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Have your say: Govt extends feedback deadline for Cyber Security Strategy refresh
“There’s been strong interest in the Cyber Security Strategy refresh and we want to ensure we have a broad range of perspectives," says Clare Curran.
Datacom Group undergoing major structural reshuffle
Datacom Group is now aligned into four market-facing businesses, which focus on specific geographies or sectors, including AU, NZ and international.
VeeamON: How A/NZ helped make Veeam what it is today
The A/NZ region is an important one to Veeam, not just financially but in shaping the company’s very approach to the market.
Government moves to revitalize NZ's Cyber Security and Action Plan
“We must work collectively to build New Zealand’s cyber security capability and resilience so I invite everyone to join the play a key role."
How CIOs can implement a successful IoT strategy
Before jumping on the IoT bandwagon, CIOs need to take a step back and carefully create a viable IoT strategy.
Cisco is doing it for themselves - new strategy’s success
Cisco has announced a successful quarter which, their CEO claims, reflects the success of their new global strategy.
Exclusive - What’s ahead for Dicker Data NZ? GM talks past, present and future
Enterprise GM Lisa Tierney talks about Dicker’s kiwi journey so far, the changes she has seen, and the changes to come in 2018.
Why security tools are useless if they don't relate to business objectives
Cybersecurity tools and products may not provide enough protection if businesses can’t say how those tools are part of their business objectives.
Victorian Government launches its first Cyber Security Strategy
The Victorian Government says it is ‘getting on’ with the state’s first Cyber Security Strategy to help protect itself from cyber threats.
New Zealand parliament reviews energy plans for a cleaner NZ
"The targets are measurable, reasonable and can be implemented by 2022.”
IT teams and management at odds over security policies, survey finds
Many executives and IT staff agree amongst themselves about how to approach cybersecurity, a new study by Perceptive on behalf of Kordia has found.
Intel Security study reveals huge disconnect between IT execs and staff about cybersecurity strategy
IT executives & staff disagree on cybersecurity strategy: 60% of IT execs think their strategy is fully implemented, compared to just 30% of IT staff.
Brocade snaps up Ruckus, looks to dominate networking space
“Both companies have pursued a similar vision for modern networks built on open systems, network virtualisation and ubiquitous mobility."
Synnex Australia signs strategic agreement with digital marketing vendor
"Having a partner like Synnex Australia is a great win for Act-On, and will help to extend our reach into the APAC market."
Cognizant gears up for digital age with latest strategic partnership
“A richer understanding of human behaviour can unlock new opportunities for our customers."
Seagate struggles to maintain revenue in challenging IT storage industry
Seagate has experienced another drop in revenue for the Q3 2016, with the vendor claiming the decline is due to ‘several near-term demand factors'.
Aussie Government urges business to take action against cyber threats
"From the smallest companies to the largest conglomerates, organisations around the world are attacked every second of every day."
Watch out: Riverbed is back, complete with an updated partner programme
In the hopes of dominating the market and capitalising on the changing world, Riverbed has refined its strategy and is investing more into partners.
Have you heard? Customer experience is where it's at
“Creating an exceptional customer experience isn’t easy but it does deliver real benefits through improved customer loyalty and increased revenues."
Dell gets to the bottom of what's really going on with business data security
“While we’ve come a long way from the days when cybersecurity was an add-on to the IT infrastructure in organisations, more work needs to be done."
The world is changing... and it’s not all bad, folks
“Right now, NZ's potentially slipping into the mid-stream. What we need to do is be mindful of what our competitive advantage will be in the future."
Aussie businesses need to pick up their DevOps game, study shows
“There are no ‘magic bullets’ and you cannot ‘buy’ DevOps capability. Success is dependent on having all necessary pieces of the puzzle in place."
CEOs: Stay confident in the face of uncertainty
"Organisations can be surprisingly naive, ignoring advice and best practice until they experience a setback themselves."
Millennial demands drives massive change in business
In order to attract and retain the future workforce, businesses of today must focus not just on products and profits, but people and purpose.
Whitepaper: How to explain why IT security needs more budget
Do you want to convince your higher-ups that IT and security need more budget?
A step-by-step guide to starting the security discussion with your executives
Your organisation has “jewels” in your servers and critical endpoints: Data.
Infographic: Why an outdated unified comms solution hurts your business
Seventy-one percent of IT professionals say their organisations use multiple communication or collaboration solutions unnecessarily.
The features that should be front and centre when evaluating SIEMs
According to Frost & Sullivan, SIEM can either be an enabler or a retardant and there's a thin line between the two - here's the key attributes.
Review: Cut through the noise with AI-driven threat analytics
SANS has provided an independent review of a new AI analytics solution designed to rescue businesses 'drowning in data' from SIEM platforms.