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Internet of Things / IoT
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How enterprise tech will evolve in 2019
"2019 will see many mainstream businesses leapfrogging the initial disruptors."
How IoT brings intelligence to the edge
“It is critical for enterprise organisations to have a strategy that unifies edge to cloud connectivity."
NZ’s ‘smartest street’ underway in Auckland
Spark, with the help of several partners, has installed IoT devices in a 300m stretch of an Auckland street in a major step toward smart city status.
Vodafone NZ strengthens IoT network with new tech rollout
Vodafone has launched two new IoT technologies that will allow greater expansion of solutions across New Zealand.
New digital business means “The cloud is no longer enough”
Gartner research shows that as the need for beyond-edge customer engagement rises, infrastructure service providers need to follow suit.
Adapt or die - Australian trades must embrace the IoT wave
IoT is taking the world by storm - technology is no longer a ‘nice-to-have’ but a must have. Today, even the oldest trades have to adapt to survive.
How IoT and hybrid cloud will change in 2019
"Traditional VPN software solutions are obsolete for the new IT reality of hybrid and multi-cloud."
Zebra finds 10x increase in intelligent APAC enterprises
Second annual survey reveals increased IoT investment, real-time data sharing and front-line empowerment.
Get ready to ride the new wave of WiFi
With the increasing demand for wireless internet in every space, it is time be thinking about how the inevitable next-generation of WiFi will look.
Forrester’s 14 quick tech predictions for 2019
Forrester weighs in on 2019 predictions, looking at how organisations will shift into a more precise application of transformative technologies.
5G expected to hit A/NZ by 2020, according to MIT
According to a report by MIT Technology Review Insights, APAC is well on the way to being a digital landscape with 5G just around the corner.
IoT security forecast to become a 1.5 billion dollar market
"IoT cyber attacks are already a frighting reality, with 20% of companies reporting breaches."
Xiaomi fans bubble over at Mi Store grand opening
The fans filled Auckland’s Westfield Sylvia Park to take advantage of the opening specials and get their hands on some Xiaomi tech.
Gartner’s top 10 IoT tech trends
“CIOs who master innovative IoT trends have the opportunity to lead digital innovation in their business.”
Dell Index reveals we are not the leaders we think we are
Dell’s Digital transformation index shows that while 45% of A/NZ business heads believe they’ll disrupt rather than be disrupted, only 7% are Leaders.
90% of enterprises to adopt multi/hybrid cloud by 2024
IDC has compiled its top ten global IT predictions for the coming years during the 'second chapter' of digital transformation.
Creating value for businesses through data-driven insights
"To meet the expectations of today’s customer, companies must move beyond products into services."
Arrow Electronics and Infineon to provide A/NZ startup support
The companies signed a memorandum of understanding to support startups across Australia and New Zealand, among other countries.
Paessler and Sigfox partner for IoT monitoring solution
PRTG Network Monitor provides real-time visibility of the IT infrastructure associated with Sigfox’s dedicated network.
Gartner’s top tips to keep relevant in the face of change
“Continuous change can be made into an asset if an organisation sharpens its vision in order to see the future coming.”
China vs the US – who’s winning the ICT market battle?
Amidst trade tensions, the two superpowers are taking two very different paths with their ICT investments.
Gartner’s top 10 tech trends for 2019
Gartner has released a list of what it sees as the most important strategic tech trends to be aware of in the quickly upcoming year.
Exclusive: ServerFarm CEO discusses data centre workforce woes
Not only is there a clear gender disparity in the industry, but Papouchado says the existing workforce is aging.
Arrow and Thundersoft team up to drive Asian edge development
Edge computing is a hot topic around the world and now a new collaboration has been formed in a bid to open the market for engineers and developers in Asia.