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Displaying items by tag: Web Services

Thursday, 14 April 2016 10:23

A call to web services for greater API security

We know plaintext passwords are bad, yet for many a service provider, user API keys are left out in the open. Enough, says this CIO.

Published in The Wired CIO
Thursday, 21 May 2015 11:47

Dear USA, cheerio and you owe me $228

No doubt you have all heard of the infamous US “no fly list”. Well, judging by my most recent experience with US officialdom, I must be on a “no visa list”. This upsets me not because I wanted yet another visit to the US to attend a vendor’s conference but because I spent $208 for the privilege of applying for the unobtainable passport stamp.

Published in Beerfiles
Wednesday, 25 February 2015 15:54

Melbourne IT to buy Uber Global for $15m

Web services and domain names provider Melbourne IT is to buy Australian cloud services company Uber Global in a deal valued at $15.5 million.

Published in Listed Tech

A growing reliance on Web applications coupled with their vulnerability to persistent cyber-attacks are fuelling demand for Web Application Firewalls (WAFs) in the Asia-Pacific, according to newly published research.

Published in Security
Wednesday, 04 June 2014 15:49

Trend Micro securing the cloud for Melbourne IT

Listed web hosting and domain registry company Melbourne IT has selected Trend Micro Deep Security as a key component of its managed Amazon Web Services (AWS) service to provide its customers with scalable security for the cloud.

Published in Web Hosting

Australian Web solutions vendor Hostworks facilitated the live Internet broadcast of the recent Australian Little Athletics 2014 Championships (ALAC) using its newly launched Media Foundry.

Published in Web Hosting
Wednesday, 28 May 2014 02:27

‘Enabling business change’ with DevOps

Melbourne-based base2services Chief Technology Officer Aaron Walker differs with what he says is the traditional industry view that the job of a DevOps team is merely to add new features and to keep an organisation’s systems stable and fast.

Published in Cloud

New Zealand web hosting and domain names provider Web Drive has selected Arbor Networks’ cloud DDoS solution to protect its own and customer networks from Distributed Denial of Service attacks.

Published in Web Hosting

Cloud applications may be a month-to-month affair, but getting your data out when the relationship ends is an important consideration. Cloud integration provider Informatica has widened the range of services it supports for bulk data migration.

Published in Cloud Computing

Australian web content and online services digital agency, BlueArc Group, has weighed into the new business year, winning contracts with the Jenny Craig weight loss organisation and Virgin Mobile.

Published in Deals
Friday, 16 December 2011 14:14

Rapid growth forecast for LTE mobile networks

Worldwide service revenues generated by LTE mobile networks are forecast to grow rapidly once networks are launched, exceeding $265 billion by 2016, and while the total number of LTE consumer subscribers will be higher than enterprise in five years time, consumers will in fact only account for under half of total revenues.

Published in Market
Thursday, 14 July 2011 18:57

Amazon Australia?

With Australia having a comparatively strong economy amongst its peers around the world, a strong currency and a resources-backed income source, reports that Amazon is considering both an Australian data centre and a local online presence would seem to make good business sense.

Published in Entertainment

The connector is able to connect to mailboxes and public folders, has read/write capacity and supports all item types exposed by web services: Calendar, Contact, DistributionList, Message, Post, Task etc'¦

Web hosting and domain name services provider Melbourne IT has signed a three year deal with Indian IT services corporation HCL Technologies to implement its global Integrated Web Services IT integration project. The $18 million project is expected to take three years to complete.

Published in Deals
Thursday, 08 April 2010 09:06

Amazon SNS free for light users

Amazon has come up with another web service: Amazon Simple Notification Service.

Thursday, 26 November 2009 08:57

Websense's new APAC sales exec

Websense has appointed a new head of its Asia Pacific sales operation with responsibility for building business in the region.

Published in People Moves
Sunday, 11 October 2009 06:42

WebSpy looks to acquire Marketboomer group

Australian-based Internet services provider, WebSpy, is set to acquire procurement and materials management system provider, Marketboomer, with its announcement that it has entered into share sale agreements for a full buyout of the Marketboomer Group.

Published in Strategy
Enterprises globally are expected to adopt cloud solutions en masse in the next 12 months, according to a new study published in a whitepaper by search leader Google. CRM, however, will not be the major driving application.

Published in Market
Wednesday, 16 September 2009 01:51

Microsoft simplifies Mac Office product line

With the release of Office 2008 for Mac Business Edition, Microsoft trims its Mac Office product line to two entries. The new package is essentially the old full edition of Office, with the addition of some enterprise-oriented networking features.

Published in Development
Internode is aggressively going after marketshare in the highly competitive enterprise broadband market with the boosting of capacity in its New South Wales data centre and the launch of symmetrical high-speed DSL2 services in Sydney and Melbourne.

Published in Market
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