Tuesday, August 16, 2022

How blockchain technology could resuscitate the global travel industry

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Over the past decade, blockchain technology has gained traction, with many taking a sudden interest. But is it time to concede that it is a viable technology? Given the many black-market paradoxes associated with this technology, I get the reluctance to fully onboard the Crypto.

Cyber security expert expounds on the News Corp cyber attack

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The attack on News Corp was done through Business Email Compromise, a common threat vector used by hackers to infiltrate a corporate network to gain access to valuable information.Once hackers have gained access to your email, they can preview your most recent and historical conversations including accessing attachments and links within the email text.

Tissue regeneration technology will revolutionise surgery in Australia

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It is one of those rare small companies on the cusp of being able to play a key role globally – and Australia will play a crucial role in that journey. Osteopore is on an exciting path, we have commercial traction, and our novel medical tech platform is proven and has numerous apps for bone regrowth and hopefully in the near future for cartilage, tendons and ligaments.

Banking grows up: Why coming changes will upend the industry

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For an industry with such a conservative reputation, banking has been upended more times than most. Change has been the only constant, from deregulation to the internet to the pandemic. We’re now on the verge of something else. It's not going just to prompt banking to do what it does better; it's going to shift what banking is – to clients and itself.

Climate accountability starts with sustainability in our workplaces

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Over the weekend on World Environment Day, Aussies noted a shift in the mood around the climate agenda. As we settle into a newly elected gov't with commitments to cut greenhouse gas emissions more aggressively, it’s worth remembering that policies are going to take time. More importantly, they are not where our collective role in climate begins and ends. 

Why Australian small businesses need the cloud to truly feel secure

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There’s no denying the benefits that the shift towards hybrid work has provided since the pandemic began. Workers have been allowed to take Zoom meetings from the comfort of their own homes while wearing pyjamas if they really want to, using their laptops and mobile devices to communicate with co-workers in the office or from their own homes if they want.

Africans torn between multiple diversified domicile portfolios

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In 2022, the Caribbean island nations of St. Kitts and Nevis, Antigua and Barbuda, and Grenada are the most popular citizenship by investment programs that Africans ask about. Other favorites are the Montenegro Citizenship by Investment Program, which offers citizenship in Europe and all its associated benefits, such as visa-free travel to Europe’s Schengen Area countries, and the Turkey Citizenship by Investment Program, which has the Southern African countries predominated the growth markets on the continent in 2021.

We don’t talk about Bruno is Disney’s lesson for corporate transparency

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Make sure your 2022 sustainability report is a balanced one, with honesty and openness about the good and the bad. Not only will it help you build trust with your stakeholders, it can also signpost the way towards a more sustainable and successful future.

Supposedly ailing streaming giant Netflix not as sick as many think

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In the first two quarters of 2022, Netflix lost almost 1.2 million subscribers. Investors began running for the hills and some pundits claimed that the streaming giant’s downfall was imminent. The panic continued when the company cut four percent of its workforce to get its costs in line with “slower revenue growth”. How bad is this malaise? Well, Netflix is certainly under the weather. But this is not the terminal or even critical illness some are suggesting.

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.