Tech infrastructure diversity holds key to better security
This year, a spate of high profile ransomware incidents has halted operations across business and critical infrastructures alike.
Australians have mixed feelings on cybersecurity priorities according to new PWC research
Australians have been found to have seemingly mixed priorities when it comes to cybersecurity, a new study by PWC has revealed.
IDC forecasts quantum computing market to grow to $8.6 billion by 2027
"For many critical problems, classical computing will run out of steam in the next decade and we will see quantum computing take over as the next generation of performance-intensive computing.”
Cloud decision makers identify silos as impediment to digital transformation
70% of cloud decision makers identify IT's ability to maximise business value is hindered by silos across teams.
Can Australia’s infrastructure keep up with the rise of the flexible economy?
A key challenge in the digitally-led flexible economy is the need for scalable infrastructure that can keep up with business data demands.
Cloudian expands HyperIQ solution with management and security features
According to the company, the new features address the challenge of managing modern storage infrastructures that are increasingly distributed across geographically dispersed data centers.
Vertiv launches thermal management solution for small IT rooms and edge computing
Vertiv has officially introduced the Vertiv Liebert DM, its latest line of thermal management solutions designed for small and medium-sized computer rooms, IT closets and other edge applications.
Data center infrastructure management – IT’s resource gamechanger?
The premise behind DCIM is to allow organizations to use resources as efficiently as possible.
Interview: How technology enriches the construction industry
Techday sat down with Clough senior project manager Giuseppe Gaudiello and Bentley Systems exec Hugh Hofmeister about their experiences combining technology and infrastructure.
Pure Storage aims to 'make infrastructure invisible' with latest releases
"Pure Storage’s new software innovations further our goal of making infrastructure invisible to developers, using it as simple as calling an API, and delivering it as a service.”
Fortinet: Migrating to a security-driven network
Jon McGettigan, Fortinet ANZ Regional Director, explains how you can secure your network services on an incremental basis.
A case for public-private partnerships in technology infrastructure for government
With more governments setting technology-enabled goals, the timing seems to be right to apply the principles of PPP for network infrastructure.
How tech debt from legacy solutions will impact business' bottom line
To achieve the right balance of legacy and new IT infrastructure to avoid technical debt, organisations are increasingly turning to specialist data management providers.
Supermicro announces new additions to single-processor systems portfolio
Supermicro Computer has announced its expanded portfolio of single-processor systems based on the new Intel Xeon E-2300 and 3rd Gen Intel Xeon Scalable processors.
Sysdig empowers developers with new integrations for Prometheus monitoring
"SREs and developers need an easy-to-use Prometheus monitoring service that is radically simple to integrate into DevOps workflows without breaking open source standards.”
Australia and New Zealand lagging behind the UK with infrastructure - potential BIM mandates
Autodesk and Infrastructure NSW have started the discussion around a potential BIM mandate by the Australian and New Zealand governments.
Fortinet expands security services to protect digital infrastructure
“As the digital attack surface expands with billions of edges that need to be protected, organisations are struggling to support an array of point security solutions and disparate services."
Lumea enhances telco services with Ciena collaboration
Lumea and Ciena have collaborated on transforming Lumea’s telecommunications services to offer customers high-speed 100G+ Wavelength services.
Interview: The intersection of technology and infrastructure amidst COVID-19
Techday spoke to Bentley Systems executives Mark Coates and Phil Christensen, who discuss how technology has changed within the infrastructure industry.
IDC finds Australian enterprise infrastructure market on the rise
The Australian enterprise infrastructure market is set to grow significantly due to hybrid cloud adoption and infrastructure modernisation trends, according to new research from IDC.
Increased demand for digital infrastructure sees Teltrac expand to southern NZ
Teltrac will open in the southern region of the country with presence across three cities, Dunedin, Invercargill and Queenstown.
Peeling back the layers of the edge
Red Hat’s broad portfolio provides the connectivity, integration, and infrastructure as the basis for the platform, application, and developer services.
How organisations can extract value from IT investments with Living Systems
Technology is everywhere, but value is not. Twelve months after the first pandemic-related lockdowns began, many organisations have discovered that they’re just not getting the return on investment they expected. Why?
Three mistakes to avoid when building a business intelligence solution
Taking the time to plan a BI project and create a clear roadmap carefully will lead to a better, more functional BI deployment.