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Global document productivity software company Nitro Software has released research which it says shows that while there is some desire to return to the office, most employees want to continue working from home (WFH) in some capacity and expect employers to offer remote work options post-pandemic.

Published in Enterprise Staff
Thursday, 19 August 2021 11:21

NextDC's Scroggie joins Nitro board

Document productivity software company Nitro Software has appointed Craig Scroggie to its board as an independent non-executive director.

Published in People Moves

Australian-listed document productivity software company Nitro Software has launched Nitro Sign as a standalone subscription esigning product as part of a new comprehensive, flexible pricing and packaging model for the Nitro Productivity Platform.

Published in Listed Tech

ASX-listed Nitro Software, a firm that had its origins in Melbourne and offers a service to create, edit and sign PDFs and digital documents, has begun a campaign it says will make electronic signatures a permanent feature of the Australian business landscape.

Published in Business Software

A group that uses the name Shiny Hunters appears to have put up a database exfiltrated during a data breach of ASX-listed Nitro Software, a firm that offers a service to create, edit and sign PDFs and digital documents, on the dark web for sale.

Published in Security

ASX-listed Nitro Software, a firm that had its origins in Melbourne and offers a service to create, edit and sign PDFs and digital documents, appears to have suffered a data breach through cyber criminals gaining access to the company's cloud environment via a compromise of access tokens, the cyber security firm Cyble has told iTWire.

Published in Security

ASX-listed Nitro Software, a firm that had its origins in Melbourne and offers a service to create, edit and sign PDFs and digital documents, has issued an update on Wednesday to its earlier statement regarding a data breach, in what appears to be an attempt to negate the details published about the incident by the American website Bleeping Computer and a number of other websites.

Published in Security

A software firm that had its origins in Melbourne has suffered a data breach that it has described in a notice to the ASX as "an isolated security incident" but which cyber security provider Cyble has claimed is a massive leak that affects companies like Google, Microsoft, Apple, Chase and Citibank.

Published in Security

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