Exabeam completes protected level IRAP assessment in Australia
Exabeam has successfully passed an IRAP assessment at the Protected level for its Security Operations Platform in Australia.
Huawei claims inaugural Mentoring SG Corporate Excellence Award
Huawei bags the debut Mentoring SG Corporate Excellence Award, affirming its commitment to nurturing Singapore's mentorship ecosystem.
ICT spending expected to bounce back after a slow 2023
Worldwide spending on ICT is forecast to grow steadily through 2027 with a 5.7% CAGR, following a slightly slower 2023.
Indonesian CIO Network to launch first fintech workshop in Bali
Indonesia's oldest CXO community, Indonesian CIO Network (ICION), is set to roll out the first fintech workshop in Bali on 8 10 November 2023.
Only 3 days left to transform at Australia’s Largest ICT Trade Show
There's only one week to go until Australia's largest ICT trade show, Digital Transformation LIVE 2023 kicks off.
Progility Technologies and Honeylight Consulting partner
The alliance enables Progility Technologies and Honeylight Consulting to help customers accelerate business outcomes and achieve digital transformation.
European ICT spending will remain resilient in 2023: IDC
European ICT spending will remain resilient in 2023, with channel partners taking around one-third of the total market through 2026, says IDC.
Somerville now a supplier partner of Queensland’s Local Buy
Somerville has been appointed as an approved supplier partner with Local Buy, tasked with procurement and probity services to the Queensland Government.
Exclusive: How Pioneer Computers lives up to its name in ANZ
Pioneer Computers specialises in the design, development and manufacture of a range of ICT and IoT equipment and devices.
IWD 2023: Why equity in the ICT world needs to start in primary school
Inspiring young girls with the transformational power of technology will help close the sector’s stubbornly wide gender gap.
IWD 2023: Time to embrace equity to support women In tech
In championing women in ICT, we must create equitable conditions for female ICT students and professionals to flourish at every stage of their career.
IWD 2023: Why gender equality requires more than corporate policies
Australian tech companies strive for gender equity, but work remains to close wage and leadership gaps, according to the 2022 Global Gender Gap Report.
IWD 2023: How demonstrating your expertise can help other women get on in the ICT industry
UK women in the ICT industry are working to challenge the tokenism and lack of knowledge about their roles in the sector.
IWD 2023: There's opportunity for women in cyber if you're bold enough to seize it
Having pivoted into cybersecurity over the past one and a half years, I can say with certainty that this growing industry holds so many prospects for women.
IWD 2023: Equity for profit - The benefits of a diverse workforce in the ICT industry
The technology industry in ANZ is making progress in embracing equity and diversity, but more needs to be done.
IWD 2023: Slow but steady - why gender equity can’t be a quick fix
It’s important organisations keep plugging away with programs and initiatives to make ICT a more female-friendly industry.
The Liquid Future of Data Centre Cooling
The data infrastructure industry is under pressure to deliver services efficiently and cleanly. Cooling technologies offer a greener path forward.
2023's top ICT skills in demand: Facing the challenges head-on with Lumify
We just welcomed the new year. And like many, the Lumify Team (previously known as DDLS) has carved out time to set goals and review milestones.
DDLS Group buys digital skills training provider for $19.1M
DDLS Group has completed the A$19.1m acquisition of Nexacu, expanding its portfolio of business units and digital skills training capabilities.
Up to $2.4 million shortfall in the collapse of IndeServe
Networking service provider IndeServe has appointed liquidators, with a potential shortfall of between $1 million and $2.4 million.
Longstanding Kiwi field service contractor Indeserve in liquidation
IndeServe, a longstanding local service contractor that has worked with companies including IBM, Fujitsu and Datacom, has voluntarily filed for liquidation.
Trading up: It's time to swap core systems for flexible digital applications
This year will see more oranisations planning and commencing high tech renovations that will shake up the way they operate.
$20m boost for digital technologies announced
The government is spending an extra $20m over four years on its plan to transform the digital technologies industry.
Raring to return: could ICT professionals who’ve been out of the workforce help solve the talent shortage?
Supporting rusty but willing workers to brush up on their skills can be a win-win, says Class Ltd chief technology officer, Alexis Rouch.