How organisations can get started on their recovery
Organisations that plan to ‘get back to normal’ will need to take a strategic approach to thrive in a changed business landscape, writes Konica Minolta director of innovation Shane Blandford.
Why Lenovo ThinkBook is better than the competition
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Microsoft to launch cloud service for healthcare firms
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4 steps to overcome common infrastructure monitoring challenges
Talend aims to make enterprise data more trustworthy
Ericsson bolsters 5G portfolio with $1.1b Cradlepoint buyout
Ericsson will acquire Cradlepoint to create greater market share in the enterprise 5G space, boosting Ericsson’s existing 5G portfolio that includes IoT and enterprise network solutions.
Unleash the intelligent way to automate at Pega Discover – Intelligent Automation
Find out how the world’s largest brands are accelerating business and simplifying systems in this two-hour, interactive virtual event. By the end you’ll be primed to start getting business done smarter and faster while scaling toward your biggest business goals. Register Now.
Firms that use social as a 'megaphone' miss out on transformation - Hootsuite
Organisations often limit social to the marketing department, but instead it should be connected into the ‘lifeblood and workflow’.
A complete buyer’s guide to HCM technology
Let us help you narrow down your search with a few important things to consider before selecting an HCM vendor. Click here.
Spark removes data caps on wireless broadband
Spark New Zealand has removed data caps on its Unplan Metro, giving almost a third of addresses across the country access to an uncapped wireless broadband plan.
DevOps & IT teams feel pressure to keep digital services online during pandemic
Many DevOps and IT teams spend more than 10 extra hours per week dealing with a 47% rise in incidents.
Software engineer backs metrics mindset in DevOps
Christian Oestreich, a senior software engineering leader with experience at multiple Fortune 500 companies, shares how a metrics-driven mindset can dramatically improve software quality and enable DevOps at enterprise scale.
Three ways cloud can contribute to a transformation goal
Cloud technology plays a pivotal role in successful transformations and can see businesses thrive and grow; however, this depends on the business mindset and approach to cloud, writes Thomas Duryea Logicalis CTO Toby Alcock.
Evolving threat landscape top priority for security and risk leaders
"COVID-19 has proved how rapidly and how drastically such risks can change."
Businesses ditch legacy systems for cloud-based communications
There are five good reasons why embracing cloud-based communications and collaboration is a business priority
Case study: MECCA has HCM makeover with Workday
The phased HCM makeover began in 2017, when the company made the decision to launch a three to five-year program to digitalise its human capital management technology so that it could simplify everyday requirements for its team members and enable them to self-serve.
Microsoft NZ bolsters senior leadership team with new specialist sales lead
“I am delighted and grateful for the opportunity to lead the Specialist Team Unit at Microsoft."
GoTo & Microsoft Teams: A winning collaboration
Every tool has a purpose, and with the latest integration users can now maximise productivity by choosing the right meeting solution for the task at hand.
New AI speech technology for contact centres lands in A/NZ
The contact centre enhancement, Oration, combines an artificial intelligence language interpreter with advanced speech recognition.
Equinix study: Firms turn to NFV to support distributed networks
Decision-makers looking for a solution that virtualises a wide range of network functions should evaluate NFV, study finds.
NetApp announces Elastigroup for Azure Spot VMs
NetApp has announced Elastigroup for Microsoft Azure Spot Virtual Machines (VMs) is now available, aiding in businesses wanting to improve automation of computing infrastructure.
Schneider brings AI to fight against energy consumption
The investment into adding AI-assisted advising to its energy and sustainability services aims to promote efficiency and a total reduction of clients’ emissions.
Webinar: How to stay agile in the face of changing cloud needs for customers
Join the discussion about how to migrate to cloud, adopt AI and bolster CX - and leave with the know-how to advance your business in 2020 and beyond.
You’re invited to the future of work: A pandemic spotlight
The time for hyperautomation is now. With experimentation and exploration, you can take an automation mindset & create a future-ready workforce today. Learn how on 29 September from 11.30am AEST. Register now.
