South Australia’s Flinders University has deployed Okta’s cloud-based identity management system to provide single sign-on for staff and student access to more than 70 university applications and to streamline on-boarding of students.
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Digital signing company DocuSign has installed its software in three Microsoft Azure data centres in Australia – in Sydney, Melbourne and Canberra – to enable it to meet the on-shore storage requirements of Australian government customers.
Optus has launched the Optus Innovation Hub, a dedicated workspace within the Sydney Start Up Hub to enable its small and medium business arm to tap the creativity and disruptive power of small businesses for the creation of future Optus SMB products.
MEF, formerly the Metro Ethernet Forum is on a mission: To save the world’s telcos from being relegated to providing basic connectivity in every greater volumes without proportionate increases in revenues, according to its senior vice president Dan Pitt.
PCCW Global, the international operating division of HKT (Hong Kong Telecom), has launched a global software-defined wide area network service (SD-WAN) using technology from recently acquired Console Connect, a US startup that conducted most of its R&D and software development in Brisbane.
Endpoint security specialist Ziften has joined Microsoft’s Windows Defender Advanced Threat Protection (ATP) Advanced Hunting project, further integrating protection for Windows, MacOS and Linux environments.
Australian Securities Exchange listed online retailer and mobile virtual network operator Kogan.com (ASX: KGN) will offer telecommunications services in New Zealand under an agreement with Vodafone.
Spark has announced plans to accelerate its transition to an agile operating model, announced in August 2017, and has downgraded guidance for its full year EBITDA in light of the expected costs of this acceleration.
Chorus will trial Nokia wavelength services on its metro optical network in Auckland to enable it to offer on-demand assurance and fulfilment of Layer 1 services.
The New Zealand Labour government’s first budget has allocated an additional NZ$3.9m over four years to the Computer Emergency Response Team (CERT).
Telstra, in conjunction with Ericsson and Intel, has used a demonstration of online gaming to push the low latency characteristics of 5G wireless as one of the key benefits of the technology.
The Government has re-advertised for a chief technology officer after failing to find a suitable candidate from the first round of applicants late last year.
A select committee reviewing proposed new telecommunications in New Zealand legislation has recommended removing provisions that would have given network operator Chorus greater scope for its wholesale services.
The CEO and CIO of NSW eHealth, Dr Zoran Bolevich, has outline the goal of the state having a fully integrated digital health service within a decade.
Westpac group CIO Dave Curran has flagged skills sourcing as one of the biggest challenges facing banks, and says IT staff will have to get used to constant reskilling.