Self-regulation may be a necessary step for Australian organisations to maintain trust from their customers that they are prioritising privacy when collecting and using data.
AI and machine learning will be the sixth biggest area of IT spending growth in Australia and New Zealand in 2024, though CIOs are working with flat budgets overall in making spending decisions.
According to Gartner, the next wave of cloud computing will see even more complicated workloads migrated over, plus new options and requirements for cloud customers.
Higher-than-expected costs of ownership is a common cause of software buying regret, according to Gartner. Researchers provide software vendors tips on preventing post-purchase software dissatisfaction.
Artificial intelligence garners the spotlight, taking the top three positions.
Gartner AI experts and Distinguished VP Analysts address the human-machine relationship and best practices for business leaders in the new AI era.
Computer vision, data labeling and annotation, cloud AI services, and intelligence applications are the most mature applications of AI, according to Gartner's 2023 AI Hype Cycle.
Gartner predicts a 16% growth in conversational AI thanks to the booming contact center tech market, the advent of virtual assistants and as-a-service models. But are employees ready to work with generative AI?
Among the strategic propositions in Gartner's 2023-2024 cybersecurity outlook are that organizations need to institute cultural changes to lower pressure on security teams.
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