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HCL Technologies bolsters precision marketing offering
HCL Technologies has launched a new marketing product designed to assist organisations with taking their precision marketing strategies to the next level.
G2 ranks the best software from A/NZ
The team at G2 evaluated 22,500 global reviews for Australian and Kiwi vendors to determine the Best 25.
UK-based Access acquires Attaché
"The Australasian market is seen as an excellent place to support Access in delivering its next stage of growth."
MICROMINE announces new CEO
Former MYOB Group COO Andrew Birch has been named as the new CEO for software consulting firm for the mining sector, MICROMINE.
Fresho: The supply chain tech tackling NZ's food waste problem
“I knew the food business was ripe for change having experienced first-hand the thousands of dollars wasted on food in a working kitchen every day."
Red Hat launches Linux platform for SAP software environments
According to SAP, the solution will make it easier for IT organisations to pursue data centre standardisation.
IDC: Traditional carriage connectivity to stale in AU as SDN takes over
The enterprise connectivity market in Australia is on the verge of becoming significantly more software-defined according to IDC.
BackupAssist announces Version 10 of server backup and recovery software
The newest version features the option to use public cloud infrastructure like Microsoft Azure or Amazon AWS S3 for backup data storage.
Blackboard provides a roadmap to the cloud for higher education
The widespread availability of business-grade “as-a-service” (aka cloud) offerings is affecting all industries. Higher education is no exception.
Gartner on the five steps crucial to closing SaaS security gaps
Business goals can be achieved only when the same security principles and governance being applied in-house are also applied to the public cloud.
Cisco Services' revenues continue to expand
As Cisco transitions the business model, the savings from global headcount reductions will be invested to further expand software and services