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Oracle to launch new digital sales hubs in Asia Pacific
Oracle has announced plans to digitise its sales programmes by building specialised hubs in the Asia Pacific region.
EXCLUSIVE: CrowdStrike talks APAC, cyber security, EDR & nation-state attacks
Michael Sentonas, CrowdStrike's vice president for Technology Strategy explains why the company has launched in Australia, & biggest security threats.
Canterbury's time to shine in New Zealand's tech economy
Canterbury is one of New Zealand's strong up-and-coming tech hubs, according to Canterbury Tech, the industry body for Christchurch tech companies.
Why is Dell really dropping its assets? To fund its EMC acquisition
Dell is cutting its losses with its sale of Dell Software Group & its non-core assets to focus on its EMC acquisition, according to a TBR white paper.
Kiwi kids sharing stories through web coding & te reo
A educational partnership between Ngai Tahu & Code Club Aotearoa combines web coding & te reo to help children tell their stories through tech.
Wellington agency champions NZTech's 'Digital Nation' report
Wellington has immense value to the tech sector and will become more important as IT influence extends beyond the enterprise, WREDA says.
Do we really need bots and apps to say no to strangers?
When there comes a need for auto-responding bots that can take harassment by its thorns and turn it back on the perpetrator, it makes you wonder.
The war against cyber threats will be worth $9.3 billion in 2021
The war against cyber threats is booming as the security analytics market grows from US$2.83 billion in 2016 to US$9.38 billion in 2021.
Internet of Things / IOT
Research finds it's time to up the security stakes in IoT manufacturing
New research calls for proper security platforms to protect devices residing in the Internet of Things (IoT) sphere now - and in the future.
NZ power companies ignoring Solar tech, consumers pay the price
Emerging technologies in the electricity and transport sectors are being stifled by outdated policies and signals from power companies, says SEANZ.
The JAKU botnet - what you need to know
In short, botnets allow hackers to take control of multiple computers at the one time to spread viruses, create spam and perform attacks.
Penta Security Systems named Frost & Sullivan Cyber Security Vendor of the Year
APAC market leader Penta Security Systems has been awarded the title of Frost & Sullivan Asian Cyber Security Vendor of the Year.
Check Point research: 2300 active global malware families - and they're growing fast
The amount of global malware families just keeps going, with an increase of 15% in May 2016, totalling 2300 unique and active malware families.
BYOD / Bring Your Own Device
Football mania brings security risks to workplace bring-your-own-device policies
As football mania is sweeping the world, employees could be a security risk through your 'bring-your-own-device' policies, warns Flexera Software.
Dell sells its Software Group division to global investment giants
Dell has signed a definitive agreement with Francisco Partners and Elliott Management to sell Dell Software Group for an unspecified price tag.
NZ schools love tech, but we still have outdated procurement methods
New Zealand schools are adopting the rapid growth and evolution of technology faster and better than most schools worldwide, says LMS provider.
Mobile workforce & social networking drive communications infrastructure growth
The mobile workforce and social networking will drive enterprise communication infrastructure market growth to more than 16% CAGR by 2020.
Cognitive systems industry driving more knowledge into IT learning
The global cognitive systems market will generate revenues worth $50 billion between 2016 and 2020, aided by development of self-learning IT systems.
Communications providers must invest in big data analytics to stay ahead, report says
Communications service providers' interest in big data analytics compared to actual return on investment is not adding up, according to new research.
Line-of-business and enterprise-grade cloud solutions fuel vendor market
Line of business departments are fueling growth in enterprise-grade cloud solutions, resulting in a more diverse choice of vendors and solutions.
Do you know if your child is being cyberbullied? These are the red flags
ESET has put together a list of indicators that help parents recognise whether their offspring are being cyberbullied.
FireEye research targets cyber espionage operating out of China
FireEye's new iSIGHT Intelligence report analyses cyber espionage in China, with reports there are 72 groups operating or supporting state interests.
NEXTDC M1 data centre achieves NABERS 4.5 star rating
NEXTDC has achieved a 4.5 rating from NABERS for its Data-Center-as-a-Service provider technology at its M1 center in Port Melbourne, Australia.
Who made the cut: Gartner's Magic Quadrant 2016
Gartner's Magic Quadrant has been the benchmark for companies within the IT industry, as it recognises some of the best providers and vendors.