Three steps to achieve a better patient experience using data in the healthcare industry
Introducing new technology to the healthcare industry beyond COVID-19 will be complicated. The only thing that can simplify it is well-organised data insights.
New Zealanders more willing to share location data following COVID - report
Video: 10 Minute IT Jams - Who is OutSystems?
Facial recognition control solution hits A/NZ
Palo Alto Networks launches enterprise data loss prevention service
Where is your data? You'll find out in 2021
Samsung extends partnership with Google, joins Android Enterprise Recommended programme
AppsFlyer opens Sydney office, expands into A/NZ region
AppsFlyer has opened an office in Sydney, it’s 19th office worldwide and its first in Australia and New Zealand (A/NZ), marking the company’s expansion into the region.
Are you ready for a more privacy-focused New Zealand?
New Zealand’s new Privacy Act is now in effect, and there are significant changes that affect every organisation that operates in New Zealand.
COVID-19 crisis accentuating the need to bridge digital divide
The crisis has accentuated our dependence on digital technologies and exposed the reality of the digital divides between and within countries.
Positive customer experience will boost brand loyalty - study
A positive customer experience with a retailer during the festive season will encourage customer loyalty, according to new research from Zendesk.
Visual development tools present real opportunity for A/NZ businesses
"It's only natural for enterprises in our region to gravitate towards the dramatic benefits of using visual development tools for building cloud-native applications."
Microsoft NZ reports giant jump in profits in 2020 financial results
The company made $27.3 million in profit for the year ended June 2020, compared to a loss of $3.8 million the prior year.
blueAPACHE to refresh core network with Cisco
The company selected the ASR 9000 Series high performance aggregation services routers for its network refresh.
Why tool consolidation should be a top priority for businesses
How can businesses expect to scale for their biggest day when a single, unified view of their infrastructure doesn’t exist? The impact on the business is too high to ignore, writes New Relic APJ executive vice-president and general manager Dmitri Chen.
Webinar: TLC for Kids on their usage of Nintex Drawloop DocGen
The charity is using the software to free up resources and enable its team to focus on its mission — which, simply put, is to put smiles back on sick kids’ faces. It does this through its TLC Ambulance, Rapid TLC, and distraction box programs, and its services are used over a million times each year across Australia.
The devices that are changing the streaming game in time for Christmas
Here are some of the best products in the streaming business, used by veterans and beginners alike.
How to supercharge digital transformation with Azure training
Cloud computing is proliferating fast in New Zealand, but many organisations are being held back by limited knowledge. Power up your transformation with Auldhouse's Azure training classes.
Pure expands as-a-service offerings with focus on transparency
It aims to provide the economic benefits of cloud, along with those of Evergreen architecture including non-disruptive expansions and maintenance.
Why automating the finance function is critical for future growth
As well as continually struggling with tedious workflows and manual processing, many finance professionals are still finding it a challenge to complete their month-end close. This is where software can help, writes BlackLine regional vice president for A/NZ Claudia Pirko.
How to optimise contact centres for 2021 and beyond
As the new year fast approaches, it’s a good time to check that contact centres are ready to handle whatever 2021 has in store, writes MaxContact director of Australia operations Daniel Harding.
NCSC prevents $70m harm against NZ's nationally significant organisations
New Zealand’s nationally significant organisations have faced at least 352 cyber incidents in the 2019/2020 year, but the dangers are far from over.
GitHub shares 'greatest hits' open source repositories with historic libraries
Barely 12 months after launching an initiative to preserve open source software for future generations, GitHub is now sharing these collections with major libraries around the world.
Splunk signs agreement to acquire NPM company Flowmill
Splunk has signed a definitive agreement to acquire the Palo-Alto based cloud network observability company, with expertise in network performance monitoring (NPM).
Digital enviro tech could save companies money but adoption is slow
According to a report from Frost & Sullivan and Envirosuite, environmental management tools can bring growth, innovation and bottom-line savings.
D-Link launches new router and cloud IoT management solution
The DWM-315 is a 4G LTE Cat 6 Dual SIM M2M VPN Router with EWAN and GPS and the D-ECS edge cloud management solution expands the D-Link IoT range.
SAS launches cloud platform on Azure in Sydney
According to SAS, Australia and New Zealand (A/NZ) is a strong market for SAS Cloud.
