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Red Hat and Samsung, teaming up to tackle enterprise mobility
Red Hat has entered into a strategic alliance with Samsung, with the aim of delivering the next generation of mobile solutions to enterprises.
Wearables in the enterprise driving huge market growth
“The release of Apple Watch has opened the flood gates governing wearables’ adoption. Now that the river is running, it's more about where to start."
Blue Coat acquired for $2.4 billion
Bain Capital, the private investment firm, has acquired Blue Coat from Thoma Bravo in an all-cash transaction valued at approximately $2.4 billion.
Huawei unveils APT big data security solution
Huawei has released a new solution designed to protect against Advanced Persistent Threat (APT) and denial-of-service (DdoS) attacks.
Windows 10 Enterprise: the details
Windows 10 Enterprise is designed to meet the demands of medium and large sized organisations, building on the features of Windows 10 Pro.
Enterprises: Harness the power of the new business ecosystem
"While the concept of a business ecosystem is not new, what is dramatically new, however, is the rate and scope of our ecosystem."
Employees ignoring cyber risks a growing trend
There is a growing disconnect between employee awareness of cyber threats and their actions, with many workers engaging in risky behaviour.
Microsoft backs IT professionals
In response to these growing challenges of a mobile first, cloud first world, Microsoft is more committed than ever to the millions of IT pros.
Windows 10 editions: What you need to know
“We designed Windows 10 to deliver a more personal computing experience... An experience optimised for each device type, but familiar to all.”
Free enterprise security: Bargain or false economy?
A security expert is cautioning against entrusting enterprise security to free security products saying they are a false economy.
Partnership signed to target high-growth Kiwi businesses
Bulletproof and Cloud House have partnered up to deliver cloud services to Kiwi high-growth entrepreneurial businesses.
Shadow IT rife within business; what are you going to do?
CipherCloud has identified an increasing number of enterprises need help with cloud visibility problems, and have launched a Cloud Discovery Enterpris
Why an IoT architecture strategy is essential for enterprises
In order to manage the risks and capitalise on the opportunities of the Internet of Things, enterprises need an IoT architecture strategy says Gartner
Cloud security: What enterprises of today require
CipherCloud, the cloud visibility and data protection provider, has released market research focusing on top security requirements of businesses today
Kordia dips a toe into the NZ medium-enterprise market
Kordia is targeting medium-enterprise (ME) businesses, diversifying its offerings to provide technology and service options at more affordable prices.
Unisys and ServiceNow partner up, focus on enterprise space
Unisys has become a global managed services partner to ServiceNow, in order to deliver integrated service management solutions for enterprise clients.
Nintex boosts channel with senior appointments
Recent changes at Nintex have resulted in the hiring of Josh Waldo as the vice president of channels and strategy.
DevOps, the billion dollar strategy, goes mainstream
By 2016, DevOps will be a mainstream strategy employed by 25% of Global 2,000 organisations, and will no longer be niche.
Kiwi businesswomen need to step it up
New Zealand businesswomen need to be more assertive if they want to arrest the ‘alarming drop’ in their numbers in senior management roles.
Enprise, Brunton scoop top MYOB partner award
Enprise Solutions and Brunton have shared the top award as MYOB Enterprise Solutions Partners of the Year 2014.
AsureQuality posts 5% drop in 1H profit as costs rise; expects to beat FY target
AsureQuality, the state-owned food-testing company, posted a 5 percent drop in first-half profit, reflecting higher operating costs to develop future
War of the wearables comes to the enterprise
"The global wearables market will grow 35% over the next five years, and by 2019 the enterprise wearables market will be worth $18 billion."
Why CIOs need to consider wearable tech in the enterprise
The brave new world of wearable tech - how enterprises can benefit
OpenText responds to demand for cloud services with two initiatives
OpenText has announced the general availability of the OpenText Core, and its Enterprise Information Management portfolio is now available as a subscription model.