New director of security solutions for Fortinet Australia
“Mare's experience in cloud security, data and emerging technologies plays well into our future plans as a business."
Looking to land your dream job? Build your soft skills, says Hays
Using UEBA to fight user-based threats internally
Druva acquires hybrid cloud data protection firm
How to collect, filter, and normalise logs in complex environments
Case study: How Central Innovation prototyped the Nura headphones with SOLIDWORKS
Why holding back from cloud adoption is holding your business up
Whitepaper: Making system logging work the way it’s supposed to
Log messages will be critical to detecting security incidents, operational problems, policy violations, and are useful in auditing and forensics situations.
Micro Focus launches new robotic process automation product
Designed for the enterprise, the scalable and resilient solution is first to deliver UI and API-based RPA.
Data, data everywhere - how to use the most valuable bits
Ideally, all data and its value should be driving all product creation and business opportunities. But that requires quality data and the means to monetise it, as well as the data strategy to execute it.
IT & OT convergence brings new cyber risks to industrial sector
IT and operational technology (OT) are on a journey to convergence, but that convergence must be managed with caution in order to manage cybersecurity risks that go with it.
Queensland taps iseek for DCaaS on ICT panel
iseek’s growing number of Australia-based data centres has won it an appointment to the Queensland Government’s ICT supplier panel.
The small business cybersecurity survival guide
ESET understands the cyber threats your small business will face - get tips and tricks from those on the cybersecurity frontline.
TIBCO secures top spot in Gartner Magic Quadrant
Master data management is not just an organisation's second thought - it's now indispensable.
Federal Government inks cloud deal with Microsoft
The deal accelerates transformation opportunity, invests in public sector skills, drives inclusion and leverages local investment.
Tesla's suit against ex-employee a strong case for IP security
“There was no need for this employee to be using their own iCloud for data storage even if the original intent was non-malicious."
You’re invited: The Digital Workplace Conference, Sydney
This is the definitive Australian Digital Workplace Conference of the year. 30 speakers. 40 sessions. 400 attendees. 15 exhibitors. Save the dates: August 6-7, at the Sofitel Sydney Wentworth Hotel. Don’t miss out! Tickets on sale now.
RPA services market to balloon up 47% by 2024, says Zinnov
The outsourced RPA services market for FY19 is estimated to be at US$570M - $600M.
Microsoft empowers Melbourne Business School to 'move and improve'
Melbourne Business School is harnessing the power of Microsoft’s three clouds to transform its business into a cloud first enterprise.
Mistrust amongst organisations when it comes to data, survey finds
"The different levels of confidence displayed by people at a management level and operational data workers are not surprising, but it is definitely worrying."
Zebra wins fifth consecutive Red Dot design award
The ZC100/300 series card printer has been recognised for its user-centred design approach in the Product Design category.
Report: Why vulnerability assessment is the first step in security strategy
Tenable’s latest research examines real-world vulnerability assessment practices at 2,100 organisations to see how they’re approaching cyber hygiene.
Supermicro launch solutions for security and AI at the edge
New edge servers bring up to 37 LAN port software-defined networking solutions and AI inferencing to the network edge.
Insider threats & breach reports: Why security needs more investment
Insider threats (those that come from within your organisation) are a serious concern - here's why.
WA’s John XXIII College chooses Veeam for backup and DR
On top of learning tools, administrative support, payroll, finance and alumni services are some of the services that also must be constant and stable.
AI projects set to double, with CX the key driver behind growth
“The rising number of AI projects means that organisations may need to reorganise internally to make sure that AI projects are properly staffed and funded."
Check Point releases report on public cloud security challenges
Unauthorised access, insecure interfaces, misconfigurations and account hijacking named as the biggest vulnerabilities in the public cloud.
SAP Concur: Manual expense management holding back SMBs
“Fundamentally, automated expense management systems help SMBs target areas they’re likely to lose money on."
Retailers struggling to maximise benefits of AI
"AI and guided selling tech are very much the future as far as revolutionising the customer experience is concerned, but if a retailer’s foundations are built on a bedrock of flimsy, unreliable and unstructured data, AI won’t be able to flourish in the way it’s supposed to.”
Huawei: Aus should follow UK’s “more intelligent” approach to 5G tech
Huawei Australia has released a statement pointing out a UK cross-party committee’s findings that there is no need to ban Huawei’s 5G technologies.
Whitepaper: Fighting advanced persistent threats in a new security paradigm
There is no doubt that a move to hybrid cloud is a massive mission but one that - if successful - promises a better world.
Valuing your shift into Agile – Certus3
As Agile has taken on a more organisation-wide focus, it has also become more closely aligned with the overall objectives of the organisation.