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Attackers sharpen skills, so must CISO's
CISO’s must increase their knowledge of the current vulnerability and attack landscape, such as mobile and social technologies, to more effectively combat emerging security threats.
Synnex acquires IBM’s customer services business
Synnex’s US$505m acquisition of IBM’s customer services business is big news for the CRM BPO market.
IBM comes to the aid of NZ healthcare providers
IBM has implemented a new software platform for the New Zealand Ministry of Health to support the personalised health records for all patients throughout New Zealand.
Can IBM and Adobe lead the enterprise digital marketing platform?
With mega-vendors investing tens of billions of dollars to gain a foothold in the enterprise digital marketing platforms market, Ovum believes IBM and Adobe hold the short-term advantage.
IBM cuts 1500 Oz jobs - will Kiwis benefit?
While IBM Australia plays down job loss reports, sections of the media speculate the move could send offshore work across the Tasman to New Zealand.
Can IBM make a difference in your workplace?
Live from Westcon Group Imagine 2013, IBM tells Techday how it can make a difference in your workplace and make history at the same time.
Restructuring Certus expands business divisions
Australasia’s largest pure play IBM software and services company announces significant business restructure.
Konica Minolta appoints new CEO
In-house replacement found for departing CEO Evan Johnson, who takes same position with parent company CSG.
IBM update: Outage continues
Yesterday's outage at IBM's South Auckland data centre continues despite the company making the issue a high priority.
Oo look! Microsoft mobile strategy might not be stillborn after all.
New research indicates Microsoft's mobile strategy has some run in it yet.
IBM beats Wall Street estimates during Q4
World's largest technology services company reports growing income despite slight drop in revenue.
Computers will learn human senses in five years
A list of innovations that have the potential to change the way people work, live and interact during the next five years.
Certus kick-offs ANZ territory appointments
Regions largest specialist IBM system integration company appoints Lee Eglinton in first of three hirings across ANZ.
Certus more than "just a tech partner"
New Solutions Group director appointment critical to doubling company size within the next three years.
Document archiving done right
For a business owner or administrator, it has the promise of an infomercial. Save money, time and effort!
Cloud computing increases IT innovation says IBM study
Latest findings suggests an opportunity for IT departments to lead on innovation through Cloud computing.
IBM launches SmartCamp for ANZ entrepreneurs
Innovative tech startups invited to present their ideas for a chance to win a mentorship package, and entry into the regional finals in Beijing.
Virtualisation – how far we have come
By Adrian De Luca, chief technology officer, Hitachi Data Systems Australia and New Zealand
Extreme mid-sized enterprise push
Extreme Networks is on the move – with the company seeking a much stronger presence in the mid-sized enterprise market and beyond.
Telecom receives brain award
Application of 'whole brain' concept sees telco recognised alongside IBM and Microsoft.
Creating a multiplier effect
Partnerships between small, local companies and large global enterprises can be beneficial for customers. Phil Sheehan, ISV partner executive, IBM New Zealand, gives his advice on what to consider, if you choose providers who work in a partnership.
Keeping assets in order
A new asset management system has automated maintenance scheduling at Port Taranaki and given it just-in-time management of its spare parts inventory.
Apple's antenna boss fired?
The Senior Vice President responsible for the iPhone 4 antenna is reported to have been fired from Apple.