Athina Mallis

Athina Mallis

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

Some businesses excel more than others, even if they are selling the same product with the same consumers. How do they do it, and how can other companies achieve those goals? At a recent Adobe event, Murray Howe, head of industry strategy APAC, discussed how high-performing experience organisations differ from

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VC firm Artesian Venture Partners and the Grains Research and Development Corporation (GRDC) have eached chipped in $25 million to create a new $50 million venture capital fund. The agtech fund, named GrainInnovate, will support and resource start-ups which show the potential and commitment to deliver transformational impact to Australia’s

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The edge will be an important data processing role, with IDC predicting more data will increasingly be processed through the edge rather than at the endpoint or core. The endpoint refers to devices like mobiles and PCs while the core is large data centres, including cloud. The IDC white paper

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The Australian and Security Exchange Commission is looking into why the share prices of buy now, pay later platforms Afterpay, Zip and Flexigroup plummeted on Wednesday morning. The market volatility occured two days before a senate committee examining the buy now, pay later sector hands down its final report. According

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The big four banks are backing a new educational initiative, the Schools Cyber Security program, designed to teach high school students about cyber security skills and encourage them to pursue a career in IT. The Australian Computer Academy (ACA) developed the $1.35 million national program which will be taught to

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The growth in mobile internet users with a voracious appetite for online entertainment is accelerating the amount of data produced across Asia Pacific region. According to IDC, Asia Pacific and Japan is one of the fastest growing data regions, and by 2025 it will be the third largest datasphere globally.

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Edge computing will drive growth for storage companies but vendors will also need to think differently about how the data is stored and moved, according to BS Teh, SVP global sales and sales operation at Seagate. Teh explained during a media event in Singapore for Seagate’s 40th anniversary that two

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The proliferation of IoT sensors and artificial intelligence, as well as the emergence of 5G networks will drive edge computing growth, according to BS Teh, SVP global sales and sales operation at Seagate. During Seagate’s 40th anniversary event in Singapore yesterday, Teh said the first driver, AI, is already in

Amazon has signed a deal to acquire mesh wi-fi manufacturer Eero strengthening its smart home assistant arm. Neither company disclosed how much Amazon paid for Eero. According to Bloomberg, Eero has raised $148 million in equity and debt. Eero’s various products helps users extend the range of their wi-fi through

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Most would assume marketers would have a strong perception of marketing in a company however a Marketo report says that is not entirely the case. The report, Marketing 2025: The future of skills and technology in marketing across Australia and New Zealand CEOs had more stronger responses to positive statements on marketing than