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Interview: Avaya’s A/NZ managing director on regional growth factors
Peter Chidiac talks about growth in the region, what sets the Australian market apart, and why it’s important to the Avaya business as a whole.
Ingram Micro New Zealand
Interview: Ingram Micro’s new managing director steps up to the plate
Jason Langley is focussing on improving channel relationships, developing more financing options for partners, and is keen to launch new initiatives in Q1 2020.
VyOS offering pro bono network subscriptions to those affected by bushfires
VyOS is an open-source network OS that provides a wide range of features for any network, from a small business to an Internet service provider worldwide.
Exclusive: Mellanox VP on how diverse teams move companies forward
Techday spoke to Mellanox vice president Yael Asseraf Shenhav about why fast-moving technology companies need diverse teams.
Interview: How Adobe is solving experience design issues
“What we're all trying to do is to have absolute clarity on the problems that customers are having.”
You don’t need to be Google or Facebook to achieve data centre greatness
“It’s not just about remediating problems, it’s about being able to plan for eventualities and being proactive in their approach.”
Experts discuss industry response to multicloud
"This is not about moving data into the cloud. This is about moving the cloud and cloud services to the data."
HCL Technologies launches dedicated Microsoft business unit
The HCL Microsoft Business Unit will create intellectual property extending the Microsoft platform for customer-specific scenarios.
Check Point report highlights latest cyber-threats worldwide
28% of all organisations worldwide were impacted by malicious multi-purpose botnets, while the rise of 20% of incident response cases were targeted ransomware attack.
OPPO partners with bug bounty company HackerOne
With over 320 million monthly active users of OPPO’s ColorOS, and a rapidly expanding online presence, cybersecurity is top of mind for the mobile phone manufacturer.
Over 200 independent software companies declare CRM is not enough
“CRM software is also inflexible, forcing IT to choose between purchasing a one-size-fits-all cloud suite or building dozens of costly, time-consuming integrations.”
Interview: Adobe creative director on the future of design-led business
Adam Morgan has literally written the book on why pursuing better design makes concrete business sense.
Digital Transformation / DX
DXC Technology names global delivery head
Vinod Bagal takes on the Delivery role from DXC senior vice president Samson David, who has decided to pursue other opportunities.
Razer announces DeathAdder V2 and Basilisk V2 mice
Two of Razer’s most iconic mice have now been upgraded with a suite of new technologies to keep players at the top of their game.
HubSpot adds new features to Marketing Hub Enterprise
Now available in Marketing Hub Enterprise are revenue attribution reporting, AI-powered A/B testing, partitioning, and account-based marketing tools.
Sophos launches Intercept X for mobile
New security for Chrome OS and mobile threat defence for Android and iOS devices protects users from new fleeceware applications uncovered by SophosLabs.
Retailers look to hybrid cloud as they search for flexibility - report
Nutanix’s report found that retailers are leading the pack in maximising the flexibility of IT infrastructure to keep pace.
Women in Technology
Talend taps key leadership talent from SAP Concur ranks
Talend’s new CEO and CRO most recently held executive positions at SAP Concur.
Kingston Technology releases data center NVMe SSD boot drive
DC1000B is designed in a 2280 form factor that includes onboard power-loss protection and is engineered with 0.5DWPD endurance for extended service life.
Top internet outages of 2019 - ThousandEyes
The most significant of these outages took place over the northern hemisphere summer and disrupted nearly every top tech company in some fashion.
Unified Communications / UC
Interview: Avaya seeks to improve employee experience with unified workspace
Techday spoke to Avaya International sales engineering senior director Savio Tovar Dias about how Avaya IX OneSpace will affect employee workflows.
How integrated edge security and WAF can secure application delivery
Edge security, SSO application integration and flexible authentication options are critical for optimal user experience and information security policy compliance, Kemp says.
Cloud adoption trends: SSO adoption lagging
Research found that only 34% of those who had adopted cloud-based solutions had implemented single sign-on (SSO), one of the most basic cloud security tools.
Adobe announces availability of Adobe Experience Manager-as-a-Cloud service
Brands can onboard and access the application in minutes - and go live with dynamic and personalised content and experiences in weeks, not months, as is industry standard today.