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Freshworks IT service desk product integrated with Workplace

Cloud-based business software provider Freshworks has integrated its IT service desk product Freshservice with Facebook's enterprise collaboration platform Workplace.

Control may solve quantum reliability problem

An Australian company thinks it knows how to overcome the innate unreliability of quantum computers.

Beware siloed SaaS: Oracle

Department-centric cloud migrations risk repeating the siloed outcomes experienced with traditional data centres, an Oracle executive has warned.

NZ Taxi owner disrupts himself with postal service: can Aussies be as smart?

A New Zealand-based taxi fleet owner had the brainwave to do what Aussie taxi services have failed to see: self-disruption to add a delivery service, now with massive growth and a new franchise business.

NZ regulator seeks funding for fibre regulation

New Zealand’s competition regulator, The Commerce Commission, is looking for feedback from the telecommunications sector on the funding for its plan to implement new regulation for fibre networks.

Video software site slyly moves into mining cryptocurrency

Researchers at security firm Check Point say they have found a once legitimate video download software site, OSDSoft, has now begun mining cryptocurrency through surreptitious means.

VIDEOS: Forcepoint APAC conference, Day 2

Forcepoint held its channel partner awards at the end of day one, with details below, and a video interview with Forcepoint exec Antti Reijonen.

Latest Opengear devices support APAC cellular bands

Networking vendor Opengear has released two new members of its Infrastructure Manager and Resilience Gateway families.

CA Tech survey shows 'cultural issues stinting digital transformation efforts of Australian organisations'

In a follow up to CA Tech's recent study showing the need for digital transformation across APJ has reached a "critical level", the company says cultural issues, risk aversion and lack of leadership skills are stinting digital transformation efforts.

Gold Coast now one of most digitally connected cities: Optus

Optus says its network infrastructure deployed on the Gold Coast for the recent Commonwealth Games makes the city one of Australia’s most digitally connected cities, capable of hosting a range of major sporting and entertainment events.

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