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Telstra, Pivotal get up to speed with partnership

Telstra’s two-year old partnership with Silicon Valley software start-up Pivotal is gathering pace with the telco saying it is focused on digitisation, and the technology that will help it deliver new customer experiences, “as well as shape the future of Australia”.

ServiceDesk Plus goes beyond IT

ManageEngine's ServiceDesk Plus SaaS service desk can now apply IT service management (ITSM) practices to non-IT functions.

MaxParallel speeds SQL Server with parallel I/O

DataCore's MaxParallel accelerates SQL Server and other workloads with no changes to hardware or applications, the company claims. DataCore has also announced new software for its SANsymphony and Hyperconverged Virtual SAN products.

Android mobile apps now being hijacked for mining

Mobile malware that mines for cryptocurrencies has been found in apps that are available on Google Play, the security firm Trend Micro reports.

Epson Australia banks on two new EcoTanks: A3 and A4 5-colour ink printing

Promising printers with "up to two years worth of ink included", Epson has taken its excellent EcoTank printers and has upgraded them with "a new five-colour ink system, auto-stop ink bottles and integrated ink tanks".

VIDEO Interview: Dave Glover talks Salmat's ongoing digital transformation to cloud

Salmat's ongoing journey to digitally transform its processes, products and services to take advantage of a range of cloud solutions is a great example of how every business needs to make the same transition.

Vodafone Australia looking to improve user experience with Splunk

Telco Vodafone Australia and big-data aggregator Splunk have entered a multi-year Enterprise Software and Services Agreement which the telco says will improve user experience.

Dragon speech recognition's nuanced journey delivering ever more productivity

Speaking to our devices was once a sci-fi dream of Star Trek and the Jetsons, but has rapidly evolved into a daily activity for many with smart speakers, phones and more, so why let your computer miss out on all the productive fun?

ACT schools to adopt 15,000 Acer Chromebooks

ACT Education Minister Yvette Berry today announced the purchase of 15,000 Acer Chromebook devices, pushing for greater equity in Canberra's public schools.

US tightens rules for renewal of H-1B visas

US technology companies that employ foreigners on H-1B visas will find it more difficult to obtain renewals of these visas after the US Citizenship and Immigration Services tightened the procedure for renewal.

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