Cybercrime, specifically ransomware, is evolving to match business cloud trends with ransomcloud, the next wave of ransomware, set to become a key concern for organisations within the next few years.
Stories by James Bergl, CompTIA & Datto
More organisations are turning to digital disruptive technologies to increase growth and relevance. Artificial intelligence (AI), specifically machine learning (ML), is helping a range of industries in unique and unexpected ways.
Reports of an information technology (IT) and cybersecurity skills gap have fostered debate across media, business, and the IT industry itself.
The IT industry witnessed many changes in 2018 which are set to further expand, and significantly shape the sector in 2019.
Millennials have a reputation for being difficult, demanding, lazy, and disloyal; however, nothing could be further from the truth. Millennials are at the helm of plenty of successful businesses in the IT industry, and they’re working with yet more millennials to grow these businesses and the industry as a whole. It’s therefore important to recognise the value they add and stop denigrating an entire generation of workers.
There has been a lot of talk in recent months about the government's new notifiable data breach (NDB) legislation. The legislation requires organisations that suffer a data breach that may cause serious harm to individuals to alert the Office of the Australian Information Commissioner (OAIC). They must also let each and every one of their affected customers know that their confidential data was breached.