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Cybersecurity
3 signs your company could do more to promote women in cybersecurity
The business case for diversity is stronger than ever: companies that are more diverse outperform their less diverse peers financially.
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Workday
Financial transformations accelerate Workday growth
Workday has announced continued momentum for its office of finance solutions which help drive digital finance transformation strategies. 
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Blockchain
Is DeFi signalling the great financial evolution?
De-centralised Finance (DeFi) has become a hotbed of new investor activity. Let’s take a look at what DeFi is and its implications within the wider global banking and finance ecosystem.
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Open source
Why your business should adopt open source
Enterprises face an overwhelming degree of technological complexity due to code, application and cloud and network sprawl, making it more difficult to know what’s happening in the tech stack and how to fix problems as they arise.
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Mobile Commerce
Mobile eCommerce: In-app shopping set to reach an all-time high
In-app shopping has seen significant growth over the past year, and a new study by Adjust and Sensor Tower has predicted that based on 2020 trends, ​​this year's shopping season is set to reach an all-time high. 
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Update
Starburst updates enterprise offering, extends support for data mesh architecture
Starburst has launched the latest version of Starburst Enterprise, providing customers with net new capabilities alongside more advanced connectivity, improved performance, and more security features.
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Cybersecurity
Kaspersky unveils two major update to its Transparency Initiative
The company has announced the opening of a new Transparency Center, as well as the ompletion of a widespread transferal of data storage and processing activities to Switzerland.
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Government
Trade Me releases 7th annual Transparency Report, data requests down 24%
“Transparency reporting is about being open and honest about the requests we receive for our customers data. We hope that publishing this report gives New Zealanders insight into how we work with these agencies to keep Trade Me trusted and safe.”
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Cybersecurity
Kaspersky opens first Transparency Center in APAC
The company’s third code review facility will be located in Malaysia’s Cyberjaya, alongside key cyber-related government agencies and companies in the country.
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Inland Revenue
New Zealand rated 'compliant' in OECD tax transparency review
The OECD’s Global Forum issued the rating after examining NZ's laws and practices on the exchange of information with other tax authorities.
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Data sharing
New report asks: How should the Australian Govt approach open data?
How should Australian government organisations applying open data initiatives to support information sharing?
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Hybrid Cloud
Discover Ivanti's latest IT asset management solution
Ivanti announced their latest IT asset management solution: Data Center Discovery earlier today.
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Innovation
How Cumberland Council embraces tech innovation to uphold transparency & customer focus
The story of Cumberland Council is one of amalgamation, adoption and great success; after just five months of operation.
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Cybersecurity
Microsoft launches combined Transparency & Cybersecurity Center in Singapore
"The opening of the Microsoft regional Transparency Center in Singapore to serve the wider Asia-Pacific region, advances our worldwide commitment."
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Open source
NZ Govt open licensing consultation goes off without a hitch
“The tool has been hugely useful in giving a read of opinion. Because of the two-way conversations, it enables open dialogue to take place."
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Government
New Zealand not in the medal table when it comes open data
New Zealand has been ranked joint fourth in the Global Open Data Barometer, which looks at transparency of public sector data across 86 countries.