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Escaping gravity: Practical ways to support career growth paths for women in IT
It is a truth, universally acknowledged, that any report on gender diversity will contain the phrase: “there is still work to be done.”
Unisys launches partner programme for security solutions
Brings three-tiered programme to partners who resell its range of security solutions, including the Stealth range.
Unisys clinches multiple government contracts from across the world
Unisys also released a report indicating a 7% growth in the company's revenue in the public sector.
Want $10,000? Unisys tempts hackers at San Francisco event
Participants will try to compromise a target system protected by Stealth, Unisys’ encrypted, identity-based microsegmentation solution.
Unisys launches latest version of its Stealth security software
The updated software provides protection for data in container and Kubernetes environments, with the aim of improving data centre security, Unisys says.
Unisys’ global security channel partner program goes live
Unisys has officially launched a global security channel partner program with a focus on resellers of Unisys Stealth as well as other Unisys security products and services.
Cloud failing to deliver on promises
A Unisys report states that a third of Australian businesses are failing to see benefits from moving into the cloud.
Unisys delivers new cloud security features on AWS
These automated capabilities of CloudForte help clients enhance security and optimise operations for workloads delivered on AWS as well as in hybrid- and multi-cloud environments.
Unisys launches CloudForte for ServiceNow
The solution aims to accelerate the deployment and implementation of cloud-based digital transformation services.
Cloud not living up to expectations in New Zealand
“New Zealand organisations recorded the second-lowest level of success for cloud implementations meeting expectations.
Unisys named as leader in cloud and data center services
Information Services Group (ISG) has named Unisys as one of the global leaders in cloud and data center services.
Unisys: Staying cyber safe during Rugby World Cup
“New Zealanders have registered their concerns about both their physical and cyber safety at large-scale events loudly and clearly, to the point of rethinking their plans to attend."
Concerns around smart device privacy continues to grow
According to the research, Australian consumers have concerns specifically around smart devices listening in on their conversations and organisations extracting personal information from their digital footprints.
Are they listening? Kiwis wary of smart devices
While talking aloud, a voice-activated, home-based smart speaker asked for more info - even though it was not turned it on.
Unisys integrates PayCargo payment processing into software
PayCargo payment processing services can be integrated into the Unisys operating modules of Digistics to offer clients real-time payment processing.
App chat – it’s time to talk to employees about workplace tools and apps
One minute the workforce has a structured list of approved business applications and then the next minute, there are 30 different unknown products and tools being used.
Unisys: Users looking for data security when choosing banks
The report studied attitudes of banking customers in Hong Kong, Australia, New Zealand, the Philippines and Taiwan.
Unisys named leader in digital workplace services by NelsonHall
NelsonHall cited security as a strength, including the integration of Unisys Stealth into the company’s Unified Endpoint Management offering.
Unisys brings managed services to hybrid cloud
Extends CloudForte managed-service solution to Hybrid IT environments to speed organisations' digital transformation
Unisys integrates security into Dell EMC Cyber Recovery
Stealth 4.0 gives clients the ability to take immediate action to respond to security incidents, stopping attacks in progress.
Unisys encourages financial institutions to adopt open banking
“It establishes the bank as an integral part of the customers’ life – a ‘one-stop-shop’ where they can get personalised products and services they want, when they want them.”
Why Kiwi consumers are concerned about their bank’s security
New Zealanders are increasingly frustrated by inefficient bank interactions and not being able to fully complete transactions online.
Why Aussie banks should prioritise data security
New research reveals that Australian bank customers rank data security as the issue that matters to them most.
Security top priority for Filipinos when choosing a bank - Unisys
Filipinos have greatest appetite in Asia Pacific to use biometrics to access banking services