Citrix and Microsoft expand partnership to accelerate "workplace of the future"
The multi-year agreement builds upon and expands one of the industry's longest strategic partnerships.
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Monash University and collaborators bring learning analytics to life
Rackspace and AWS extend relationship to reach more customers
Juniper Networks named Leader in data centre and cloud networking by Gartner
Try 5G software to accelerate 5G device test
Western Digital adds top tech to data centre solutions
Worldwide availability of 16TB and 18TB capacities for Ultrastar HDDs, WD Gold HDDs and Ultrastar storage platforms.
Ricoh claims most nbn channel certifications
As a business nbn accredited adviser, Ricoh can deliver services and support for customers looking to transition to the nbn network.
Employee distraction, remote work & cyber risk - a recipe for disaster?
Moving your workforce out of the corporate office can bring big changes and potential risks in how they save their data. It is important that your IT team plan these changes with your employees.
Security threats endanger tens of millions working from home
There are pressures to stay trading, but it is imperative to ensure that actions taken now don’t encourage security disasters in the future.
Why I&O is moving away from software and hardware in 2020
The role of infrastructure and operations is increasingly focusing on rapid workload deployment, with colocation and cloud ecosystems becoming more crucial.
Backbase expands APAC presence with new Aussie offices
“With accelerating customer adoption of digital and regulated open banking, the future landscape presents significant opportunities for banks with the capabilities to adapt, offering holistic financial solutions and personalising at scale.”
The one thing successful startups have in common? Quality CX
New research from Zendesk has revealed that startups which prioritised CX from their inception consistently outperform their peers.
Dell announces XPS Desktop, S-series monitors
The new desktop offers the XPS design sensibility in a configurable desktop, and new monitors including a curved, 4K 32in UHD.
Micro Focus enhances UFT Family solutions with AI capabilities
The enhancements include intelligent testing capabilities that further enable businesses to reduce overall complexity of automating the functional testing processes.
Why TAPs are the building blocks of visibility
These hardworking devices provide the most effective way to copy actual traffic running across a system, so you can better monitor, secure and analyse your infrastructure.
OpenText expands on integration with Microsoft Teams
OpenText Extended ECM, allows users to surface Teams content in context of relevant business processes across the enterprise, creating links with line-of-business systems and applications such as Salesforce, SAP, or Oracle.
APAC CFOs share their secrets to customer experience success
We've collected the most common FAQs from CFOs in the Australia-Pacific region (along with client examples) to empower you with a return on investment model that will highlight the true impact of experience management.
Orgs to take to the cloud post-pandemic, study shows
87% of enterprises will accelerate their cloud migration in a post-COVID-19 world reveals a study by LogicMonitor.
How not to fall prey to cyber-attackers while remote working
An exclusive monthly webcast series takes IT managers and their teams through cybersecurity best practice during an era of high-risk remote working.
Gartner tracks growth of SD-WAN and NFV for enterprise networks
Enterprises need to rearchitect their network security for cloud, internet and SD-WAN which is creating opportunities for convergence of WAN edge and network security services.
New services from SAS aim to help brands adapt to marketing disruption
The offerings and updates span areas such as digital insights, customer insights, attribution services, and unified marketing intelligence.
The role security culture plays in any successful business
In a recent survey, 74% Asia Pacific IT and business leaders surveyed declare that security culture is essential to a successful business.
OSS Group: The local IT automation architects
OSS Group helps Kiwi businesses uncover the value of IT automation.
Network visibility powers full-throttle operation without risk
It's pedal to the metal without running risks. Not buying it? Ask the Fortune 500.
A/NZ virtual event puts customer experience under the spotlight
Move to the cloud, adopt AI, discover new ways to personalise customer experience… all at Virtual G-Summit A/NZ.
Decrypting cybercriminals' use of TTL/TLS encryption
How many outdated protocols are being used today? The report covers damning statistics about the state of enterprise security.
The make or break moment: How fast can your security team mitigate threats?
