SaaS news stories - Page 5
IDC forecasts cloud spending to reach $1.3 trillion by 2025
International Data Corporation has forecast global "whole cloud" spending to reach $1.3 trillion by 2025.
Cloudera appoints SaaS industry veteran as VP and managing director for ANZ
Cloudera has announced the appointment of Robert Yue as the new vice president and managing director for Australia and New Zealand.
TechnologyOne makes first international acquisition
“It demonstrates our deep commitment to serving the higher education sector and the UK market," says founder.
How low-code is helping curb technical sprawl
Low-code or rapid-application development (RAD) platforms are quickly becoming an organisation’s most valuable tool, writes Hyland country manager for A/NZ Jamie Atherton.
Commvault brings on new vice president for Metallic in APJ
"I look forward to working with our team and partners across APJ to deliver Metallics' breadth of portfolio, its flexibility, simplicity and scalability, all for the benefit of our customers.”
A/NZ CRE company expands into billion-dollar UK market
"We believe now is the right time to take some of that learning and test markets beyond Australasia to the UK, one of the largest CRE markets in the world."
Microsoft Teams, ServiceNow, Gmail, Jira integrated for risk and compliance with 6click
"This creates boundless opportunities to make companies more efficient."
VMware expands SaaS innovations on Horizon Platform
"IT teams can deploy, manage and scale virtual desktops and apps across private and public cloud environments."
SaaS and IaaS environments fragmented as cloud privileges are misconfigured
"Unless you’re keeping a close watch on identities, behaviour, and privileges across each and every SaaS and IaaS you rely on, you’re a sitting duck."
DX & SaaS could offer $224b 'digital dividend' for Australian economy - report
Australia has a $224 billion opportunity on its doorstep, but that opportunity means that the country would need to fast-track its investments in SaaS, says TechnologyOne.
Cloud services: Finding the right fit
Not every cloud services model works for every organisation, so it pays to be diligent and find the right fit, writes Hyland country manager for A/NZ Jamie Atherton.
Aqua Security rolls out new Aqua Platform with unified console
Cloud-native security company Aqua Security is rolling out its new Aqua Platform with a unified console.
BlackBerry releases Jarvis 2.0 the latest edition of its flagship analysis tool
BlackBerry has released BlackBerry Jarvis 2.0, the latest edition of its flagship software composition analysis tool.
Qlik updates partner program with new Cloud Services track
"This program will enable partners to deliver consistent value with a collaborative teaming approach that fully supports our customers on their journey to the cloud.”
New certification standards announced, designed to secure and protect consumer data
Vanta has announced the public availability of two new certification standards designed to help secure the internet and protect consumer data.
Network security in the cloud more important than ever
Despite security issues, more organisations than ever are moving workloads to the cloud, building applications in the cloud and subscribing to a wide range of SaaS and other cloud services.
How to focus cloud-centric organisations’ data protection
Organisations can embrace digital transformation with confidence by including these crucial considerations in data protection strategy planning and execution.
Kaseya CEO addresses REvil affiliate ransomware attack on the company’s VSA customers
Kaseya’s CEO addresses the sophisticated ransomware attack by a REvil affiliate on the company’s VSA customers.
Medallia chooses Oracle as preferred cloud infrastructure provider
Oracle has announced it’s been selected by Medallia as a preferred cloud infrastructure provider to power the Medallia Experience Cloud SaaS platform.
CyberArk releases updates to deliver broader identity protection
CyberArk has advanced its identity security platform with new cloud solutions and shared services, in a bid to secure risky access and deliver broad identity protection.
Trend Micro launches new Cloud One service for open source software
Trend Micro has launched a new Cloud One service that finds vulnerabilities, improves visibility, and provides tracking automation for open source software.
Choosing the optimal SaaS backup solution
Here’s why SaaS backup should not be overlooked as it becomes such a crucial practice for enterprises.
Cloud account takeovers present serious security risk to enterprises
"Cloud account compromises and sensitive information loss can disrupt business, damage brand reputation, and cost organisations millions annually.”
Varonis launches security solution for cloud and SaaS applications
According to Varonis, it is becoming more complex to secure sensitive data against cyber attacks and accidental exposure.