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The University of Waikato will be using the Tribal Student Marketing and Recruitment system for the next three years.

Published in Deals

It’s 2022 and if you’re looking to learn a new programming language, DevOps tool, public cloud, or infrastructure items, the big question is which one to go for? Here are iTWire’s picks on where to invest your time and energy.

Published in CIO Trends

GUEST OPINION: Gigamon’s ANZ Manager, George Tsoukas has shared information on an often overlooked data security area. He explains that at its most basic, a network is a system comprises two or more computers sharing resources, data and communications, with the goal of accomplishing essential tasks more quickly and effectively.

Published in Guest Opinion
Tuesday, 14 December 2021 22:59

GitHub previews improved code search

GitHub has unveiled a technology preview giving an early look into the website’s progress in helping developers explore and discover code while remaining focused on their goals.

Published in Open Source
Thursday, 04 November 2021 11:23

Thomas Dohmke succeeds Nat Friedman as GitHub CEO

GitHub today announced a change in the top job with Nat Friedman moving to Chairman Emeritus and former Chief Product Officer Thomas Dohmke stepping up to the CEO role.

Published in People Moves

Secure Code Warriors integrates real-world coding simulations into its enterprise learning solution to aid developers in levelling up their secure coding skills.

Published in Security

GitHub is holding its annual GitHub Universe conference this week with new features announced adding even more power to the site’s GitHub Actions, GitHub Copilot, and GitHub Codespaces, and introducing GitHub Issues.

Published in Open Source

10 years ago, AF Gason needed an enterprise system which could be used across the entire length of its supply chain to ensure one source of the truth. Since 2011, AF Gason has used SYSPRO as its enterprise system across the entire length of its supply chain - with excellent results!

Published in Guest case study

With the M1 Pro offering breathtaking performance that builds upon the incredible M1 launched in November 2020, and then the stunning surprise of the M1 Max that shows just how far Apple is ahead of the industry, Apple's new MacBook Pros, new AirPods, new Apple Music Voice Plan are more are set to stun, and take Apple and all of us to Warp factor 1000!

Published in Home Tech

GUEST OPINION by Peter Eldon, Sales and Marketing Director at Access4For any technology sales team, meeting a monthly budget goal is part of daily life. Yet when those sales are of one-off hardware or software items, reaching that goal can sometimes be challenging.

Published in Guest Opinion

Next week will be busy - we'll have launches from Apple, Google and now Samsung, which is unveiling its Galaxy Unpacked 2 event, with new hardware and software expected, but will these be brand new devices, or iterations of existing models?

Published in Home Tech
Tuesday, 12 October 2021 12:43

CT4 acquires Queensland’s NewBase

Australian based data company CT4 - formerly Canopy Tools - has acquired Queensland private cloud solutions provider NewBase Computer Services.

Published in Deals

GUEST INTERVIEW: Hyperscalers is the Australian next-gen open-OEM solving IT's complexity, eliminating proprietary hardware and software vendor lock-ins, delivering better technologies at competitive pricing. Doing it all from Canberra to Australian and global customers since 2014, in what is an inspiring and true success story its customers love.

Published in Guest Interviews

GUEST INTERVIEW: Hyperscalers is the Australian next-gen open-OEM solving IT's complexity, eliminating proprietary hardware and software vendor lock-ins, delivering better technologies at competitive pricing. Doing it all from Canberra to Australian and global customers since 2014, in what is an inspiring and true success story its customers love.

Published in Hardware

The annual Call for Code challenge. launched by IBM with support from the Linux Foundation and United Nations, invites the world's software developers and innovators to address climate change with open-source technology. This year four Australian teams are in the finals and one of these projects may well be the winner.

Published in Open Source

From the ability to add live video from your iDevice camera into your Keynote presentations, through to improvements for Pages and documents on iPhone, and Numbers bringing pivot tables to iPhone, iPad and Mac, Apple's office suite has had an upgrade.

Published in Apps

REVIEW PROMOTION Any business network with more than a handful of devices needs a good systems and applications monitoring tool. It will proactively alert you to outages and abnormal behaviour and allow you to see your environment's health on a single pane of glass.

Published in Guest Reviews

REVIEW PROMOTION Any business network with more than a handful of devices needs a good systems and applications monitoring tool. It will proactively alert you to outages and abnormal behaviour and allow you to see your environment's health on a single pane of glass.

REVIEW PROMOTION Any business network with more than a handful of devices needs a good systems and applications monitoring tool. It will proactively alert you to outages and abnormal behaviour and allow you to see your environment's health on a single pane of glass.

Published in Enterprise Solutions

The Australian government IT sector is forecast to spend more than $15.5 billion next year, an increase of 8.8% over the current year, the technology analyst company Gartner says.

Published in Development

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