VMware has appointed Gabriel Breeman as senior director of Partner Business Sales across Asia Pacific and Japan, recruiting the channel executive from F5 Networks.
Cisco is rumoured to be edging closer to making an acquisition bid for security specialist FireEye, despite conflicting media reports.
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BlackBerry has integrated its Desktop and Access Browser with Awingu's workspace and AI-driven security software from its acquisition of Cylance.
The majority of initial entries into targeted networks in 2019 relied on either previously stolen credentials or exploited known software vulnerabilities.
As the shift to managed services gains momentum, M&A activity is expected to heighten in a channel challenged by business model changes.
Cisco has cancelled its flagship Cisco Live conference in Melbourne due to "ongoing concerns" about the coronavirus outbreak.
Microsoft's Patch Tuesday security update for February 2020 has fixed 99 common vulnerabilities and exposures, including the CVE-2020-0674 vulnerability in Internet Explorer.
AWS has updated two of its digital AWS Partner Network courses to focus on the technical aspects of its Connect product and AWS services in general.
The PDPC has issued $66,000 in fines after finding seven organisations, including Singtel and SPH Magazines, in breach of data protection laws in Singapore.
Machine learning will be key in evaluating whether a mobile device and its user should be allowed to connect to a corporate application or data silo, as user behavior becomes a part of overall endpoint security.
Microsoft has increased cash donations and technology support to customers and partners in China in a bid to help fight the spread of coronavirus.
Microsoft has backed away from its heavily criticised plan to force Google's Chrome to use the Bing search engine.
Microsoft has appointed Barrie Sheers as regional business leader for OCP, with the former New Zealand managing director relocating to Singapore.
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An “unsolicited investment offer” was the main reason behind Inflow Technologies’ decision to withdraw from closing its acquisition by Tech Data.
Ransomware has matured and its threat level is now on par with APTs as attackers use better tools and learn from past mistakes.
World Wide Technology has appointed Jason Brouwers as head of Asia Pacific, recruiting the technology executive from Cisco.
While the flagship application of enterprise Internet of Things is undeniably valuable, effective predictive maintenance still takes hard work.
As a foundational network defence, firewalls continue to be enhanced with new features, so many that some important ones get overlooked.
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