Management news stories
MYOB snaps up Sydney-based management software specialists
MYOB has announced the acquisition of Sydney-based business management software and support specialists, GT Business Solutions.
New study reveals 51% of employees using unauthorised apps
The research shows that 92% of employees and managers in large enterprises want full control over applications, but they don't have it.
Schneider Electric and Claroty launch building security solution
Schneider Electric has announced the launch of Cybersecurity Solutions for Buildings, a solution designed to help buildings customers secure BMS.
The importance of service level management to customer experience
Staffing shortages have impacted site reliability engineers in particular since they are under extreme pressure to ensure that digital assets perform at optimum levels 24/7.
Airwallex launches new bank feed integration with NetSuite
Airwallex has launched a new bank feed integration with NetSuite, developed in partnership with NetSuite solution partner, Onlineone.
Genetec launches new enclosure management system for data centers
Genetec has released a new enclosure management solution that will give data centers the ability to secure, monitor and manage access to racks and cabinets remotely.
Xero unveils small business comprehensive subscription plan
Xero has announced a new comprehensive subscription plan to meet the growing needs of small businesses to be rolled out across A/NZ in the coming months.
Optic Security Group
Optic Security Group achieves new ISO certifications for A/NZ
Optic Security Group has achieved three International Organisation for Standardisation (ISO) certifications across each of its business units in Australia and New Zealand.
New Relic launches industry-first service level management
New Relic has announced the general availability of a first-of-its-kind service level management experience to allow developers, operators and executives to utilise SRE best practices.
Enterprise Resource Planning / ERP
A roadmap to digital maturity
The Australia-New Zealand managed print services (MPS) market is among the most mature of all the Asia-Pacific (APAC) territories – reflected by the widespread adoption of enterprise resource planning (ERP) technology.
Chorus appoints Programmed as new caretaker for NZ sites
Chorus has appointed a new operations and maintenance caretaker for its 2,600 sites across NZ.
Report: APAC DevOps salary brackets lagging behind
While DevOps salaries for APAC professionals are behind the curve, there is a significant global increase worldwide.
BlackLine awarded Controllers Council Seal of Approval
BlackLine has been awarded the Controllers Council Seal of Approval for Financial Operations Management, particularly for its accounting automation platform.
Video: 10 Minute IT Jams - Introducing Varada
Varada specialises in data indexing solutions and Ori Reshef joins us today to discuss the company’s role in working with businesses and enterprises across the globe.
Lack of technology options limiting workplace flexibility today
Due to closed borders and Omicron isolation requirements, many Australian businesses have faced worker shortages, creating operational and customer service challenges.
Video: 10 Minute IT Jams - An update from Rimini Street
Today we are joined by Rimini Street GVP & regional GM for A/NZ Daniel Benad
Video: 10 Minute IT Jams -The top 5 intangible asset risks
Today, we welcome back EverEdge CEO Paul Adams to talk to us about the top 5 risks to an enterprises most important assets.
Adobe announces new suite of tools for retailers with in-store and online capabilities
Adobe has announced new tools for retailers created to help further deliver personalised shopping experiences for businesses in-store and online.
Data Centre Cooling
Infinidium reveals world-first power generator data cooling system
The first of its kind technology named "The Vortex Vacuum Chamber" is believed by independent verifiers to be the most efficient data centre cooling system ever designed.
Video: 10 Minute IT Jams - Who is Rafay Systems?
This week we are speaking with Rafay Systems CEO Haseeb Budhani, who shares with us the ethos behind Rafay and the work the company is doing in the Kubernetes space to help its clients achieve the best results.
impact.com integrates with HubSpot, delivers partnership management platform
"impact.com has carved out a space in the market that allows for the establishment and execution of successful partnerships that drive high ROI, and we are excited to see how our users leverage these offerings."
Kaseya aims to simplify RMM with new offering
Kaseya’s new RMM offering is architected to combine both endpoint and network management into a unified solution.
Kiwi company Promapp picks up Aussie council body as client
According to Promapp, its cloud-based software will enable the council body to map, review and improve processes on an ongoing basis.
Adelaide Airport is now Australasia’s first fully automated airport
Adelaide Airport has now adopted the country’s first fully automated and cloud-based airport management system.