Apple is planning to fix a flaw that a security firm said may have left more than half a billion iPhones vulnerable to hackers.
Ericsson has reported quarterly core earnings ahead of market estimates as demand for 5G network equipment stayed strong even as the coronavirus outbreak wreaked havoc in its main markets, China and the United States.
Spending on IT is expected to decline by roughly 2.7 per cent this year due to the economic impact of the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, but some verticals are likely to be harder hit than others.
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.
At face value, Apple’s decision to launch the second-generation iPhone SE with a recession looming may not make sense. But there’s likely more to this move than meets the eye.
Apple is pressing ahead with its 2020 product launches, with new iPhones, a smaller and cheaper HomePod, Bluetooth Apple Tags, and new Macs all reportedly on the way.
A key industry standard for the development of new-radio 5G will remain unreleased for at least two more months, holding back enterprise availability.
Former Telstra executive Foad Farrokhnia has been tapped to take over channel leadership for Zscaler in Australia and New Zealand.
Zoom has tapped former Facebook security chief Alex Stamos as an adviser, as safety and privacy concerns about its fast-growing video-conferencing app drive a global backlash against the company.
IDG has announced the launch of Covid-19 Central, a centralised resource designed to help partners access informative and educational content in relation to the pandemic.
Zoom has been slapped with a class action suit by one of its shareholders, accusing the video-conferencing app of overstating its privacy standards.
Video conferencing company Zoom has been responsive to concerns over its software, the US Department of Homeland Security has said.
Reseller News is bringing its 30 Under 30 Tech Awards back in 2020 as part of the first ever virtual Emerging Leaders Forum, designed to showcase the brightest young technology minds in New Zealand.
The global leader in semiconductors is benefiting from higher demand for chips from laptop makers and data centres amid the coronavirus-driven shift to working from home.
All the appointments, departures and leadership shuffles in the local IT landscape during the March quarter.
Webex registered a record 324 million attendees in March as coronavirus-led lockdowns forced businesses to have employees work from home.
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.
Learn how network teams at cloud services Zoom, Netflix and Dropbox, along with data centre provider Equinix, are keeping operations running.
But the forecast drop in tech budgets may be less than initially feared as companies race to accelerate spending to support employees that now have to work from home.
As with businesses in just about every industry vertical, distributors are facing unprecedented conditions within which to operate, but the disruptions haven’t stopped those in the local market from keeping things moving for partners.
The dispersal of storage environments poses a significant challenge for the modern organisation. A report recently found that 79 per cent of companies store sensitive data in the cloud, use up to 41 cloud services each, and these services are not necessarily vetted by the IT unit. This means that the environment is not simply lacking cohesion, but poses a security risk with many open vectors for attack.. Read more