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MuleSoft & Infosys partner to boost hybrid cloud integration services
MuleSoft has partnered with Infosys to boost MuleSoft's Anypoint Platform and increase the range of hybrid cloud integration services.
Akamai discovers new DDoS threats, issues medium risk level
A potentially malicious DDoS vulnerability has been discovered by Akamai's Security Intelligence Response team.
Smart tracking tech: prepare for the next 10 years of evolution
Current tracking tech can pinpoint GPS accuracy to within a few metres. It will get much more powerful in the next decade, Daniel Lewkovitz says.
Symantec offers encryption software for web hosters
Web hosters must make sure their websites are encrypted for security, trust & to keep their business afloat. Symantec has offered one solution.
Brocade sets sights on improving server and network automation
Brocade offers network automation to help companies remain agile as they digitise their business.
IBM and Cisco collaboration targets IoT analytics
The Internet of Things is coming to businesses previously unable to harness its power, thanks to a collaboration between IBM and Cisco.
HP channels mobility with new range
HP NZ announced its next generation of products: The HP Elite x3, HP Elite x2 1012, HP EliteBook Folio and the HP ZBook Studio G3 Workstation.
PlayStation 4 hits 40 million sales with no signs of slowing
PlayStation 4 is the fastest-selling console in PlayStation history, after sales passed more than 40 million units worldwide.
DigitalOcean launches new Bangalore data center
DigitalOcean has launched its newest data center in Bangalore, India, the company reports.
Megaport wins contracting deal with Verizon Digital Media Services
Megaport has announced that Verizon Digital Media Services will be using its services to provide direct connections to Verizon content.
Potential Windows zero-day security exploit worth $90,000 on underground market
A single Windows zero-day vulnerability could be sold amongst the underground cybercrime market, potentially affecting more than 1.5 billion users.
Durex survey: when you're on holiday, touch your partner, not your phone
Your phone, your laptop, your tablet and maybe even your Fitbit could be ruining your holiday love life, a recent survey by Durex found.
Brocade helps school create "campus nervous system"
IP specialist Brocade has helped Mazenod College to transform its "campus nervous system" into a fully digital school with up to 100Mbps of bandwidth.
Forrester Wave report champions Emarsys as strong performer in B2C marketing
The 'Forrester Wave Cross-Channel Campaign Management, Q2 2016 Report' has highlighted some of the best-performing B2C cloud marketing providers.
Australian Department of Treasury signs off on Expense8 SaaS implementation
The Australian Department of Treasury is the latest to adopt the Expense8 SaaS platform that is steadily being implemented in many departments.
NetApp announces new ONTAP9 OS, the "next generation" of data center storage
NetApp has announced the new NetApp ONTAP 9 OS, which the company says is the next generation of hybrid cloud data center management.
IDC forecasts steady growth for server microprocessor market
The microprocessor market is set to keep growing, driven by growth from cloud providers and storage systems, a report from IDC says.
Digital solutions company Fronde returns to profit after challenging year
Tech company Fronde has announced its latest financial results, with a return to profit of $1.42 million.
NZ data management firm G3 Group reports 12% profit increase, eyeing market expansion
Document management firm G3 Group has reported a 12% increase in profit of $2.14 million and is set to raise capital for expansion plans.
Collaboration is the new weapon in your cyber security toolkit
Intel Security says your company could be 38-100% more effective at preparing for cyber attacks, if your security staff & systems could work together.
NZ broadcasters choose LiveU as live video coverage vendor
LiveU has announced that it has secured further stakes in New Zealand's broadcasting and news industry as demand for its live video services grows.
Exclusive: New strategies to combat cyber attacks, from LogRhythm
Some SMEs are are ignoring cyber security and risk becoming just another statistic. Bill Smith & Bill Taylor at LogRhythm explain why.
Danti: Destroying your data through one unpatched exploit
Danti is one of the newest and most dangerous groups of hackers taking advantage of a dangerous exploit that can gain access to IT systems and infect
Budget 2016: What it means for NZ's tech industry
The government's 2016 budget: "Innovative New Zealand" package inject an extra $761.4 million over four years into science & technology.