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Why a more secure organisation is a collective responsibility
With vast volumes of data moving to the cloud, many IT professionals are frequently challenged to protect their enterprise environment, and there is a greater focus being placed on advancing cybersecurity strategies.
Interview: Cloudera's take on how 5G drives change across cloud and the edge
Just a few years ago, 5G was introduced as a technology that could change the world.
Spark opens doors to 5G & IoT innovation studio in Auckland
Spark’s Innovation Studio supports technologies across networks including 4G, 5G, Cat M1, LoRaWAN, and NB IoT.
Peeling back the layers of the edge
Red Hat’s broad portfolio provides the connectivity, integration, and infrastructure as the basis for the platform, application, and developer services.
The secret ingredients to supply chain tech success
A connected supply chain networkleads to the most effective resolutions because all parties can collaborate directly with each other in-network from a single source of the truth.
IoT botnets: Perspectives from a residential router
Surprisingly, a vast volume of malicious traffic can reach a residential device, writes Radware head of research Daniel Smith.
Organisations investing in IoT, AI to enhance CX following COVID-19
Pandemic challenges have catalysed technology trends across the globe and accelerated organisations' digital transformations sooner than initially predicted.
Think 5G for business innovation is out of your company’s reach? Think again
Today more than ever, Australia is seen as ‘the lucky country’, writes Cradlepoint's Gavin Wilson.
Biometric IoT monetisation opportunities suffer from strategic misalignment - report
Strategic misalignment is the prevalent threat keeping innovative biometric monetisation from reaching critical mass in the larger IoT ecosystem.
Sierra Wireless acquires Kiwi IoT solutions company as part of A/NZ expansion
Sierra Wireless, the Canadian-based Internet of Things (IoT) solutions provider, has acquired Auckland-based technology firm M2M One NZ.
IoT-managed services market to reach $166.71b by 2025
IoT-managed services providers are expected to leverage vertical expertise to expand globally, experiencing significant growth overall.
IOTech edge software platform to support Computer Vision and AI at the IoT edge
“Providing our users with the ability to easily run computer vision inference and advanced AI at the edge is an exciting advancement as they launch solutions into the market."
Palo Alto Networks expands IoT security to healthcare
"Palo Alto Networks IoT Security is designed to ensure Healthcare Delivery Organisations can realise the benefits of IoT for patient care — without sacrificing security."
NBN and LEDC partner up to improve infrastructure in 'underserved' areas of Australia
LEDC will first see measures implemented across 14 LEDC locations in New South Wales, with later roll-outs in Victoria and Queensland.
Swann home security kit recognised for innovation
The new 4K NVR Enforcer Kit was named a 2021 CES Innovation Award Honouree.
Iridium launches solution to enhance IoT tracking and asset management
The Iridium Edge Solar, a secure, maintenance-free, solar-powered remote asset tracking and management device, is now commercially available.
Internet of Things operating systems market booming, market research finds
Vendors in the Internet of Things operating systems market will benefit from penetrating of IoT in healthcare sector, according to new findings from TMR.
Data center power market set to reach US$15 billion by 2026
The Global Market Insights report finds that the widespread adoption of IoT and cloud computing technologies among enterprises is propelling the market growth.
Quantea and Attivo Networks launch joint network security solution
"Attivo and Quantea together provide advanced, real-time, in-network threat detection and improved incident response."
Samsung and IBM announce massive collaboration
Together, the companies intend to explore new 5G, edge and hybrid cloud solutions to improve operational efficiency, safety, and flexibility for the enterprise.
IEEE gears up for World Forum on the Internet of Things 2021
Mark your calendar - these are the dates you need to know for the World Forum on Internet of Things 2021.
New edge vulnerability revealed by Forescout
AMNESIA:33 is a set of 33 memory-corrupting vulnerabilities affecting four open-source TCP/IP stacks: uIP; FNET; picoTCP; and Nut/Net.
Three steps to achieve a better patient experience using data in the healthcare industry
Introducing new technology to the healthcare industry beyond COVID-19 will be complicated. The only thing that can simplify it is well-organised data insights.
Australia’s environment deserves real-time monitoring
Australia’s regulators are indirectly polluting the environment due to the adoption of a new regulatory framework. It’s not the framework that’s the issue, but the fact that an upgrade to monitoring technology doesn’t accompany it.