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Oracle has announced new logistics capabilities to help organisations increase the efficiency of their global supply chains. The new features are available in Oracle Fusion Cloud Supply Chain and Manufacturing, Oracle Transportation Management, and Oracle Global Trade Management. They will help customers reduce costs, improve accuracy, automate regulatory compliance, and enhance logistics flexibility.

Published in Enterprise Solutions
Friday, 16 December 2022 12:47

Exponential Technology Group acquires Braemac

Exponential Technology Group (XTG) has announced it has reached a definitive agreement to acquire Sydney-headquartered Braemac, a specialist in product design, development, testing and the supply of semiconductors, systems, and electronic components.

Published in Market
Wednesday, 30 November 2022 10:14

Ten key security trends to watch in 2023

GUEST OPINION: High-profile cyberattacks on major companies were a distressing feature of 2022 with the number of high impact breaches eye-opening. There has been a sharp increase in ransomware attacks in the Asia Pacific region and the sophistication of cybercriminal weaponising their tools into as-a-service model. Millions of people were affected and faced the prospect of their personal details being made public.

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A bifurcation of the global semiconductor industry will be expensive and risky, and pose threats to quality and reliability as well, the rating agency S&P Global Ratings says in a research note issued earlier this month, adding that China and other Asia-Pacific producers are likely to suffer more.

Published in Technology Regulation

System software company Dematic combines its supply chain expertise with Google Cloud’s artificial intelligence and machine learning technologies to bolster supply chain resiliency and deliver go-to market solutions.

Published in Cloud

Australian-based Pronto Software Ltd has launched the latest major version of its enterprise resource planning (ERP) platform, Pronto Xi, building a new bedrock for the future of the platform and tackling supply chain challenges head-on.

Published in Enterprise Solutions

Global shipments of traditional PCs fell 15.3% in the second quarter of 2022 to 71.3 million units, the technology analyst firm IDC says, adding that the year-on-year drop was the second consecutive decrease after two years of increases.

Published in Hardware

Independent data and analytics consultancy, Decision Inc Australia has expanded its offering to clients in the retail, FMCG, manufacturing, supply chain and logistics sectors by partnering with provenio.ai, a leading provider of artificial intelligence and hyper automation solutions.

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Global smartphone sales fell below 100 million units in May, the second time this happened since it first occurred after the pandemic broke, the technology analyst firm Counterpoint Research claims.

Published in Mobility

Following an extensive early adopter program, ERP vendor SYSPRO has launched its Cloud ERP deployment option to Australian manufacturers and distributors. This provides businesses with the agility to meet evolving market demands amidst ongoing supply chain disruptions.

Published in Enterprise Solutions

GUEST OPINION: Australian businesses of all shapes and sizes need to be more proactive about identifying and preparing for major crises.

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GUEST OPINION: There's no doubt the last couple of years have been interesting ones for ICT channel businesses. The curve ball that was COVID-19 brought unprecedented uncertainty to the market and triggered a tsunami of digital transformation. So, what does the remainder of the year hold in store? Here are five security-related trends your channel business should be across in 2022.

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iTWireTV speaks with SYSPRO chief product officer Paulo de Matos about how technology will help build our sovereign manufacturing capability to ensure supply chain resilience, a topical issue right now as businesses of all sizes and reach struggle with supply chain challenges.

Published in Guest Interviews

Zebra Technologies in association with TMX, Manhattan Associates, TFMXpress, and Sociall conducted an expert panel today on the supply chain crisis facing the world, how we got to this point, and how we get out of it.

Published in Guest Events

2021 began with the SolarWinds supply chain attack and ended with the Log4j vulnerabilities, with vastly increased levels of ransomware in between. Cybercriminals are on the rise and 2022 shows no sign of abating. SonicWall’s comprehensive 66-page report brings you research, trends, and insights that make it a must-read for all CISOs, CTOs, and CIOs.

Published in Security

COMPANY NEWS: HID Global, the worldwide leader in trusted identity and physical security solutions, outlines and discusses important trends that are set to reshape the security industry in 2022 and beyond.

Published in Company News

GUEST INTERVIEW: Industry 4.0 and CFO 4.0 are instrumental in building the factories of the future, with manufacturing CFOs now taking on the dual roles of financial decision-maker and business navigator, so what defines the 4.0 designation, what are details of SYSPRO's new CFO 4.0 report, and what else does Sanjay have to say?

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GUEST INTERVIEW: Industry 4.0 and CFO 4.0 are instrumental in building the factories of the future, with manufacturing CFOs now taking on the dual roles of financial decision-maker and business navigator, so what defines the 4.0 designation, what are details of SYSPRO's new CFO 4.0 report, and what else does Sanjay have to say?

Published in Enterprise Solutions

GUEST RESEARCH: Zscaler, the leader in cloud security, today announced the release of its annual State of Encrypted Attacks Report, which tracked and analysed over 20 billion threats blocked over HTTPS, a protocol originally designed for secure communication over networks. This year's study found an increase of more than 314% year-over-year across geographical areas that include APAC, Europe, and North America, underscoring the need for a zero trust security model and greater traffic inspection than most companies can achieve with legacy firewall-based security models.

Published in Guest Research

The US is considering the use of a national security law harking back to the Cold War-era to force companies that are part of the semiconductor supply chain to provide confidential data about their operations if they do not respond with answers in 45 days.

Published in Technology Regulation




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