Security breaches are happening at an increasing rate around the globe, some affecting billions of people, but the recent PageUp hack is a lot closer to Aussies, because many major Australian organisations use it as their HR platform.
With growing numbers of organisations embracing digital transformation as a means of boosting efficiency and productivity, the role IT security plays is becoming more important, writes Content Security’s Ken Pang.
An adviser’s success can hinge on the technology they use to support themselves and their team, but with the technology sector’s breackneck pace of evolution, keeping track of the strengths and weaknesses of available offerings can be difficult, writes Netwealth’s Matt Heine.
Advisers need to think about fintech services as more than just potential competitors for their market and start thinking about how to capitalise on the sectors’ strengths, writes Sharesight’s Douglas Morris.
A key challenge facing modern advisers is that clients with different needs all expect a similar level of service, but digital advice offerings present a possible solution to this hurdle, writes Ignition Wealth’s Richard Liverpool.
What do you advise your clients regarding their assets? Understand them? Safeguard them? Grow them? Do you consider clients to be your practice’s most important and valuable asset? If yes, then perhaps you should follow your own advice.