How to make your Zero Trust Network Access rollout a success
Despite 83% of cybersec decision-makers in Australia and New Zealand seeing Zero Trust Network Access as future security, 17% have yet to start a programme, Forrester Consulting study reveals.
Danfoss boosts security & cuts onboarding time with Saviynt's platform
Danfoss slashes onboarding time by 83% and enhances security for 45000 identities using Saviynt's platform.
Fortinet enhances OT security platform with integrated solutions & services
Fortinet bolsters its operational technology security platform with new integrated solutions and services, providing enhanced protection for industrial networks.
TaxLeopard acquires Airtax in strategic move boosting AI capabilities
TaxLeopard has acquired competitor Airtax, boosting its userbase and advancing AI capabilities in a six-figure deal.
SafetyCulture unveils updated platform aiming to serve 100 million users by 2032
SafetyCulture introduces an updated operations platform with ambitious plans to serve 100 million users by 2032.
Commvault's SaaS solutions earn prestigious IRAP certification in Australia
Commvault's SaaS data protection solutions secure esteemed IRAP certification, heightening its cybersafety standards.
NZ tech firms RUSH and Downer to develop road safety AI
New Zealand technology company RUSH and Downer Transport & Infrastructure have secured funding to develop AI technology to increase road safety.
Confidence in New Zealand’s infrastructure under water
The annual Construction Industry Survey, in partnership with Teletrac Navman and Civil Contractors New Zealand, reveals cracks in New Zealand’s infrastructure.
Talent appoints Meagan Jeffery as Global CIO
Talent appoints Meagan Jeffery as Global Chief Information Officer to lead the revamp of technology function and support the company's growth objectives.
NZ-owned Fronde acquires Aussie OnlineOne
Wellington-based ICT company says deal will allow leverage of NetSuite capability into the New Zealand market.
Rates to benefits shift for ICT contractors
The way in which money is controlled for ICT contractors has moved focus from rates to benefits.
IT sector leads recruitment charge
Hudson survey shows a desire in the IT industry to move away from heavy use of contractors as a normal part of business.
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Union pickets Telecom AGM, customers face delays
Visionstream, which officially began its contract to maintain Telecom’s network in Northland and Auckland today, faces a backlog of work – in Northland alone there are around 900 outstanding faults.