IT Procurement stories
US' cybersecurity EO has changed software development, says Sonatype
92% of large enterprises now maintain an SBOM (software bill of materials) or plan to implement it in the next year.
Pillar Oil modernises financials with Infor and Progressive TSL
Underpinned by Progressive’s best practice industry framework, Pillar Oil will benefit from enhanced efficiency, reporting, and the ability to scale easily.
Somerville now a supplier partner of Queensland’s Local Buy
Somerville has been appointed as an approved supplier partner with Local Buy, tasked with procurement and probity services to the Queensland Government.
Proactive procurement crucial to secure access to equipment
Aggreko advises proactive equipment procurement to avoid project delays in the booming European data centre market, amidst global supply chain challenges.
Buying less, doing more: How the security operations centre model can help to control cybersecurity
‘Security solutions good, more security solutions better’ is the mentality behind high tech protection procurement, but it's not the best choice.
TCO puts sustainability data back in the hands of IT purchasers
TCO Certified has extended its online product finder to included measurable sustainable performance data for certified products.
Government launches digital procurement processes for IT spending
Clare Curran announces new digital era in NZ government procurement, streamlining processes with Marketplace.
School IT procurement survey finds out which tech wins
A recent survey has asked schools what their IT preferences are for digital devices in the classroom. Which product would be best for you?.
IDC: Kiwi businesses entering 'critical phase of re-evaluation' of IT partnerships
The increasing shift from technology-focused outcomes to business ones is bringing change for the managed services market. IDC New Zealand explains.
The Power of Free
The idea of making the source code of software a secret came along later than you think.
Open source software is growing in popularity worldwide, driven by factors such as cost-cutting and the growth of the internet.