Our ever-evolving relationship with technology is put under the microscope in WPP AUNZ's latest Secret and Lies report.
Chances are you use Google each day. But did you know it has an advertising platform that’s worth $100 billion each year?
A panel of experts from three major Australian media companies says the art of journalism has likely changed permanently as a result of the coronavirus.
Prime Minister Scott Morrison is right to say that a sophisticated, state-sponsored cyber attack on Australian government agencies and businesses is “not a surprise” and part of “the world that we live in.”
It was the most ambitious of projects: a technology-fuelled design for urban living that would generate tens of billions of dollars and change the way cities were built. So what should we make of Quayside Toronto's failure to get off the ground?
It’s difficult to imagine another event that might present such a challenge for our health and economic systems as COVID-19 has. But there is an opportunity to tell another story - your story.
By choosing the right web conferencing tool for your needs and following some simple security steps, you can unlock a whole new world of face-to-face communications for your employees, clients, customers and other stakeholders.
In the past couple of weeks, an incredible number of Australian businesses have responded to the COVID-19 crisis by enabling employees to work either from home or other remote locations. We’ve implemented this at Cannings Purple and many of our clients and referrers are also now working away from the office. But having a desire to work remotely is one thing and doing it effectively is quite another. There are communications challenges that need to be navigated and cyber security questions that need to be answered. There is also the very important issue of what technology you are going to use and
It's a disconcerting feeling - receiving targeted Facebook advertising that aligns frighteningly closely with a topic you've just been talking about.
The drama-filled launch of Disney + wasn't what the content giant might have hoped for - but it did highlight an important trend in data breaches in Australia and around the world.
If you think about millennials as a generation uninterested in the world around them, it's time you thought again.
Our news and thought leadership hub has been shortlisted for a major global content award.
For centuries, debate has raged about whether machines will take over our jobs. But are our fears legitimate?
Recently I was asked to speak in Sydney at the Corporate Affairs Summit, Australasia’s most senior and significant gathering of corporate affairs and communication executives. These events are always a perilous mix of unusual insight (this year a senior leader from tobacco company Philip Morris was the day one keynote speaker) and potential navel-gazing, as 300-plus communications professionals meet in the same room. But the panel I was on was particularly interesting, even if I do say so myself! I was asked to discuss the importance of authenticity in professional communications, especially with regards to large-scale consumer communications. This is a fascinating topic,