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Mandiant researchers uncover significant new disinformation campaign
Researchers from Mandiant say they have uncovered a significant disinformation campaign from the Chinese Government in the wake of U.S. Speaker Nancy Pelosi's visit to Taiwan.
Secureworks reveals new information on BRONZE STARLIGHT threat group
New research from Secureworks has uncovered new information on the Chinese threat group BRONZE STARLIGHT and how they are using targeted ransomware to initiate complicated attacks.
Workday winning on culture and family focus
This family-first approach sees all employees receive access to family-wide private healthcare cover, as well as income protection and life insurance policies.
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Link revealed between censorship and VPN surges across Asia
Countries across Asia are experiencing a surge of VPN networks, an uptake that is likely due to increased censorship in the region.
Govt creates roadmap for growth in NZ's tech sector
The digital technology sector is now one of the country’s top earners, contributing an estimated $6.6 billion to the economy in 2019.
'Regulatory challenges' kill NVIDIA's Arm acquisition deal
The deal's off but NVIDIA still loses $1.25 billion, which Arm owner SoftBank Group will treat as profit in Q4.
RingCentral & Vodafone launch UC solution in Hong Kong, Singapore
“Enterprises today have growing global communications needs to meet the ever-evolving demands of their mobile and distributed workforce."
NEXTDC's S2 data centre brings AWS Direct Connect to Sydney
The Sydney data centre is the fourth NEXTDC facility in Australia to host AWS Direct Connect for private network connections.
2021 Open source Awards celebrate best NZ has to offer
"The joy of open source is the joy of sharing, learning from others and building capability that can be used anywhere by anyone."
Google unveils Workspace 'Starter Edition' to calm waters after G-Suite backlash
“Starting today, with Essentials Starter, employees can make the switch from legacy productivity tools and experience the difference with Google Workspace.”
UCG secures Chorus contracts for fibre & network infrastructure across North Island
“UCG has proven itself to be a strong and proactive performer that understands the importance of customer, staff and delivery partner relationships," says Chorus' Andrew Carroll.
Valta Technology Group appointed to ATO's Peppol eInvoicing panel
“There has never been a more critical time for Government agencies to regain control of their procurement and invoicing functions."
Block completes Afterpay buyout as Square & Cash App first to offer integration
Block, the company behind payment apps including Square, Cash App, Spiral, and TIDAL, is already making the most of Afterpay's buy now, pay later offering.
LogMeIn changes name to GoTo; releases new product portfolio
"We understand their particular challenges and have the focus and resources needed to address these pain points to better serve their dynamic working environments.”
Lightstorm & DE-CIX bolster interconnection for India service providers
DE-CIX chief executive officer Ivo Ivanov says the company is thrilled to expand its partner network in India.
Extreme Networks appoints Scott Peterson as global channel chief
Peterson will lead growth in the company’s global channel program and its go-to-market strategy for partners.
Show, don't tell: CISOs encouraged to be security 'influencers' rather than 'enforcers'
Show, don’t tell: That’s the approach CISOs need to take if they want to better manage cybersecurity in their organisation, according to a new report from KPMG.
Nexcess integrates with HubSpot to serve growing online businesses
“Increasingly, businesses are being driven to start or grow their business online. And these entrepreneurs are being challenged to up their game."
From the human brain to the stars beyond: Swinburne supercomputer to support new discoveries
The as-yet-unnamed supercomputer will enable Victoria to stay on the cutting edge of space, medical technology, and sustainability research.
"Unacceptably slow" diversity progress within company boards - Deloitte
While the number of women on company boards is rising, it could take more than 20 years to achieve equal parity.
PAM security specialist ThycoticCentrify rebrands to Delinea
:We are providing privileged access without the excess," says Delinea CEO Art Gilliland.
Wise partners with Tencent to provide international money transfers through Weixin
“China is the world’s second largest remittance recipient with USD$60 billion inflow into the country in 2020," states Wise.