The future of authentication: four trends to watch in 2023
In a year of economic uncertainty and geopolitical tensions, it should be no surprise that the digital landscape is fraught with cyberthreats.
KPMG - Australian enterprises lagging behind with IT budgets
Australian organisations are lagging behind their global peers in IT budgets and also facing significant skills shortages, according to the new KPMG Global Tech Report.
St John of God Health Care transforms HR with Workday
The partnership with Workday and KPMG enables St John of God Health Care to deploy effective recruitment, talent management, and skills development strategies
KPMG report shows cybersecurity and privacy expectations increase
KPMG’s 2022 ‘Cyber Trust Insights’ report has surveyed 1,881 executives to outline five key steps to building trust through cybersecurity
KPMG to acquire Rubicon Red to support mid-market businesses
KPMG Australia has signed an agreement to acquire the business of Rubicon Red to utilise the enterprise software integration and automation specialist's skills.
Show, don't tell: CISOs encouraged to be security 'influencers' rather than 'enforcers'
Show, don’t tell: That’s the approach CISOs need to take if they want to better manage cybersecurity in their organisation, according to a new report from KPMG.
Microsoft partners with KPMG New Zealand - building on global $5 billion alliance
Microsoft New Zealand has announced a local partnership with KPMG New Zealand, boosting innovation and digital transformation.
A third of financial institutions have increased AI and ML in response to money laundering
A third of financial institutions are accelerating their AI and machine learning adoption for anti-money laundering technology in response to COVID-19.
Financial institutions turn to AI and ML to aid anti-money laundering efforts
A third of financial institutions are accelerating their artificial intelligence and machine learning adoption for anti-money laundering technology in response to COVID-19, a new report finds.
rhipe adds Octopus licensing solutions to distie portfolio
The addition of Octopus Cloud provides rhipe partners with licensing solutions and management processes to support cloud transformation initiatives.
Appian’s APAC partner award winners
The accolades were awarded based on success in helping companies execute business strategies through applications built on the Appian Low-code Automation Platform.
COVID-19 creates 'perfect storm' for business fraud in NZ
One fraud worth $45m was only uncovered when the ringleader passed away.
Australian executives shift focus to must-have technologies amid COVID-19
Business survival has emerged as the number one reason to invest in emerging technologies as Australian executives re-evaluate strategic priorities.
ComCom takes responsibility for external provider breach
In 2019, thieves stole computers from a third party supplier. ComCom admits it was also at fault.
KPMG and SAS join forces to enable cloud transformation at speed
"With these centres, KPMG professionals can continue to help SAS clients to derive increased value from successfully moving to the cloud as well as drive improved collaboration that will enhance the current solution portfolio."
KPMG rolls out blockchain-backed track and trace platform
Known as KPMG Origins is designed to support industries including agriculture, resources, manufacturing and financial services and has been developed to enable global trade.
Registration for Sprout Accelerator open; $500,000 up for grabs
Eight New Zealand start-ups will be selected to join the six-month accelerator, which provides business coaching, mentoring, network access and courses.
IT spread in organisations good for business, bad for security
Tech spend outside IT department creates opportunities, but increases security and consumer trust risks, finds world’s largest tech leadership survey.
Machine learning is a tool and the bad guys are using it
KPMG NZ’s CIO and ESET’s CTO spoke at a recent cybersecurity conference about how machine learning and data analytics are not to be feared, but used.
OutSystems three APAC Partners of the Year
Of the seven companies named in the OutSystems recent partner awards, three have a strong APAC presence.
ANU gains Microsoft, KMPG backing for AI institute
The Australian National University’s Autonomy, Agency and Assurance Institute, KPMG Australia, Macquarie Group and Microsoft are at the centre of a partnership that aims to explore new ways of thinking about AI.
'Tech supported by people' paradigm the way forward
University of Auckland Business School Professor Ilan Oshri says that businesses need to shift from a model of ‘people supported by technology’ to one that is ‘technology supported by people’.
Lenovo's DaaS customer portfolio expands in AU
Lenovo DaaS is a fully-managed subscription model combining hardware, services and finance into a single managed services contract.
KPMG and Cylance team up to secure enterprise endpoints
The alliance with Cylance adds AI-enabled endpoint security technology to KPMG’s portfolio of security strategy and roadmap services.