Enhanced planning in finance and HR sectors with Workday's new advanced AI
Workday is introducing advanced AI features in its Adaptive Planning tool, aiming to refine decision-making in HR and finance
Marketing leaders struggle to allocate budgets amidst AI boom
"There’s a clear tension between investing more in the current tech stack to drive utilisation, or reallocating their finite resources towards generative AI applications."
Forrester releases 2024 Planning Guide to aid budgeting decisions
"Looking ahead to 2024, while the macroeconomic conditions look more promising than the year before, budgets are likely to remain tight."
Software spend set to grow 13.5% in 2023 - Gartner report
“Rather than cutting IT budgets, organisations are spending more on the types of technologies that generate significantly higher business outcomes."
UK CIOs maintain positive outlook as they drive global growth - study
UK CIOs of large global enterprises are increasing investment in technology to drive growth through global expansion in the next 12 months, according to Expereo.
Lack of skills and tight budgets weigh heavily on cybersecurity leaders
Panaseer, a specialist in security posture management powered by CCM, has launched its report on Cybersecurity Optimisation for 2023.
CCgroup shares top factors influencing cybersecurity buying landscape
CCgroup has launched new research revealing the impact of the current economic climate on the cybersecurity buying landscape, and what now influences vendor selection.
Agritech receives $29.9m injection in recent budget
The recent Government Wellbeing Budget provides much needed support that will drive higher paying jobs and new export revenues in the horticulture sector.
Fintech not been forgotten, massive missed opportunity on AI
"This is a missed opportunity from the Government to surge ahead in what is fast becoming the race to not only pioneer but leverage new AI technologies."
Aussie tech sector responds to govt's budget announcements
"As our economy increasingly goes digital, transformation success has a direct impact on budget spending and community expectations."
Internal mobility and tech budgets on the up as layoffs gather pace
A third of employers will increase technology budgets as candidate shortages persist, while and over half will place a greater emphasis on internal mobility.
Integrity360 finds cybersecurity budgets are failing to meet expectations
The poll found that more than 30% of businesses believe that 30% of their budget is being allocated to tools and solutions that are not being used to their full potential.
CIOs under pressure to make budgets stretch in 2023
"Businesses are dealing with an uncertain economic environment, which makes planning big IT transformations a challenge."
The CISO’s guide to cybersecurity investment in 2023
In a challenging economic climate, there are no guarantees when it comes to cybersecurity budgets, and CISOs must prepare to adjust investments accordingly.
How companies can save money on cloud usage
Companies are finding that their bills are rising as they harness the cloud to use new technologies and explore new opportunities.
Budget 2021: Govt backs digital skills training for small & medium businesses
“Greater adoption of digital skills and processes will help businesses and their staff to keep working safely through potential future disruptions or civil defence emergencies.”
Treasury “deliberately and systematically” hacked
This follows the opposition party’s unexpected release of details of the Government’s Budget, which were due to be made public on Thursday.
Cheese rolls & eye-rolls: Twitter reacts to #NZBudget2018
Yesterday was Budget Day, and since our Labour-led government released its first budget, Twitter has been afire with responses.
eInvoicing, unemployment, foreign trade – Xero comments on Budget 2018
It’s safe to say that in yesterday’s Budget there were very few surprises.
Budget 2018: NZ's cyber threat response gets $3.9m boost
The Government’s Budget 2018 will inject an extra $3.9 million for New Zealand’s Computer Emergency Response Team (CERT) over the next four years.
R&D businesses big winners from Budget 2018 – MYOB
Businesses spending more than $100,000 on R&D will be able to claim 12.5 cents back for every dollar they spend on it.
NZ businesses pessimistic about Budget 2018
Accounting and business advisory firm Staples Rodway has released its inaugural Business Confidence Survey of almost 500 business leaders.
Budget 2018: Govt. to invest $42 billion in capital spending
“We have to build the strong foundations that give every New Zealander the chance to succeed."
Budget 2017 supports more te reo digital resources
"This funding will accelerate the design and delivery of localised curriculum resources to support te reo Māori for Ākonga, kaiako and Kāhui Ako."