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'Turn data into doing': Splunk announces updates to Data-to-Everything platform
Over the last two weeks, Splunk has made several announcements around its Data-to-Everything platform including additions to IT security and operations.
Android’s zero-touch enrollment gains new A/NZ partners
New opportunities for resellers as eligible devices need to be purchased directly from an enterprise reseller or Google partner.
Aussie organisations lack understanding of AI, report finds
Although the report exposes the shortcomings of local enterprises, the research revealed there are positive signs ahead.
Samsung NZ appoints new B2B channels head
The announcement comes hand-in-hand with Samsung’s refreshed focus on the enterprise sector.
Research says 2/3 of large companies to invest in UC by 2021
Study shows significant market opportunity for unified communications providers and a need for comprehensive security solutions.
Nutanix launches new APAC flagship office in Singapore
Nutanix has continued its commitment to Asia with the opening of a new regional office in the heart of SIngapore.
NBN releases new offering for enterprise
The new wholesale product aims to deliver symmetrical speeds and enhanced service levels.
Data quality and the democratisation of AI
"Before IT leaders attempt to successfully deploy or conquer an enterprise-wide AI strategy, they must have the capability to bring large datasets together."
How ERP can be used to boost business efficiency
"When an ERP solution runs major functions of a business resilience should be built into the technology."
BlackBerry to roll out EoT platform by end of 2018
BlackBerry has unveiled a new Enterprise of Things (EoT) platform that enables OEMs to produce ‘things’ with high levels of security and safety.
Modica Group snaps up Auckland Airport senior executive to further growth
“It is an exciting company with significant growth opportunities in New Zealand and other markets. The company has exceptional technology capability."
AI for enterprise: Data lakes for decision-making
"Creating and maintaining seamlessness in software solutions is no easy task, but it can be made fundamentally easier with AI."
NVIDIA’s GPU supercomputer for the office
The DGX Station is a quiet, compact GPU-powered deep learning supercomputer that is quiet and small enough to sit next to a desk.
Epson named one of the top 100 global innovators
“Epson is honoured to have been selected for inclusion on the top 100 global innovators list."
Enterprise essentials: The key to business security
How to ensure your business is dynamic, effective and secure.
To get ahead with AI, get started with augmented intelligence
AI is an extension of a human, not a substitute for it. Once we realise this fact, we can appreciate AI for what it truly is.
AT&T expands network into Equinix data centers
“Cloud and data center services must offer the scalability and reliability that IT managers require."
McAfee named a ‘Leader’ in Magic Quadrant for IDPS
The inclusion of the company in the Leader category is based on Gartner’s criteria, including completeness of vision and ability to execute.
CASE STUDY: The digital transformation journeys of leading AU companies
Interactive conducted a case study that delves into the digital transformation experiences of thought leaders from across AU's business landscape.
SUSE delivers Linux operating system for SAP on IBM cloud
Will allow customers to build, deliver and deploy business-critical workloads in SAP NetWeaver and SAP HANA.
Nutanix enterprise cloud software is taking Asia by storm
"We look forward to working with even more companies across the region..."
Self-driving software could be the answer to the global productivity crisis
Jeff Arnold, Unit4 A/NZ sales director talk about the need for self-driving software in an economy that is facing a workforce crisis.
Base-8 cabling is the key to a future-ready colocation data centre
Greg Whiffin from Corning talks about the importance of colocation data centres and for enterprises large and small.
Trend Micro says C-level executives are not prepared for GDPR
The company refers to a survey they conducted that shows some organisations need to be better prepared for when the scheme is implemented.