Nutanix offers free services to Asia Pacific region in wake of coronavirus
The company is offering a free trial of its virtual desktop services to businesses across the APAC region as more people opt to stay at home or work remotely.
Aircall phone system integrates modern applications so teams can achieve more
Cisco launches SecureX, a cloud-native security platform
Spark New Zealand reveals financial results, delivers strong revenue growth
Research: How 5G will change, well... everything
McAfee announces new acquisition as it moves toward browser isolation
Inland Revenue to stop accepting cheques
Enterprise performance management: The cornerstone of business vitality
Technology changes in the enterprise are inevitable – but changing them to maximise business value is something of an art form.
Oracle staff condemn Larry Ellison's support for Donald Trump
More than 7000 Oracle employees and members of the public are asking Oracle to take a hard look at itself and its ‘commitment’ to diversity, ethics, and inclusion.
DataRobot & Snowflake dig deeper into AI automation
The new integration simplifies data movement between DataRobot’s enterprise AI platform and Snowflake’s enterprise data platform.
Can you trust an MSSP? What's to trust?
Managed Security Service Providers for Dummies can tell you if it's better to go DIY or MSSP.
Chorus reports strong EBITDA following solid half
The growth in EBITDA was achieved through a combination of operating cost reductions and strong broadband connections growth.
Predictions for the print industry in 2020
Disruption in the print sector is likely to create significant opportunities this year for savvy organisations.
Hawaiki Cable extends connectivity deal with REANNZ
The new deal will enable REANNZ to boost connectivity and gain additional capacity on the Hawaiki network, as well as diverse trans-Tasman and trans-Pacific subsea routes.
Revenue from 5G IoT connections to skyrocket 1,400% in next five years
Research identifies the automotive and smart cities sectors as key growth drivers for 5G adoption.
Digital wellness key to superior employee experience - Citrix study
Digital wellness reflects the way that workplaces and their employees create an intentional and healthy relationship with workplace technology.
RPA: The promise of value in the workplace
Basic tasks such as data entry often have teams of people working on them but simple automated processes can free up resources and staff to focus on more meaningful activities.
IDC: Coronavirus presents opportunities for ICT vendors
The COVID-19 outbreak will bring both challenges and opportunities for the ICT market, according to IDC.
Australian IT firms discuss the highs and lows of hybrid cloud
Discussion participants cited ageing applications, the risk of moving inappropriate workloads to the cloud and the complexity of multi-cloud, hybrid cloud architectures as key issues to address.
Dell Technologies sells RSA for US$2 billion
Clarke reveals that RSA and Dell Technologies developed different strategies to meet different business needs with different go-to-market models.
Interview: DataRobot on how AI augments human thinking in business
" AIs are computer systems, and as such, they are best at repetitive tasks, mathematics, data manipulation, and parallel processing.”
Avaya brings Google Cloud AI capabilities to A/NZ contact centres
Avaya has launched Google Cloud AI-powered contact centre capabilities in Australia, enabling Australian and New Zealand organisations to deliver automated and assisted customer experiences (CX) for real time intelligence.
How businesses upgrade tech platforms with minimal disruption
Optimize processes, solve previously intractable challenges and leverage innovation to future-proof your investment.
Investing in DevSecOps or cloud? Read this first
A definitive guide to navigating your cloud journey to ensure efficiency and best practices for your business.
GlobalData: Wipro shows no sign of slowing after banner year
With 2019 seeing a series of good fortune and success for the IT services company, GlobalData’s insights say sentiments are looking up.
Dell Technologies takes data center tech to the edge
The company’s new solutions are part of a core aim to help customers adjust to the continuously changing nature of data and help capture data from devices at the edge.
44% of CIOs think their AI comprehension 'not very successful' - survey
The data showed 41% of organisations are using artificial intelligence (AI) in some way, which has doubled from just 19% the previous year.
FIDO: The word that could defeat phishing attacks once and for all
Attackers know that sometimes they don’t need to attack the technology – they just need to attack people instead.
CompTIA launches tool to measure emerging tech-readiness
CompTIA says the assessment will help to identify what steps are needed to ensure organisations expand their business.
How MME leaders can create the 'sweet spot' for their IT
Despite being smaller in number, MMEs punch way above their weight.
NZ software company set to go global after securing $3.65 million
LawVu plans to set up offices in Australia and the US, as well as leverage business opportunities in other overseas markets.
Microsoft NZ rolls out free AccountGuard service ahead of general election
Microsoft’s AccountGuard service aims to strengthen cybersecurity for those campaigning for the election, or for government organisations involved in political education or analysis.
Port Adelaide teams up with Empirics to create an innovative data solution
“Australia’s sport-tech industry is world renowned, and AFL clubs in particular have a track record of trialling emerging technologies before they become commonplace in professional leagues around the globe."
Intel & QuTech outline 'milestone' in quantum computing
'Horse Ridge' could pave the way for further understanding how quantum practicality could solve real-world problems.
The cloud skills gap is biting: How organisations can bite back
71% of IT decision makers say their firms have lost revenue due to a lack of cloud expertise.
Accenture announces new acquisition to bolster digital supply chain solutions
The acquisition will boost Accenture’s growing technology practice and number of SAP professionals in Australia and New Zealand.
Qlik named in Gartner leaders quadrant for BI and analytics, launches Data Literacy as a Service
It is the tenth consecutive year the company has been positioned in the leaders quadrant.
Verint and Adobe expand partnership to improve customer journey
Verint Systems has expanded on its partnership with Adobe, as both companies look to support more personalised customer journeys.
Are you ready for the hyperautomation wave?
The hyperautomation wave and its inclusion on Gartner’s list of Top 10 Strategic Technology Trends for 2020 confirms automation—especially intelligent automation—can change the way we work, for the better.
MuleSoft report encourages API-led approach for success in digital age
“With an API-led approach, CIOs can change the clock speed of their business and emerge as the steward of a composable enterprise to democratise access to existing assets and new capabilities.”
Tritium transforms global communications with RingCentral Australia
Tritium has chosen RingCentral Australia as its global communications solution as it looks to support rapid growth and enhance employee productivity.
Qlik announces newest addition to executive team
The announcement comes after a spate of recent executive additions at Qlik.
Interview: Cloudera VP and A/NZ manager on optimal data strategies
Techday spoke with two executives from Cloudera about the future of data and cloud strategies.
App infrastructure showing its age? It's time for a revamp.
App modernisation isn’t just about ROI — it’s about architecting for your future.
Case study: RapidMATION's RPA rescues professional services firm
Read how JLL solved a huge data roadblock by implementing RPA. From identifying the challenge to solving the problem in less than 7 days.
Hawkes Bay Council achieves greater digital transformation with Nintex
Hawkes Bay Regional Council (HBRC) is utilising the Nintex Process Platform to protect New Zealand’s air, land and sea.
Microsoft, Massey and The Collaborative Studio launch accelerator education programme
“Technology is driving transformation in agrifood and fibre at an incredible speed, so it’s vital we move quickly to ensure the education system meets the requirements of what businesses need to be innovative."
Organisations must tear down the walls between IT and CX
Organisations need to look at their customers in a completely new way as individuals that have unique needs and preferences.
Thomson Reuters takes law research solution up a notch
The new version of Westlaw aims to assist legal practitioners in boutique firms by speeding up the often time-consuming research process.