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McAfee announces online protection service to protect people not products
In a statement the company said these announcements indicate a major shift in McAfee’s strategy to deliver an integrated and intuitive online protection service to protect people rather than point products that secure devices.
Siemens and Zscaler partner to bring zero trust to operational tech
"Together, Siemens and Zscaler are now bringing the benefits of zero trust to OT environments, thereby increasing control and protection mechanisms for all technology assets, including in production environments."
Top 3 actions of progressive CIOs, according to Workday and Deloitte report
Findings reveal that individuals referred to as Progressive CIOs take a specific approach to enterprise finance transformation and behave differently than their peers with regard to mindset, collaboration and technology strategy.
SourseAI enters NZ distribution agreement with Devoli, eyes up telco market
SourseAI’s AI platform Sourse will enable Devoli customers to more effectively adopt machine learning, including real-time data on the New Zealand retail telco market covering broadband and mobile market insights.
Fortinet edges closer to opening Canberra's Federal Govt innovation centre
"The FGIIC supports local industry and provides rapid access to enterprise cybersecurity technologies so organisations can design, develop, and deliver innovative solutions for government and supporting industries.”
Role of IT continues to evolve, SolarWinds report captures tech pro sentiments
As tech pros look to the future, 62% of respondents say they're motivated to succeed in their roles and nearly all (81%) agree there will be multiple opportunities to develop and enhance their careers in the next year.
The next 5-10 years will make or break APAC banks, report finds
“Digital transformation can’t be viewed as a long-game anymore, and in fact three in five APAC banks believe they will cease to exist within the next five to ten years if they don't change the way they operate. That’s a very sobering statistic."