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Even as digital transformation contributes to intensifying climate change due to burgeoning energy consumption, Australian CIOs are missing in action.  Hyperscalers and data centre operators are hoping they can change that, but at least initially it looks like they have a hard row to hoe just to engage IT executives,

Brands should think of the $US200 billion gaming industry not as a series of channels but as a form of entertainment, around which a unique set of consumer behaviours has evolved. That’s our key take away from a new report by Essence, a global data and measurement-driven media agency which

Supply chain disruption due to COVID-19 is creating major issues with automotive parts availability within Australia at present and impacts on repairers, service centres and restorers. The primary problem involves getting specialised parts in from overseas such as Germany, United States, United Kingdom, Japan, and France. Countries affected by COVID-19 responded

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When global food and beverage giant Mondelez was hit with the NotPetya ransomware, the cost was reportedly as much as $US100 million and caused a major acquisition to be  put on hold until the damage was remediated. You could argue they got off lightly. Credit reporting giant Equifax has spent

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As more organisations consider consolidating their office footprint and choosing hubs for their hybrid workforce, it is critical for HR leaders to inject talent intelligence into location strategy decisions. Location decisions are typically driven by financial factors like real estate, costs, corporate taxes or government incentives, with talent considerations taking

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