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Splunk launches standalone infrastructure monitoring

Machine data aggregator, search and visualisation provider, Splunk, has launched Splunk Insights for Infrastructure, providing standalone infrastructure monitoring allowing IT teams to respond to threats quickly, maintaining uptime and minimising loss.

Three things that improve data centre efficiency

Much of the improvement in data centrepower usage effectiveness has come from three areas.

Servite College boosts network performance and education experience with Ricoh tech

Smart workplace provider Ricoh has announced the successful deployment of "a high-performance networking infrastructure at Perth-based Servite College".

Macquarie to provide SD-WAN services to WA's Spudshed

Macquarie Telecom has signed a deal with Western Australian farming firm Spudshed to provide SD-WAN services to 24 retail and farming sites in WA.

Mitsubishi migrates dealer network to IBM Cloud

Mitsubishi Motors Australia has migrated 200 of its Australian dealers to the IBM Cloud to deliver sales, inventory, spare parts, and service, warranty, reporting, compliance and dealership customer relationship management systems.

Twitter says bug led to passwords stored in plaintext

Twitter has advised its 330+ million users to change their passwords, following the discovery of a bug that stored passwords in plaintext.

Oracle makes Movember less hairy through automation

Men's health charity Movember has adopted Oracle Marketing Cloud to support its fundraising and marketing efforts.

Tech coalition slams bid for encrytpion backdoors

A coalition of big technology firms has, for a second time in recent months, called for strong encryption not to be tampered with, and criticised efforts by law enforcement agencies to create backdoors.

Schneider patches critical flaw in industrial software

Security firm Tenable has discovered a critical vulnerability in software made by Schneider Electric that is used in manufacturing, oil and gas, water, automation, wind and solar power facilities in the US.

Cambridge Analytica closes doors after Facebook data scandal

Cambridge Analytica, the data analytics firm that was recently embroiled in a scandal over obtaining data from Facebook, has shut down its operations.

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