Australian Chief Executive Officer (CEO) confidence regarding an organization's ability to detect and manage cyber concerns far outstrips that of Chief Information Security Officers (CISOs) – a disconnect that puts organizations at risk of cyberattacks, according to research released by Unisys Corporation

In biblical history, Noah, his family and many animals survived a great flood. To make this possible Noah brought pairs from every species aboard his ark. But is Noah's model – gathering the full diversity of file and document formats – genuinely suitable for archiving digital content?

The worldwide market for social software and collaboration in the workplace is expected to grow from an estimated $ US 2.7 billion in 2018 to $ US 4.8 billion by 2023, nearly doubling in size, according to Gartner, Inc.

Australia is on the cusp of a new era where consumers will be granted the right to access and share data about themselves and their transactions as captured by businesses they deal with, such as banks, electricity retailers, and phone and internet service providers.

A large telecommunications company is under pressure to digitalize its services and business processes, but initiatives keep stalling. The main problem sits with five of its business leaders, each with the belief that they’re primarily accountable for the transformation, and each with a different view of how it should be accomplished.

Kodak Alaris partner Go Systems counts many local councils across New South Wales amongst its client base. In partnership with Kodak Alaris it has designed a technology roadmap for one of the state’s largest councils utilising its capture hardware and software solutions.

One of Australia’s largest insurance companies, RACQ, has completed a project to enhance its claim processing using ABBYY content intelligence capabilities in tandem with UiPath’s robotic process automation (RPA) platform.

The Australian government is handing over $A32M to a new research centre hosted at RMIT University that will investigate how rapidly emerging autonomous decision-making technologies can be used safely and ethically.

Text analytics software developed by The University of Queensland will be available as a ‘Software as a Service’ product to individual subscribers for the first time.

We’re entering the age of artificial intelligence. And as AI programs gets better and better at acting like humans, we will increasingly be faced with the question of whether there’s really anything that special about our own intelligence, or if we are just machines of a different kind. Could everything we know and do one day be reproduced by a complicated enough computer program installed in a complicated enough robot?