Tuesday, August 16, 2022

Green gambling: How do casinos contribute to saving the planet?

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Gambling has always been a controversial topic. People seem to love it or hate it, with no in-between. But what if I told you...

DoubleVerify exposes ViperBot, a new international fraud scheme

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DoubleVerify, (NYSE: DV), a software platform for digital media measurement, data and analytics, announced the discovery of ViperBot, a sophisticated advertising fraud scheme that attempts to steal over $8 million each month in ad spend across two of the industry’s most in-demand channels: connected television (CTV) and mobile video. Through ViperBot, fraudsters strip the code that verifies ad impressions and then conceal and redirect this code through real devices to hide the fraudulent activity in an attempt to go undetected.

Immediation casts Dinner Dialogues Program to discuss dispute resolution

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Immediation, an international online dispute resolution provider, announced the official launch of its “Immediation Dinner Dialogues” program. The program features a series of invitation-only thought leadership dinner events with industry influencers to discuss opportunities for dispute resolution sector a multi-billion dollar component of legal services. The series was devised in Jeffersonian style, to provoke debate and generate solutions and innovation.

BusyFormula #040: Why Monaco and Baku could end Mercedes’ hopes

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Last season, Mercedes had started looking invincible after their Barcelona masterclass. But the Monaco Grand Prix followed, triggering a string of five races where Mercedes had no win while Red Bull pulled away in the championship standings. Monaco and Baku are two races that were particularly tough as they struggled. With that in mind, it’s not far-fetched that these two races and others on similar tracks could kill Mercedes’ championship hopes. Why?

Tax time: How to invest in your people and yield returns for the year...

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As we approach end of the financial year, Aussie businesses are setting up for success in the year ahead. But as discussions of budgets...

DHgate and other industry heads cast BRICS Women Innovation Contest

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In promoting tangible outcomes for empowering women and driving innovation, the 2022 BRICS Women Innovation Contest is now open to all businesswomen in BRICS countries. Register now and receive a recommendation from DHgate. The Contest aims to activate and unleash women’s innovation and creativity in green development, technological innovation, cultural creativity, healthcare, education and training, finance, cross-border e-commerce, and other fields.

Three things business leaders must acquaint themselves about security

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A few years ago, Cathay Pacific suffered a lapse in data security, affecting the personal data of an estimated 9.4 million people. Along with the questions it raised around the effectiveness of cybersecurity for all firms, a top international law firm noted another effect: an uptick in interest in collective redress, a type of representative action resembling a class action lawsuit.

Four ways to overcome the increasing IT complexity in the hybrid world

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Cloud adoption is accelerating. Gartner says end-user spending on cloud services ballooned 20% in 2022 to nearly US $500 billion. The spending frenzy isn’t about to cool, either; it’s expected to grow by another hundred billion dollars in 2023. Every business is under pressure. Competitors are spending on resilience and improving products and services.

Majority of organisations recognise value in AI-augmented DevOps

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Tricentis, a continuous testing for modern cloud and enterprise apps firm, announced the findings from a survey of over 2,600 DevOps practitioners—AI-Augmented DevOps: The Next Frontier. It examines AI augmentation in DevOps environments and finds firms value AI-augmented DevOps and recognise its potential to fuel innovation and impact business.

Avoid penalties and interest: How to clear your ATO debt faster

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The ATO has resumed its debt collection activities across the small business sector after a pause last year during lockdown. This means businesses need to really focus on clearing the debt as the ATO pursues harder collection measures. We are still going to see supply chain issues in 2022 however open international borders will bring some relief with a surge in sales and new business.