For anyone in the race to detect and respond, it isn’t a choice whether to use PCAPs or metadata capture. Here's why.
Video: 10 Minute IT Jams – Meet Aussie Broadband's CTO
In this interview, we speak with Aussie Broadband's chief technology officer John Reisinger about the company's history, technology trends, COVID, and if rats really cause network outages.
Robot-related services powered by cloud computing to soar - research
The journey of the robot industry from one of individual vehicles and units, to fleets and larger systems, is being driven by its wider incorporation into the IoT ecosystem.
Closer to the edge: How hybrid IT is fuelling competitive fires
The distance to critical resources and users is becoming a crucial factor and enterprises can adopt edge computing in ecosystem-dense colocation facilities.
HPE to acquire SD-WAN firm Silver Peak for US$925 million
The deal will enable HPE to couple its Aruba Edge Services platform with Silver Peak’s software-defined wide area networking (SD-WAN) platform.
Rising to the contact centre security challenge in the era of COVID-19
Cloud based contact centres have enabled Australian organisations to keep on working through the coronavirus pandemic but, in a climate of heightened risk, ensuring the security of your solutions and customer data is a critical imperative.
Closing the cloud skills gap: How certification can maximise cloud investments & keep staff happy
You probably wouldn’t buy an expensive computer program if you didn’t know how to use it. Yet so many organisations invest in costly cloud programs, without having the necessary skills and training on board to make the most of the program.
How to validate the financial impact of CX to your C-Suite
These FAQs cover the most common questions, including how to quantify the financial benefits of customer experience.
NFV touted as go-to method of simplifying corporate networks
Enterprises outline their considerations in this study, built on evidence from those directly involved with building a strong networking infrastructure.
Australians struggling with information overload as they move to remote working in wake of COVID-19
One in three Australian office workers do not feel equipped with the digital tools to move to remote working.
Maintaining data backup and DR across evolving remote environments
Data protection and disaster recovery now need to cover remote and satellite locations.
The positively disruptive potential of Open Banking
There are five Open Banking building blocks that can empower your business users with agility and self-service data access. Here's how to use them.
Workforce demographics and culture is changing. Management must too
The way we work is changing, and so is the make-up of the workforce. To get the best results, businesses need to take on dynamic workforce management.
Adobe launches customer journey solution for A/NZ businesses
The standalone journey orchestration engine enables organisations to use insights from the Adobe Experience Platform to create and deliver personalised interactions across any channel in real-time.
Architecting hybrid IT and edge for digital advantage
Enterprises can create a low-latency architecture with private connections that bypass the internet entirely. The end result? Better reliability.
Equinix brings Alibaba Cloud access to the US, APAC and EMEA
"We are glad to deepen our collaboration with Alibaba Cloud in new metros around the world. In today's digital economy, delivering cloud computing has become a top priority for enterprises."
Prevasio unveils threat analysis sandbox for containers
New SaaS solution aims to prevent breaches by automating dynamic threat analysis for docker containers.
A/NZ partners win big at Microsoft Partner of the Year Awards
Microsoft’s annual Partner of the Year Awards have this year recognised several Australia and New Zealand partners for their achievements within the partner ecosystem.
Remote workforces drive new risk management strategies
remote and onsite workers have access to multiple collaboration tools, leading to fresh risk management strategies in the post COVID world.
Avaya brings Device as a Service offering to more businesses around the world
Avaya’s Device as a Service offering complements the Avaya Subscription program, which is designed to equip customers with the devices required to maximise the potential of this software, and enabling customers to purchase them in the same flexible, predictable manner.
Amazon announces $400,000 worth of grant packages for Australian startups and SMBs
Amazon Australia has announced the launch of Amazon Launchpad Innovation Grants, an initiative to recognise innovation by Australian startups, entrepreneurs and SMBs.
Going back to work: Why we need to rethink enterprise ID cards
Australia and New Zealand are opening up again, and office workers are going back to their desks. Meanwhile, many companies still rely on outdated legacy card issuance systems, which offer little functionality or security assurances, and printing processes can be cumbersome.