GUEST OPINION by Brett Barningham, Managing Director of Local and State Government ANZ, Civica. The government’s latest Budget has been described by some as one of “shock and awe” levels of spending, including billions on regional infrastructure. The figures are truly eye-watering – and confirmation that the government is seeking to use its purchasing power to enhance overall demand amid a record recession.
Businesses must start planning their recoveries now from the COVID 19 pandemic crisis to avoid devastating long-term financial impacts, despite the fact that the businesses are still grappling with daily disruptions as the pandemic continues to increase, according to one global analyst firm.
SPONSORED REVIEW: External hard drives are evolving to be faster, safer and more reliable. Nevertheless, they are not advanced enough to be shielded from events that cause data loss on the external hard drives.
Hey, was there ever a full report/followup released?
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