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9 Spokes empowers Kiwi SMBs through Microsoft partnership
For many New Zealand SMBs, the reality was that they didn’t have access to the right technologies, and they had fewer business insights than their corporate peers.
The ghost in the machine that maximizes uptime
Intel MFP uses machine learning to improve the performance and reliability of server memory to predict potential failures and prevent downtime.
Case study: Why the Australian Electoral Commission migrated to Microsoft Azure
Cloud services are becoming more and more important to the democratic process.
Gearing schools up to educate the workforce of the future
90% of future jobs will involve digital literacy and 70% of young people are currently learning skills that will be redundant by 2030.
Case study: FlexiGroup shifts the dial with Dynamics 365
The company had attempted to overhaul CRM in the past, with vendors shoehorning systems into the company without properly understanding the processes.
Case study: How Enterprise Ethernet is driving global expansion from rural Tasmania
MyTyreSite creates digital products for the tyre and wheel industry and drives sales through digital expertise.
Case Study: Optimation helps Medical Council unlock the power of low-code
“We have seen a 50% reduction in the time taken to deliver functionality in low-code platforms, as opposed to doing it in a traditional way.”
Case study: Effective chatbot applications in enterprise environments
CIOs cited chatbots as the primary focus of AI investments in their organisations this year.
Sumitomo Chemical chooses Workday to bring HR vision to life
With Workday HCM, Sumitomo Chemical will unify a wide range of the company’s HR functions in one single system.
Western Australia school uses Veeam to guarantee availability and uptime
Downtime in an education provider's systems could cause disruption with significant, far-reaching consequences.
Case study: Kemp load balancers resolve issues for Now IT
Now IT faced a problem when its load balancer was unable to share information with AWS’ relational database, or access Microsoft Exchange.
Cloud-based ID card issuance will reinvent government processes
HID Global meets the most demanding requirements for security, quality, and effective program execution in today’s most complex ID programs.
How digitisation delivers speed to Porsche service documents
With its Service Department drowning in paperwork, Giltrap Porsche looked to Fuji Xerox New Zealand and its DocuShare Flex cloud document management solution for digital answers.
Knightsbridge Pizzeria chooses Epson Mono EcoTank solution
The EcoTank Mono range consists of two models, the ET-M1100 and ET-M1120, both of which come with cost savings.
How technology is changing the fitness industry
Technology is changing the way fitness studios and health clubs offer workout solutions to their customers.
CASE STUDY: How Ricoh avoided disruption by meeting changing business needs
Ricoh Hong Kong is a document management solutions and IT services provider that needed to evolve its product portfolio to be more dynamic and agile.
Corporate data more at risk due to a mobile workforce
As if protecting an enterprise network wasn’t hard enough, now cybersecurity teams have to deal with the increasing necessity for mobility.
Case study: Startup revamps systems with HID mobile access
“We want our clients to have the best experience here. This is the reason why we chose to work with HID Global solutions."
VIDEO: How Equinix optimised Carsales.com applications across regions
As part of its regional expansion, the company faced integration challenges due to the inheritance of disparate technology capabilities.
Stirling University opts with APT for data centre upgrade
After converging the campus' IT infrastructure from three data centres to two, the University of Stirling looked into a power upgrade.
Case study: Interxion reveals the bones of its third Dublin data centre
Interxion reveals the inner workings of its Dublin facility, how it keeps it cool, and its vital partnership with Schneider Electric.
Study finds effective cooling improves data centre energy efficiency by 64%
A study from Schneider Electric gathered data from two data centres in very different climates (Frankfurt & Germany) with some interesting results.
How companies can speed up their prototyping process
Prototype production is often slow and painstaking, however, there could be a way to speed that process up.
CASE STUDY: Major Dutch data centre company upgrades UPS systems
After 18 years TCN Data Hotels decided it was time to replace their UPS system with an intensive vetting process of the major suppliers.