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Samsung top brand in Asia for seventh year in a row
The South Korean technology superstar has once again been rated as the best brand among those in 17 different market categories.
34 tech heavyweights stand strong: Protecting the globe from cyber threats
Not only with the companies protect customers, they've also vowed not to help governments who want to go on the cyber offensive.
E-retailers outdoing bricks and mortar
“E-retailers have an advantage where they can pass real estate cost savings onto their customers to undercut the bricks and mortar businesses.”
Trade Me, The Warehouse and GrabOne lead online shopping
New Zealanders are hooked to online shopping, according to new research from Nielsen NZ, with cyberspace providing limitless options.
Screen Wars: the changing video landscape
While TV is still the screen of choice for viewing video, device proliferation and social-media is shifting the power from the provider to the people.
What makes Kiwis click?
As mobile devices drive internet shopping across New Zealand, why are Kiwis heading online?
Whitepaper: How to explain why IT security needs more budget
Do you want to convince your higher-ups that IT and security need more budget?
A step-by-step guide to starting the security discussion with your executives
Your organisation has “jewels” in your servers and critical endpoints: Data.
E-book: The quick MSP guide to Security-as-a-Service
You may have a great security offering in you -aaS portfolio, but how do you know if it's the right one? And what could it cost you if it isn't?
The features that should be front and centre when evaluating SIEMs
According to Frost & Sullivan, SIEM can either be an enabler or a retardant and there's a thin line between the two - here's the key attributes.
Review: Cut through the noise with AI-driven threat analytics
SANS has provided an independent review of a new AI analytics solution designed to rescue businesses 'drowning in data' from SIEM platforms.