Friday, September 30, 2022

ABB acquires majority interest in EV solutions leader InCharge Energy

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ABB today announced the acquisition of a controlling stake in electric vehicle (EV) commercial charging infrastructure solutions company InCharge Energy. The addition of InCharge Energy will strengthen ABB’s E-mobility Division in the North American market by broadening its customer base and expanding its fleet electrification software and digital services offering.

Here are the top three telecom infrastructure trends to watch in 2022

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A new approach to towers, growth of neutral hosts, and an expansion of private networks. Those are three strong trends to consider in telecom infrastructure for 2022. A strong recovery post-pandemic has further accelerated the transition of society moving to digital platforms.

Microsoft’s new research and tech empowers frontline workers

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Microsoft Corporation released a Work Trend Index Special Report, “Technology Can Help Unlock a New Future for Frontline Workers,” and announced new features in Microsoft Teams and Microsoft Viva designed to serve millions of frontline workers.

Airtasker crowns top taskers in inaugural Airtasker Awards Program

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Local-services marketplace Airtasker has today unveiled the winners of its inaugural Airtasker Awards Program, a new initiative recognising and rewarding skilled Aussies who went above and beyond to deliver outstanding service throughout a challenging 2021. 2021 was a year of growth for the flexible economy. The Airtasker community grew by 13% as Aussies embraced new ways of working1 and, as lockdowns began to ease across the country in October 2021, Airtasker witnessed a significant 34% uplift in monthly Tasker registrations.

Tips to help international students manage money while studying abroad

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While COVID-19 slowed down international study programs over the past two years of the global pandemic, many students are starting to plan for overseas learning programs again. In 2021, over 159,000 Australian students participated in international study experiences and despite restrictions, more than 248,000 international students came to Australia.

Strategies to help you stay in control when your business website crashes

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Thousands of shoppers were furious and unable to order Christmas presents as Amazon’s site had gone down, after experiencing problems. For any business, having your website go down can cause significant revenue losses if they are not properly prepared. Here is what small e-commerce businesses can do if their site experiences similar issues.

Six misconceptions about skin cancer set straight so as to protect yourself

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We hear a lot of information about being sun aware and skin safe when the weather is warm, which is important, but the reality is that skin safety is important all year around. Vigilance shouldn’t be less important when the temperatures begin to drop. Damage from UV radiation is possible during all seasons, even when it is cool, cloudy, or rainy weather.

The coming reckoning will show ROI accruing from threat intelligence

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Threat intelligence has been a part of cyber defense processes in the private sector for long. Many threat intelligence teams were initially composed of classically trained intel operators from the public sector, focusing on gathering data to thwart national security threats.

Research shows surge in household finances despite economic stagnation

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Despite a sudden increase in unemployment across many countries at the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, personal equity has proven to significantly grow across many OECD countries throughout 2020, according to new research by Compare the Market. Of the 20 countries studied, South Korea recorded the greatest positive change in household net wealth last year despite the onset effects of COVID-19. The nation saw a 19% increase, jumping from US$46,810.10 per capita in 2019 to US$55,675.78 per capita in 2020.

Aussies walk away from brands that don’t protect them from cyber threats

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It takes years to build a brand, but the loss of trust or reputation can happen overnight, and a cyber attack can cause a loss of trust. Leading email security and cyber resilience company Mimecast, has launched its inaugural Brand Trust Report, showing the impact of cyber attacks on consumer trust and how it is playing out for brands across the fiercely competitive digital economy.