Canberra-based ArchTis has started trading on the ASX on 21 September after raising $8 million during an initial public offering.
ARN provides a weekly wrap of the phishing scams, malware attacks and security breaches impacting organisations across Australia.
Tesserent has formed an alliance with cloud and infrastructure firm SXiQ, in a bid to boost its managed networks and cloud services offerings.
Google gave details about its policies for third-party Gmail add-ons but stopped short of fully addressing questions from U.S. senators.
ARN honoured the industry’s finest on a memorable evening for the Australian channel, recognising the achievements of a leading line-up of partners, start-ups, vendors, distributors and individuals.
Covata has announced its 10-year software license agreement (SLA) with Cisco will come to an end in 12 months, six years ahead of schedule.
KPMG has unveiled plans to deliver Alibaba Cloud to businesses across multiple industries globally, starting with Asia Pacific and Europe.
Australian cyber security specialists Seccom Global has signed a managed security services provider deal with endpoint security vendor SentinelOne.
Dell EMC has been awarded a $11.2 million contract with the Department of Home Affairs for two new enterprise electronic storage arrays.
Internet security firm One Identity has promoted its long-serving sales engineer to lead its Asia-Pacific and Japan operation.
CSIRO's Data61 has partnered with Hensoldt Cyber to develop a hardware-software stack to protect against cyber attacks on defence systems, smart factories, autonomous vehicles and critical infrastructure.
Microsoft Managed Desktop is expected to launch across A/NZ in early 2019, offering customers an alternative way to manage IT.
Specialist IBM provider Rocket Software has acted on plans to increase capabilities across A/NZ, through the acquisition of Perth-based Fundi Software.
The Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) has put a request for tender (RfT) seeking submissions for the development, hosting and support of the 2021 Census Digital Service.
Researchers at Tenable discovered a zero-day vulnerability dubbed "Peekaboo" which makes video surveillance recordings vulnerable.
From the heart of Canberra, Netier is accelerating expansion plans across Australia, starting with increased presence in Brisbane.
Veeam has apologised for exposing 445 million customer records on an open server from Amazon Web Services, blaming the leak on “human error”.
Sydney-based consultancy firm Cloudten has achieved the Amazon Web Services security competency status, joining a select group of partners.
The market for hyper-converged integrated systems is forecast to grow 79 per cent to reach in 2018, propelling it toward mainstream use.
The Missing Link has signed a reseller deal with US-headquartered Nozomi Networks for its cyber security and operational visibility for industrial control systems solutions.
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