Seagate Technology has established its BarraCuda Pro 10 TB desktop drive for the management of digital data.
Nuance Communications has released Dragon Legal Australian speech recognition software for legal professionals, which includes Australian legal vocabulary.
Loc8 has released an updated version of its platform and mobile application that enables business users to quote, invoice and schedule. With three different editions including Service, Enterprise and Team, it is suitable for companies of all sizes.
The building and manufacturing industries had the highest prevalence of unlicensed software use in Australia during the first half of the year, judging by the cases filed by BSA | The Software Alliance.
Travel industry technology provider Amadeus has announced partnerships with MasterCard and Ixaris to bring virtual payment technology to B2B transactions between travel agents and suppliers.
Microsoft will introduce new security capabilities and other functionality to its latest operating system in August with the launch of the free Windows 10 Anniversary Update.
Using unlicensed software can be a bigger headache than most businesses realise, as what starts out as a short-term financial shortcut can end up as a costly legal problem.
La Trobe University has signed a SaaS partnership contract with TechnologyOne for a student management system.
IBM's new Watson Centre in Singapore will aim to accelerate the development and adoption of cognitive computing technologies in the APAC region.
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Enterprise mobility solutions are transforming life for members of the workforce, and for their customers and clients.
The old-school enterprise resource planning approach has run its course — it's time to adopt a hybrid application landscape.
Enterprises are wasting as much as 25% of their software spend through out-of-date, non-compliant or underutilised resources.
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