production of deepfakes is accelerating at more than 1,500% in Australia, forcing organisations to create and adopt standards like Content Credentials.

By |2024-05-08T09:00:04+00:00May 8, 2024|adobe, Amazon, Artificial Intelligence, Australia, AWS, Big Data, CXO, ethical ai, Google, International, Microsoft, openai, Security, Uncategorized|Comments Off on Combatting Deepfakes in Australia: Content Credentials is the Start

Gartner: 4 Bleeding-Edge Technologies in Australia

Gartner recently identified emerging tech that will impact enterprise leaders in APAC. Here’s what IT leaders in Australia need to know about these innovative technologies.

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