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Four misconceptions about open source technology - Acquia
Despite widespread adoption around the globe, open source technology continues to generate questions about its security and performance.
Infor doubles down on Indian channel on back of strong business growth
Infor is doubling down on its Indian partner network, with the company reporting triple digit year on year growth for the first quarter of FY18.
Kiwi company Promapp picks up Aussie council body as client
According to Promapp, its cloud-based software will enable the council body to map, review and improve processes on an ongoing basis.
PayPal teams up with WooCommerce and Xero to deliver online business toolkit
Business in a Box gives small businesses tools to design and manage an online store, accept payments, and get an overview of the business’ cash flow.
Liferay teams up with Object Consulting to target Australian marketplace
“Object’s experience in Java and digital business transformation aligns well to the strengths inherent in the Liferay platform."
Demand for cloud-hosted PaaS solutions on the rise
Cloud-hosted Platform-as-a-Service solutions are becoming more popular as modern developers who work with B2B eCommerce solutions favour them.
It's about time Australian businesses invested in cyber security
"Finding ways to maintain proper security as the diversity of technologies continues to grow rapidly is becoming an increasing challenge."
The third phase of integrated systems is here
"HCIS is not a destination, but an evolutionary journey. We fully expect the use cases to embrace mission-critical applications in the future."
Workload scheduling software: the latest enterprise craze
Workload scheduling software is having its time to shine, as businesses look to increase efficiency and productivity.
Netsuite off to a strong start in 2016
“NetSuite’s fiscal year 2016 started strong with record first quarter results as we grew year-over-year revenue by more than 30%."
Downtime and delays cost Aussie businesses up to $825M a year
"The conundrum facing IT decision makers is how to predict and prevent performance bottlenecks before users perceive a slowdown in responsiveness."
Application Performance Management software in hot demand
“As enterprises move enterprise applications to the cloud, the need for managing and monitoring the performance of applications becomes important."
Kiwi developer takes Artificial Intelligence to new heights
Touchpoint Group’s Ipiphany AI program pioneers simultaneous text, speech and machine learning to help customers better understand customer behaviour.
Absolute extends persistent endpoint security to include third party vendors
“By expanding our persistence model to support third-party applications, our customers can be confident that they are providing consistent security."
Synchrony brings cloud payroll solution to Australia
"syncPAY Australia is based on Payroll Metrics' built for the cloud solution to provide an offering that gives users greater control."
Landesk's new IT Asset Management solution is all about visibility
“With this newest release, Landesk brings together the technology necessary to provide the visibility IT departments need when managing assets."
Zuora steps in to help businesses succeed in subscription economy
“We are seeing a once-in-a-century shift happening where digital transformation is giving rise to a new set of subscription-based business models."
ARANZ Geo talks innovation with inventors and partners in Perth
"ARAN Geo’s Lyceum was a unique opportunity to hear how innovators are embracing fresh thinking to solve problems and create real business value.”
Spending on cognitive systems will crack the billion dollar mark by 2019
"The barriers of AI, machine and deep learning are rapidly dropping. As such, cognitive systems will soon be powering a spectrum of solutions."
Paessler brings monitoring capabilities to docker containers
“As adoption of container tech grows, it will also become more critical for enterprises to ensure the continuous operations of software containers."
Ricoh wins big for printer range
“Ricoh has a strong reputation for producing energy efficient devices. These awards demonstrate our continued commitment to customers."
Software, security, DevOps and big data: What's in store for networking?
Moving into 2016, more businesses are expected to leverage smart machines and transformative technologies to give them a clear competitive advantage.
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.
Qual IT gears up to expand in Auckland region
Qual IT, the independent software quality assurance specialist, is looking to expand its footprint in the Auckland region with a new appointment.