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Taking back control: Four steps to reporting unlicensed software usage
Despite the enormous benefits that software brings to the table for a business, many still choose to forgo paying for it.
Small vendor uprising in thriving supply chain management software market
Gartner data reveals the SCM market to be in a healthy place with huge money being made - and increasingly spread among the smaller vendors.
Five reasons why we need to rethink software piracy
More than one-third of software in use on personal computers around the world today is unlicensed.
Five ways CIOs need to change to survive in a software driven world
Software has become one of the most important assets for any enterprise, it has and will continue to revolutionise the way most organisations work.
Exclusive: Schneider Electric CTO stirs data centre disruption debate
Kevin Brown says the last ten years has seen huge gains in the data centre industry, but now we need to start innovating for the next ten years.
Colt activates network in US, joins 870 data centers in Asia & EU
Colt Technology Services (Colt) has officially announced the launch of its software-driven network in the US that already includes 13 cities.
SwiftStack adds multi-cloud features to its platform
Designed to facilitate private data centers & public cloud, they have been added to the open source community in the newly created 1space project.
Meet the Kiwi software recruitment firm eyeing up the Aussie market
Another Kiwi startup has set its sights on Australia – and it says move over Xero, there’s a new success story in town.
Why ‘best-fit’ is replacing ‘best-of-breed’ software solutions
Software solutions need to be easily customised to fit the way businesses operate - not the other way around.
Anaplan & Cornerstone Performance Management sign channel deal
“The relationship with Anaplan will enable Cornerstone Performance Management to further capitalise on the growing interest for cloud-based planning."
Waikato software firm nominated for ExportNZ Awards
According to More4Apps global marketing manager Jayne Perry, the nomination is a special event for its Hamilton-based team.
Back to basics: 4 common sense steps to avoid a software attack
Flexera's SVP for EMEA shares inside information into why businesses are more at risk than ever and what they can do to better protect themselves.
A/NZ consumers using less unlicensed software - but those who do are at risk of a breach
In Asia Pacific as a whole, 57% of its software usage is unlicensed. How do New Zealand and Australia fare?
Aussie-based Probax among the winners of Veeam's 2018 innovation awards
The awards celebrate organisations that use the company's Hyper-Availability platform to deliver ‘innovative solutions at scale’.
Mavenlink lands in APAC with new office in Melbourne
The expansion has gained the support of the Victorian Government, which has provided business assistance to Mavenlink.
MYOB sells off its rental payments platform for $425,000
As a result of the deal, RENT is set to acquire the existing RentPay system as well as its website and customer base.
ServiceNow acquires SaaS management company VendorHawk
VendorHawk’s platform is designed to help customers discover, track, rationalise and optimise SaaS subscriptions across their organisation.
Aconex shareholders vote in favour of Oracle acquisition
Oracle initially announced the (US) $1.2 billion deal in December last year.
Forget gadgets: real technology innovation is in software architecture
The future of innovation doesn't lie in connected cars and talking robots, rather, the software linking them all together.
NDL seeks partners to sell RPA solutions in New Zealand
Major UK public sector robotics process automation provider is seeking partners to sell their solutions in New Zealand.
Nutanix continues revenue growth for Q2, acquires Minjar
The company reported Q2 revenues of $286.7 million with growth rates of 44% year-over-year.
New partnership offers secure credentials-storage solution
Pronto Software and Forticode have partnered to create a more secure solution to credential storage to allay data breach regulation concerns.
Cisco launches new network automation portfolio for service providers
The tech giant says the new release will help improve how global service providers run their large-scale networks.
NSW govt backs Sydney software company to create 95 jobs
NSW for Jobs has allocated a loan to Momentum Cloud with the software company aiming to create nearly 100 jobs in Australia over the next five years.