Displaying items by tag: IT systems

GUEST OPINION by Guilad Regev, SVP Customer Care, Claroty:  Whenever there is any discussion around cybersecurity in manufacturing facilities, some common themes emerge. The first is that operational technology (OT), once isolated from the global internet and all its cyber threats, is now increasingly interconnected with IT systems, and therefore exposed to a host of new dangers.

Published in Guest Opinion
Tuesday, 10 August 2021 12:04

Job offers, hirings increase despite lockdown

The number of new jobs on offer to Australian executives increased in July despite the severe and continuing lockdown in New South Wales and occasionally other states, according to a new report from human resources firm EL Consult.

Published in Recruitment

GUEST OPINION by Adam Gordon, ANZ Country Manager, Varonis: The rise of cyber-attacks on Australia’s healthcare sector highlights just how important it is for organisations to have tight control over their data – this means knowing exactly who has access to what, and which data presents the highest risk if it were to be exposed.

Published in Guest Opinion

The Australian Communications and Media Authority (ACMA) has directed Telstra to comply with its billing accuracy obligations after an investigation found it had overcharged more than 10,000 customers a total of almost $2.5 million over a 12-year period.

Published in Telecoms & NBN

GUEST OPINION by Ashley Diffey, Ping Identity Country Manager Australia, New Zealand and Japan: Since the early days of the information technology revolution, the task of ensuring effective digital security has relied on the humble password. Used to confirm an individual’s identity, they’ve acted as the keys to vital systems and data stores.

Published in Guest Opinion

Australian-listed bathroom, kitchen and household fittings company GWA Group has used Microsoft to support a major digital transformation of its business.

Published in Deals

Sixty-five percent of Australian and New Zealand IT professionals have experienced disruptions or outages when working remotely during the COVID-19 pandemic, a higher number than their counterparts around the world, according to a new study.

Published in Home Tech
Thursday, 21 May 2020 10:43

Nutanix overhauls Adelaide Oval IT systems

Enterprise cloud computing vendor Nutanix has overhauled Adelaide Oval’s IT systems in a move aimed at helping to improve business operations and lower costs while reducing the organisation’s carbon footprint.

Published in Deals

Victorian health organisation Dandenong & District Aborigines Co-operative Limited (DDACL) has ended two years of progressively worsening problems with its IT infrastructure by migrating its technology systems to Melbourne-based technology company Acurus IT.

Published in Health

Perth-based digital transformation provider ASG Group has secured a major new contract with the West Australian Government to provide additional specialist IT services to the State’s main roads authority.

Published in Deals

Wholesale distribution group Countrywide Food Service Distributors has selected Microsoft’s Azure cloud platform as part of its strategy to streamline its IT systems.

Published in Deals

Enterprise software provider Rimini Street has been selected as the software support services provider to global auto manufacturer Hyundai-Kia Motors.

Published in Deals

SPONSORED NEWS.

It’s that time of year again, Christmas is just around the corner and retailers are in a race to deliver an integrated omnichannel experience. Most are already offering Click & Collect, alongside a multitude of other fulfilment options - but just as Click & Collect has been rapidly embraced, it has also grown in popularity faster than retailers can keep up with.

Published in Market

Adelaide Airport is deploying a fully automated airport management system from Amadeus as part of its strategic plans to meet growth demands of its business and expansion of airport operations.

Published in Deals
Thursday, 01 December 2016 00:37

Xmas, New Year spending to hit $100 billion: Tyro

With Christmas and the year’s end there’s always a swag of reports about festive season spending. In a new report from EFTPOS payments provider Tyro, Australians are forecast to make 1.5 billion transactions between now and the end of the January post-Christmas sales – peaking at an estimated 85,000 transactions per minute - and amounting to a six week $100 billion spending spree.

Published in Strategy

Medibank has assured its customers it is working around the clock to fix a problem with its systems, but has warned the problems are likely to prevent it providing annual tax statements to a majority of its customers by 15 July.

Published in Health

Small businesses are particularly vulnerable to breaches of IT security, according to a newly published survey which finds that security of data and IT systems is a growing concern for business leaders across Australia.

Published in Security
Wednesday, 18 November 2015 12:27

Tata gives a make-over to API

Australian health and beauty company, Australian Pharmaceutical Industries (API), has gone live with a comprehensive IT and business transformation program delivered by global IT services company IT services company Tata Consultancy Services.

Published in Deals
Friday, 11 September 2015 16:52

CBA outage comes under fire from Tyro

The Commonwealth Bank has copped a spray from Tyro over the latest of a string of outages of its online services, with the upstart payments provider saying it’s about time Australia’s banking system adopted world’s best practice and invested in state of the art systems required for the 21st century.

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