Friday, January 27, 2023

Three reasons why hardware matters in a software-defined storage solution

Software-defined infrastructure is among the most noteworthy advances in data centre tech, providing new levels of flexibility in scale-out data infrastructures. Decoupling hardware and software has enabled freedom that was once unavailable and seeded a scaling revolution that continues. From this revolution, many software-defined storage (SDS) solutions were born. research reveals well established businesses likely to go down with start-ups in business...

0 also found that established and young businesses are on an even playing field when it comes to their ability to project profits: 58 per cent of established businesses and 49 per cent of young businesses can forecast their profits over the next 12 months with reasonable accuracy.

The top 6 GDPR compliance stumbling blocks that every business offering services in European...

GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation) is vital for any business that is directly or indirectly involved in business activities in Europe and uses the personal information of the residents.

NFT marketplace Serenade launches $6m fundraise and expansion plans

Serenade, the eco-friendly music NFT marketplace whose mission is to support artists by creating new revenue streams from unique fan experiences, has announced new investment and plans to expand its global operations following a breakthrough first six months. The firm has revealed a new $6 million (Aus) fundraise that will further fund and help grow its artist and partner roster across the United Kingdom and Australia, as well as in the United States, where the company will be entering the market and launching a dedicated office.

Satellite IM casts fully decentralized Web3 communications platform

Satellite IM, a decentralized peer-to-peer communications platform at the forefront of data privacy, announced the launch of their communications platform that will allow users to chat directly in a secure, serverless and feature rich environment. The application is a first-of-its-kind, Web3 native social application that gives users full and exclusive ownership of their data.

Australia’s Skin Elements plots to disrupt the global disinfectant market

Executive Chairman of Perth-based company Skin Elements Peter Malone said it is vital that people continue to disinfect surfaces and keep homes and workplaces clean, and it’s essential they use a product that is not only able to kill off COVID-19, but is also safe in all settings.

Automation initiatives are held back by security concerns and data silos

MuleSoft an integration and API platform, has reported that more than 70% of automation initiatives are being hindered by security concerns and data silos, as organisations increasingly look to automation to improve efficiency and productivity.

Prvidr appoints David Joss as new CEO to further 100% YoY growth

Multi-product reseller (MPR) platform Prvidr enables brands to offer clients a wider range of services by entering new industries and retailing utilities, telecoms and cloud services. Prvidr currently supports household brands, such as Coles and, as well as providing unique multi-brand services to Macquarie Telecom, Moose Mobile and Vaya/Amaysim.

71% of employees unhappy as firms ask them back to the office full time

As companies return to work in post-restriction Australia, the conflict about the office's role between business leaders and employees is generating tension that a new RMIT Online report calls "The Office Clash." The report "The Office Clash: How back to work policies are dividing management and workers," identifies management and employees have divergent views on how we should work, the impacts of the current changes and the future of the office.

Frictionless digital ID verification deployment is highly coveted by GBG

GBG, the global experts in digital identity, helping businesses prevent fraud and meet complex compliance requirements, released findings from its “Digital Identity Verification: Bridging Usage, Preference, Trust Gaps in Australia” market research conducted by IDC. The research unveils a strong preference among 70% of Australian businesses to leverage managed services providers for identity verification checks, customized with their brand.