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New open data initiative from Microsoft, Adobe & SAP
The three tech titans have made a major announcement reflecting their view of data inter-operability in the future.
Service providers take note: an insight into the future of work
The $3 trillion services market hovers on the cusp of disruption as organisations worldwide begin to transform the way they work forever.
Hands-on review: NETGEAR ReadyNAS 424 NAS Drive
We get hands-on with NETGEAR's latest business-grade NAS Drive
PCCW Global to offer automated provisioning & routing with acquisition
The fruits of PCCW Globals' November acquisition of Consule Connect explained.
Transformative SIEM solution to tackle security professional shortage
We investigate a new vendor that is tackling the growing SIEM system information overload.
The IT system behind Aussie success story STM
While laptops had slimmed down and became more fashionable in the 1990’s, the bags that they were transported around were archaic.
Hands on with Frostpunk - the last city on earth
We review this end of the world style civilisation builder game just released last week.
SMB benefits from a living wage outweighs costs - NextGen
"If they introduce the shift to a living wage in stages, and if their business is running in good order, it is definitely affordable."
The evolution of Kiwi success story Magic Memories
“It’s been encouraging to see the successful evolution of Magic Memories over the past five years.”
NetSuite’s big artificial intelligence play exposed
The cloud enterprise system vendor has announced its artificial intelligence plans.
Global best practice & design come to new NetSuite eCommerce solution
Cloud based ERP vendor NetSuite has made significant changes to it's omnichannel solution.
emt Distribution appointed as ThreatConnect’s first A/NZ distie
The deal means resellers will now be able to offer ThreatConnect's complete threat intelligence platform to end-customers.
Work in cybersecurity? 59% of organisations have unfilled security positions
If you’re not qualified in cybersecurity then research suggests that you should be as it’s certainly a ‘buyers’ market’ with a yawning skills gap.
Aconex shareholders vote in favour of Oracle acquisition
Oracle initially announced the (US) $1.2 billion deal in December last year.
Cement your position as a market leader with Techday's editorial features
Feature weeks are a highly effective approach for organisations to position yourselves as a leader or gamechanger within a field.
Vocus preparing infrastructure for Australia Singapore Cable
As of November 2017, the Australia Singapore Cable is 57% complete.
NEXTGEN Distribution launches enterprise security practice
Paul Lancaster will head the newly-launched practice that will be built around the Micro Focus security portfolio
BNZ’s 'bank of you' ad gets a little too personal
The advertisement included a personalised adaptation which allowed the TVNZ registered user’s first name from their TVNZ OnDemand account to appear in a graphic of the video.
New Zealand's tech leaders get behind global blockchain platform
Kiwi tech stars are launching the world’s first blockchain platform for the multi-billion-dollar global online ratings and review industry.
How to regain customers' trust after a CX failure
From long call waiting times after various outages, less than desirable customer service ratings, or system crashes, there are a number of lessons to be learned if brands are to set themselves up for success in 2018.
Five Tips on Shopping Safely This Festive Season
We have a cybersecurity expert give five simple tips for safe online shopping this Christmas season
Digital disruption is nothing new, but the pace is quickening
It's time to cut through the hype regarding digital disruption and transformation.
Mythbusters: Best of breed HR software vs all-in-one
The importance of HR systems is growing, with more options and issues to consider.
When digital marketing crosses the line into spam territory
Commercial messages can only be sent if businesses have express consent, inferred consent, or deemed consent.