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iDenfy partners with StackGo to enhance SME compliance solutions
Lithuania's iDenfy partners with StackGo to boost the Australian firm's SaaS solutions for SMEs in regulated sectors, employing Anti-Money Laundering screening for smarter compliance.
King's College to invest £45.5m in interdisciplinary science innovation
King's College London to infuse £45.5m into science-focused initiatives, establishing interdisciplinary research hubs and creating 64 academic roles in bid to spur innovation and drive UK economic growth.
Data Privacy Day: Zoho highlights the need for more education
Data Privacy Day: Zoho stresses the vital need for businesses to educate themselves, increase transparency and bolster data privacy practices as AI use intensifies.
FedEx spreads festive cheer with Purple Tote campaign in AMEA
FedEx Express brought festive joy across the Asia Pacific, Middle East, and Africa, gathering over 8,000 kg of supplies during their Purple Tote Campaign, offering aid to over 30 NGOs and around 2,400 beneficiaries.
Canon Oceania & The Smith Family charity launch partnership
Canon Oceania aligns with The Smith Family charity for a Corporate Social Responsibility partnership, offering educational aid to disadvantaged Australian children, echoing Canon's Kyosei philosophy.
AgSmart Connect to launch crucial agri-tech adoption research
Understanding Farmer Literacy and Adoption of Agri-Innovation in Australia research to be unveiled at AgSmart Connect event, revealing key insights into Aussie farmers' interaction with agri-tech.
Egress & Make-A-Wish UK forge innovative tech partnership
Cybersecurity firm Egress announces a partnership with Make-A-Wish UK, donating 23 computers and providing tech skills to boost the charity's digital infrastructure.
2024 lending trends: efficiency & open banking come into focus
Efficiency and open banking lead 2024 lending trends as lenders target cost reductions, superior customer experiences, and faster approval times, utilising technological prowess and expansive data use.
Kaspersky warns of elevated child cybersecurity risks in 2024
Cybersecurity experts at Kaspersky reveal increasing threats to minors in 2024, including AI-generated inappropriate content, cyberattacks on young gamers and malicious app downloads.
Australia's cybersecurity plans overlooked smart home devices, expert warns
Cybersecurity expert Leon Poggioli believes Australia's proposed cybersecurity law reforms need to pay more heed to smart home devices like solar inverters, crucial for grid stability.
Copyright Licensing NZ tackles AI's effect on creative rights
Copyright Licensing New Zealand highlights the urgent need for policy changes to protect creators' rights in the age of AI.
ChatGPT introduces GPT Store for customised AI resources
Reports reveal that over 3 million custom versions of AI language model, ChatGPT, were created in two months, prompting the launch of a new GPT Store for user-friendly discovery of successful designs.
Australian CFOs paying a premium for finance skills
Australian CFOs are ready to offer new hires up to 31% higher salaries for in-demand financial skills, according to research by Robert Half.
WiMi develops new AR system using DCNN for dynamic image recognition
WiMi Hologram Cloud introduces an innovative augmented reality system that utilises deep convolutional neural network algorithms for real-time object recognition and tracking.
India's 'Green Revolution 2.0' spearheaded by Agri-Tech and NGO
India's Plasma Water Solutions collaborates with The Heartfulness Institute, kickstarting 'Green Revolution 2.0' for sustainable food security with breakthrough plasma technology and conservation practices.
New report uncovers India's evolving digital search trends
Justdial's How India Searched report reveals search activities in small towns overtook large cities as digitalisation bridges India's urban-rural divide.
China's computer market to recover 4% by 2024 says Canalys
After an 18% decline in 2023, Canalys predicts Mainland China's PC market will recover with a 4% rise by 2024, backed by IT investments from corporates.
BPM market forecast to double its value by 2030 – report
The Business Process Management market is set to skyrocket from $16 billion in 2023 to $38 billion by 2030, due to digital transformation push.
Procare expands support for early childhood education
Procare Solutions optimises support for ECE providers in 2023, launching innovative tools such as Vine Assessments.
Bootcamp for critical infrastructure cybersecurity training launched
OPSWAT to launch global cybersecurity training bootcamp in 2024, elevating protection for critical infrastructure.
Life101 Launchpad: Online course teaching practical skills to youth
Life101 Launchpad, a new online programme, aims to bolster youth financial literacy and life skills. .
Samsung Electronics at the forefront of EduTech in Australia
Samsung's innovative tech transforms education, enhancing engagement and learning across schools and universities.
Manchester tech firm Sync reaches £1 billion in Apple product sales in 2023
Manchester's tech firm Sync celebrates GBP £1b billion sales in Apple products and major recognition in a stellar 2023.
Mitch Locsin leads Philippines' digital transformation at PH Digicon 2023
Mitch Locsin of PLDT Enterprise champions innovation and transformative leadership for the Philippines' digital future at PH Digicon 2023.