Webinar: Best practices for keeping your video chats secure
Video collaboration providers nowadays operate exclusively on a multi-tenant, public cloud - and security and privacy concerns have come into the spotlight. Here's how to secure your communications.
How to effectively accelerate 5G device workflow
Achieving a first-to-market advantage in 5G requires innovative network emulation solutions that accelerate the device workflow. Find the 5G network emulation software that's right for you.
Vodafone NZ completes international optical network upgrade
The project enables a dedicated, resilient and diverse set of internet pathways upon which international data can be transferred at millisecond speed.
NZ tech exports to reach $16 billion before 2030
"If we can provide the environment for entrepreneurs to build the next Xero or Rocket Lab, we will see thousands of new technology businesses established."
Google starts Android 11 rollout - a taste of what's new
Android 11 is now live – but if you don’t have one of the ‘selected’ OnePlus, OPPO, Pixel, realme, or Xiaomi phones, you might be in for a bit of a wait.
Thales: A/NZ cybersecurity approach more talk than action
“While some organisations are talking a good story … predicted spending shows that most have the wrong focus.”
National Party announces $1.29 billion tech policy ahead of election
The policy, announced today, pledges to create 100,000 jobs in the industry by 2030 if the party is elected next month.
Jamf extends Microsoft collaboration with iOS Device Compliance
Organisations will soon be able to use Jamf for Apple ecosystem management while using Azure Active Directory and Microsoft Endpoint manager to maintain conditional access.
From 1G to 5G: How innovations in cellular have shaped our lives
As we look to the present decade from 2020 onwards, 5G will be at the forefront. The race for 5G is not about merely deploying new infrastructure, but getting the first-mover advantage in who can build and take the leadership role in the host of new applications and services that 5G will enable.
HPE completes Silver Peak buyout & strengthens edge-to-cloud portfolio
Silver Peak will now begin a new life under HPE’s Aruba business.
Gartner: By 2023, 65% of the world will have personal data covered under modern privacy regulations
“Security and risk management (SRM) leaders need to help their organisation adapt their personal data handling practices without exposing the business to loss."
Accenture invests US$3 billion into cloud migration initiative
Accenture Cloud First is a new multi-service group of 70,000 cloud professionals that brings together Accenture’s industry, technology capabilities and ecosystem partnerships.
Fast track your digital transformation with dynamic security services from Fortinet
Jon McGettigan, Fortinet A/NZ Regional Director, explains how enterprises can speed up their network service delivery programmes by embracing Fortinet’s dynamic security services.
Cambium Networks' "breakthrough" in 60 GHz fixed wireless broadband
The technology can deliver ‘fibre-like’ internet speeds at a lower cost and faster time to market than last-mile wired networks.
Security training and tech: Empowering staff in a hybrid work environment
As employees travel back and forth between home and the workplace, are they walking through the door with cyber threats sitting on their devices?
COVID: Kiwi organisations less prepared for disasters than Australia
A large proportion of New Zealand businesses need support to ensure the continuity of their operations.
The importance of selecting a secure SD-WAN solution
It’s essential to adopt a secure SD-WAN solution to avoid the risks that an unsecured SD-WAN solution can introduce, writes Wavelink managing director Ilan Rubin.
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Nintex is a global heavyweight in in the field of process automation.
Data is an organisation's most significant asset - here's how to protect it
Data resilience strategies are becoming more crucial as more value is ascribed to a company's data. If it's not stored securely and cost-effectively, expect problems.
5 ways to use data science to predict security issues - Forcepoint
Data science enables people to respond to problems in a better way, and to also understand those problems in a way that would not have been possible 50 years ago.
Gartner: Security leaders must balance risk, trust and opportunity
Security and risk leaders must focus on balancing risk, trust and opportunity to help maintain the ability of their organisations to function.
UNESCO completes major progress on establishing foundation of ethics for AI
"We need a robust base of ethical principles to ensure artificial intelligence serves the common good. We have made this process be as inclusive as possible since the stakes involved as universal, she explained.”
Interview: Henson Group CEO on expanding into NZ
Techday sat down with founder and chief executive officer Greg Henson, who discusses the move to New Zealand and the company’s differentiation in the market.