Survey results stories
UK developers favour Zig & Rust for 2024, survey reveals
Zig and Rust are the top programming languages British developers want to work with in 2024, according to a Stack Overflow survey.
High AI usage at Antipodean workplaces despite lack of official permission
Despite lack of permissions, 63% of Australian and New Zealand workplaces have high artificial intelligence usage, reveals ISACA study.
Developer’s Embrace of Generative AI: A Double-Edged Sword?
Generative AI is set to reshape industries and boost productivity, but concerns over job security and data privacy loom.
IT leaders report surge in external breach Notifications to gov ICO
32% of UK security decision-makers surveyed reported their organization to the ICO for a data breach, according to Apricorn's annual research.
Australian businesses keen on passwordless technology's future
Almost all Australian IT leaders anticipate a shift to passwordless technology, expecting passwords to be limited to under 25% of logins.
Australian businesses grapple with innovation challenges
A new Miro study reveals that Australian businesses are hindered by fear and economic uncertainty, inhibiting innovation.
Integrity360: IT decision-makers concerned by AI advances
Integrity360, the cyber security specialist, has announced findings from independent research into the risks and advantages of AI's impact on cyber security.
UK's top ten highest paid dev roles reveled: Stack Overflow
Stack Overflow survey reveals the top 10 highest paid developer roles in the UK, with a Senior Executive leading.
Vodafone ranked UK's most valuable brand in Kantar survey
Johnnie Walker has entered the top five most valuable UK brands for the first time, rising four places and growing its value to US$10.9 billion.
Digital employee experience key to attract young talent: Riverbed
Riverbed Global Digital Employee Experience Survey 2023 explores expectations of digital natives, hybrid work, and the evolving role of IT.
Trust issues continue to impede the adoption of AI
Workday Global Survey reveals that 98% of CEOs think their organisations would benefit from implementing AI, but trust remains a concern.
Quarter adults wish personal info not available online:Uswitch
Photographs, home addresses, and date of birth were among the personal details available online through search engines.
New survey shows digital transformation main challenge for CIOs
The need to balance the momentum of innovation with risk awareness and resilience is more important than ever for CIOs in organisations.
Delinea research reveals emerging cyber insurance gap
Delinea reveals a significant cyber insurance gap is emerging as providers evolve to reduce their exposure while organisations ignore the fine print.
Dell: Three decades of innovation empowering our customers to thrive
Dell Technologies' Innovation Index reveals a perception gap in Australia and New Zealand, with most business leaders fearing irrelevance.
Confidence in New Zealand’s infrastructure under water
The annual Construction Industry Survey, in partnership with Teletrac Navman and Civil Contractors New Zealand, reveals cracks in New Zealand’s infrastructure.
Survey finds Brits do not trust neighbours with Wi-Fi access
Express VPN's recent survey finds that most Brits are unlikely to share Wi-Fi access with neighbours over a lack of trust and skyrocketing broadband prices.
HubSpot reveals the future of CX is connected experiences
HubSpot has released the findings of a survey conducted by YouGov on Singaporean consumers and business leaders regarding brand expectations and experience.
Women can bridge the tech talent Gap, a survey reveals
The lack of women in the tech sector hinders diversity and contributes to the significant skills gap, according to Computer Weekly's survey of tech workers.
1.1 million SMEs risk collapse in current UK economy: CyberSmart
According to the survey, 15% of senior SME leaders are willing to commit accounting/tax fraud or evasion to ensure survival.
Citizens expect better digital service delivery, Entrust finds
Citizens want convenient and secure digital interactions, finds the survey of more than 3,500 citizens, including 500 in Australia.
AI-first strategy increasingly popular with businesses - Gartner
More than half of organisations with AI deployments always consider AI for new use cases, according to a survey by Gartner.
61% of customers prefer to speak with chatbots - study
New survey from Boost.ai reveals customers' growing acceptance and preference for chatbots and virtual agents.
Already 67% of Australian workers using generative AI weekly
Most companies are at least beginning to explore AI tools, with one-third (35%) investigating how best to deploy it in their organisation.