Tess Bennett

Tess Bennett

Tess Bennett is the editor of Which-50 and is responsible for leading the publication’s daily coverage of Australia's digital businesses for C-Suite executives, strategists, founders and directors. As the former editor of Internet Retailing Australia and journalist for Inside Retail, Tess has five years experience covering retail and ecommerce. At Which-50 Tess reports on a broad range of topics including technology, the industrial internet, analytics and digital marketing.

Shayne Elliott

Incumbent banks will need to embrace new business models to ensure their long term survival, argues Shayne Elliott, CEO of ANZ Bank. Speaking at the Sibos conference in Sydney yesterday, Elliot said 30 years of uninterrupted growth meant Australia was “a great place to be a bank”, but had bred

The former head of ASIO has issued a warning about the dangers posed by small groups within society to shift the weight of public opinion by hijacking social media. David Irvine, chair of Australian Cyber Security Research Centre and former director general of ASIO argued “the internet and social media

Facebook is facing renewed scrutiny over the way it reported its video metrics, after an updated lawsuit was filed in California this week alleging the social media giant’s errors were much worse than originally reported. The original filing was made in October 2016 by a group of small advertisers after

9Voyager

Nine is confident its investment in advertising technology will allow the broadcaster to unlock a new revenue stream, selling digital video advertising to Australia’s 2 million small and medium sized businesses. The broadcaster is launching a new self-serve platform, 9Vogayer, which will allow SMEs to access its 9Galaxy trading platform

Data and analytics have enormous potential to improve public policy and services by helping governments focus their resources in the areas where they will be most effective. However the risk of deploying machine learning systems which unfairly impact humans lives, because they’ve inherited biases from their human designers, means a

Providing CMOs with more data-driven ways to plan and buy TV will help them justify how they spend their ad dollars in premium broadcast environments, argues Mark Lollback, CEO of media agency GroupM. Lollback was speaking to media ahead of the launch of GroupM’s addressable TV business, Finecast, which officially

The data from organisations such as McKinsey and Company and MIT is clear: companies that let data drive their decision-making make more money. Indeed, data-driven decision-making has repeatably been linked to better business performance across revenue, profit, or return on equity. Small wonder then that Which-50 is seeing increased investment

Dropbox is establishing a customer advisory board to help the organisation improve its file sharing and collaboration products for its 500 million registered users and 12 million paid customers. The panels — which will meet four times a year, twice in North America and once each in EMEA and APAC

driverless car,

As society trusts more of its operations to autonomous systems, increasingly companies are making it a requirement that humans can understand how exactly a machine has reached a certain conclusion. The research efforts behind Explainable AI (XAI) are gaining traction as technology giants like Microsoft, Google and IBM, agree that

Companies investing in IoT should play to their strengths, develop multiple use cases and redesign their existing business practices, according to new research from McKinsey and Company. The report, What it takes to get an edge in the Internet of Things, is based on a survey of IoT executives at