Athina Mallis

Athina Mallis

Athina Mallis is the editor of the Which-50 Digital Intelligence Unit and a writer for Which-50.com

The ACCC has blocked the Vodafone Hutchinson and TPG merger with the watchdog claiming the merger will “reduce competition and contestability” in this sector.  It stated the proposed merger would preclude TPG entering as the fourth mobile network operator in Australia. Sign up for Which-50’s Irregular Insights newsletter Nominate today

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As many as 40 per cent of Australia’s CEO are digitally illiterate, according to a new study. In contrast the same report suggests one in three CEOs in Australian organisations lead their digital transformation strategy.  The report commissioned by DXC technology, Beyond Disruption: Australian organisations race to digital transformational success

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The statement ‘millennials do not trust advertisers’ is lazy and incorrect according to a number of industry professionals who spoke at the Zenith Marketing to Millennials event last week. The panel, hosted by Zenith CEO, Nickie Scriven, featured speakers Kim Portrate, CEO of ThinkTV; Carolyn Bollaci, head of agency at

Facebook plans to make its platform more privacy-focused, built around several principles core to the way WhatsApp has been developed, according to CEO Mark Zuckerberg. During the F8 conference in San Jose earlier this week the CEO opened the event saying the company will focus on the most fundamental and

The modern webinar has come a long way from basic presentation tool or a “talking power point,” according to Mark Bornstein VP of marketing at On24. Speaking during the third Webinar World hosted by On24 earlier today, Bornstein noted audiences are consuming content in new and different ways. Sign up

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KPMG Australia has appointed Jarther Taylor as its new marketing director. Taylor was previously the CEO of customer experience agency Datarati. He has been working at KPMG in a consulting capacity since December last year. Sign up for Which-50’s Irregular Insights newsletter Nominate today for the Which-50 Digital Experience Awards.

Australian businesses are paying more to attract key IT talent. For seven out of every 10 new hires, IT employers have had to increase the salary amount originally offered to secure their favoured candidate, according to a new study.   The results come from the 2019 Robert Half Salary Guide

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Amazon has reeled in a US$3.56 billion net income for Q1 2019, the highest profit it has made for a quarter and double the US$1.6 billion it made a year earlier. The online giant also announced it is cutting down its shipping time with its Prime members able to receive

Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) and cloud infrastructure have fundamentally altered the dynamic between business units and the department. Traditionally, the relationship between IT and other business units had been mildly adversarial in many organisations, as IT juggled the complexities of “keeping the lights on” while trying to continuously improve and innovate to

Schneider Electric builds its webinars based on partners or end-users and then pulls together content accordingly, according to Chris Quinn, its VP of Marketing. Quinn said from that stage the company may involve multiple of its own teams to bring content together. Sign up for Which-50’s Irregular Insights newsletter Nominate