Migration news stories - Page 4
Cyber security methods failing to protect control systems
"The connectivity of traditionally closed industrial settings represents a new threat vector for cyber attacks," says Michela Menting of ABI Research.
Zebra warns a crossroads is approaching for mobile strategies worldwide
The Windows Embedded operating systems that run on more than 15 million mobile devices globally, reach end-of-support within five years.
Desktop Migration - Flawlessly managing complexities and saving critical data
Komputer Kraft Consulting (KKC) heads up Migrate7 in the APAC region for enterprise desktop migration in complex environments.
13 areas to cover before every cloud migration
The tech industry is NZ’s third largest export earner and fastest growing sector. NZ’s hosting and infrastructure services were worth $767m in 2013.
Windows Server 2003 key opportunity for virtualisation
The imminent end of life of Windows Server 2003 is bringing a new wave of virtualisation – even if many businesses are struggling to part with it.
NZ annual net migration rises to new record as Indian student numbers swell
New Zealand's annual net migration rose to another record in January as fewer locals departed for Australia, while Indian student numbers continued to
Immigration rises to a fresh record, fuelled by returning kiwis, Indian students
New Zealand's annual migration rose to a record for the fourth consecutive month in November, led by fewer kiwis crossing the Tasman, more returnin