Sara Barker's news stories - Page 2
Webinar: How rhipe simplified its IT workflows & how you can too
What has your IT workload been like this year? If ‘slow’ and ‘complex’ come to mind, you’re not alone.
Opening of new data centre heralds ambitious APAC expansion plans for Keeper Security
In the background of our Zoom call is a poster on the wall of Guccione's office. It reads, "Cybersecurity starts here."
Why a modern app development platform is essential for every enterprise toolkit
App development is becoming less like billions of lines of code parading across monitors. Low-code and no-code are disrupting tradition - here's how to take advantage of them the right way.
It's Fraud Awareness Week: How you can steer clear of scams and fraud
"If you control the amount of information you release, you can reduce the chance of someone stealing your identity.”
Jabra's Evolve2 75 headset is engineered for hybrid workplaces
The Evolve2 75 is the first in the Evolve line of headsets to feature Jabra’s fully adjustable Advanced Active Noise Cancellation (ANC).
The deepfake dilemma: How it affects privacy, security & law in Aotearoa
A video shows Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern as the character of Maleficent. Her husband Clarke Gayford then appears. It almost looks real - but we know it isn't.
Green Light Worldwide welcomes new NZ senior resource manager Regie Saylo
Saylo will manage the company’s local recruitment and retention activities for its WaaS services.
IDC and GBG examine the Australian perspective on digital identity verification
Customer identity is the foundation of customer engagement and trust, particularly during a time when organisations are onboarding more customers than ever before.
Nitro to acquire Belgian eSign company Connective for AU$110m
Nitro will raise AU$140 million to support the purchase, comprising $80 institutional placement and $60 million accelerated non-renounceable entitlement offer.
A day in the life: How Poly technologies support the flexible hybrid workforce
Bondi Beach frames the perfect start to the day - a walk, a coffee, breakfast, and the ability to work from her home office with the technologies she needs.
NZ pours billions into IoT - so what are we doing to secure it?
"Any vulnerable device can potentially become a bot for an attacker, however, IoT devices are especially at risk because New Zealand is at a very early stage in terms of IoT maturity."
Hands-on review: Yubico's YubiKey Bio brings no-nonsense biometrics to 2FA
YubiKey Bio works across platforms including Windows, MacOS, Chrome OS and Linux. We take a look.
How CHG-MERIDIAN will transform asset management in New Zealand
The international firm is an independent provider of technology services to more than 12,000 customers in 28 countries.
Despite rising security budgets, businesses still paying ransom - report
The way cybercriminals use and manipulate ransomware in an effort to extract money from businesses has changed.
Hyland crowned Leader in Gartner Magic Quadrant for Content Services Platforms for 12th consecutive year
"In the world of content services, a true leader has the foresight and innovation to evolve with the needs of its customers," says Hyland executive VP John Phelan.
The LEGO Super Mario universe is getting kinda spooky
From 1 January 2022, Mario lovers will be able to get their hands on three new spooky sets.
Interview: SolarWinds explores databases & DataOps in the cloud-first era
Thomas LaRock talks us through DBA, DataOps, and how SolarWinds is helping organisations navigate challenges and opportunities in their journeys.
You're invited for breakfast bites: Who's winning the direct-to-consumer battle in eCommerce
Many brands are seeing the appeal of selling direct to consumer (DTC), particularly during the massive shifts in buying behaviour during the course of the pandemic.
Q&A: Green Light Worldwide's Vinny Narain chats about the company's plans for NZ
Their partner-only model sets them apart from anyone else in the local market. Being part of the team
McAfee Enterprise & FireEye predict the cyber threats you can expect to see in 2022
As the calendar year starts to wind up, businesses must start preparing for the new year ahead.
Interview: Advantage MD Brad Pearpoint talks managed security in NZ
What’s the secret to building a homegrown IT company that lasts the tests of time? Well, a good starting point is to ask the team at Advantage, a company that has been going strong for more than 37 years.
Hands-on review: The Google Nest Cam (2nd gen) and Nest Doorbell
Since 2014, Google has been churning out Nest products left, right and centre. We take a look at the Nest Doorbell and the 2nd generation indoor wired Nest Cam.
The power of AI: An interview with Infosys Head of AI & Automation, Balakrishna DR
Infosys' Bali (Balakrishna) D. chats about AI evolution, and how the company uses AI within to serve its customers.
It's time for Kiwis to define the meaning of digital identity in Aotearoa
In late September the Government introduced a new bill to parliament that would fundamentally pave the way for digital Identity for citizens in Aotearoa, New Zealand.