Or why the future of cybersecurity might be one where algorithms occasionally augmented by human intelligence do battle against one another, writes Andrew Huntley of Barracuda Networks
Daimler Financial Services, the financial and mobility services arm of German car maker Daimler, has taken an unspecified "strategic investment" in New Zealand company Soul Machines, which has produced a digital-created human face able to speak text with intonation and facial expressions.
The network, which includes ANZ Bank, is expected to be operational by the third quarter of next year
Here's a clear definition to lift some of misconceptions about what private cloud is and is not, and reaffirm that private cloud is definitely not dead.
'Personal computing would not have existed without him,' Bill Gates said of his one-time colleague.
The healthcare industry is using technology to digitilise the sector and make 'smart hospitals'. But how is it confronting the threat of cyber risks? Here we examine how smart hospitals are working and cybersecurity in healthcare.
People are increasingly concerned about how their personal information is being used by organisations in both the public and private sector, and the backlash will only increase for organisations that are not proactively addressing these concerns, says Gartner vice president David Cearley
Amadeus CORE is hosted on AWS to provide the scalability to support health organisations of any size.
Operating in the cloud requires a new cloud-based operating model, and along with it, people with new skills and new roles, writes Suraj Sowki of Accenture
Carnival Corporation is leveraging data collected from guest's smartphones and wearable devices to deliver more personalised onboard experiences.
Our mental health affects every facet of our life so it's not surprising to see it become more of a priority for employers too. While many companies may want to champion wellbeing among employees it can be difficult to know where to start.
Business leaders share some pointers that work as their organisations step up for the digital era
As with any technology, AI can have great benefits, but we need to be thoughtful about how it is deployed, writes Tony Stewart of Xero.
The system taught itself that male candidates were preferable
The optimal age of PCs is no older than 4 years, beyond which they are more expensive to maintain than replace, according to Microsoft study
Amazon lost almost US$3 billion before turning its first profit, and took significant risks. So what risks are you willing to take? Can you put a portion of today’s business model at risk to create tomorrow’s?
Plus: Adam Gower joins Watercare Services, Dr Zahra Champion highlights massive growth of NZ biotech industry
Security startups are often ahead of the technology curve and can provide more personalised service. Here's how to find the best of them and minimise risks
Blockchain is so much more than cryptocurrency. That’s where it started but a shift in the conversation is needed so people can understand its enormous potential, writes Justin Flitter of NewZealand.ai
A Labour Inspectorate operation targeting subcontractors rolling out Chorus' broadband network has found almost all of them to be breaching employment standards.
Why collaboration across business units, partners and industries is the way to tackle the biggest challenge organisations face in the digital economy.