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Zuora launches cloud SaaS platform, tips subscription economy for massive growth
The subscription economy for financial services is tipped to skyrocket by 2018 and cloud SaaS provider Zuora says it's time to step up the game.
Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE), an eight step quick history
We explain what HPE has been up to since the two parts of HP split in November 2015.
Airport software failure in AU's major cities - what needs to be done?
Zerto country manager for ANZ says the outage is only half the story as it's about how fast an organisation can recover that makes the difference.
Mid-market CRM software Sugar announces update to version 7.9
SugarCRM has recently announced the release of version 7.9 of its customer relationship management software.
Is the government’s new data breach bill going to give your business a bad reputation?
No one likes admitting when they’ve made a mistake. Especially if it’s a big one, like a leak that exposes customers’ private & personal information.
Kiwi startup targets shaky website performance with CMS mirroring service
Mirror is a unique solution that creates a parallel storage structure which mirrors the live CMS.
Hive-IO ramps up desktop virtualization with VDI 3.0 launch
Previous versions of the platform are VDI 1.0, released in 2002/2003, and VDI 2.0 released in 2007.
Kiwi airport software developer concludes Danish acquisition
Gentrack’s acquisition of BLIP Systems will augment Gentrack’s software product range and expand its customer base.
Kiwi company launches internal emergency communications feature
The Panic Button feature is able to override the official internal publishing process in the case of an emergency.
Kiwi company ARANZ Geo’s global reach: From groundwater management to transport solutions
The geological software modelling solutions company is shifting from its origins as a mining-centric business.
New HPE software is here to modernize your IT operations
“The world of IT Operations is experiencing unprecedented growth and complexity,”
Gardening with digital skills at Christchuch high school
The project aims to give students practical gardening as well as digital skills.
MYOB reveals top Kiwi tech firms who took out the High Achiever Awards
“These businesses are at the forefront of helping drive innovation and maximise efficiency in the New Zealand economy."
Kiwi-based software company gets back to its roots in Chch
At the time of the earthquakes, it was a small business with only six staff members.
Knoa & Boticario join forces to monitor user performance
Boticario Group’s help desk will also be utilising the solution in a move to improve support service-level agreements through automation.
App born from poverty works to feed the hungry
"I always said in the future I would do something to ensure others wouldn't go through what I went through."
Software vendors must offer change management, survey finds
There are many approaches to change management and the goal for most organisations is a common one.
Relative newcomer to Australia reports record growth in 2016
OutSystems announced demand for its low-code development platform has soared, causing massive growth in their ecosystem of partners and developers.
The time is now - Secure your organisation from threats you can and can't see
There are two types of companies; Those that have been hacked, and those who don’t know they have been hacked.
Aussie tech company dubbed the best place to work for new grads
Since 2000, the organisation has hired more than 160 graduates, including 29 in 2016.
How is software-defined storage an opportunity for resellers?
Greg Wyman, ioFABRIC Asia Pacific vice president outlines why software defined storage is an opportunity for local resellers.
Nintex creates powerful cloud workflow platform that's easy to use
"It’s easy to build powerful software, but it’s hard to make powerful software easy to use" was the phrase behind Nintex's new cloud platform.
APAC software-defined market to grow faster than anywhere else
A study from Research and Markets put forward a global forecast for the software-defined anything market to 2022.
Shiji snaps up data intelligence firm; moves to become major software supplier
Shiji aims to become major software supplier & big data provider through consulting and IT services.