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Hands up if you're responsible for securing Kiwi data?
Kiwis are not taking individual responsibility for data being collected by their mobile apps, blaming the government and other organisations instead.
Unisys ‘tailoring services to NZ market’
Enterprise tech company Unisys reckons it has the means to reach smaller businesses by bringing ‘x as a service’ to market on the back of its enterprise Intel-based mainframe technology.
Safety first: Change those passwords
The Yahoo Xtra email attack is far from over, with industry figures advising those affected to act now.
Unisys migrates 1.7 billion NZ Transport Agency records
Company transfers driver and vehicle records in the final stage of a four-year business transformation programme.
Kiwi workers using unauthorised BYO apps
Recent research finds employees are challenging company rules at the risk of dismissal.
Don’t lock apps out of your company: users gonna use
New Zealand companies are slow on the uptake with mobile apps – but that this is doing nothing to stop workers from downloading and using the ones they like anyway.
Four in 10 Kiwis unaware of mobile security policies
Kiwi organisations says mobile security is a top priority but are not using measures to secure mobile devices and apps.
Former Unisys exec to lead SAP in ANZ
Andrew Barkla hired as local president & managing director.
Unisys releases cloud-based ITSM
Unisys has released a suite of cloud-based IT Service management solutions (ITSM) solutions, including remedy-as-a-service, an ITSM toolset delivered through a software-as-a-service model.
Unisys joins mobility fray
Another vendor looks to take advantage of the BYOD trend.
Don’t forget virtualisation
By Brett Hodgson, managing director, Unisys New Zealand
The power of true mobility
No longer a pipe-dream or a Brave New World prediction, workplace mobility has become a reality. The technology is here and employees are fast-developing a preference for using personal devices at work in a desire to gain greater mobility.
How do I hype thee, let me count the ways?
By Sean McDonald, Director, Sales Systems Ltd
Unisys lands McDonald's South Pacific contract
$38.8 million deal for end-user IT support services.
Data compromises a game-changer for kiwis
Four in five New Zealanders will stop dealing with an organisation that suffers a breach.
30% of businesses still outside cloud
Survey finds nearly one in three firms run no apps in a cloud environment.
Telcos to re-join dispute scheme
Pricing structure revised to keep costs from spiralling.
Unisys disputes Fujitsu ISO 20000 claim
Fujitsu's recent claim that it's the first vendor in New Zealand to achieve ISO 20000 accreditation is wrong, says Unisys.
Fujitsu New Zealand scoops ISO gong - Updated
Three offices in Wellington and Auckland have received the ISO 20000 award.
Report: Staff willing to fund own IT equipment for work
75% of workers are prepared to partially fund their own technology for work.