Athina Mallis

Athina Mallis

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

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There are four key ways for ecommerce retailers to future proof their brand, according to Mark Bergen, head of revenue at ecommerce company, Shopify. These include, creating a consistent experience, letting technology and humans do what they are supposed to do, removing friction from an experience, and using the correct

The federal government passed its controversial social media laws this afternoon through its Sharing of Violent and Abhorrent Media Bill. The new laws establish unprecedented criminal penalties for internet companies and their executives if platforms fail to quickly remove abhorrent content. The laws are part of the political response to

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Facebook has again exposed its users’ data, according to security researchers which say they found 540 million users’ details including passwords available on public storage servers. Facebook is yet to respond to the claims. Security firm UpGuard claims two third-party developed Facebook apps collected and posted the information on publicly

Australia’s cloud Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS) is on a growth trajectory with new research predicting market spend to reach $1.2 billion by 2022. It also shows three quarters of medium and large Australian organisations are already taking a multi cloud approach, which is presenting some complexity challenges. The research, Telsyte Australian Cloud

Ride sharing company Lyft has had it value soar on its first day on the Nasdaq with the company’s shares up 8.7 per cent at US$78.29 with a valuation of US$26.5 billion. Lyft debuted on the Nasdaq with a price of US$72 last Thursday. On Friday, its shares opened at

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg has said there are four areas of the internet that need to be regulated, calling for new rules for harmful content, election integrity, privacy and data portability. Facebook has resisted calls increased regulation in the past but Zuckerberg said there now needs to be a more

Delivering the keynote at the Microsoft Future Now event in Sydney today Brad Smith, president and chief legal officer of Microsoft said the Christchurch terrorist attack is a learning moment for everyone working in technology. Smith is referring to the Christchurch terrorist attack where 50 people were murdered in shootings

Apple is expanding its services business, adding a streaming platform, gaming subscription service, an expanded version of its news app and a credit card. The company unveiled a plethora of services overnight during an event at its headquarters. Commentators suggest the company is reaching out in other fields to try

Mining company Fortescue Metals Group is exploring how it could apply autonomous mobility technology in an urban environment, announcing it plans to establish a new research and development centre in Karratha, Western Australia. The Fortescue Future of Mobility Centre will leverage the company’s success in using autonomous technology across its

Facebook has admitted hundreds of millions of its users’ passwords were stored in plain text and able to be accessed by its employees. In a blog post, Pedro Canahuati, VP Engineering, Security and Privacy at Facebook said the company has fixed the issues and will be notifying those users whose