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What if IT downtime could impact lives?
Ensuring that each and every one of these devices is running 24/7 is crucial to preventing delays in patient treatment.
Is there an answer for soaring numbers of cyberbullying cases?
In the wake of the mass digitisation taking homes by storm, cyberbullying and online harassment has accelerated 60 percent with no signs of slowing.
IoT attacks, ransomware, and steganography? Fortinet looks at the latest cybercrime trends
Fortinet says that stenography as an attack vector hasn’t had too much visibility in the last several years but it could be the start of a resurgence.
Learning from the past to protect the future of IoT and cloud
"We will likely continue to see the same types of threats prey on networks. However, the stakes are much higher today as there is more at risk."
Keeping data in the cloud will prevent breaches from raining down
With competition aplenty, it is important to understand what makes the cloud secure, what are the security risks and how it fits with transformation.
Connected medical devices pose serious security risks for healthcare firms
Healthcare organisations around the world may be using medical devices that come with serious cybersecurity risks.
SAP brings MasterCard, HERE and Postmates to connected vehicle marketplace
SAP Vehicles Network connects vehicles to intelligent, automated services for parking, fueling, food, navigation and payment.
Western Digital announces new SSDs for edge and mobile computing
The new NVMe SSD firmware and controller architecture is built to maximise the performance and scalability of Western Digital 3D NAND.
CERT Australia reveals this year's cybersecurity challenges
Criminals will exploit known vulnerabilities; social engineering will craft sophisticated networks; supply chain targeting will target third parties..
Lenovo Data Center Group accelerates telco infrastructure and IoT focus
As 5G deployment plans further solidify across the globe, Lenovo will build and partner on NFV hardware and software solutions.
IoT bank attacks on show at INTERPOL's Digital Security Challenge
INTERPOL’s Digital Security Challenge event took an IoT malware simulation to the extreme in a bank heist.
Smart city technology investment to reach US$80bil this year – IDC
Intelligent traffic and transit and fixed visual surveillance are the two largest use cases in terms of worldwide spending.
Google Cloud to snap up LogMeIn’s Xively for US$50m
Google indicated in a recent blog post that it means to use Xively as its launch pad into the ballooning IoT market.
A look inside network monitoring for the connected age
Proper preparation prevents poor performance. The five Ps - we’ve all heard them and no doubt committed them to memory, but how many of us use them?
Schneider Electric named a leader in facility optimization software
“Schneider Electric breaks away as a leader in our Facility Optimization Software report."
Edge, IoT and energy efficiency all feature in Vertiv MD’s forecast for AU
The year seems to be flying by with one month down already, but Vertiv A/NZ managing director Robert Linsdell says there is still much to come.
You’re invited: Learn how to accelerate your IoT adoption from the experts
Themed ‘Smart Cities and Nations’, the conference features keynotes by public sector officials and key industry players like Cisco, IBM, and Intel.
IT skills gap a 'roadblock' to digital transformation – 4 steps to overcome it
A number of studies have proven there is a significant skills shortage in AU which is holding back digital transformation - Y Soft have the answers.
Deloitte: Industry 4.0 tech to bring social change, execs optimistic but unprepared
“In an environment of unparalleled global connectivity, it is a time of great opportunity, but also risk."
APJ business leaders can't agree on future of human-machine partnerships
We are moving into the next era of human-machine partnerships – but, with a divided vision of the future.
Three ways artificial intelligence is making buildings smarter
In an ideal world, data anomalies would be automatically detected by AI-algorithms, and then immediately triaged and root cause identified.
5 big ideas that data center professionals would have never imagined 50 years ago
Nostalgia is nice, but in this day and age, technology advancements are too good to ignore.
Ovum: IoT suppliers should engage board/C-level to fast-track decision-making
Ovum senior analyst of IoT TZ Wong says identifying the right enterprise decision-maker is a critical step for IoT vendors and service providers.
Former ATEED CEO joins IoT startup Wine Grenade’s board
Founded in 2014, the company is now selling devices to winemakers in eight countries and is building out its distributor network.