Data#3's net profit after tax for the six months ending 2017 plummeted by more than 50 per cent, amid customer delays and supplier delivery constraints.
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Amazon’s entry into Australia stands to drive local retailers to focus on segment-specific knowledge, while increasing investment in technology.
Audit points to "inadequacies" in the ATO's business continuity management planning relating to critical infrastructure.
Momentum Cloud is set to create almost 100 jobs over the next five years, after being offered a helping hand by the NSW Government.
Fresh off a positive earnings call that saw Cisco report $11.9 billion in revenue for the 2Q 2018, CEO Chuck Robbins has a lot to crow about.
Based on the current progress for Windows 10 version 1809, due out later this year, it now looks like the earlier update for the OS will arrive early April.
Tech Data has been appointed as distributor for Dbvisit across A/NZ, an Auckland-based vendor specialising in replicating and streaming Oracle data.
TNA Solutions is replacing legacy enterprise resource planning systems with Microsoft Dynamics 365, deployed through provider Sable37.
Cisco has unveiled three new cloud-based endpoint solutions designed to improve protection levels of businesses, delivered through MSSPs.
Intel shareholders and customers have filed 32 class action lawsuits in connection with recently-disclosed security flaws in the vendor's microchips.
Capgemini’s efforts to transform itself into a digital and cloud service provider appear to be paying off.
Google Cloud is set to boost its IoT services standing with the acquisition of Xively, a division of LogMeIn, for a reported US$50 million.
Bulletproof has reported a net loss after tax of $1.3 million for the six months ending December, citing pressure from external public cloud vendors.
FedEx has secured some of the customer identification records visible on an unsecured server, with no evidence that data was "misappropriated."
NEXTDC has expanded its Oracle cloud offerings by adding dedicated and private access to Oracle Cloud through Oracle Cloud Infrastructure FastConnect.
The Australian Government is looking for proposals from tech players for the provision of hosting services for its govCMS platform.
Telstra plans to double down on its efforts to reduce costs as it works to minimise the impact caused by the NBN rollout.
AC3 has edged a step closer to acquiring cloud specialists Bulletproof, after entering into a scheme implementation deed to wholly acquire the business.
They may not have the cachet of entrepreneurs, or geek chic of developers, but data protection officers are suddenly the hottest properties in technology.
Asia Pacific Data Centre Group is getting ready to sell its NEXTDC-tenanted property assets for $280 million to an unnamed buyer.
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