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Three steps to achieve a better patient experience using data in the healthcare industry
Introducing new technology to the healthcare industry beyond COVID-19 will be complicated. The only thing that can simplify it is well-organised data insights.
Australia’s environment deserves real-time monitoring
Australia’s regulators are indirectly polluting the environment due to the adoption of a new regulatory framework. It’s not the framework that’s the issue, but the fact that an upgrade to monitoring technology doesn’t accompany it.
CyberArk launches Forescout and Phosphorus integration to aid with IoT security
“Through our integration with Forescout and Phosphorus, CyberArk dramatically improves security and compliance, and alleviates the burden on IT and security teams."
D-Link launches new router and cloud IoT management solution
The DWM-315 is a 4G LTE Cat 6 Dual SIM M2M VPN Router with EWAN and GPS and the D-ECS edge cloud management solution expands the D-Link IoT range.
The cybersecurity risks that come with re-onshoring Australian manufacturing
As technology such as IoT, robotic process automation (RPA) and artificial intelligence (AI) reshapes the manufacturing landscape, organisations are simultaneously put at an increased risk of a cyberattack.
Forescout expands integrations with partner solutions
Expanded partnerships and integrations with Splunk, CrowdStrike and CyberArk allow for better IT and OT security posture for joint customers.
DJI announces new smart-drone for agricultural spraying
The drone includes modular design, omnidirectional digital radar, and an optimised precision spraying module to bring digital insights and efficiency to farming.
Can the Internet of Things (IoT) make your business smarter?
Spark believes that IoT is all about empowering businesses to use data for better decision-making, and better efficiency.
Aruba research: Value from data depends on the edge
Orgs with more mature Edge deployments are more likely to be gaining business value from their data by using it to inform decisions and processes.
IoT sees significant investment, despite economic uncertainty
Latest research from Gartner reveals that nearly half of organisations (47%) will increase investments in IoT technologies, despite the impact of COVID-19 on revenue and budgets.
Nokia: Cyber attacks on internet-connected devices on the rise
Cyberattacks on internet-connected devices continue to rise at an alarming rate due to poor security protections.
Yotta and Blue IoT partner up, with asset management solutions a key focus
Yotta and Blue IoT have entered into a collaborative partnership to work together on asset management as well as smart building and environmental services solutions.
Ingram Micro to distribute FootfallCam solutions
The people counting solutions combine hardware and software, with cameras providing visual intelligence that contributes to people management.
Spark and NNNCo agree to trans-Tasman IoT network sharing
The agreement will allow businesses to implement smart tech solutions on the other side of the Tasman without needing to set up in-country operations.
Report: Power utilities increasingly at risk of devastating cyber-attacks
“Utilities’ existing systems are becoming increasingly connected through sensors and networks, and, due to their dispersed nature, are even more difficult to control.”
DH2i launches SDP solution to enable zero trust IoT connectivity
The company, which specialises in SDP and smart availability software, says its DxOdyssey for IoT solution leverages edge computing to bolster, rather than detract from IoT security.
Epson sets sights on growing sensor market
To start selling new sensing technologies and launch a new sensing analysis technology business.
Tech Data releases Click-to-Run solutions in Aus
Click-to-Run cloud solutions equip channel partners with multi-vendor end-to-end solutions, increasing the partners’ agility and speed to market.
Frost & Sullivan: Nine growth opportunities out of COVID-19
As the industry has been reshaped by the global pandemic, a new report outlines how to stay ahead in the digitally-driven future.
Five security challenges for the Enterprise of Things
Many enterprise networks aren't adequately managed, creating risk for businesses that don’t have full visibility into all of the devices on their network, writes Forescout regional director for A/NZ Rohan Langdon.
Dicker Data announces IoT portfolio expansion with dual partnership
The new distribution partnerships with Kontakt.io and Digital Matter will provide Dicker Data’s extensive partner base with access to a full range of GPS outdoor tracking and Bluetooth indoor tracking applications and devices.
Two MSPs form symbiotic partnership
Forum Group and Tecala have forged an agreement that will allow for the exchange of services, broadening each business’ portfolio.
Why securing IoT installations will be ‘do or die’ in post-pandemic Australia
Unless IoT technology is visible on the network, organisations will find themselves at risk with an unmanageable high-tech morass, warns ExtraHop A/NZ regional sales manager Glen Maloney.
Vodafone brings xone IoT platform to Aotearoa
The platform is a localised version of a solution belonging to the Vodafone Group, providing key in-country functionality to technology.