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Ingram Micro Australia adds Sophos cybersecurity solutions to portfolio
"The combination of Sophos’ solutions and our aggregated security services and solutions – spanning consulting to delivery – will meet the needs and opportunities in the market.”
Security professionals cautiously optimistic about automation benefits
Despite high levels of automation within cybersecurity across a range of different verticals, almost half lack trust in the outcomes that automation can provide.
Mergers and Acquisitions
CT4 snaps up Queensland-based NewBase Computer Services
“We are thrilled to be joining forces with CT4 with its extensive global reach, clear growth strategy and deep commitment," says NewBase CEO.
The four technologies that will transform the e-commerce landscape
Four particular technologies will have a ‘high impact’ on e-commerce in the next two years, according to new research from Gartner.
Startup's AR packaging 'wows' pharmaceuticals giant Bayer
An Australian startup has created ‘holographic’ packaging that uses augmented reality (AR) to display an interactive virtual display and a holographic person.
Vodafone's copper landline network to be axed next year
10,000 customers are still using its copper phone network, but they will need to move to voice over fibre, wireless, UltraFast HFC, or copper broadband (VoIP).
Ubisoft's i3D.net moves infrastructure to Equinix for faster online gaming experience
“With online gaming undergoing an unprecedented surge in popularity, Equinix can strategically support i3D.net in delivering the best possible user experience to gamers around the world.”
Technology underpins public safety in post-pandemic world - Motorola report
According to the study, 88% of people want to see public safety transformed through advanced technologies.
Auckland-based email signature firm Crossware sold to European CX firm eKomi
“The software from Crossware is used by millions of users worldwide, providing our group of companies with immediate growth and improve the customer experience for our customers.”
Uptick in privacy-driven spending reflects growing importance of data protection worldwide
Customer demand is driving a mandate for digital ethics in businesses, resulting in more legislation to protect data privacy and data security.
OT vulnerabilities grew significantly in 2021 — report
The spike in new threats is putting vital critical infrastructure at risk, according to Skybox Security.
Privileged Access Management / PAM
ThycoticCentrify adds features to PAM solution
ThycoticCentrify has announced new features for its privileged access management solution, Thycotic Secret Server.
Business management platform
Xero plagued by systems issues at worst possible time of month for customers
Xero is experiencing major systems issues coinciding with end of month invoicing, creating disruption for customers worldwide.
Reserve Bank welcomes submissions on future of New Zealand's money
“We’re seeking public input on how we should perform our role as steward of money and cash, and how we should assess the case for central bank money in a digital form alongside cash."
Quiz reveals awareness of the growing e-waste problem worldwide
“With International E-Waste Day we hope that more people will understand that it is important to reuse, repair, resell, or dispose of their used products responsibly.”
Sektor signs on as A/NZ distributor for US IoT security firm Armis
According to Sektor Australia’s general manager Cameron Arnold, Armis is a strong addition to the company’s portfolio.
Study finds employees would take a paycut if they got to choose their own work devices
Organisations that provide flexibility in the types of devices employees use could well be making a difference in their employees’ job satisfaction.
Data center campus
Digital Realty and Brookfield Infrastructure confirm data center joint venture in India
The venture, named BAM Digital Realty, will facilitate the expansion of Digital Realty’s global data center platform, PlatformDIGITAL.
FedEx Express forms new integrations with e-commerce platforms in APAC
“The e-commerce sector has only gotten stronger as a result of the pandemic, leapfrogging traditional commerce by as much as five times."
Jamf offers same-day support for Apple's latest OS updates
“These new features will help organisations empower their staff with the devices they want and keep their workers secure, while protecting their personal privacy.”
Secureworks appoints Wendy Thomas as president and CEO
Thomas moves into the CEO role after serving as president of customer success. She has also held roles in finance, strategy, and product at the company.
Spark partners with Nokia to accelerate 5G rollout
The deal will see Spark deploy Nokia’s latest 5G RAN technology across part of the rollout while upgrading 4G at these sites using Nokia products.
Digitally-enabled factory development saves China steel & iron firm US$6 million
Bentley Systems’ technologies helped MCC to create a digital twin and design, construct, and combine operational information.
Salesforce announces its operations are powered entirely by renewable energy
The company also announced it has expanded its net zero approach to its entire value chain — focusing on six sustainability priorities.