Schneider Electric updates environmental reporting for data centres
Schneider Electric updates sustainability metrics-reporting system aimed at improving environmental benchmarks for data centres.
9/10 businesses set to invest in emerging tech despite risk
Adaptive AI, sustainable tech and neurotech are driving the rise in business adoption of new technology over next 12 months.
Zero Latency launches the most advanced VR zombie adventure
Zero Latency launches 'Outbreak', a cutting-edge VR zombie adventure game, transforming the VR gaming experience.
Ready Towing partners Advanced for time-tracking and payroll
Ready Towing will use Advanced's software to manage its workforce's schedule, track time, record absences, and automate repetitive manual tasks.
Software tools present potential solution to employee well-being
Employee well-being is a strategic advantage in the digital age, says software solutions provider Advanced. Low engagement costs $8.8tn globally.
Getac launches next gen models of two most popular devices
Getac has unveiled its next generation UX10 tablet and V110 laptop, two rugged devices designed for challenging work environments.
Arcserve launches latest UDP with new advanced capabilities
Arcserve UDP 9.0 is a single platform, centrally managed backup and disaster recovery solution that future-proofs data infrastructure.
Vodafone NZ completes SAP cloud solutions migration after eight months
Vodafone completes migration to SAP cloud solutions, achieving rapid advancements and improved business operations.
Exterro adds advanced capabilities to digital forensic tool
The launch is in-line with Exterro’s investment in the FTK product line, and underscores the company's commitment to the digital forensics.
CloudBolt advanced capabilities aim to solve persistent problems
CloudBolt Software has announced advanced capabilities designed to overcome critical roadblocks many of the world's largest organisations are experiencing.
Two-thirds of employees feel more vulnerable to cyberthreats
Nearly two-thirds of employees believe that the switch to hybrid working has made them more vulnerable to cyberattacks.