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Lexmark launches cloud service for channel partners
Lexmark A/NZ regional director says the aim is to help channel partners spend less time on on-site IT and maintenance.
Hard lessons learned: Why some struggled and some succeeded in the move to mass WFH
“There are a lot of companies right now that are completely blind and in the dark about how they are doing business."
Dynamo6 marks IT milestone with new location & new faces
“Our growth is underpinned by our focus on connecting people and helping organisations to get to a better place, through technology,” says founder Igor Matich.
Analysts note SolarWinds’ share of IT ops management market
Ranked 1st by IDC for network management software market share – 2nd, 3rd and 4th by Gartner across ITOM performance analysis categories by revenue.
Video: 10 Minute IT Jams – Who is blueAPACHE?
blueAPACHE is an IT service provider with a global reach. We speak to managing director Chris Marshall.
Video: 10 Minute IT Jams – Who is ManageEngine?
From security and service desk software to network and remote work management, ManageEngine has a wide range of expertise and solutions.
Video: 10 Minute IT Jams – Who is ExtraHop?
In this interview, we speak with ExtraHop's A/NZ regional sales manager, Glen Maloney.
How to make going ‘back to the office’ safe again
It may be 2020 but many organisations still rely on a manual call tree to disseminate accurate information to ensure staff safety.
Circular IT management could save the industry - and the planet
Circular IT management is possible, and it could save hundreds of millions of old IT products from ending up in landfills and polluting the earth.
Fujitsu enhances RunMyProcess business process automation
Major features in new ProcessModeler include design automation and simplification as well as more structured and more intuitive settings controls.
A definitive guide to cloud access security brokers
CASBs offer IT administrators granular access control and deep visibility over corporate data – critical functionality for organisations moving from internal, premises-based apps to the cloud.
UiPath extends hyperautomation capabilities
The platform includes employee crowdsourcing tools that can help businesses figure out what to automate.
Education provider calls on OSS Group to modernise server fleet
OSS Group immediately identified the key problems and formulated a solution – server management and patching processes needed to come together under one centralised system.
How Australian IT management can use external data to power internal AI tools
Seeking innovative ways to enjoy the powerful advantages finely honed AI tools can offer should be an incentive for providers that hope to survive and thrive in the 2020s and beyond.
Five questions organisations should ask when evaluating an asset management solution
Asset management solutions are imperative for business security, and choosing the right solution that is tailored to business requirements, will determine its success.
New portals at ACT Revenue Office cut refund processing time by 90%
The ACT Revenue Office equates to more than $2 billion a year in taxation revenue.
ManageEngine launches holistic take on privileged access security
PAM360 provides governance over privileged access entitlements, correlation of privileged access data with other IT management platforms.
You're invited: VeeamON Virtual brings the conference to you
VeeamON Virtual will look like a physical event, but it all takes place online.
The key performance metrics to monitor for perfect server visibility
Organisations need to have server monitoring tools that cover the right performance indicators that fit the applications they have running on their servers.
Soft skills increasingly important for IT career growth – SolarWinds survey
SolarWinds conducted a survey and had responses from 177 technology professionals from across the globe, including those from public and private sectors.
Cricket Australia forges new bonds through Microsoft Teams
It started with a rollout in Cricket Australia’s national technology team, leading to the establishment of 40 Teams across the technology group.
IT leaders require UCC tools that adapt to changing workforce
Globally, 93% of respondents agreed that digital natives have different needs and expectations in the workplace, and over half of CIOs (56%) are looking to grow their collaborative software offering to meet that demand.
iland enhances partner programmes and cloud computing tools
The new channel programme includes a partner portal for training, certification and sales management, and a complementary cloud assessment tool.
People just can't let go of old Windows operating systems
Consumers and businesses worldwide are hanging on to older operating systems like Windows XP and Windows 7, despite the fact that many of those operating systems are no longer supported.