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Machine learning operations, a new practice in the space enterprise, is on the rise, according to Micro Focus. This practice is helping “develop, deploy, and monitor” data models, and it is predicted that the market for this solution will grow to US$4 billion in 2025, making it an important priority for IT businesses.

Published in Business IT

IT consulting firm JDS Australia has appointed former IBM and Micro Focus executive, John Banks as National Sales Director.

Published in People Moves

Enterprise software provider Micro Focus has announced it is to invest heavily in the channel for its Application Modernisation and Connectivity (AMC) portfolio, including funding resources at multiple partners in Australia and New Zealand.

Published in Strategy
Friday, 12 March 2021 19:04

What is the 'post-COVID normal?'

We asked a number of IT executives what the 'new normal' might look like as the impact of COVID-19 wanes.

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Mentoring company Protégé has partnered with enterprise software provider Micro Focus for a second consecutive year to run its mentoring program in Australia to support the advancement of women in leadership and help empower women to be leaders.

Published in Strategy
Thursday, 18 February 2021 11:41

Micro Focus backs Jaguar Racing

Jaguar Racing has gained the support of enterprise software provider Micro Focus for its tilt at the Formula E championship.

Published in Deals
Thursday, 04 February 2021 16:32

Micro Focus Offers SMAX as a Service in Australia

Enterprise software vendor Micro Focus's Service Management Automation X (SMAX) as a service now allows data to be hosted by Amazon Web Services in Sydney..

Published in Business Software
Tuesday, 15 December 2020 14:27

Gould joins EncompaaS as CCO

Compliance platform provider EncompaaS has appointed David Gould as its chief customer officer.

Published in People Moves
Monday, 14 December 2020 11:58

Collins commands channels at Micro Focus ANZ

Enterprise software vendor Micro Focus has appointed Jonty Collins to the role of channel director for Australia and New Zealand.

Published in People Moves
Wednesday, 18 November 2020 06:56

Report claims SUSE may be considering an IPO in 2021

Germany open source provider SUSE will go in for an initial public offering next year, the American news service Bloomberg reports, adding that its owner, Swedish private equity firm EQT, is already consulting advisers about the listing.

Published in Open Source

UK-based technology vendor Micro Focus has announced its identity management solution has been selected by Insync Solutions as part of the South Australian Department for Education’s EdPass project.

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UK-based technology vendor Micro Focus has announced artificial intelligence (AI)-powered enhancements to the intelligent testing capabilities of the UFT Family of solutions designed to reduce the overall complexity of automating the functional testing processes.

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Mentoring company Protégé has teamed up with UK-based technology vendor Micro Focus to launch its inaugural mentoring program in Sydney aimed at supporting the advancement of women in leadership and to help empower women to be leaders.

Published in Strategy

Seventy percent of enterprises favour modernisation as an approach for implementing strategic change as compared to the replacing/retiring of key COBOL applications, according to a survey commissioned by UK technology company Micro Focus.

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Open source firm SUSE has completed the process of acquisition by its fourth owner — Swedish growth investor EQT — and says it would now be the largest independent open source company, a status that Red Hat once enjoyed until it was bought by IBM.

Published in Open Source
Tuesday, 03 July 2018 05:17

SUSE Linux gets fourth owner in 15 years

Germany-based SUSE Linux has gone through its fourth sale in the last 15 years, with the new owner, Swedish growth investor EQT, having acquired the company from current owner, Britain's Micro Focus, for US$2.535 billion, with the UK firm using the proceeds to repay part of its existing debt.

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American technology companies may be required by law to inform the government if they permit countries seen as enemies — China and Russia, for example — access to the source code of applications that are being used by the US military.

Published in Government Tech Policy
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