Customer adoption of managed security services is expected to rise exponentially across Asia Pacific, driven by demand in A/NZ and Singapore.
Former IBM cloud and smarter infrastructure software business leader Matt Walterhausen appointed as vice president, sales, for Unisys in the Asia Pacific region.
Wipro has partnered with CrowdStrike to drive endpoint protection adoption at enterprise level, delivered through the vendor’s Falcon platform.
Australia-based enterprise resource planning software house TechnologyOne has seen sales in New Zealand surge year-on-year.
The Commerce Commission has released its draft decisions on the design of the new regulatory regime for fibre broadband networks.
White-box switches outfitted with independent network operating systems solutions have seen only limited adoption in leading enterprise IT shops.
Leading-edge technologies, including intent-based storage management, promise to change the way IT organisations store, manage and use data.
Master agent Tradewinds has launched a new application aimed at speeding up Australian and New Zealand partners’ access to loads.
Ingram Micro has promoted Diego Utge to the roles of executive vice president and group president of Asia Pacific.
Chorus today unveiled its next generation 10Gbit/s fibre service, dubbed "Hyperfibre", but services will be somewhat slower than that maximum initially.
CodeQL is a semantic code analyzer and query tool that can be used to find security vulnerabilities in codebases
The Internet of Things will see more growth in 2020, along with more growing pains - security, lack of complete solutions.
HP Inc has rejected Xerox’s unsolicited takeover bid, understood to be in the range of US$33 million, suggesting the offer “significantly undervalues” HP.
Microsoft has hired former U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder to investigate whether the use of facial recognition technology developed by an Israeli startup it funded complies with its ethics principles, the company said on Friday.
Spark has withdrawn its original application to government security agencies to roll out 5G services using Huawei radio access network equipment.
The New Zealand Transport Agency (NZTA) is in the market for a new human resources and payroll system as government is demanding better results from such investments.
A series of information releases is lifting the lid on government efforts "de-prioritise" legacy system investment and drive even more common technology approaches.
Insentra has scored a contract to bring British information security vendor Torsion to Australian partners.
Amazon.com is contesting the Pentagon's award of an up to US$10 billion cloud computing deal to Microsoft.
Ribbon Communications is set to build out its data applications and optical networking offering thanks to its merger deal with ECI Telecoms Group.
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