Friday, September 30, 2022

One potential intrusion is Identified every seven minutes, finds study

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CrowdStrike, an in cloud-delivered protection of endpoints, cloud workloads, identity and data, has announced the release of the fourth annual CrowdStrike Falcon OverWatch threat hunting report: Nowhere to Hide: 2022 Falcon OverWatch Threat Hunting Report. 

Red and green tape is strangling Australia’s farming future, finds IPA

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In a keynote address at the Pastoralists and Graziers Association of Western Australia in Perth, Daniel Wild released a new research report by the IPA, Australia’s Green Tape Army: A comparative analysis of the growth of the environmental bureaucracy and the agricultural sector. The research report reveals that since the year 2000, the size of the federal environmental bureaucracy has grown three times faster than the agricultural sector itself.

Australian businesses are sitting on an untapped goldmine of old tech

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Lenovo released findings from a new research report, ‘Rethinking E-waste in a Circular Economy,’ showing that only half (50%) of senior IT business leaders say they are very aware of the potential economic value that resides in their organisations’ electronic waste.

Localsearch pulls rank in search to be leading source for small businesses

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Australian-based digital marketing service provider for small-and-medium-sized businesses, Localsearch, is aiming to become Australia’s number one online business directory (now digital presence service), overtaking the longstanding Yellow Pages in the next 24 months. Yellow Pages has held the number 1 spot for online business directories for over 25 years.

UK investors brace for recession before the end of 2022, finds HYCM

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A new research study of 885 United Kingdom-based retail investors has revealed how investors are managing their portfolios in light of high inflation, low growth, subsequent recession risks and the Conservative leadership contest. UK investors are bracing for a recession before the end of the year, new study commissioned by HYCM has found.

Business leaders feel more equipped post-pandemic, finds Verizon study

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Business leaders are struggling to seize new business opportunities amidst an unpredictable business climate. That is the finding of a survey of 600 global C-suite executives commissioned by Verizon Business. In areas such as transforming customer and employee experience — and on critical issues such as talent acquisition and technology deployment — there is a gap between business growth and the ability to drive meaningful long-term change.

Manufacturing sector has been critical to resilience throughout the pandemic

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Grant Thornton released its 2022 Manufacturing Benchmarking Report giving a unique view of the Aussie manufacturing industry. Now in its seventh year, the Manufacturing Benchmarking Report helps mid-sized manufacturers track their performance against industry benchmarks across a number of data points – including sales trends, gross margins, workforce costs, inventory lockup, and capex – and highlights potential avenues for improvement.

New study offers roadmap for family-run firms to navigate turbulent 2020s

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Citi Private Bank released The Future of Family Enterprise: Turbulence and Transformation in the 2020s, a report that’s the result of a study in cohort with Cambridge Family Enterprise Group (CFEG). Two-thirds of families surveyed say they are moderately to extremely concerned about turbulence ahead, and how it will impact the next generation of leaders.

The IT talent gap heavily fuelling tech investment decisions, finds MuleSoft

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IT talent acquisition challenges are now heavily influencing technology investment decisions, finds Salesforce’s MuleSoft. The 2022 IT Leaders Pulse Report reveals that two-thirds (64%) of senior IT leaders in Australia agree that acquiring IT talent has never been harder, and all respondents say attracting IT talent influences their firm’s technology investment choices.

Climate change is the most pressing environmental issue, finds new study

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The Asahi Glass Foundation, chaired by Takuya Shimamura, conducted an online survey of 13,332 people in Japan and 24 other countries, with 6,585 participants aged 18-24, and 6,747 participants aged 25-69. Its goal was to assess awareness on environmental issues.