Nutanix brings Matt Maw onboard in new role of A/NZ head of tech strategy
The appointment and new role follows the expansion of the Nutanix A/NZ business in the fourth quarter of 2020, where it experienced 18% team growth, 13% customer acquisition growth, and a 14% rise in new partners.
NZ’s shift to online during COVID here to stay - report
The survey covered broadband usage, working from home, telehealth usage and online shopping behaviour.
COVID-19 creating increased global demand for NZ’s digital businesses
Activity is picking up for many Kiwi software and digital businesses as demand increases for digital and cloud-based service offerings.
New head of Australia and New Zealand operations for SAS
Clunies-Ross brings a broad perspective of the Asia Pacific market, most recently in COO roles with Oracle and Citrix.
Beyond prototypes: How 3D printing is moving outside the test lab
The unique ability of 3D printers to construct precise and intricate shapes faster and more efficiently than a manual process represents a compelling point for companies eager to fabricate concepts, models, and bases for existing components.
BlackLine enhances support for finance and accounting teams
“The global pandemic is bringing to the forefront what we’ve seen for years. Traditional manual accounting processes are not sustainable."
Retailers turn to ecommerce to keep business thriving - Zebra Technologies report
Retailers will heavily rely on mobile and eCommerce technologies, according to the report.
IBM NZ appoints practice lead for new Cloud Advisory Practice
Donald Long brings more than 30 years of IT experience in New Zealand and South Africa, in cloud consulting and architecture and client service roles.
Trend Micro launches cloud native security solution for modern applications and APIs
“Application security is an invaluable part of the Cloud One platform, integrating technology to provide superior protection for customers deploying applications wherever it makes the most sense for them."
ABI Research: Telco cloud revenue set to rise 27% over 5 years
The growth will be driven by cloud infrastructure-related investments, such as virtual networks, orchestration, and cloud-native functions.
Revealed: How to streamline the payroll process
Here are five top tips that can help you regain control of your day, cut down on errors, and take care of employees, the company, and yourself.
DDoS campaigns, BEC scams & Emotet: CERT NZ reports top security threats
It has been yet another tumultuous quarter for New Zealanders and their wallets, with almost $6.4 million in reported financial losses due to cybersecurity incidents.
A videoconference solution as smooth as your morning coffee
Wouldn’t be nice if videoconferencing worked as smoothly as your coffee machine?
Video management firm Panopto launches A/NZ data centre
The data centre, based in Sydney, provides local cloud-based video hosting for enterprise and higher education customers.
Interview: Appian's Matt Calkins on low-code & the rise of hyperautomation
A lot can change in 21 years. It takes a strong company to remain true to a few key technology ideas, and concentrate on their evolution.
Microsoft NZ Partner Awards winners announced
Each of the 10 winners demonstrated ‘outstanding ways they are continuing to empower customers through clever use of Microsoft technology’.
Cybercriminals are leveraging AI for malicious use
"At a time where the public is getting increasingly concerned about the possible misuse of AI, we have to be transparent about the threats."
Q&A: StorageCraft director on how backup and recovery has changed in 2020
Techday spoke to StorageCraft international product marketing senior director Florian Malecki, who discusses the importance of backup and recovery, the products and solutions that StorageCraft offers in this field, and the revenue opportunities partners can capitalise on.
Guardian Angel releases comms solution for isolated workers
The company has made an APAC distribution agreement with Everywhere Communications for communications, location, and monitoring solutions.
How Employer of Record helps companies expand to new markets around the globe
Using an Employer of Record allows companies to break into new markets and hire the talent they need quickly and easily — with all human resources, onboarding, paperwork, and legal compliance taken care of.
Webinar: The future of data centres in the face of climate change
Digital Realty has today announced a webinar based on its recent report exploring the role of data centres within the climate change debate, and will explore the viable solutions available to help data centre operators fight the rising tide of environmental challenges.
Organisations struggling to realise full business value from cloud investments
“Our study shows a surprisingly small two-year improvement in returns on corporate cloud initiatives, suggesting that a more thoughtful and holistic approach is needed to fully unlock the value of cloud.”
On 10 December, find out how data centers will fare in the face of climate change
From pandemic disruption to the urgency to address climate change, data center development in Asia Pacific needs to remain resilient and sustainable. On 10 December, join this webinar to learn about viable solutions data center operators can use to overcome environmental challenges. Register now.