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Technology has been at the centre of business continuity plans during the COVID-19 crisis and will play a key role in navigating the path to recovery, but amid a prolonged period of uncertainty, the challenge for technology leaders is choosing which playbook to follow.  According to research from Gartner, survival,

COVID-19 has accelerated globally transformative trends in business according to senior industry executives we interviewed for our COVID-19 Disruption series. Last week we asked Didier Bonnet, Affiliate Professor of Strategy and Digital Transformation at IMD Business School, Max Ryerson, the CEO of StratForce, and Korn Ferry’s APAC IT services VP

Australian female founders have only attracted $3 million in funding compared to their male counterparts who have raised an excess of $50 million, according to a survey of 63 VC-backed Australian startups. The report, Australian Startup Salary Guide 2019/2020 from startup talent and growth firm Think & Grow and Amazon

Australia’s contact tracing app will be critical to tracking and minimising the spread of coronavirus, according to the federal government, which has positioned the technology as a way to speed up the easing of lockdown measures. But some privacy experts are concerned about the proportionality and design of the tool

Welcome to Which-50’s COVID-19 Disruption Series which examines how Australia’s digital infrastructure is coping with the society-wide disruption caused by the coronavirus pandemic. Catch up on the rest of the series here.  Government, regulators and some of the tech industry’s biggest players report Australia’s National Broadband Network is coping well

Platform giants Facebook and Google will be forced to share advertising revenue with Australian media companies under a new mandatory code of conduct with binding penalties announced by the federal government today.  Australia joins France in being among the first countries to force the tech giants to directly pay for

The shift to working from home arrangements for Which-50 readers in digital, technology, and marketing departments has been sudden, dramatic and close to absolute. Of the more than 30 executives we contacted for this story, 95 per cent said they are not going into the office at all anymore, and

Australians have been forced online by COVID-19, accelerating the pace of digital adoption across the sectors of the economy which are adjusting to a new way of doing business. This is part one in a series examining how Australia’s infrastructure is holding up under unprecedented — and unexpected — demand

Australia looks set to follow Singapore in introducing a “contact tracing” app to track coronavirus victims and the people they come in contact with, in the hope the app could eventually help ease lockdown measures. The federal government wants to introduce the app within a fortnight, with details to be

The global crisis brought on by COVID-19 has forced many businesses to rapidly and radically change the way they deliver services to their customers. Prior to the pandemic WW, previously known as Weight Watchers, was running 30,000 face-to-face workshops a week around the world. On March 16th global lockdown measures