HPE announces new virtual desktop solutions in wake of COVID-19
“The response to COVID-19 has pressured our customers to rapidly implement secure and remote work options for their organisations.”
Techday introduces RemoteWorkerTech Asia site
Data#3 announces remote working solutions to enable Aussie businesses
IT pros fear threats to critical infrastructure, report shows
Hands-on review: ASUS ZenScreen Go MB16AP
7 ways you can boost workplace productivity with a quality IT network
Empowering a remote workforce: can your business make ‘working from home’ work?
Kubernetes 101: Tips and tricks to maximise container investment
Monitoring the Kubernetes control plane and master components is essential when it comes to maximising the ROI of container investments.
COVID-19 employment engagement surveys released
Free templates for emergency response employment engagement surveys have been created to help support organisations throughout the COVID-19 outbreak.
ForgeRock appoints new execs to lead IAM growth
“Identity and Access Management is foundational to a modern security architecture especially now as we are experiencing a paradigm shift towards Zero Trust."
How our publisher harnessed machine learning to overhaul Techday websites
Our publisher, Sean Mitchell, went to CoderSchool in Ho Chi Minh City to learn how to implement machine learning into Techday.
Slack hires new head of APAC as remote working business booms
Slack has reported that in the past seven weeks, more than 7,000 new companies have signed up to Slack as remote working becomes the new norm.
Acronis: Lack of backup process within organisations causing data losses
Traditional strategies and solutions to data protection are no longer able to keep up with the modern IT needs of individuals and organisations.
Forrester's guide to staying savvy in the world of COVID-19
Remote working, charting business outlook and CX are covered in this piece filled with advice for operating in the world of the pandemic.
Nutanix & Udacity launch hybrid cloud nanodegree program
Nutanix is sponsoring 5000 scholarships, to be taught via Udacity, which will school IT professionals on topics such as modern private cloud infrastructure and the design of hybrid application deployment.
OnePlace Solutions offers free Microsoft 365 add-on to support remote workers during COVID-19
The offer comes after Microsoft announced that subscribers to Microsoft Office 365 will be able to access a free trial of the Microsoft Teams software.
Five questions organisations should ask when evaluating an asset management solution
Asset management solutions are imperative for business security, and choosing the right solution that is tailored to business requirements, will determine its success.
Australia's IT & software sector job market on the rise
The IT and software services sector is going through a recruitment boom, even though COVID-19 is causing a sharp decline in year-on-year hiring growth across all Australian industries.
Forcepoint unveils impressive channel recruits across APAC and ANZ
Cybersecurity firm Forcepoint has named four new key appointments to its leadership team as it looks to strengthen its channel, strategy and sales lineup across the Asia Pacific and Australian New Zealand regions.
NetFoundry offers free cloud networking to businesses in need
NetFoundry has announced its commitment to maintaining critical services and offering complimentary services to businesses in need as many countries are in lockdown due to COVID-19.
New solution shines light on Dark Web credential trading
The Kaseya-owned Spanning Cloud Apps has released software that monitors the Dark Web for compromised Office 365 credentials.
You're virtually invited: How the smartest organisations manage Office 365 and Microsoft Teams
If you’re starting your digital transformation journey or want to find out more about how you can boost your Office 365 productivity, this is your chance to take advantage of expert advice - free.
Sign on Glass is a green initiative that reduces costs and increases productivity
Mounds of paperwork typify administration processes for most businesses, with filing cabinets full of receipts, invoices, delivery notifications, job and time sheet.
IDC: decline, not growth, for APAC IT spending
The COVID-19 pandemic has hit the IT economy hard and IDC says that pessimistic scenarios are now playing out – and may get worse.
AIIA launches website hub for remote working support
The Australian Information Industry Association’s new site, Australian Business Continuity, provides support from the AIIA and its partners.
How data warehouses have become the new data lakes for business
While data lakes are great when it comes to storage, they don’t perform well when it comes to analysis and reporting. The vast volumes and multiple formats mean that traditional data warehouse tools are unsuitable and another approach needs to be found.
