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Secure hardware market hard hit by COVID-19
ABI Research finds that two areas in particular, Trusted Platform Modules (TPM) and Trusted Execution Environments (TEE) will be hard hit.
Gaming industry thriving during COVID-19 lockdowns
2019 was a record-breaking year for the industry, with gaming software generating $143 billion in consumer spend, and this trend is set to continue into 2020.
IDC: Growing trend of A/NZ businesses outsourcing security
As organisations look to unify their security posture they are moving towards outsourced security models from more in-house or hybrid security approaches.
AR and VR shipments slow due to COVID-19 pandemic
Key findings are that it will cause manufacturing delays, reduce the overall demand and at the same time increase enterprise and consumer demand while more businesses and individuals look to invest in telepresence and content.
Gartner's top picks for wireless tech trends in 2019 and beyond
“Many areas of wireless innovation will involve immature technologies, such as 5G and millimetre wave, and may require skills that organisations currently don’t possess."
How enterprise tech will evolve in 2019
"2019 will see many mainstream businesses leapfrogging the initial disruptors."
Silver lining to declining personal computing market
IDC has provided a rather gloomy forecast but there are opportunities to be exploited on the horizon.
EkkoSense: 5 steps to maximising data centre performance
The company has shared what it believes are the five data centre optimisation trends that will maximise data centre performance in 2019.
New Zealand outpacing global smart TV adoption
"Hardware vendors can get ahead by articulating the value of connectivity between their televisions and other smart devices to their potential customers."
Gartner Hype Cycle: Five technology trends critical to business longevity
These technologies promise to deliver a competitive advantage over the next 10 years.
CompTIA identifies 12 industry trends to watch in 2018
CompTIA’s “IT Industry Outlook 2018” projects growth of 5% across the global tech sector this year.
Infosys co-founder stresses the need for change in IT companies
The challenge, Gopalakrishnan says, is the fear of the unknown that accompanies change and that companies are currently experiencing today.
Icelandic language at risk due to voice command tech
Fewer than 400,000 people speak Icelandic, and linguists are hypothesising that this is how the language dies.
Augment your world: Virtual reality summit comes to NZ
"In the past year, a groundswell of incredible technology has built up and is about to break."
Technology trends to cause seismic upheaval across sectors throughout A/NZ
We anticipate seismic upheaval across some industries, of which the financial services industry is no exception.
Tech-hungry businesses need to find their inner child
is enough innovation coming out of our big companies? The world loves emerging technologies, but have businesses lost their sense of play?
Students concerned that the tertiary sector isn't tackling tech trends
Victoria University of Wellington Students' Association (VUWSA) has called for more focus on providing service quality and innovation.
Study finds DevOps now established & highly successful field
DevOps is now an established, complex & dynamic team effort, with its own practices and cultural patterns, according to more than 4600 professionals.
The six biggest ICT trends at COMPUTEX 2016
COMPUTEX trade show showcased 6 big trends: Industry 4.0, market expansion to Asia, startup innovation, Internet of Things, virtual reality & gaming.
Surfing the Crest: Top Technology Trends in 2016
The technology industry moves at a relentless pace, making it both exhilarating and unforgiving. Here are six predictions for 2016.