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Jade Software’s plan to get back to surplus in 2022
Jade Software has released its latest financial report, revealing that the company has kept its loss low from $567,000 in FY 2020 to just $153,000 in FY 2021.
LG Electronics’ revenue in NZ grows by 57% in FY 2021
The New Zealand branch of LG Electronics Australia's total revenue shot up by nearly NZD $45 million reaching a total of $123.7 million for FY 2021.
Claroty launches new cloud-based industrial cybersecurity platform
Claroty launches Claroty xDome, a cloud-based industrial cybersecurity platform, to protect cyber-physical systems in various sectors.
Macquarie Telecom rolls out SD-WAN services for mycar Tyre & Auto
Macquarie Telecom says it has rolled out NBN and SD-WAN services to more than 270 mycar Tyre & Auto stores across Australia.
More than a fifth of cybersecurity teams ban the use of public WiFi
Verizon’s fifth annual Mobile Security Index report has revealed a continued rise in significant cyberattacks in the last year involving a mobile/IoT device.
Green hydrogen company Hysata raises AUD $42.5 million
Global investors back Australian company Hysata's hydrogen electrolyser tech as it closes Series A funding round at AUD $42.5m.
BNZ launches first tap-on-phone point of sale app in NZ
Bank of New Zealand has launched BNZ Pay, an innovative mobile app for retailers that transforms an Android device into a contactless payment terminal.
Video: 10 Minute IT Jams - An update from Incode Technologies
Jonathan Andresen joins us today to discuss the identification and authentication solutions offered by Incode.
Why security needs to shape your journey to the cloud
It's estimated that 80% of workloads could be in the cloud in the next few years. How can you make all that data secure?.
TeamViewer and Siemens to innovate product lifecycle space with AR
TeamViewer's new partnership with Siemens Digital Industries Software to bring the power of TeamViewer's AR platform, Frontline, to Siemen Teamcenter software.
OutSystems joins SAP PartnerEdge program, integrates solutions
OutSystems joins SAP PartnerEdge program with a build focus, making it easier for businesses to connect with SAP solutions.
Video: 10 Minute IT Jams - An update from Puppet
Puppet's Tony Green on cybersecurity, hybrid models and scaling consistency with Australian tech teams #TechDay.
More than half of CIOs looking to hire more employees - report
Australian technology sector shows strong growth as CIOs plan to expand headcount, but finding skilled employees remains a challenge - Robert Half research.
WesTrac to streamline DC operations with Dematic's AutoStore
WesTrac has announced plans to automate operations at its distribution center in Tomago, NSW, with the deployment of an AutoStore solution from Dematic.
CERT NZ helps open source community with upgrade of Samba
A collaboration between CERT NZ, Catalyst and the open source community has created a major update for Samba, making it more secure.
EY launches cybersecurity centers in NZ amidst rising cyber threats
EY is launching two cyber security centers in New Zealand, with a potential third, to combat rising threats, including a partnership with Microsoft.
Pure Storage revolutionises St George’s Hospital systems
Pure Storage has modernised St George’s Hospital’s data storage environment to ensure round-the-clock, high-speed access to critical patient information.
Getting your IT fleet devices up to speed with ThingsAt
Tech talent shortage and impending recession increase pressure on businesses. ThingsAt offers device management as a service for cost savings and efficiency.
Sana Commerce builds online ordering portal for Food & Dairy Co
B2B eCommerce platform Sana Commerce says Sydney wholesaler Food & Dairy Co has gone live with its ERP integrated ordering portal.
Human-centric ways of making the workplace desirable to employees
Workers across the globe have been quitting their jobs in record numbers, here's how EverestEngineering's human-centric approach is making a difference.
Dicker Data posts first-half revenue of $1.459 billion
Dicker Data has announced revenue growth of about 36% in the first half of the financial year, with unaudited revenue reaching AUD $1.459 billion.
How to make Artificial Intelligence work for your company
Accenture's report finds only 12% of nearly 1200 companies worldwide have advanced AI to transform their business. How do you ensure you're one of them?.
Infobip’s SMS and WhatsApp services are now available through Microsoft
Infobip has integrated its WhatsApp and SMS channels through Microsoft Dynamics 365 Sales and Microsoft Dynamics 365 Marketing.
Bitdefender identifies 192 active ransomware families worldwide
Bitdefender says the most prevalent of the 192 active ransomware families was WannaCry, which accounted for 42% of detections.