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Exclusive: How Pioneer Computers lives up to its name in ANZ
Pioneer Computers specialises in the design, development and manufacture of a range of ICT and IoT equipment and devices.
Claroty uncovers vulnerabilities in Akuvox intercom system
Claroty has uncovered 13 vulnerabilities in the Akuvox E11 smart intercom system, making the camera and microphone vulnerable and compromising video and images.
Bluesound announces release of new HUB audio source adapter
The new adapter will allow for networked playback on any Bluesound or Bluesound Professional streamer or speaker. .
ACT Health uses ALE solution to empower a safer workplace
ACT Health required an open standards solution that could easily be integrated and interconnected across locations with the existing infrastructure.
Secure your home with ADT smart wireless doorbell and chime
With features such as advanced motion detection capabilities that trigger live alerts, the new security tools are highly compatible with no reliance on wiring.
Eseye’s new software to cut IoT development time by half
AnyNet SMARTconnect is flexible, on-device connectivity software enabling scalable global connectivity that reduces development time by up to nine months.
Sync, a UK tech company, celebrates £1 billion milestone
Manchester-based IT specialist, Sync, has announced a strong end to 2022 as it reaches £1 billion worth of Apple sales over six years.
Acer expands ChromeOS product line with new Chromeboxes
Acer expands its ChromeOS product line with new Chromeboxes and modular all-in-one solutions for businesses and institutions.
Smart home market struggling - IDC releases quarterly report
Worsening macroeconomic conditions have led to a reduction in the outlook for global smart home device shipments according to IDC.
Poly expands portfolio of Teams and Zoom-certified devices
Poly’s product portfolio is designed for every meeting space and work style, providing more significant meeting equity and collaboration worldwide.
The need for purpose-built mobility in retail today
Retailers urged to invest in rugged, purpose-built devices to avoid lower productivity and higher total cost of ownership.
Bitdefender finds malicious campaign active on Google Play
New research from Bitdefender reveals a Google Play campaign bypassing security checks to deliver potentially malicious content and ads.
Getting your IT fleet devices up to speed with ThingsAt
Tech talent shortage and impending recession increase pressure on businesses. ThingsAt offers device management as a service for cost savings and efficiency.
The forgotten security measures in Australia’s rush to the cloud
Flexible work arrangements are becoming a lasting effect of the pandemic, but it has created security issues for organizations.
Your tools, your choice: why allow employees to choose their own devices?
Skills shortage in Australia prompts businesses to offer attractive incentives, including flexible working and technology choices, to retain top talent.
Hands-on review: GoDice
Particula's GoDice aims to reconnect people through smart devices by transforming them into interactive board games.
Getac adds two new mobile workstations to growing portfolio
Getac expands its portfolio with the launch of two new mobile workstations designed to enhance performance and reliability in the field.
Microsoft launches the Surface Laptop Go 2 with new features
Microsoft has introduced the new Surface Laptop Go 2, adding to the company’s growing portfolio of Surface Laptop devices.
IDC finds 3.9% decline in worldwide tablet shipments
Tablet shipments decline 3.9% in Q1 2022, with growth softening as users continue to use existing devices, according to IDC data.
How to ensure equipment will withstand harsh conditions
Industries need equipment that withstands harsh conditions. Rugged notebooks and tablets are purpose-built for this. Choose wisely.
Lenovo unveils new high-performance AI, edge, and cloud services and hardware at Tech World
Lenovo has unveiled a wave of new enterprise and consumer innovations at its 7th annual global technology event, Tech World.
AWS launches Amazon Location Service
Amazon unveils Amazon Location Service, offering cost-effective location functionality for applications without compromising privacy or data security.
IOTech launches Edge Builder to manage edge systems at scale
Edge software company IOTech has announced the launch of Edge Builder, its end-to-end, open solution for managing edge systems at scale.
Global chip shortage to persist until second quarter of 2022
The global semiconductor shortage is predicted to continue until at least Q2 2022, with device shortages expected until Q4 2022, says Gartner.