Enterprise IT stories - Page 2
Axiata, Versa Networks partner for enterprise SASE in Asia
Axiata has partnered with Versa Networks to deliver Secure Access Service Edge (SASE) technology to rapidly digitalising Asian enterprises.
Reengineering an intelligent, automated future for shared services
The fourth industrial revolution is driving a digital transformation in shared services, requiring new skills and a shift in value proposition.
Why telco-independent SD-WAN is vital in the current market
Telco-independent SD-WAN solutions are the way forward for enterprises, offering flexibility and cost savings. Find out why in this article.
Exclusive: Inde provides innovative solutions across the tech sector
New Zealand IT specialist Inde emphasizes the power of collective insight to find the best solutions for government, health and enterprise clients.
ManageEngine unveils SaaS availability of Analytics Plus
ManageEngine launches Analytics Plus as a SaaS offering, allowing users to set up an integrated analytics platform in under a minute.
Flashpoint says vulnerability disclosure ‘highly volatile’
The vulnerability disclosure landscape is highly volatile, with unreported vulnerabilities and inaccurate scoring, according to Flashpoint.
Why enhancing bot protection for web and API endpoints matters
The growing threat of malicious bots is putting businesses at risk. Find out how to protect your organization with an effective anti-bot solution.
Six ways enterprise information management delivers ROI
Organisations often struggle to find important information among vast amounts of data. An information management platform can solve this problem.
Enterprise IT needs to change the way it uses cloud
IT will continue to rely on the Cloud Continuum for its processes, and businesses need to follow suit to keep up.
Cloud is a tool, not a destination
Cloud services are no longer just a destination but a tool, as enterprises recognize the need for a hybrid multicloud model, says Nutanix.
Juniper study reveals top AI trends in APAC region
Juniper's research shows an increase in enterprise artificial intelligence adoption over the last 12 months is yielding tangible benefits to organisations.
Fortinet's Security Fabric hits new record for integrations
The Fortinet Security Fabric has surpassed 500 technology integrations with more than 300 Fabric-Ready Technology Alliance Partners.
ESET updates products and launches 'Inspect Cloud' solution
ESET has refreshed its line of business products and announced the arrival of ESET Inspect Cloud, designed to help businesses with security measures.
Red Hat and Microsoft collaborate with an automation solution
Red Hat and Microsoft collaborate to offer Red Hat Ansible Automation Platform on Microsoft Azure, enabling flexible automation for customers.
IOTech partners with Google Cloud to provide integrated edge-cloud solutions at scale
IOTech expands partnership with Google Cloud to offer smart edge-cloud solutions for industrial users, addressing challenges like OT/IT integration.
Informatica launches Cloud Data Marketplace to deliver data democratisation to more
Informatica launches Cloud Data Marketplace, increasing data sharing, improving productivity, and enabling better decision-making.
ForgeRock launches new features to help enterprises make the move to the cloud
ForgeRock introduces new features to aid hybrid enterprises with access management, including Pass-Through Authentication and Just-in-Time Migration.
New Zealand IT spending on the rise, set to reach $14.7 billion by 2022
New Zealand's IT spending is set to reach NZ$14.7bn in 2022, with businesses shifting towards cloud services, says Gartner.
ManageEngine brings endpoint protection capabilities to enterprise customers
ManageEngine adds data loss prevention, anti-ransomware, and endpoint compliance to its UEM solution. Remote work has caused a 500% spike in ransomware attacks.
Jamf unveils a range of new features at its 12th annual conference
Jamf has kicked off its 12th annual Jamf Nation User Conference with more than 11,000 Apple administrators in attendance worldwide.
Lack of digitisation costs millions per year for Australian businesses
Organisations are losing one and a half days per week per employee, due to ineffective digital solutions, costing millions, says MYOB.
Paradox - Enterprise leaders want more IT freedom and more security at the same time
Hysolate's study reveals enterprise IT and security leaders want more IT freedom and more IT security at the same time.
Businesses to recover to pre-COVID-19 levels this year, report finds
Most enterprises expect their business levels to recover to at least pre-COVID levels in 2021, with 22% expecting to exceed them, according to a study by Omdia.
Rimini Street signs marketplace agreement with New Zealand Govt
Rimini Street becomes approved supplier on New Zealand Government Marketplace, offering support for Oracle, SAP, and Salesforce.