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It's time to prepare for the supply chain oft he future.

Moving goods around the globe has always had its challenges. From a ship stuck in a canal to unpredictable international and domestic border closures, recent years have supplied an even greater test to what we thought we knew about supply chains. According to EY’s think tank, EYQ, the current linear

Our recent webcast on privacy, customer experience, and user consent attracted an unusually diverse audience, across finance, technology, marketing, regulatory compliance. After the event one of the participants, EY Oceania Customer Practice Director Adam Fraser has created a privacy health check to help participants in the event to understand where

The Australian technology sector is well positioned for a post-COVID recovery, which is likely to be accompanied by a wave of M&A activity, according to a new analysis of the sector from EY.  The outlook is especially optimistic for B2B technology companies that provide services to enable ongoing remote working

EY Oceania cybersecurity lead Anthony Robinson and Aleron founders Mark Wroniak and Alex Morkos.

EY Australia has acquired Sydney-based cybersecurity consultancy, Aleron which specialises in cybersecurity strategy, architecture design and implementation.  Founders Mark Wroniak and Alex Morkos, will join EY as partners, bringing with them 36 staff and contractors across Australia. As part of the asset acquisition, EY will acquire Aleron’s cybersecurity analytics and

Data and the highly targeted opportunities it provides will be are too attractive for advertisers to ignore. For media companies that means getting their minds and business models around the internet of things according to a report from Ernst & Young. “Armed with meaningful insights about consumer behaviours and preferences, M&E [media