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Vodafone renews partnership with Soprano for enterprise SMS
Since Soprano and Vodafone began working together in 2016, demand for cloud-based mobile messaging services has continued to surge.
Alternative reality growing in popularity with enterprise customers
Alternative reality is set to become more popular with enterprise customers as immersive technologies open up more opportunities for businesses.
Paessler launches enterprise-scale monitoring solution
The PRTG Enterprise Monitor is a subscription-based licensing model tailored to large IT environments.
Soprano Design updates enterprise messaging platform
The updated platform includes rich communication services (RCS) support for businesses and government organisations to build mobile interaction campaigns for key stakeholders.
Google offers Hangouts features for free in midst of COVID-19
As businesses make the move to work entirely remotely as countries go into lockdown during the COVID-19 pandemic, Google is offering free upgrades on their G Suite for business, providing certain enterprise features for free for the next few months.
Verde and Axsys take top honours at MYOB ANZ Enterprise Awards
The annual awards celebrate and recognise excellence amongst MYOB's enterprise partners from across New Zealand and Australia.
Funding worries hold back Singapore SMEs from digitalisation
Many of Singapore’s small and medium enterprises (SMEs) seek government support in order to remove barriers to adopting digital business infrastructure.
Hands-on review: Zebra L10 rugged tablets series adapt to any industrial setting
Happily performing in a warehouse, manufacturing, transportation & logistics or energy & utilities environment, these are industrial models in every sense of the word.
Nintex adds enterprise-grade RPA capabilities
The company’s new RPA Central solution provides end-users with a centralised location to orchestrate, administer and secure RPA bots.
Samsung reveals new rugged smartphone for enterprise
The XCover Pro is IP68 water and dust resistant, capable of withstanding drops of up to 1.5m without a case, and will include Samsung POS software.
VMware: APAC CIOs will become key decision makers by 2025
The role of chief information officers in Asia Pacific and Japan will take a strategic turn by 2025, as they become directly responsible for business outcomes.
'Turn data into doing': Splunk announces updates to Data-to-Everything platform
Over the last two weeks, Splunk has made several announcements around its Data-to-Everything platform including additions to IT security and operations.
Android’s zero-touch enrollment gains new A/NZ partners
New opportunities for resellers as eligible devices need to be purchased directly from an enterprise reseller or Google partner.
Aussie organisations lack understanding of AI, report finds
Although the report exposes the shortcomings of local enterprises, the research revealed there are positive signs ahead.
Samsung NZ appoints new B2B channels head
The announcement comes hand-in-hand with Samsung’s refreshed focus on the enterprise sector.
Research says 2/3 of large companies to invest in UC by 2021
Study shows significant market opportunity for unified communications providers and a need for comprehensive security solutions.
Nutanix launches new APAC flagship office in Singapore
Nutanix has continued its commitment to Asia with the opening of a new regional office in the heart of SIngapore.
NBN releases new offering for enterprise
The new wholesale product aims to deliver symmetrical speeds and enhanced service levels.
Data quality and the democratisation of AI
"Before IT leaders attempt to successfully deploy or conquer an enterprise-wide AI strategy, they must have the capability to bring large datasets together."
How ERP can be used to boost business efficiency
"When an ERP solution runs major functions of a business resilience should be built into the technology."
BlackBerry to roll out EoT platform by end of 2018
BlackBerry has unveiled a new Enterprise of Things (EoT) platform that enables OEMs to produce ‘things’ with high levels of security and safety.
Modica Group snaps up Auckland Airport senior executive to further growth
“It is an exciting company with significant growth opportunities in New Zealand and other markets. The company has exceptional technology capability."
AI for enterprise: Data lakes for decision-making
"Creating and maintaining seamlessness in software solutions is no easy task, but it can be made fundamentally easier with AI."
NVIDIA’s GPU supercomputer for the office
The DGX Station is a quiet, compact GPU-powered deep learning supercomputer that is quiet and small enough to sit next to a desk.