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Governments need to recognise the disruptive power of robots, IDC finds
The potential for machines to heighten safety, precision and efficiency within government services is huge, according to a new IDC report.
Dimension Data to provide network infrastructure for $550m Aussie port
“VICT is a perfect example of how technology is completely redefining the way we look at business," says Rodd Cunico, Dimension Data Australia CEO.
Cloud migration brings automation and programmability to the forefront
"In today’s cloud environments, integration with SDN controllers and orchestration systems is not optional – it is a must have."
Machines to take half of Kiwi jobs
“So far automation has impacted most on blue-collared employment however, the coming wave of innovation threatens to upend white collar work as well."
Leave admin drains resources: Is automation the answer?
Leave admin is becoming more complicated as regulations increase, making this area one of the most challenging aspects of workforce management.
Automating expense management brings benefits
Australian businesses aren’t managing their expenses effectively, using outdated manual systems and missing out on opportunities.
Artificial Intelligence is on the horizon – are you ready?
"While the world probably won’t end up turning into the Terminator series, it makes sense to start planning for AI now.”
ECi and Splashtop enter partnership to benefit MSPs and IT pros
ECi has partnered with Splashtop to deliver an integrated IT automation management solution for Naverisk RMM customers.
Robots will not steal ALL of our jobs
Forrester Research says while there will be jobs lost in the coming years thanks to robots, people forget about potential jobs that will be created.
Growing demand for IT specialists in NZ
The digital revolution is leading to the creation of new roles and greater demand for specialised skills in New Zealand's IT industry.
Prepare your small business for the new financial year
The new financial year is an opportunity for small businesses to reassess their business practices and see where they can boost success.
No profession immune: Will machines replace you at work?
Not all doom and gloom on the job front as businesses consider investing in staff or machines.
The countdown is on for Windows Server 2003 End of Support
The countdown to End of Support for Windows Server 2003 has begun in earnest, with Microsoft NZ working with partners to educate users about migration
Robots to significantly boost business in coming years
Machine learning, artificial intelligence and effective use of big data - essentially software robots - will unlock value within the next 3-5 years.
Anchor teams up with AWS, debuts new offerings
Cloud hosting provider Anchor has launched a range of new cloud hosting products and services on Amazon Web Services.
Rackspace targets ANZ region with DevOps offering
Rackspace, the managed cloud company, has announced it’s launching its DevOps Automation Service in Australia and New Zealand.
Naverisk releases 2014 R2 and delivers on promises
Naverisk has announced the immediate availability of Naverisk 2014 R2.
Veeam examines the growth of the data centre...
Charles Clarke, Veeam APAC technical director, takes a look at how the rise of big data, virtualisation and automation are transforming the New Zealan
We all know the wise maxim, "Less is more," and it is finally true of networks.
New beginning for Numara
IT service and asset management suite re-launched in the cloud.