Vodafone encourages Australians to recycle unused mobile devices
Vodafone urges Aussies to recycle old mobiles this holiday, revealing 22.3 million devices lay redundant across the nation.
Provenir & Trustfull team up for global risk decisioning enhancement
Trustfull has partnered with Provenir, broadening access to data sources via the Provenir Data Marketplace to enhance the efficiency of global risk decisions.
Keeper Security introduces dark mode for Android users
Keeper Security now offers a tailored user experience with a dark mode option for its Android platform.
Telstra International expands Netskope partnership for global SASE deliverance
Telstra International bolsters its partnership with Netskope to deliver fully managed, cloud-native SASE worldwide.
NetRise launches Trace: Revolutionising XIoT security with AI-powered search
NetRise unveils Trace, a revolutionary AI-powered search tool for identifying compromised assets in Extended IoT security.
ManageEngine rolls out Endpoint Central MSP Cloud for better IT management
ManageEngine introduces Endpoint Central MSP Cloud, offering enhanced scalability, flexibility, and efficiency for remote IT management.
PacketLight Networks enhances 4K video transport with 12G-SDI support
PacketLight Networks' 200G devices now offer 12G-SDI support, significantly improving the cost-effective transport of 4K video.
Kiwi parents' fears over children's technology use ease slightly
New Zealand parents show a mild decline in worry over their children's use of technology, according to a recent survey.
The secrets to maximising IoT battery life: 11 things you must know before your next deployment
Addressing battery longevity isn’t straightforward – it’s a multifaceted question like ‘how long is a piece of string?.
NTT and Qualcomm to deliver AI-ready devices and aid private 5G
The partnership between the two companies aims to drive the ecosystem and accelerate Private 5G adoption across digital devices.
Salvation Army’s SATCoL re-launching data destruction service
The project aims to save companies money and give unwanted IT equipment such as laptops, PCs, phones and tablets a new lease of life.
Hands-on review: Satechi 100W USB-C Compact Charger
Satechi's 100W USB-C Compact Charger is the perfect solution for charging multiple devices, with its small size and powerful capabilities.
Hands-on review: TOZO OpenReal True Wireless Earbuds
Here's the new Bluetooth-enabled wireless headphone set from the company called TOZO. I tried it and here are my thoughts.
Claroty exposes vulnerabilities in Teltonika’s IIoT products
The research specifically focused on the Teltonika Remote Management System and RUT model routers, the most popular routers.
BOM IT partners Byteback to help the IT industry cut carbon
BOM IT Solutions has partnered with the electronic waste company, Byteback, to help the IT sector reduce its electronic waste and cut its carbon footprint.
SOTI report: Aussie companies still adjusting to hybrid work
SOTI has published new global research which finds many sectors are broadening their technology and device use to manage the more widespread workforce.
Foodstuffs enhances productivity with Zebra Technologies
Foodstuffs South Island has successfully implemented Zebra devices - TC51 and TC52 computers, ET51 Android tablets, and RS5100 Bluetooth wearable scanners.
Video: 10 Minute IT Jams - An update from Devicie
Martin McGregor, Co-Founder and CEO of Devicie, shares why the company was created, how it is helping its customers, and what we can expect from it next.
Digital wound care to grow to US$3,293 million by 2033: FMI
The global market for digital wound measurement devices is likely to reach US$3,293.3 million by 2033, expanding at 3.8% CAGR over the next ten years.