Salesforce announces its operations are powered entirely by renewable energy
The company also announced it has expanded its net zero approach to its entire value chain — focusing on six sustainability priorities.
Security experts weigh in on Microsoft Azure security holes
The vulnerabilities currently putting Azure customers at risk are just the latest in a staggering number of crippling threats in internet software.
Alibaba Cloud and Salesforce plan to launch new commerce product
Alibaba Cloud and Salesforce are working toward an agreement to launch Salesforce Social Commerce, a headless commerce product designed and built in China.
ServiceNow's new platform helps businesses facing hybrid work challenges
ServiceNow has announced its Now Platform Rome release, delivering hundreds of innovations to help organisations adapt to the hybrid work era.
FinancialForce provides business with a modern single lens into back & front office customer interactions
While many businesses talk about being customer-centric, a shockingly high number simply aren’t equipped to have their customers truly front and centre.
Adobe to launch e-commerce Payment Services feature powered by PayPal
"Merchants will no longer have to contend with multiple logins and other disjointed user experiences for their payment processing," the company states.
Personalised marketing: Shaping the future of the online adult beverage market in 2021 and beyond
Last year, the pandemic presented the retail industry with unprecedented challenges.
Case study: Malaysian firm TRAPO sharpens e-commerce success with dotdigital
The company needed a platform that was simple, centralised, personalised, and able to be integrated with its other marketing tools.
New low-code tools from Salesforce automate time-consuming, manual processes
Salesforce rolls out three new Einstein Automate products to help customers use low-code tools to automate time-consuming, manual processes.
Less than half of company SaaS applications used by employees
Business investment in SaaS applications continues to climb despite widespread underutilisation of app licenses by employees.
Australians hesitant to share personal information online
"Most importantly, consumers feel more assured when organisations clearly make the effort to integrate frontend security measures, which underscores the need for simple, safe and secure identity verification."
CoderSchool closes US$2.6 million pre-Series A funding
CoderSchool has announced closing a US$2.6 million pre-Series A round led by Monks Hill Ventures.
Video: 10 Minute IT Jams - A breakdown of Twilio Flex
In this interview, we speak to Twilio Flex director of product marketing Tim Richter, who will discuss one of the company's critical APIs, Twilio Flex.
The opportunity for CIOs to impact the customer experience
Digital transformation will continue to morph and steer CIO’s priorities in new and different directions, writes Sitecore chief operating officer for APJ Steve Hawkes.
Microsoft and LinkedIn share latest data, product innovations for hybrid work
The new research digs deeper into two converging trends: The Hybrid Paradox and The Great Reshuffle.
Bigger display for new Apple Watch Series 7
Apple has today announced the Apple Watch Series 7, featuring a reengineered Always-On Retina display with significantly more screen area and thinner borders.
Apple unveils iPhone 13 and iPhone 13 mini
Apple has introduced the new iPhone 13 and iPhone 13 mini, the next generation of the tech giant's smartphone.
How to ensure equipment will withstand harsh conditions
Purchasing fully rugged devices can deliver significant savings when it comes to total cost of ownership, writes Getac business development manager Frank Baldrighi.
Why SOC 2 is critical to protect Australian insurance customers
As insurers continue to amass private data from millions of Australians, it's important that they demonstrate system and organisational controls (SOC) reporting.
Intuit confirms the $12 billion acquisition of Mailchimp
Intuit, the global technology platform behind TurboTax, QuickBooks, Mint, and Credit Karma, has announced it's agreed to acquire Mailchimp.
Apple urgently patches exploits across several operating systems
"Apple is aware of a report that this issue may have been actively exploited," the company states.
Apple unveils the new iPhone 13 Pro and iPhone 13 Pro Max
Apple has today introduced the iPhone 13 Pro and iPhone 13 Pro Max, redesigned inside and out.
Apple's iPad and iPad mini get a few upgrades this year
Apple is once again stealing the limelight with its 2021 range of iPads, iPhones, and the Apple Watch. We take a look at the iPad and iPad mini.
PPRO integrates Indonesian payment methods Jenius Pay and LinkAja into platform
The integrations will enable international payment companies and merchants to cater to Indonesian consumers’ preferred payment methods, further growing local sales in the market.