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Datrium & Xello Australia to offer DRaaS to local market
The SaaS solution provides fully automated failback processes to minimise business downtime and prevent human errors from occurring during DR scenarios.
Nutanix partners with ServiceNow to simplify IT operations during crisis
“As IT teams focus on delivering remote work solutions, they sometimes struggle to support the business more broadly because they are strapped for time and resources."
Global rise in DevSecOps but role uncertainty persists - GitLab study
Teams must understand how the role of the developer is changing, and how it affects security, operations, and test teams.
IoT and automation help to save the world's honeybees
The internet of things, machine learning, and visual analytics can all support thriving bee colonies.
'Is that a robot herding sheep?' Kiwi startup teaches old dog new tricks
It's all thanks to a partnership between global robotics stalwart Boston Dynamics, a Kiwi startup called Rocos, and a robotic dog called Spot.
Fujitsu enhances RunMyProcess business process automation
Major features in new ProcessModeler include design automation and simplification as well as more structured and more intuitive settings controls.
Microsoft acquires RPA specialist firm Softomotive
Softomotive’s popular automation software, WinAutomation, will supplement Power Automate to provide more capabilities for RPA desktop authoring.
Pega strives to rid AI-based CX systems of discrimination
The check is designed to flag possible discriminatory messages created by AI before those messages reach the customer.
NinjaRMM spruces up platform for remote work environments
NinjaRMM, a company that is in the process of expanding its presence in Asia Pacific, will roll out new features on its platform this week.
Alteryx unveils analytic process automation platform
The company says it’s putting automation in the hands of all workers, bringing new possibilities for personnel upskilling, business outcomes and workforce efficiencies.
NTT urges NZ firms to extend remote working gains beyond lockdown
“There are plenty of ways to measure customer satisfaction, and monitor service queues that don’t require a person to be physically present in the office."
Finance teams take steps to basic automation - Trintech report
“The large number of respondents who indicated that they’re developing automation for their compliance process suggests that organizations are starting to move up the automation maturity curve."
Lucidworks develops deep learning solution to make chatbots smarter
The company recently launched Smart Answers for chatbots and virtual assistants to avoid poor CX and long waiting times.
UiPath extends hyperautomation capabilities
The platform includes employee crowdsourcing tools that can help businesses figure out what to automate.
Interview: OSS Group decodes the evolution of IT automation
Glen Ogilvie explains the history of automation, how organisations leverage it, and tips to help organisations understand where automation fits in their business.
Case study: OSS Group overhauls customer servers with Red Hat Satellite
When one of New Zealand’s leading higher education institutes realised hundreds of its virtual servers were years behind in patching, it knew the job to modernise its IT solutions wouldn’t be an easy task.
Ivanti launches automated assistants to empower IT teams
Ivanti has added new Ivanti Assistants to its portfolio of enterprise service management (ESM) solutions to bring endpoint self-healing capabilities to businesses.
Cloud tech developing faster than businesses can manage, FireMon finds
Public and hybrid cloud infrastructure environment is growing in complexity, and lacks automation and a lack of resources to effectively respond to demands.
Tauranga agtech firm recognised on the world stage
Tauranga-based agtech firm Robotics Plus has received worldwide recognition on the Top 50 AgTech companies, as ranked on the THRIVE Top 50.
How organisations can take proof of delivery processes to the next level with digital visibility and control
Automating proof of delivery (POD) processes takes a fraction of the time compared to traditional, manual methods.
Cisco launches SecureX, a cloud-native security platform
The company describes SecureX as a platform that provides visibility into security processes, including detection of unknown threats and policy violations.
Digitising boardroom processes for efficiency, information security and better governance
Adding content services to the picture can save time, make data accountability and governance easier, as well as add new levels of efficiency and collaboration.
RPA: The promise of value in the workplace
Basic tasks such as data entry often have teams of people working on them but simple automated processes can free up resources and staff to focus on more meaningful activities.
Interview: DataRobot on how AI augments human thinking in business
" AIs are computer systems, and as such, they are best at repetitive tasks, mathematics, data manipulation, and parallel processing.”