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IPSec launches LogRhythm-powered SOC for Aussie businesses
The 24/7 security operations centre (SOC) brings together IPSec’s managed services capabilities and LogRhythm’s security intelligence and analytics.
MIP Australia named Tableau ANZ reseller of the year
“As enterprises and government agencies in Australia step up investments in technology, partners will be even more instrumental to Tableau's mission."
Techday's Aussie milestones: Making waves across the ditch
It has been a year since Techday first ventured out into Australia - there have been many successful milestones since.
New Zealand job market bolstered by booming tech industry
Employers in the IT industry dominate the latest figures, with a net 40.7% looking to increase or maintain permanent headcount across main cities.
Techday: A dramatically different beast from just a year ago
2015 was the year that Techday shunned the printers and became an entirely digital publisher - with excellent results.
Queensland property market finally welcomes the digital age
“The $6 trillion residential property market is too important to be held back from going digital."
Australian Electorial Commission makes the move to the cloud
The AEC has chosen SMS Management and Technology and Amazon Web Services to host its online digital services across all public facing websites.
Dimension Data to provide network infrastructure for $550m Aussie port
“VICT is a perfect example of how technology is completely redefining the way we look at business," says Rodd Cunico, Dimension Data Australia CEO.
Acquisitions a key strategic move for Aussie companies
In Australia, more companies are looking to strengthen their market position through mergers and acquisitions, according to UXC Eclipse.
Zendesk invests in Melbourne as tech hub
Zendesk has entered into a partnership with the Victoria Government in Australia in a bid to encourage the region’s burgeoning technology industry.
Looking to expand overseas? Here are some key things to consider
Expanding overseas can be an effective way of broadening your potential customer base and increasing profits. However, it pays to get strategic advice
ecash and TNS bring purpose-built ATM solution to Australia
Joining forces with Transaction Network Services (TNS), ecash is moving into the Australian ATM market.
Intralinks and HP bring new data centre to Australian customers
Intralinks has teamed up with HP to offer its solutions at a new data centre in Australia, with the hopes of addressing data sovereignty concerns.
Deloitte study reveals the ICT job crisis in Australia
In Australia there is a decreasing amount of skilled ICT professionals entering the workforce, just when demand is through the roof.
Automating expense management brings benefits
Australian businesses aren’t managing their expenses effectively, using outdated manual systems and missing out on opportunities.
Huawei targets Australian ICT education space
"Information technology is transforming the way we teach, learn and administer in the education world,” says Dong Wu from Huawei.
Vendor responds to Govt demand for cyber security
BAE Systems Applied Intelligence is officially bringing its cloud-based cyber security solutions to organisations in Australia for the first time.
Aussie-founded StratoKey eyes up US market
StratoKey, founded in Australia in 2012, is expanding operations of its intelligent cloud data protection solution into the United States.
Sydney-based fintech hub opens its doors
“We have been inspired by the startups who have applied, and the potential they have to transform Australia’s multi-billion financial services sector.
NetComm wins big at Australian Business Awards 2015
"The ABA100 Winners have demonstrated innovative, enterprising and technologically advanced business initiatives and products."
Cisco looks to make South East Queensland first smart region
“Cisco recognises this as a unique opportunity for Queensland to harness digital technology to accelerate outcomes and attract global attention."
Brisbane healthcare provider goes with Nutanix
Procured through IT solutions provider, BES Information Technology Systems, the Nutanix platform allows Mater to expand its virtual desktop platform.
BI software vendor goes down under with latest acquisition
Jedox, a Business Intelligence and Corporate Performance Management software vendor, has acquired Naked Data, a key Jedox distributor in Australia.
Aussie IT departments unprepared for rise of IoT
"While there is widespread consensus about the transformative potential of the IoT, most organisations are not doing enough to prepare."