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Debit card system provider eftpos has collaborated with FinTech Australia, to propose a report recommending how Australian fintechs can best leverage the eftpos digital roadmap and API programs - and work in partnership for the betterment of Australia’s digital economy.

Published in Strategy

GUEST RESEARCH: Fastly, a global edge cloud platform provider, today released new research in partnership with Enterprise Strategy Group (ESG) that uncovers a crucial need for a unified, modern, and simplified approach to security. The study, based on insights from information security and IT professionals in Australia and globally, revealed growing concerns around adequately securing the rapidly rising number of mission-critical cloud services and API-centric applications introduced as part of ongoing digital transformations.

Published in Guest Research
Thursday, 01 July 2021 17:22

Deakin builds Applicant Portal with MuleSoft

Deakin University has been reviewing its various systems as part of a migration from on-premises to the cloud. The existing student management system (SMS) wasn't ideal but a suitable replacement could not be found.

Published in Business IT

OfficeMaps is the interactive office maps and visual directory software that revolutionised the efficiency of office usage before the pandemic, and even more so now in mid-2021, with its recently released hot desk reservation calendar feature, so we spoke to CXO Robert Wilkinson to learn more!

Published in Business IT

Talking to prospects teaches more than reading market research. Recent customer engagements (unfortunately still virtual) made it loud and clear – businesses need effective security.

Published in Guest Opinion

With COVID-19 an accelerator for organisations embarking on their digital transformation journeys, the companies who help enable these transformations are accelerating, too, with Jitterbit expanding its team accordingly.

Published in People Moves

Cloud computing and virtualisation software and services company VMware has released fixes for two vulnerabilities in three of its products, which could be chained together and exploited to execute code remotely, a researcher says.

Published in Security

The New Zealand-owned and operated Catalyst Cloud has announced that it has launched a tech preview of what it claims is the first managed database service in the country.

Published in Cloud

Millions of people around the world are using MS teams to chat meet call and collaborate from anywhere

Published in ResearchWire

Australian software developer, CIBIS, shows the collaboration between Government and private enterprise pays off.

Published in Local Government

INTERVIEW PROMOTION * Integration specialist, ANATAS, is a premium partner for SoftwareAG webMethods, with over 30 major Australian integration projects under its belt. Getting buy-in starting from the top is critical for any integration or digital transformation project to succeed, they say.

Published in Enterprise Solutions

Interview Ian Ward - DevOps Solution Architect at Software AG

International software company, Software AG, has been helping companies innovate through leveraging the power of their data for over 50 years. It has put this depth of experience to the fore in helping companies expose data safely through its webMethods API management product.

PROMOTIONAL INTERVIEW*  Ian Ward - DevOps Solution Architect at SoftwareAG

International software company, SoftwareAG, has been helping companies innovate through leveraging the power of their data for over 50 years. It has put this depth of experience to the fore in helping companies expose data safely through its webMethods API management product.

Published in Development
Tuesday, 26 November 2019 14:48

Panasonic offers face recognition as a service

Panasonic has made available a face recognition API to its customers in Japan.

Published in Business Software

Cyber protection and hybrid cloud storage company Acronis has launched early access to its new Cyber Platform, allowing developers access to two APIs and four SDKs to build and extend their applications with Acronis technologies.

On the eve of Google's campaign to flaunt its security credentials by marking sites which do not have https, the Israeli security firm CyberArk has revealed details of a flaw in the search giant's own APIs, which could have caused it to lose considerable income.

Published in Security

Today's cloud content platforms help companies transform the way they and their people work, solving simple and complex information challenges, so why does Box think it's an outside-the-box solution?

Published in Business Software

The biggest and best Apple developer conference worldwide is Apple's own yearly WWDC, and instead of being held at Apple's new spaceship-like campus, it's on at San Jose's McEnery Convention Centre.

Published in Development

Australian battery company Redflow has beefed up its board with the recruitment of senior financial executive and director Jenny Macdonald as it prepares to start production in Thailand.

Published in People Moves

With 20 new offerings and significant enhancements in its product portfolio, CA is confident it has the tools your business needs to tackle agility, intelligent automation, data driven insights, security and more to avoid disruption.

Published in Business Software
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