Sundar Pichai, the CEO of Alphabet and its Google subsidiary, has said that healthcare offers the biggest potential over the next five to 10 years for using artificial intelligence to improve outcomes.
The Department of Internal Affairs is on the hunt for financial management and other enterprise software, ending a service arrangement to use IRD's SAP system.
On February 11, Microsoft will begin its ramp-up to Windows 10X and dual-screen devices by shipping a Windows 10X emulator to app developers.
FireEye is ramping up its relevance in the cloud market with the acquisition of cloud security governance platform provider Cloudvisory.
HCL Technologies has launched a business unit dedicated to the delivery of Microsoft technologies, housing more than 5500 employees.
HPE has honoured leading channel partners across Asia Pacific following 12 months of growth through Pointnext and service providers.
Check Point has backtracked on plans to tier-grade partners entirely on customer activity following confusion within the channel.
AWS has dropped the pricing for its Elastic Kubernetes Service and its CloudEndure Disaster Recovery offering.
IBM's high margin cloud computing business has boosted the company's profit forecast.
The Firefox browser maker had more trouble creating revenue-generating products in 2019 than it expected, leading to the job cuts.
Video conferencing vendor Lifesize has inked a distribution deal with Tech Data to take its portfolio across the A/NZ market.
Backup and data management software vendor Veeam is shifting to a sole distributor in NZ, keeping Ingram Micro and dropping Westcon-Comstor.
Additions to Cisco's Data Centre Network Assurance and Insights suite of software can detect problems in network switch fabric.
Apple CEO Tim Cook backs changes to global tax rules that are currently under consideration.
Citrix has fast-tracked its patch timeline to fix the NetScaler vulnerability in some of its products up to 25 January.
Salesforce is hedging its bets with the Australian and New Zealand channel as it scours the market for a new regional chief.
A proposal for a temporary ban on facial-recognition technology won backing from Alphabet Chief Executive Sundar Pichai, but Microsoft disagrees.
With support for Windows Server 2008 ending, there’s still time to examine alternatives to upgrading.
Search giant follows Microsoft in offering route to legacy workload modernisation via new Power Systems service in Google Cloud Platform.
Nutanix is looking to fill the space left by Jamie Humphrey, who has resigned as Nutanix’s managing director for Australia and New Zealand.
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