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PwC expands Microsoft team as it looks to scale up capability
PwC continues to boost its expertise across the Microsoft Dynamics 365 and Power Apps portfolio.
Critical infrastructure vulnerabilities surge as cybersecurity not up to scratch
"Despite the criticality, the cybersecurity measures in place are still weak or nonexistent."
Vodafone announces new business marketplace featuring Microsoft 365, Acronis cyber backup
Vodafone New Zealand has unveiled a new business marketplace for New Zealand business owners to purchasing different top-tier software solutions.
Less than half of company SaaS applications used by employees
Business investment in SaaS applications continues to climb despite widespread underutilisation of app licenses by employees.
Microsoft Azure alert for authentication bypass vulnerability in Linux products
A patch is currently available for this vulnerability, however many sysadmins are potentially unaware they have the OMI product installed and are at risk.
Patch management, robust password policies vital in reducing risk of cyberattacks
"Legacy OS usage, low-end equipment, compatibility issues and human factors often result in security breaches that can jeopardise an organisation's security."
The challenges of improving software supply chain security
There is a glaring disconnect between executive concern and executive action when it comes to guarding against SolarWinds-style supply chain attacks.
Amazon Web Services / AWS
AWS "sorting out tax situation" with NZ entity establishment
A corporate reorganisation proposes Amazon Web Services NZ Ltd will replace Amazon Web Services, Inc.
Microsoft and LinkedIn share latest data, product innovations for hybrid work
The new research digs deeper into two converging trends: The Hybrid Paradox and The Great Reshuffle.
Microsoft’s Patch Tuesday announcement 'alarming'
Microsoft today pushed software updates to plug security gaps in its Windows software and related products.
Bigger display for new Apple Watch Series 7
Apple has today announced the Apple Watch Series 7, featuring a reengineered Always-On Retina display with significantly more screen area and thinner borders.
Apple unveils iPhone 13 and iPhone 13 mini
Apple has introduced the new iPhone 13 and iPhone 13 mini, the next generation of the tech giant's smartphone.
Fortinet and Linksys joint venture launches enterprise security solution
Enterprise IT teams are struggling to enable their workforce to work effectively from anywhere while protecting their organisation from security threats.
Rise in cyberattacks, ransomware during COVID-19 boosts IT security skills
Increased security challenges during the pandemic offered IT teams a unique opportunity to build their cybersecurity expertise.
Constant threat of ransomware causing data protection headaches
Organisations are facing several data protection challenges driven by the constant threat of ransomware and the consumption of emerging technologies.
Accenture launches Microsoft practice in New Zealand
"This is a big development for us and indeed technology consulting services in New Zealand."
Security experts weigh in on United Nations hacking breach
"This cyber attack on the United Nations demonstrates how valuable stolen credentials are to criminals."
BlackBerry enhances Microsoft 365 cybersecurity integration
BlackBerry UEM and Microsoft 365 customers can enjoy a secure version of modern authentication in the cloud, in addition to on-premises environments.
Dell Technologies and HCL to deliver advanced cyber recovery to protect against ransomware
Organisations continue to grapple with an unprecedented wave of ransomware attacks that cause security and data recovery challenges.
Microsoft partnership to explore how cloud, AI and machine learning can be used in space
Project AI Off Earth will focus on the cutting edge of innovation in space.
A third of suspicious emails reported by employees are phishing
New research has found 33% of emails employees report as phishing are either malicious or highly suspect.
IBM teams up with Aqua Security for end-to-end cloud native security
Aqua Security will provide new tools to help customers better secure the full lifecycle of Red Hat OpenShift containerised workloads on IBM Power servers.
New data classification cloud launched for Box and Google Drive
"Organisations can find exposed sensitive data on additional cloud apps and services to limit their blast radius from ransomware attacks and data breaches."
Infamous criminal ransomware group REvil is back
"The fact their sites are back online means they are, again, ready for business and have targets in mind."