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Palo Alto Networks establishes cybersecurity consulting group Unit 42
The group will help enterprises respond to emerging threats as they navigate an increase in costly, crippling cyberattacks.
UST Group rebrands to reflect the evolution of tech in business
The company’s rebrand not only comes with a shorter name and a new logo, but also its purpose.
IT consulting services revenue to hit US$100bn mark by 2024
"Despite the negative impact of the COVID-19 outbreak, APAC might be quicker to bounce back compared to other regions owing to agile delivery and support capabilities to the global enterprises.”
Dynamo6 marks IT milestone with new location & new faces
“Our growth is underpinned by our focus on connecting people and helping organisations to get to a better place, through technology,” says founder Igor Matich.
Video: 10 Minute IT Jams - Who is Tecala?
In this video, we speak to Tecala managing director Pieter DeGunst, who discusses the company's primary focuses, the solutions that it leverages, and the infrastructure and resources it has in the A/NZ market.
Cognizant snaps up former PwC lead Jane Livesey as new CEO
Jane Livesey replaces outgoing CEO Narayan Iyer after Iyer resigned from the role.
HCL takes over Broadcom’s Symantec security consulting
As part of the partnership, the majority of Broadcom's Symantec enterprise consulting team will transition to HCL.
Autistic IT consultants to provide value to Woolworths
auticon is running a 6-month pilot programme with Woolworths during World Autism Awareness Month.
AWS Marketplace & Data Exchange open to A/NZ channel partners
ISVs, consulting partners, and data providers are now able to leverage AWS Marketplace and AWS Data Exchange for transactions.
GrowthOps reveals new director lineup
Replacing Dominque Fisher, Melissa Field and Paul Mansfield are six new directors, including former MP and minister Philip Dalidakis.
Mindtree wins Mother Teresa Award for Corporate Citizen
Global technology firm Mindtree has been awarded a Mother Teresa Award for Corporate Citizen, recognising the company’s efforts to empower humanity through business.
DXC Red Rock looking for NZ analytics leadership after M-Power acquisition
The company says the opportunity to employ an 'experienced consulting leader' has come about as a result of the M-Power acquisition.
IDC Report: services market booming as organisations prioritise digital transformation
Year-over-year growth was around 4%, which slightly outpaced the worldwide GDP growth rate.
Five reasons you need User Research for your next project
Why design in a vacuum when you have an easily accessible and often willing source of information available to you?
Deloitte appoints 17 new leaders
Deloitte’s presence in the Central North Island is broadened with the admission of Lee Gray and Tamarapa Lloyd who have joined the Rotorua office.
ConnectWise gives partners a leg-up through HTG acquisition
ConnectWise says the acquisition advances their commitment to a holistic approach for their TSP ecosystem.
Hyland partners locally with Deliveri Solutions Australia
The partnership will introduce Hyland’s ShareBase platform to Deliveri’s technology portfolio.
Five steps to build a business case for enterprise mobility
I believe poorly planned data and application integration can increase the risk of security breaches.
Deloitte 'committed to New Zealand' as it expands equity partner base
Deloitte has welcomed 15 local equity partners to its NZ offices. "These appointments are a positive indication of Deloitte's growth."
Red Sentry & ComfortDelGro to serve security insurance for Singapore enterprises
Singapore-based security provider Red Sentry now has a major alliance with Singapore's major insurance broker ComfortDelGro (CDGI).
Making design thinking an ‘always-on activity’
When operated as a continuous routine process with your customers, design learning cycles will help inform your fundamental business strategy.
Consulting partner Versent wins big at the AWS Partner Summit
At the fifth annual AWS Partner Summit held in Sydney on April 4th, Versent took out one of the top honours.
How smaller, innovative firms can deliver better value than big consulting firms
Big is often still viewed as best, despite the key advantages that smaller businesses can provide like agility and availability of expertise.
Three factors to drive management consulting revenue, according to TBR
"Vendors will brand their capabilities and/or consulting approaches to distinguish their offerings with differing emerging technologies."