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Dicker Data empowers over 550 technology professionals at TechX event
Keynote speaker Mark Iles delivered a thought-provoking session on local market trends and provided partners with a roadmap to success.
Apple brings always-on display to the Watch Series 5
Both Apple Watch Series 5 (GPS) and (GPS + Cellular) models will be available in stores beginning Friday, 20 September.
All the details on Apple’s newest iPhones
Apple unveiled its latest range of iPhones today focusing on camera improvements on top of the standard performance updates users have come to expect.
Hands-on review: The middle-of-the-road 2019 iPad Air
Apple's 2019 iPad Air falls squarely in the middle of the workhorse iPad Pro and the entry-level iPad in terms of price point and specification.
Challenger mobile service provider Kogan Mobile launches on Vodafone network
With 30, 90 and 365 day prepay options, New Zealanders can choose a saving to suit their lifestyle and bring their own device and their own number.
VMware launches software-defined networking and security stack built for multi-cloud
VMware networking and security portfolio delivers more automation, compliance, visibility, and scale across the data centre, cloud, branch and edge.
VMware Cloud on AWS helping businesses migrate applications
VMware Cloud on AWS is a jointly engineered service that brings VMware’s software- defined data centre capabilities to Amazon Web Services (AWS), with optimised access to AWS services.
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VMware announces new features on Workspace ONE platform
The new management, security and multi-cloud VDI features will allow IT teams to leverage automation to intelligently manage and secure access to any app, on any cloud.
Hands-on review: Dyson V11 is the smartest stick vac on the block
It’s a vacuum cleaner that displays the efficiency and precision of cleaning only seen in advertisements, and never actually played out in real-life use cases.
Passports, licenses of 300 leaked in Ministry for Culture and Heritage data breach
The documents leaked included 228 passports, 55 driver licenses, and 36 birth certificates – making the victims vulnerable to identity theft by cyber-criminals.
Puppet launches vulnerability remediation product
With vulnerabilities and security breaches on the rise, the latest Puppet product helps IT teams find, prioritise and remediate vulnerabilities.
Streaming service Disney+ coming to NZ – pricing and dates
The services will be another competitor entering the streaming market to compete with the likes of Netflix, Sky’s Neon offering, Lightbox.
Check Point: Attackers executing commands remotely with latest malware
Threat actors are quick to try and exploit new vulnerabilities when they emerge, before organisations have had the chance to patch them.
Air NZ faces data breach after staff accounts phished
Air New Zealand says information relating to membership profiles may have been visible on internal documents as a result of the breach.
Former Allied Telesis NZ manager joins Access Networks team
Based in Wellington, Paul Batchelor will be looking after the lower North Island and South Island.
Cybercrime complacency costs Kiwis – Norton
From the Starwood hotels data breach to online services like Flipboard, what steps have you taken to secure your information online?
Interview: Businesses must prepare for privacy regulation update
Privacy regulation in New Zealand is taking its cues from regulation in other jurisdictions - in particular the GDPR.
Epson launches first portable laser projector
The EF-100W/B gives users flexibility as to what they can project onto such as a wall, ceiling or floor.
BitTitan introduces Microsoft Teams migration capabilities to MigrationWiz
New features enable IT professionals to migrate an instance of Teams and corresponding Channels, Conversations, Permissions and Files to a new Microsoft Office 365 tenant.
Tech tycoon game Tech Corp. early access available on Steam
Tech Corp. is a business simulator in which you have to create and run your own technology firm to become the next big shot in the tech industry.
Kickstarter campaign brings 80s games back in a handheld console
Lyra can virtually emulate any game console of the classic era, making it possible for you to carry hundreds of them in your pocket.
Sony introduces high-resolution Alpha 7R IV camera
The new Alpha 7R IV features a newly developed 35mm full-frame, back-illuminated CMOS image sensor with a resolution of 61.0 MP.
HID Global: Key considerations for secure card issuance
Many organisations are looking to secure card issuance technology for the safest, most secure access and ID credentials, but selecting a provider can be overwhelming.
Festive tear-jerkers top YouTube ad leaderboards
With over 85% of Singaporeans visiting YouTube monthly, brands and agencies are fully invested in adopting videos as their preferred digital canvas.