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Top tech trends in 2018: Why diversity needs to be a part of your planning in 2018

In 2017, diversity was a massive issue both in Australia and worldwide. In the United States, tech companies began facing up to the fact that openly supporting tolerance and diversity simply wasn’t enough. These companies began practicing what they preached- finding ways to treat diversity the same way they’ve historically treated

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Top tech trends in 2018: 3 reasons why sustainability should be a key part of your 2018 strategic plan

In June 2017, the United States announced that it would be withdrawing from the Paris agreement on climate change. At the same time, almost every tech company (and a huge portion of U.S businesses) announced their continued support for the agreement. In December, many of these companies joined President Macron in

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Top tech trends in 2018: The big changes in privacy and surveillance to watch out for in 2018

People are now creating more data than at any other time in history. More than 15.2 million texts are sent, 46,740 Instagram photos are posted, and 3.6 million Google searches are completed every minute. However, the idea that this data will be kept private is sadly a myth. Data privacy and surveillance was

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Top tech trends in 2018: Will technology open-up rural markets this year?

Most countries have a well-documented “digital divide” between urban and rural areas. The United States is a perfect example, with technology flourishing in the cities but leaving 23.4 million Americans lacking broadband access. Australia is also still experiencing this digital division. According to the Australian Bureau of Statistics, just 67% of households in

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Top Tech Trends in 2018: Is Your Business Going Global in 2018?

The IT sector has become increasingly global. Unlike in the past, the biggest IT leaders in the world are no longer based only in the US. Customers around the world demand security, reliability, and speed, along with the local storage of their data. Since the widespread adoption of internet access, data has been

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