Netpoleon ANZ & Devo partner for elevated cybersecurity in ANZ
Netpoleon ANZ teams up with Devo Technology to bring the Devo Security Data Platform to Australia and New Zealand, offering a new dimension in SOC scalability and ingenuity.
How Agile prospers under TEAL management structures
Amidst organisational failures to successfully apply agile, the TEAL management philosophy shows promise in fully realising agile's potential, by prioritising adaptability, empowerment and self-governance in teams.
Fujitsu & Red Hat assist Panasonic Connect with agile transformation
Fujitsu and Red Hat have launched agile consulting services aimed at helping Panasonic Connect become a hypothesis-testing business.
French steel giant enhances operations with Getac's rugged devices
ArcelorMittal France has leveraged Getac's robust computing solutions, including rugged tablets, to enhance maintenance and production operations since 2020, improving productivity and efficiency.
Private networks: The key to leverage 5G technology
Private 5G networks are transforming digital connectivity across industries in capacities, from healthcare to manufacturing, by supporting secure, agile and efficient operational functions.
Li Auto selects NVIDIA tech for next-generation EV fleets
EV pioneer, Li Auto, along with other leading creators including GWM, ZEEKR, and Xiaomi, opt for NVIDIA's next-gen, AI-powered, centralised car computers for upcoming fleets, advancing autonomous driving capabilities.
ABB partners with Pratexo in a minority investment deal
ABB enters a strategic partnership with Pratexo, making a minority investment to boost IoT and AI advancements.
How to build a tech culture in a non-tech industry
Renowned for being agile and innovative, a ‘tech culture’ appeals far beyond traditional technology businesses.
Tackling the Top 4 Hurdles in Operational Leadership Today
Finding IT talent is becoming increasingly difficult, particularly for those most in demand, including software developers and analysts.
Humanforce finds Australian part-timers are being more selective
Research from Humanforce has found that many Australian workers are now judging their new employers with their own trial period.
Evonik relies on Getac F110 tablet to control autonomous robot
The aim of the project is to evaluate the practicality of an automated robotic maintenance and inspection solution in the chemical industry.
What is Autonomous Response and how does it work across the enterprise?
With cyber-attacks getting faster and more furious, human teams alone cannot always be relied on to initiate a timely response.
NEC develops autonomous mobile robot control technology
NEC doubles efficiency of autonomous robots in warehouses while maintaining safety, plans to put technology into use by 2024.
Check Point launches cyber security platform with autonomous threat prevention
Check Point has launched its next-gen cyber security platform, Check Point R81, designed to simplify threat prevention across distributed networks.
IDC: New tech moving us closer to autonomous vehicle future
The migration towards fully autonomous vehicles is being facilitated by the introduction of safety technologies, according to research by IDC.
New Oracle database embraces a people-less future
Oracle, Chairman and CTO, Larry Ellison yesterday introduced the latest version of their database technologies.
Intel: Autonomous driving will spark new 'space race' worth $7 Trillion
Intel says companies need to wake up to the opportunity stream that will emerge when cars become the most powerful mobile data generating devices.
More Tesla crashes muddy Autopilot's waters: Are drivers just too careless?
Another Tesla crash has prompted more calls about the controversial Autopilot system to be renamed after Model X crashed in Pennsylvania.
Fatal 'autopilot' car crash puts Tesla's life on the line
Tesla speaks out about the first fatal self-driving car crash. What's wrong with Tesla? Is it the tech or is it breeding over-reliant drivers?.
Self-driving cars: Great for safety, but they'll lose the insurance industry $20 billion
The new self-driving cars will be good for road safety, but will hurt the vehicle insurance industry, cutting US$20 billion from insurance premiums.
Top marks for Aussie IT departments, but BYOD policy low
Australian IT departments are near the top of the class when it comes to end user satisfaction but BYOD policies appear to be lagging.
Kiwi tech firm unleashing the beast
Cloud company Unleashed Software increases staff count by 60%, relocates it offices to Auckland's North Shore and raises salaries to 20% above market average.
Autonomy, Big Data and a fight HP can’t win
HP's $10-billion Autonomy debacle highlights executive folly and Big Data's hyped pitfalls in a legal battle the tech giant is set to lose.
OneNet unveils HP Autonomy LiveVault Partner tools
OneNet partners with HP to launch innovative LiveVault tools, boosting cloud backup experiences for partners and customers.