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NETSCOUT sells off handheld network testing portfolio
NETSCOUT has dropped its entire handheld network test (HNT) tools business and sold it to US investment firm StoneCalibre, which will then spin out HNT as a standalone company.
Study finds social media for businesses is more than just marketing
Social media is not an afterthought for businesses that know how to use it – in fact, it can bring benefits including community engagement, client support, and market insights.
The Missing Link to resell industrial cybersecurity solutions across A/NZ
Australian IT firm The Missing Link is now the preferred reseller for Nozomi Network’s industrial cybersecurity solutions across Australia and New Zealand.
Pitney Bowes adds geography-specific data to commerce marketplace
Global ecommerce solutions provider Pitney Bowes is venturing farther into the world of data licensing, as it now offers more than 1500 geography-specific data sets for purchase.
The good and bad of Office 365 security
Let’s start with the positives. Office 365 adoption, and going cloud in general, is good for security.
Alibaba Cloud & SDL to help firms grow digital business across Asia
Alibaba Cloud and content management provider SDL are now working together to help global brands launch and grow their digital businesses across the Asia and China markets.
Businesses failing to grasp customer experience know-how
More than one third of customers are not impressed with their customer experience, while 83% say they’ve had at least one issue when interacting with a company.
Zebra Technologies adds Xplore's rugged computing devices to growing portfolio
Zebra Technologies' acquisition of Xplore Technologies brings opportunities for channel partners
Domain Name Commission wins lawsuit against US intelligence firm DomainTools
"The ruling temporarily puts to an end DomainTools’ bulk harvesting of .nz domain holders’ personal information and selling that data for a profit."
Inland Revenue seminars to help businesses understand payday filing
To help New Zealand business owners understand the changes coming to how they file employees’ payday information, Inland Revenue is conducting more than 300 seminars around the country.
Chatham Islands get new IoT network
When world-leading IoT networks come to mind, you might not necessarily think of the Chatham Islands as having one of them.
Konica Minolta's new Aussie partnership pledges more automation in manufacturing
Konica Minolta and mobile robot manufacturer Mobile Industrial Robots say they’re about to bring even more automation to their Australian clients.
You’re invited – Artificial Intelligence in the Enterprise summit 2018
Designed for the C-suite, CTOs, directors, and business professionals, this summit gives you the chance to explore AI. It can help you network, spot potential areas of concern, and how your business can make the most of AI.
Time for channel professionals to get serious about their career credentials
Few universities teach indirect or channel marketing, which is posing challenges for employers that want to expand channel services.
2018 proves to be a mixed bag of severe cyber threats, report finds
There are more than 100,000 known vulnerabilities that are open to exploitation from attackers.
Seven strategies for doing business in a post-digital world
You’ve done the digital transformation project. Now what? Many organisations are shifting their mode of operation.
BlackBerry to roll out EoT platform by end of 2018
BlackBerry has unveiled a new Enterprise of Things (EoT) platform that enables OEMs to produce ‘things’ with high levels of security and safety.
The right marketplace can offer lucrative ways to attract new customers
Marketplace can help you to provide a stronger, more efficient service for your customers. And happy customers equal repeat customers.
NZTech chief: Don't wait for the government, let's find NZ's CTO ourselves
Why do we need a government-appointed chief technology anyway? Those sentiments have been echoing around New Zealand’s tech community after the scandal and failed recruitment of marketing techrepreneur Derek Handley.
Y Soft lifts sales volumes through SaaS and multi-product strategies
Enterprise office solutions provider Y Soft has grown its sales volume over the 2017-2018 fiscal year by 45%, equating to US$45 million (AU$62.9 million).
Interview: CA Technologies explores the state of digital trust in APJ
A recent survey by CA Technologies found that 40% of APJ executives have sold customer data, although many cybersecurity pros aren’t actually aware that this happened. How is this possible?
Uni students' cashflow solution scoops MYOB IT Challenge award
Four students from the University of Auckland scooped the top award at MYOB’s IT Challenge finals for their simple and intuitive cashflow calendar designed for small- and medium-sized businesses.
Entry deadline extended for the 2018 iSANZ Awards
New Zealand’s talented security businesses and individuals now have extra time up their sleeves to enter this year’s iSANZ awards.
Startup Dunedin gets funding boost from Dunedin City Council
Donedin’s startup ecosystem is getting a $150,000 boost over the next two years, thanks to the Dunedin City Council’s Economic Development Committee.
The six golden keys to successful identity assurance
When someone tries to access your internal systems, how can you be sure a user is who they claim to be?