IT / Information Technology stories
How OT/IT security gaps threaten industrial transformation in Australia
To reap the full benefits of Industry 4.0, security teams need to understand what they can do to harden their legacy systems.
IT professionals in UK SMES lack crucial knowledge
Research by Sharp, a provider of business technology products and SMEs across Europe, shows a clear IT knowledge gap amongst smaller firms in the UK.
ACS and Zenva join forces to boost Australia’s IT skills
ACS has entered into a Memorandum of Understanding with the online training platform, Zenva, to boost Australia’s IT skills.
Bridging the gap to safeguard critical infrastructure
The integration of OT systems into IT networks expands their attack surface and creates new risks that need to be managed.
Edge computing driving IT and OT convergence for real business impact
The best way forward is through IT/OT convergence, which will help a business drive efficiency, productivity and profitability.
IBM, One NZ, Datacom: Attractive Employers in IT Sector
Randstad research names IBM, One NZ and Datacom amongst the most attractive employers in New Zealand within the IT and telecommunications sector.
Lumify Learn addresses the digital skills shortage
Lumify Group launches its new training provider, Lumify Learn, to positively impact Australasia's growing digital skills shortage.
NVIDIA releases the GeForce RTX 4060 game-ready driver
The NVIDIA Ada Lovelace architecture at the heart of the GeForce RTX 4060 delivers a massive upgrade, with AI-powered DLSS 3, and supercharging creative apps.
Dell APEX data storage and private cloud services expand availability
Dell APEX expands global reach, introduces new capabilities and delivers enhancements to support demanding workloads.
Brace168 partners with Schneider Electric to support OT users
Engagements with early customers have already delivered significant reductions in risk and enabled compliance deadlines to be met.
Get a scholarship in IT with Whitecliffe this February
Whitecliffe is providing Information Technology Scholarships across various programmes for its February 2023 intake.
Study web development at Whitecliffe for $5000 less in February
Whitecliffe is offering a $5000 discount on its Online Diploma in Web Development + Design for students who enrol in the February 2023 intake.
TeamViewer chosen to streamline Henkel's IT department
With TeamViewer Tensor, the company was able to simplify its global internal IT support and make it more efficient.
Spark becomes technology partner for Parliamentary Service
This change comes after the NZ Parliament announced in 2019 that it was moving away from externally-contracted IT services and focusing on in-house IT for user support instead.
DXC Technology expands global partnership with Dynatrace
DXC Platform X enables organisations to transform by preventing and auto-resolving issues and ensuring the silent running of mission-critical systems.
Gartner forecasts worldwide IT spending to grow 5.1% in 2023
Despite economic headwinds, IT spending in Australia and New Zealand is forecast to grow 6% next year as organisations push ahead with digital initiatives.
Castlepoint CEO Greaves wins accolades in cybersecurity
Rachael Greaves, CEO of Castlepoint Systems, has been named Australia’s most Outstanding Woman in IT security.
Fortinet introduces enhanced AIOps across its gateways
FortiAIOps builds on Fortinet's rich history of developing artificial intelligence to deliver actionable network insights for self-optimising management.
Talend Data Health Barometer reveals ability to manage data is worsening
Most respondents believe data is important, 97% face challenges in using it effectively, and nearly half say it’s not easy to use data to drive business impact
IDC finds the majority of executives expecting a recession
59% of respondents believe 2023 will be a recession year. Of these, nearly 30% believe we are amidst a recession. Another 26% expect a recession in later 2022.
Micro Focus SaaS offerings praised in new GigaOm Radar report
The LoadRunner family of performance engineering solutions was positioned leader in the GigaOm Radar for Cloud Performance Testing Tools report.
Three waters IT system project could top $500m, warns National
A new project merging local councils' water service IT systems as part of the three waters reforms could blow out beyond the $500 million upper limit officials have quoted, National says.
Finance, HR and IT leaders working to close acceleration gap
In the report titled 'Closing the Acceleration Gap: Toward Sustainable Digital Transformation', Workday sought to understand the pace of digital transformation.
Flowingly raises $4.5m for automation, workflow efficiency
NZ-based software company Flowingly has raised $4.5 million in Pre-Series A funding, which the company says it will use to continue its global expansion.