LiveTiles has announced the acquisition of next generation employee profile and directory management software company Hyperfish for $8.9 million.
Spending on augmented reality and virtual reality within Asia Pacific is forecast to reach US$11.1 billion in 2018, as enterprise use cases increase.
A “horrible mistake” from 1997, the Java object serialisation capability for encoding objects has serious security issues.
ARN provides a weekly wrap of the phishing scams, malware attacks and security breaches impacting organisations across Australia.
Melbourne enterprise technology provider Loud&Clear is partnering up with Sitecore to support the digital transformation efforts of nursery retailer Baby Bunting.
Service providers face choppy waters ahead as automation, scalability and reliability look to challenge the channel in an era of customer change.
The legal representatives of at least four parties that sued Oracle over its 2014 acquisition of Micros Systems are set to pay hundreds of thousands of dollars to the vendor.
Veritas Technologies has named former VMware's Brian Higgins as its new channel sales leader for Asia Pacific and Japan region.
The Federal Court of Australia has agreed to let one of the three class actions being levelled against embattled Australian technology start-up Getswift proceed.
In 2017, the Openstack Foundation said it would create a new type of container. Now, Kata 1.0 is out, backed by 40-plus partners and support from chip industry heavy hitters: Intel, ARM, and AMD.
NetSuite partner Klugo Group has been selected by investment firm Vertua to consolidate its reporting system.
Deloitte has been named as the first Australian certified implementation partner for SAP Concur, SAP’s expense management SaaS subsidiary.
As the company’s first developer conference, Spec, kicked off in San Francisco, Slack stressed efforts to integrate its software with third-party apps.
Tech Data has joined an expanding list of distributors doubling down on cloud in the channel, through the launch of StreamOne Cloud Marketplace in Australia.
Public cloud may be casting a shadow over Dell Technologies’ margins, according to industry analysts.
Merchant services, point-of-sale and mobile payments firm Square is expanding its Australian operation, by launching the company’s first engineering hub outside of North America in Melbourne.
Disk imaging backup, system disaster recovery and virtualisation software vendor ActiveImage has made its way to Australia, with StorageCraft's Richard Giddey leading the charge.
TechnologyOne has reported net profit after tax of $8.1 million for the half year ending March, with its SaaS annual contract value surging by 51 per cent.
Adobe Systems will buy e-commerce services provider Magento Commerce for $1.68 billion in cash, its biggest deal in nearly a decade.
Microsoft has bundled together Windows 10, Office 365 and a variety of management tools to create its newest subscription suite, Microsoft 365.
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