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SDN from Allied Telesis providing huge benefits for enterprises
The rise of SDN has seen huge changes to the cloud and data centres worldwide, but are you aware of the benefits it can have for enterprises?
Enterprise AR and wearable tech: Not to be underestimated
“It is clear that the overall status of the enterprise market for AR and wearable technology is at a tipping point."
Cyber security now about mitigating risk
“In 2016, cyber security will move further toward the boardroom as a corporate issue and become a continual process of risk mitigation."
Where is Wi-Fi headed?
It’s impossible to remember a world without Wi-Fi. The ability to connect users to a wireless network is one of our most significant developments.
Huawei tackles weak Wi-Fi problem with new solution
"Leveraging an innovative architecture, Huawei's Agile Distributed Wi-Fi Solution helps enterprises solve Wi-Fi network challenges."
Preventing advanced threat breaches is nothing more than a fantasy
"As organisations’ security programs continue to mature, they are learning that claims of being able to prevent advanced threat breaches are fantasy."
Ezidebit launches cloud-based payment system for Aussie businesses
“Our new platform offers more ways to help our customers run their businesses more efficiently and get paid on time."
SugarCRM caters to Aussie enterprises with new data centre
SugarCRM has opened its first data centre in Sydney, with the intent to provide local customers with improved efficiencies and security.
Birst emerging leader in business intelligence space
“Our commitment is to lead the analytics industry in innovation through networked approach to business intelligence that delivers value to customers."
Wearables developers hit $29m funding milestone
“We are already doing pilot trials of Skylight, and we're excited about the potential it has to impact and transform entire industrial sectors."
Dramatic shift taking place in enterprise technology space
"This shift, due to a society that demands a people-friendly user experience in the workplace, will blur the lines between the enterprise and life."
Road to 2025: Digital economy to hit $4.8trillion during second digital revolution
A fresh wave of digital transformation is coming, with industries across the board impacted by the ‘Second Digital Revolution’.
Fortinet and VMware team up, take on data centre security
Fortinet has collaborated with VMware to bring a new cybersecurity offering to Software-Defined Data Centres (SDDC).
Can virtualisation solve the data control problem?
“Our research clearly identified two major challenges faced by IT executives - the copy data proliferation problem and the copy data access problem."
Ixia: Protecting enterprises from cyber attacks with new offering
Looking to protect enterprises from cyber attacks, Ixia has added ThreatAmor to its visibility architecture portfolio.
Explosion of SaaS applications in enterprise causing security concerns
The increase in SaaS adoption has the potential to introduce new security risks or allow unauthorised access to sensitive data.
CIOs and mobility: Stop reacting, start doing
“The proliferation of employee-owned mobile devices has placed the IT department in a reactive state.”
Acronis looks to roll out quantum encryption solutions
“This kind of solution will become the de-facto standard for the cloud, and Acronis, as a first-mover, will have a strong edge.”
Fortinet's FortiAP-S series for cloud-managed Secure Wi-Fi
For the first time NZ enterprises, managed service providers, venues, schools and others can add Secure Wi-Fi network capabilities to their network.
IBM: Securing third party apps in the enterprise
IBM has upped its cloud security game with a new solution that helps make ‘bring your own’ cloud apps safe for work.
Google's new Project Aura focuses on 'building cool wearables'
Google appears to be working in earnest to fulfill its promise to revamp the Google Glass and bring a new wearable device to enterprises.
There’s a new player in the enterprise tablet space
With the addition of Windows 8.1, customers can choose an enterprise-class tablet that best fits their mobile strategy."
Enterprise wearables are here to stay
“Despite the breadth of wearable devices, smart glasses remain the most powerful tool for hands-on workers.”
World's first Intelligent Gateway sets out to simplify IoT deployments
"Arrow Intelligent Services is the 'fabric' that will enable the edge-to-enterprise integration of IoT solutions," says Aiden Mitchell from Arrow.