Aussie banks struggle to make headway on digitisation plans
Operational hurdles, regulatory challenges, legacy technologies, and skills gaps are slowing down the momentum as banks look to stay competitive.
Why the financial services industry needs to embrace ‘relationship marketing’
With more fintech disruptors joining the financial sector, digitally-savvy customers have more choice than ever at their fingertips — and they’re searching for the best deals.
New report highlights opportunities and challenges of Super Apps for banking sector
"Staying ahead of the game means predicting where tomorrow will take us, as well as recognising where things currently stand."
Banks looking to metaverse to help reduce carbon footprint
Research reveals 91% of Australian banking executives are banking on the metaverse to reduce their organisation's carbon footprints.
PXP Financial partners DisputeHelp management platform
The partnership will provide an end-to-end dispute management platform across all payment schemes for their merchant portfolio.
Tech job moves - BitTitan, Extreme Networks, Ivanti & Qualys
We round up all job appointments from September 19-22, 2022, in one place to keep you updated with the latest from across the tech industries.
Poor mobile coverage most prominent issue for telco services
While overall complaint numbers declined significantly in the period, the proportion of mobile complaints increased to 39.7% of all complaints.
Concentric AI, Snowflake to enhance data security posture
The integration benefits joint customers by making Concentric AI's data security posture management capabilities readily available on the Snowflake Data Cloud.
Tech job moves - Accenture, Cohesity, Commvault & SnapLogic
We round up all job appointments from September 12-16, 2022, in one place to keep you updated with the latest from across the tech industries.
New report calls for tighter guidelines on data centre sustainability
A new Cushman & Wakefield report is calling for water consumption and carbon emissions to be measured in addition to power usage.
August's top malware: Emotet knocked off top spot
FormBook is now the most prevalent malware, taking over from Emotet, which has held that position since its reappearance in January.
IBM LinuxONE servers help clients reach sustainability goals
IBM has unveiled the next generation of its LinuxONE server, a highly scalable Linux and Kubernetes-based platform intended to support thousands of workloads in the footprint of a single system.
Four marginal gains for the new era of credit decisioning
Businesses looking to make the most of new technology can push their operations forward - however, getting the most out of software can sometimes mean making slight compounding adjustments rather than sweeping changes.
Genetec launches latest release of flagship security platform
"With Security Center 5.11, customers, existing or new, can now benefit from all the value that a unified security system provides right out of the box."
IDC predicts almost $450 billion AI revenue this year
IDC's AI Tracker forecast indicates that global revenue for the AI market will reach nearly $450 billion in 2022.
Polaris research finds major growth trends in the global SOC market
The market was valued at USD$34.73 billion in 2020 and is expected to reach $83.55 billion by 2028, growing at a CAGR of 11.9% during the forecast period.
Banking-as-a-Service to hit mainstream within two years
Some 30% of banks with greater than $1bn in assets will launch BaaS for new revenue by the end of 2024, but half will not meet revenue expectations.
Tech job moves - Atturra, Boomi, Kacific & Milestone Systems
We round up all job appointments from August 30 - September 9, 2022, in one place to keep you updated with the latest from across the tech industries.
Cyberespionage group Worok targeting companies, governments
ESET researchers have discovered a previously unknown cyberespionage group that targets various high-profile companies and local governments.
IDC research shows rise in big data and analytics adoption
According to IDC, ANZ spending on BDA solutions is expected to grow at 13.3% in the five years between 2021-2026, and hit US$8.9 billion by 2026.
How Infosys Consulting is driving better data-driven solutions for ASEAN
Trends across the market have continued to show that customers are expecting transactional banking activities to be completely effortless.
Four imperatives to achieving successful cloud-based transformation in banking
Despite the transformative benefits banks can reap from moving their services and applications to the cloud, a new study has shown that these very same financial institutions are slow to adopt cloud technology and still far from a full migration.
The future of banking will be open and interconnected
The banking industry as a whole is undergoing a digital transformation, challenging the supremacy of established banks that have, for decades, been at the heart of the global financial system.
The most common types of identity theft and top ten ways to avoid it
Put yourself ahead of today’s identity thieves by learning about five of the most common types of identity theft and how to prevent that from happening to you.