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Safetica partners with Kaira to boost data security in APAC region
Safetica forms strategic alliance with Kaira to enhance data security solutions and cater to increasing cybersecurity needs in the APAC region.
UK judges to use AI chatbot despite concerns over credibility issues
Despite credibility concerns, UK judges will use ChatGPT AI chatbot in legal rulings to process large text volumes.
Scottish fintech firm Know-it expands to Australia amidst sector growth
Renowned Scottish fintech firm, Know-it, announces expansion to Australia to join its thriving fintech sector.
New survey highlights tech & HR challenges for SMEs in 2023
A new survey from Empiraa has revealed technology integration and HR challenges as the main issues for small to medium enterprises in 2023.
FedEx commits to carbon neutrality by 2040, aligning with COP28 mission
FedEx pledges to go carbon neutral by 2040, aligning to COP28's mission and investing $2 billion in sustainability efforts.
Australian tech sector struggles with balancing data security & personalisation
Australian tech sector grapples with balancing consumers' data privacy concerns and demands for personalised service.
Wiise unveils Warehouse OnTime for real-time warehouse management
Wiise introduces Warehouse OnTime, a real-time, mobile-first warehouse management system to aid SMEs' efficiency.
London fintech TRIVER secures £20m to transform SME finance access
London-based fintech, TRIVER, secures £20m in funding to revolutionise SME access to finance through Open Banking and AI.
Half of firms yet to adopt AI for business, reveals Valcon's study
Over half of surveyed businesses haven't adopted AI in their operations, despite recognising its benefits, says Valcon.
ToolTime launches UK job management software for tradespeople
ToolTime has released its cloud-based job management software for UK tradespeople, aiming to streamline operations and save up to 30% working time.
Access Group launches Small Business Software Grants in Australia
Access Group rolls out Small Business Software Grants, offering $10,000 each to 10 Australian SMEs amid soaring costs.
GoNetZero study examines gap between net zero goals & actions in Asia
GoNetZero reveals gaps between net zero ambitions and actions in Asian businesses, enforcing a decarbonisation urgency.
Australians dubious about data security & AI, reveals Versent study
Australians express high levels of concern about data security and fear of AI, according to a study by tech firm Versent.
Auckland SaaS start-up Afirmo transforming small business operations
New Zealand start-up Afirmo is transforming small business operations with its holistic software platform, attracting 3500 customers in its first year.
UK SMEs lack security measures against concealed cyber threats
About one third of UK's small and medium-sized enterprises lack protective measures against hidden cyber threats, a study reveals.
NetApp, Fujitsu & VMware launch cloud solution for SMEs
NetApp, Fujitsu and VMware have launched a cloud-ready platform designed to help SMEs minimise costs and enhance efficiency.
Valutico & Eden Exchange team up to simplify business valuations
Valutico partners with Eden Exchange to streamline business valuations, enabling SME owners to make informed sales decisions.
Economic pressures hit largest NZ businesses hardest, BELR report reveals
New Zealand's largest businesses are feeling the brunt of economic pressures, with double the redundancy rate of SMEs, says BELR.
AI could alleviate rising Australian burnout rates
AI could curb Australia's rising burnout rates and boost workforce productivity, according to new research from HubSpot.
Exclusive: How The Access Group's Mintsoft is redefining WMS and OMS
To learn more about the company, TechDay spoke with Evan Puzey, who is the General Manager of ERP, The Access Group, Asia Pacific.
EasyDMARC launches EasySender to improve email deliverability amidst rising cyber threats
EasyDMARC introduces EasySender, an innovative platform aimed at boosting email deliverability and sender reputation.
Grapple surpasses AUD $200m milestone as they introduce AI to their Lendtech platform
Grapple surpasses the AUD $200m funded invoices milestone by introducing AI to their innovative Lendtech platform.
Tech sector rebalances after period of unsustainable growth, says index
New data suggests a 'correction' in the Australian tech sector as valuations and salaries stabilise after unsustainable growth.
Australians anticipate quality of life enhancement with smart cities
86% of Australians believe smart city development will improve their lives, reveals a Capterra Australia study.