Google offers Hangouts features for free in midst of COVID-19
As businesses make the move to work entirely remotely as countries go into lockdown during the COVID-19 pandemic, Google is offering free upgrades on their G Suite for business, providing certain enterprise features for free for the next few months.
Old, outdated phone systems? Give a touch of TLC with real business benefits
Connect to the business tools you love, like Microsoft Dynamics, Zapier, and many more.
COVID-19 pressure on business escalates
More than two thirds of organisations fear the COVID-19 pandemic will have a negative impact on their business.
Educating the next generation: what skills will they need in the future workplace?
The Australian workplace is now moving into an era where some hard skills are starting to expire.
Corporate Australia must invest in smart technology now
Smart technology is playing a critical role in the business community's response to adjusting to new social and industry norms.
Deep learning seeing widespread adoption in APAC region
As a sub-category of machine learning, deep learning is fast becoming part of mainstream AI deployments – new software to join the likes of Siri, Alexa and Cortana is currently being developed and will likely be introduced in the next few years, says GlobalData.
Myriota cements North America presence through exactEarth deal
Australian-based nanosatellite IoT connectivity firm Myriota has gained a stronger foothold in North America and Canada after signing a deal with satellite-AIS data services provider exactEarth.
COVID-19: How to keep your workforce remotely and securely connected
Worried about moving staff rapidly onto a remote solution? What about security? Scalable remote access solutions can help.
City of Melbourne announces financial package for SMEs to migrate online
The grants would allow for businesses to quickly adapt to the new normal of remote working - offering products online, providing services virtually and offering take-away and delivery of goods.
Google Cloud says it's ready for the coming strain on infrastructure
The cloud giant says that they are working with governments and network operators around the world to minimise stress on the system.
Acronis mobilises the home office in the remote working age
One of the biggest changes for Acronis, like many companies, is the transition that allows all employees to work from home.
Revealed: The top digital data trends for crime scene investigation
75% of law enforcement and investigators say gathering digital evidence at the scene of a crime is critical for investigations, according to research from Cellebrite.
Interview: RSA explains security in the epoch of IT disruption
We discussed cybersecurity in terms of how it fits into business continuity, as well as the threat landscape, and what RSA is currently doing to assist businesses that need protection.
Google's 12 remote working tips for better productivity
We've compiled Google's top tips for remote working in 2020.
Commvault adds AWS B&R among new capabilities
Also enhances Oracle and SQL database migration capabilities and adds integration with ServiceNow SaaS platform.
Why AIOps should be at the top of tech ‘to do’ lists
The rise of AIOps has come about thanks to many older, legacy tools no longer being able to cope with the huge volume, speed and diversity of data being created in modern IT environments.
AIIA launches remote-working portal with support of Federal Government
The portal will provide information around teleworking technologies such as tele and video conferencing, virtual meetings and events as well as other remote business services that can be deployed at home, enabling business continuity.
SailPoint Peer Insights Choice for identity management
SailPoint is the only vendor to receive the ‘Customers’ Choice’ distinction in the Identity Governance and Administration segment.
How to defend cloud environments against insider threats
Let’s discuss the main types of insider threats facing businesses today and explain how to mitigate their risks through various technologies.
Epicor announces appointment of new CMO
Paul Stoddart has been appointed chief marketing officer, a role in which he will be responsible for overseeing Epicor’s global marketing strategy, including corporate marketing, field marketing, and teleprospecting.
Avoid employee underpayment woes with better planning and forecasting
Accurately paying people for the hours they work is only part of the issue. You also need to be able to plan for the future.
Lenovo announces new edge and Azure cloud-tiering solutions
The solutions, say DCG, were designed in response to the ever-increasing number of connected IoT devices and the masses of data this creates from edge to the core.
COVID-19: Adobe unveils index to track changes in consumer behaviour
In an effort to track and analyse the ways in which the pandemic is changing retail behaviour, Adobe has revealed its Digital Economy Index, which analyses trillions of online transactions across 100 million product SKUs in 18 product categories.