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Large companies are throwing away roughly $400 billion (£258 billion) a year on digital and analytic business transformations that fail to deliver what they promise. According to a study from Genpact, more than two thirds of digital transformation projects entered into fail to meet expectations. Problems aligning communication between IT and business teams is cited… Read more »
Optus, Australia’s second largest telco, is the subject of a class-action lawsuit that has been labelled “an important test of Australia’s privacy laws”. CIE Legal privacy partner Raph Goldenberg outlines the steps businesses can take to protect customer data and avoid an Optus-style class action.
In the first of two updates, Lionel Appelboom looks at what the mandatory Code of Conduct for existing SME tenancies of commercial property (including retail, office and industrial) suffering financial stress or hardship as a result of COVID 19 (Code) is and how it will be implemented.
Legislation to establish the Federal Government’s JobKeeper scheme passed unamended through both houses of Parliament late yesterday (8 April) and is now awaiting Royal Assent. This legislation provides access for up to 6 months for eligible businesses to a fortnightly $1500 (before tax) subsidy per eligible employee from 30 March 2020. Employers will be… Read more »