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Unisys launches new app to provision IT resources on Azure
Unisys has announced a new application that enables users of the ServiceNow platform to automate provisioning of IT resources on Microsoft Azure.
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.
Unisys chosen to modernise NZ crash analysis system
The New Zealand Transport Agency has chosen Unisys as the prime system integrator to modernise the national crash analysis system (CAS).
Unisys to modernise New Zealand’s MBIE system
Unisys will replace MBIE’s current manual and paper-based processes with a fully integrated and automated system hosted on the New Zealand government’s Infrastructure-as-a-Service.
New Zealand companies named in Unisys list of winners
Unisys Corporation has recognised 10 clients and partners with Lighthouse Awards at the Universe 2014 event held in Dallas.
Is your data centre prepared for the internet of everything?
In the IT world change is a given. But how to do you manage an environment that never stays the same?
Unisys NZ: How to be a mobile trendsetter – again...
Need some pointers on walking the talk when it comes to mobile? Steve Griffin, country manager, Unisys New Zealand offers some pointers for you – and your customers.
'Alarming' gaps in Kiwi security leave critical infrastructure open
"What's more, failure in one area of infrastructure can create outages in others, in a domino effect..."
Mobility wheels not yet in motion as Kiwi firms lag behind...
"Many New Zealand enterprises have not yet moved beyond those early stages to embrace mobility as a core part of their business strategies."
Unisys: The winning data centre experience
When the All Blacks won the Rugby World Cup in 2011 they fielded a team with 709 caps. So while shiny new talent has its appeal, it’s experience that translates potential into performance.
Unisys: Treat your environment like hostile territory
In the new world of mobility and BYOD, it pays to trust no-one.
Unisys: Kiwi's trust eroded in data security
New Zealanders' confidence in local organisations’ ability to keep their data secure seems to have taken a hit...
More on me: Steve Griffin, Unisys
"I was given an opportunity to come here but didn’t know too much about the place outside of the rugby. I thought I’d give it a go for two or three years, but it’s become my new home."
Virtualisation of mission critical environments
Jim Thompson, VP and CTO of Technology, Consulting and Integration Solutions business unit for Unisys discusses the challenges of virtualisation in mission critical environments.
Windows 8.1 - what you should know
On 8 April 2014 Microsoft retires support for Windows XP: there’s now some urgency to upgrade to a more modern operating system.
The smart resellers guide to giving good security advice
￼￼￼￼Security isn't just about technology. John Kendall, Unisys Asia Pacific director of security programs, offers some pointers on the human side of IT security solutions.
Unisys wins three-year global IT contract
Leading storage provider selects Unisys as service partner to support its rapid growth and expand its global presence.
Industry leaders worry over data breaches
An overwhelming majority of business leaders believe their customers and clients worry about breaches of personal data held by their organisations.
Hands up if you're responsible for securing Kiwi data?
Kiwis are not taking individual responsibility for data being collected by their mobile apps, blaming the government and other organisations instead.
Unisys ‘tailoring services to NZ market’
Enterprise tech company Unisys reckons it has the means to reach smaller businesses by bringing ‘x as a service’ to market on the back of its enterprise Intel-based mainframe technology.
Safety first: Change those passwords
The Yahoo Xtra email attack is far from over, with industry figures advising those affected to act now.
Unisys migrates 1.7 billion NZ Transport Agency records
Company transfers driver and vehicle records in the final stage of a four-year business transformation programme.
Kiwi workers using unauthorised BYO apps
Recent research finds employees are challenging company rules at the risk of dismissal.
Don’t lock apps out of your company: users gonna use
New Zealand companies are slow on the uptake with mobile apps – but that this is doing nothing to stop workers from downloading and using the ones they like anyway.