Indian IT services and outsourcing company Wipro is partnering with location data and technology platform provider HERE Technologies to offer location-based services to customers from energy & utilities, manufacturing, transport & logistics, telecom and automotive industry verticals.
Emerging technologies bring the potential globally for increased efficiencies, cost savings and improved security for enterprises, but businesses in Australia and New Zealand (ANZ) are being hampered when it comes to implementing emerging technology, according to a new global report.
Australian tech company Divvy is deploying its Internet of Things (IoT) I/O Controller to help building managers automate car parking and property functions using smart building technology.
South African IoT device company G8Way Technologies has announced a deal with global satellite IoT connectivity solutions provider eSAT to use eSAT satellites for tracking endangered species.
Schneider Electric has appointed 15-year telecommunications industry veteran Rajesh Thangaraj as Edge Solutions Evangelist of its Secure Power division in Australia.
Singtel and Nokia are collaborating on developing and trialling 5G network slicing capabilities, based on a Network as a Service (NaaS) approach aimed at providing customers with “highly customisable” services for a variety of 5G use cases and applications.
GUEST OPINION: As CTO of a monitoring company that has become successful in the classic IT sector, I face many challenges. Some recurring questions: How can we at Paessler transfer over 20 years of experience in network monitoring to future technological developments, especially the Internet of Things? Which overall goals, milestones and methods should I introduce from a management perspective? And what specific opportunities do I see for Paessler?
GUEST OPINION: Melbourne is ranked as Australia’s most advanced smart city and one of the world’s top ten most connected smart cities, according to a recent report by Oracle and ESI ThoughtLab. 1 It’s exceptional not just because it uses data or technology, as most cities do, but because it extracts value from data in ways that enhance livability, experience, sustainability and economic growth.
2020 will be a watershed year for businesses leveraging technology to transform and personalise experiences, deliver improved business outcomes, and drive hyper-efficient operations at the network edge, according to Keerti Melkote, president of Intelligent Edge for HPE and Aruba Networks president and founder.
With a number of global certificate outages, malicious software backdoors and major data breaches, 2019 was a banner year for cybercriminals, according to machine identity protection provider Venafi which warns that security professionals should expect to see more attacks targeting machine identities throughout 2020.
Microsoft and Nokia have announced a strategic collaboration aimed at accelerating transformation and innovation across industries with cloud, Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Internet of Things (IoT).
The retail and healthcare sectors are the two business and industry sectors leading Internet of Things (IoT) adoption around the world, according to a new survey on ‘intelligent’ enterprises.
A consortium of start-ups and more established players say they have identified an innovative way to improve waste management and drive operational efficiencies at Sydney Fish Market using the Internet of Things.
Companies in the agritech sector are moving towards the introduction of Internet of Things systems to run their business, but a new report says there’s an urgent need for upskilling employees to cope with IoT.
Global security company Bitdefender has done a deal to license networking provider NETGEAR to include its IoT security technology in the latter's networking devices.
Many enterprises are faced with a lack of Internet of Things skills putting at risk the success of their IoT deployments, according to a new global report from UK-based satellite communications provider Inmarsat.
Australia and New Zealand rank among the top four countries in Asia Pacific, excluding Japan, that are the most capable and ready to generate efficiencies linked to IoT solutions, according to a newly published report.
New Zealand’s largest telco Spark has started the development of a country-wide low-power wide area network to enable the Internet of Things.
Giant US telco AT&T has joined the executive council of Internet of Things Alliance Australia (IoTAA), bringing its global expertise and insights on platform development, collaboration, cyber security and smart city initiatives to the organisation.
Global cyber security solutions provider Trend Micro has invested US$100 million to launch a corporate venture fund to explore emerging technology markets and to nurture a portfolio of start-ups.
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