Qantas–Japan Airlines Collaboration Denied by industry regulator

Collaboration breakdowns hurt transformation

A joint approach also helps accelerate transformation projects

Digitally transforming a business requires collaboration — not just the type of software tool, but the business practice as well.

The need to secure the organization while operating remotely heightened differences between the network and security camps, said Mike Anderson, chief digital and information officer at Netskope. But a disconnect was brewing prior to the pandemic.

“The networking team feels like they’re the boots on the ground doing a lot of the heavy lifting when it comes to a lot of the security stack,” said Anderson. When CISOs report outside of the CIO, that can lead to further estrangement if “completely different sets of priorities” are set at the higher level….READ ON

Accc Plans To Stop Qantas–Japan Airlines Collaboration

The ACCC has revealed it’s proposing to deny authorization for Qantas and Japan Airlines to coordinate flights and pricing when international travel resumes.

Commission chair Rod Sims said the deal would “undermine competition significantly” because it would make it too difficult for another airline to challenge on routes where the pair currently have few rivals.

Australian Aviation reported in December how the two airlines wanted to launch a new business in July that would include an expanded codeshare relationship, additional flights, new routes and collaboration on pricing.

In a statement on Thursday, Sims said he was proposing to deny authorization and appealed for submission from interested responses by the end of the month before a final decision is made…READ ON

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