Boards around the world — including in Australia — are ramping up investment in data security and privacy in the rush to become compliant with the European Union’s new privacy law, the General Data Protection Regulation, and to avoid highly damaging data breaches, according to a newly published report.
Global adoption of blockchain technology is continuing slowly but chief information officers say the technology requires the most new skills of any technology area, with skills difficult to find to meet growth demands.
A global survey of 800 chief information officers by digital performance management company Dynatrace has found that a little more than three-quarters fear that the complexity of IT setups in organisations would soon make the management of digital performance impossible.
I don't trust the ChiComs any further than I could throw them!
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The trump administration play to the ignorant... morrison is nothing but the vacuous shill is this sad comedic pantomine...