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Unisys ramps up services and consulting for ServiceNow enterprise cloud
Unisys has added new ServiceNow enterprise cloud platform consulting and advisory services, as it seeks to drive digital business transformation.
APAC focus with new hire for Unisys
“Asia Pacific is a strategically important growth market, and our marketing programmes are key to the growth of our business in this region."
Unisys wins 48,000 user Merck 'people computing' deal
Pharmaceutical company Merck KGaA is harnessing Unisys' 'people computing' approach in a deal involving end user IT services for 48,000 employees.
Fighting bank fraud and improving the customer experience: Can they work together?
Decreasing the risk of bank fraud and improving the customer experience are both based on knowing the customer - can they work together?
Unisys rolls out updates to flagship solutions
"New generations of ClearPath Forward application programmers can develop their skills while learning key principles behind operating environments."
Aussie Govt needs more online interaction, survey finds
"The results have major implications for successful digital transformation for the Australian public sector."
Unisys officially opens new Sydney service desk
Unisys has officially opened its new service desk in Sydney, to provide centralised IT support services to NSW Government departments and agencies.
Unisys inks $74m Department of Defence extension
The Australian Department of Defence has extended an IT support contract with Unisys for two years in a deal worth around $74 million.
Govt digital initiatives missing the personal touch, survey finds
“Such low support of online government channels is surprising given that 86% of New Zealanders use the internet."
Unisys wins NASA Research Center contract
Unisys has won a contract with NASA Langley Research Center (LaRC) to support the organisation's upcoming simulation and flight research mission.
Unisys launches Stealth security solution in AWS cloud
“Enterprise-proven security that evolves to meet future threats will provide additional assurance to enterprises that are moving to the cloud."
Cyber crime rife: The whole approach to security must change
“Although many threats loom, security professionals have an arsenal of new countermeasures. This year we start changing the playing field."
New Zealand’s Government shines the spotlight on data security
"The move to eGovt channels to deliver services to New Zealanders offers many benefits, but have also created new data vulnerabilities to be managed."
NZ Fire Service moves to as-a-service alarm messaging with Unisys
The as-a-service model is being called into action to deliver the New Zealand Fire Service’s national automatic fire alarm messaging system.
Why organisations need to earn - not demand - public trust
Businesses must rebuild public confidence in their ability to store and protect NZ citizens’ personal information, says John Kendall of Unisys.
Are we preventing our IT department from helping us be more efficient?
Organisations want to be able to use their IT to drive business decisions. So how do we free up the IT team so they can support the business?
Unisys: How service management tools boost productivity
"Service management is not a one-off project, it's something that needs to be part of the culture, and as a result the choice of tool is important."
Unisys NZ revenue crashes as technology sales plummet
An 80% reduction in technology sales saw Unisys New Zealand’s revenue and profit drop dramatically in financial 2014.
IT professionals want more support, according to new poll
Adequate IT support, resources and dealing with outdated or inefficient systems are the biggest challenges facing IT service management professionals.
Data breach concerns open door for deeper conversation for resellers
Around 50% of Kiwis believe organisations holding their personal data will be breached within the next year – for the channel, that means opportunity.
Telcos most likely to suffer data breach say Kiwis
Kiwis believe telcos are the least trustworthy organisations when it comes to keeping personal data safe - and they're ready to punish.
Potential backlash to analytics, BI and big data use
Companies looking to use social media monitoring to create targeted advertising could face a backlash from Kiwis according to a new survey.
Social media monitoring: Yes for terrorism but clear no for marketing
A new report shows Kiwis are an altruistic bunch, happy for social media information to be monitored 'for the greater good' - but not for marketing.
Downside to analytics, BI and big data
Analytics and big data may be hot topics for resellers, but your customers may want to think twice when it comes to social media monitoring...