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Studio Proper on track for expansion in NZ
The enterprise iPhone, iPad and Apple Watch accessory manufacturer is looking for local partners to continue its momentum.
The public cloud isn’t the only answer, says HPE
The enterprise hardware vendor, has a very different take on the future of corporate IT departments
Track stolen items in real-time: Aruba launches new asset tracking solution
Organisations worldwide lose millions of dollars every year on misplaced inventory - 25% of hospital staff time is wasted looking for these items.
Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE), an eight step quick history
We explain what HPE has been up to since the two parts of HP split in November 2015.
HPE pushes high-margin vertical and services focus with new partner offerings
HPE is upping its vertical and services pushes with new partner offerings targeting the high growth segments of hybrid IT, data and analytics and edge
Hackers are able to target your e-cigarette... Is nothing sacred?
"A lot of folks aren't aware that something like this is even possible."
The need for internet security on your mobile
As hackers target mobile devices, it’s imperative to ensure that you are aware of the threats that are out there, and that your phone is protected.
Students get chance to work with new game design engine
"We want to give educational institutions an easy and affordable way to engage students with their passion for game development."
iPhone 8 images leaked, potential design exposed
New images have surfaced of the design molds used for upcoming iPhone models.
Westcon-Comstor parent reports revenue, profit drop; sale negotiation continues
Negotiations for the sale of Westcon-Comstor continue as parent company Datatec posts big drops in revenue and profit - despite a security upswing.
Veeam serves up raft of Microsoft Azure and AWS availability options
Veeam has added a raft of new availability options for Microsoft Azure and AWS as it ramps up its 'always on cloud' focus.
Tesla opens pre-order for home solar tiles for most countries
In a blog post, Tesla announced the pre-order availability and provided with a calculator tool to help consumers figure out the cost.
Oracle's acquisition of NetSuite - 6 things you should know
In November 2016 Oracle acquired NetSuite for $9.3 billion USD. Here are the quick facts you need to know.
May the 4th be with you: Star Wars tech that actually exists
We look at five Star Wars technologies that actually exist today
EXCLUSIVE - NetSuite to establish office in New Zealand
A massive investment in NetSuite by Oracle will see more local offices & support
NetSuite to add Sydney-based datacentre
The new owner of NetSuite is making significant investments in new datacentre infrastructure
DroneAid: How drones are used in relief efforts
Just know that for every cheesy photo and drone strike, incredible work is underway to use drones for (actual) good.
Cambium Networks goes massive with first-of-its-kind tech
Cloud-based services and higher capacity Service Level Agreements have driven the need for a new solution. Enter Cambium.
This smartphone app is part of the toolbox
This national engineering competition moves into the digital realm
Salesforce to establish local infrastructure in Sydney
Major infrastructure move announced by the cloud business software provider
CPL to become the Uber of the disability sector using Salesforce
Massive government change is forcing a total reinvention of this disability service provider
The perfect launching pad for your Chinese expansion
We investigate the Chinese co-working space that welcomes foreigners with open arms.
QTSC April 2016 Summit: eBay Hosts IDCA’s Technical Standards Committee at its Flagship Data Center in Salt Lake City
The authorities quarterly sumit comes to Salt Lake City and the home of eBay's flagship data center.
U.S. House of Representatives Hosts IDCA at Ford House Office Building, Washington, D.C.
IDCA takes an exclusive look inside LinkedIn data centers.