Numerous vulnerabilities have been found in IBM’s Data Risk Manager which pave the way for remote code execution.
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Microsoft Azure has revealed updates to its Maps offering, which include changes to APIs and rendering servers.
With many countries closing their borders and imposing self-isolation measures amid the coronavirus pandemic, many supply chains immediately slowed to a crawl. How this will affect the future of supply chains, however, is not so clear cut.
New Relic has appointed Sharryn Napier as regional managing director and vice president for Australia and New Zealand.
VMware’s VMworld 2020 event has been postponed and digitised due to the global impact of the coronavirus pandemic.
PC shipments around the globe have been rocked by the coronavirus pandemic and, despite a surge in demand, experts are saying the worst is yet to come.
AWS has launched its Security Essentials classroom course to lay the groundwork for understanding secure data handling in the AWS cloud.
Worldwide spending on cloud IT infrastructure grew in the fourth quarter of 2019 and the year overall, recording 12.4 per cent year-over-year for the quarter and 2.1 per cent year-over-year for 2019.
Worldwide IT spending is expected to decline by 2.7 per cent year-over-year in 2020 due to the coronavirus pandemic, updated forecasts have predicted.
Google Cloud has released the beta of its Service Directory solution, allowing for the connection of hybrid and multi-cloud services at scale.
Nutanix has appointed the former senior vice president of NetSuite and Salesforce Lee Thompson to the role of managing director for Australia and New Zealand, taking over the vacancy left by Jamie Humphrey.
Oracle has opened access to certification exams for Oracle Cloud Infrastructure (OCI) and Oracle Autonomous Database for free until 15 May 2020.
Printer vendor Lexmark has expanded its cloud print management product to resellers in Australia and New Zealand.
Spending on server and enterprise storage systems is likely to decline amid the COVID-19 pandemic, but long-term growth may still be on the horizon.
Spending on artificial intelligence in Asia Pacific is set to soar over the next five years as the demand for deep learning ramps up.
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