COMPANY NEWS: Laidlaw College, the largest interdenominational theological college in New Zealand, has announced that it has gone live with Tribal's student management system. Designed specifically for vocational education and training providers, ebs:VET is off-the-shelf student management system which uses knowledge, best practices, and powerful features from the enterprise version of ebs deployed in hundreds of educational institutions globally and is now set to transform Laidlaw College's staff and students' experience.
For many of us, the way we work is different to how people approached their career development a few years back, and micro-credentials provide great new ways to upskill, resell, or transform careers.
Australian-listed technology services business Atturra says that strong organic growth and growth from acquisitions continued to contribute towards the solid full-year results for FY22 the company anounced today.
Barracuda researchers in the past 12 months identified and analysed 106 highly-publicised ransomware attacks and found it targeted crucial industries: education (15%), municipalities (12%), healthcare (12%), infrastructure (8%), and financial (6%) sector.
COMPANY NEWS: Somerville, one of the most experienced end-to-end Technology service providers in Australia, is this month celebrating its 40th anniversary since the company was founded riding a wave of strong year-on-year growth and continuing to underpin the complex demands of its growing customer base.
Cypher Learning, a provider of intelligent learning platforms for schools, universities and organisations, has been chosen by Sunshine Coast International College (SCIC) to deliver a program to enhance and automate students' learning experience.
Apple enterprise management specialist Jamf has introduced Jamf Safe Internet to help its school customers protect minors from harmful content on the internet.
Seven Canberra-based startups have received between $10,000 and $30,000 in matched funding in the latest Innovation Connect round.
GUEST OPINION: The internet offers schoolchildren everywhere unprecedented opportunities for learning. In the classroom or at home, it provides vast amounts of essential information to support student course curriculum while also providing an essential place to communicate with fellow students, teachers and organisations across an ever-expanding range of platforms.
Canon Oceania has opened submissions for its 2022 Grants Program. This year, the company has introduced a new sub-category to its community grant, to specifically support the recovery of flood-affected businesses and community organisations following the recent devastating floods in Queensland and New South Wales.
GUEST OPINION: Trellix, the cybersecurity company delivering the future of extended detection and response (XDR), conducted new research into the talent shortage afflicting the cybersecurity industry. Among the key findings, 85% of those surveyed believe the workforce shortage is impacting their organisations’ abilities to secure increasingly complex information systems and networks. Of the current workforce, 30% plan to change professions in the future.
GUEST INTERVIEW: The idea of using private wireless networks instead of Wi-Fi, LANs or carrier-operated wireless networks has taken root in recent years. iTWIre discussed the issue with Federated Wireless CTO Kurt Schaubach.
GUEST OPINION: When senior business leaders think about cybersecurity, it's likely they are focused on the technical measures in place within their organisation that provide effective protection.
There is a lack of boardroom awareness of cybersecurity, and a broad assumption from executives that their company will never get attacked, despite rising ransomware incidences, impact, and cost, according to the findings of the third edition of Sophos’ survey report, The Future of Cybersecurity in Asia Pacific and Japan in collaboration with Tech Research Asia.
Technology services provider Atturra is now an Australia and New Zealand Tribal alliance partner.
Artificial intelligence is enjoying a huge resurgence, with the computing power of the cloud now able to bring life to machinery. Yet, many companies struggle to identify how to apply AI to their business. Educational assessment company Janison figured it out, allowing this Sydney-headquartered, ASX listed organisation to accurately score free-text exam responses in many languages around the globe.
From the SolarWinds attacks throughout last year to the influx of Apache Log4j vulnerability exploitations, the 2022 Security Report conducted by Check Point Research reveals the key attack vectors and techniques in 2021.
GUEST OPINION: Career progression is something never far from the mind of most IT professionals: will my current skills become obsolete? What skills will be in demand? What new technologies will emerge that will demand new skills? In short, what choices do I need to make for a successful and rewarding career?
Australia’s tech industry peak body the Australian Information Industry Association (AIIA) says its support for the growth of Australia’s ICT workforce has seen more than 1,340 Queenslanders participate in the two pilot Queensland Government supported ICT micro-credentialing courses in the past 12 months.
With anti-bacterial coatings finally being applied directly to devices, as Dynabook's two new Satellite Pro models feature, as will the rest of Dynabook's range as new models are released, we learn about both models, great accessories, great results and a sneak peek into the future.
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