New BreakingPoint daily ATI updates enable organisations to validate security posture with the latest, relevant threat vectors
Sydney, Australia – Keysight Technologies, Inc. (NYSE: KEYS), a leading technology company that helps enterprises, service providers, and governments accelerate innovation to connect and secure the world, announced that Ixia, a Keysight Business, and ReversingLabs, a leading provider of threat intelligence solutions, have joined forces to deliver daily updates to the Application and Threat Intelligence (ATI) coverage in BreakingPoint. Organisations can now validate their security posture with 20 times more relevant active threat vectors to minimise attack exposure and maximise attack readiness.
The security threat landscape reached new heights in 2017. Over the past year, new threats emerged in the form of cryptocurrency miners and the rapid spread of new malware attacks such as WannaCry and Petya according to Symantec’s 2018 Security Threat Report. McAfee Labs reported that the rates of new malware samples reached 4 per second in Q3 2017.
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Eastwind Network Sensor for AWS, powered by Ixia’s CloudLens, offers seamless cloud-native data collection for improved visibility and security in the public cloud
Sydney, Australia – Keysight Technologies, Inc. (NYSE: KEYS), a leading technology company that helps enterprises, service providers, and governments accelerate innovation to connect and secure the world, today announced that Ixia and Eastwind Networks, a provider of best-of-breed solutions in enterprise breach analytics and detection technology, joined forces to deliver Eastwind Network Sensor for AWS. Powered by Keysight‘s Ixia CloudLens, the new solution offers elastic visibility and threat detection, as well as user and entity behavioral analytics to identify malicious activity, insider threats and data leakage within AWS.
Organizations continue to migrate to the public cloud. According to Cisco’s Global Cloud Index 2018, 73 percent of the cloud workloads and compute instances will be in public cloud data centers by 2021, up from 58 percent in 2016. As cloud deployments ramp up, the ease of configuring security tools must ramp up equally.
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Sydney, Australia — Thomson Reuters ProView now offers an iPhone® app, making it easier than ever for professionals to use leading eBook resources while on the go.
Users can now experience ProView’s market-leading eReader technology optimised for the iPhone, with the ProView features and functionality that professionals rely on to do their work better and faster.
- Resume your work while on the go
Seamlessly pick up where you left off with the Recent Activity feed for quick reference to recent research. ProView synchronises activity across your devices, giving greater continuity and mobility to efficiently complete tasks.
- Quickly access content
Easily search by title or author, search across your ProView library for relevant content, or navigate the table of contents to locate the answers you need.
- Leverage productivity tools
Work online or offline with the same ProView features and functionality you are familiar with, including the ability to create annotations and share content and links.
Sydney, Australia – Konica Minolta has appointed Sue Threlfo as general manager, Production & Industrial Print.
Sue will lead the team and facilitate the growth of production and industrial print in Australia. Konica Minolta’s strong brand equity, exceptional support and service, along with continued product innovations, are key to its success and growth in the space.
Sue has more than 27 years’ experience within the print industry. Prior to this role, Sue was a sales manager for Konica Minolta and before that she spent 27 years at Fuji Xerox in various roles.
Sue Threlfo said, “I look forward to helping the team achieve success and continue the stellar start we’ve had in the first year of the official launch of industrial print. We’re on a steady growth path as we look to introduce new products and diversify the offering. We also expect to see continued success in production print following a year of good growth in a stagnant market.”
David Procter, sales director, Konica Minolta, said, “Sue’s knowledge and depth of expertise in the printing industry is invaluable. She has built up a very strong network in the market. Under her leadership and with a strong support team in place, we’re looking forward to growing the business further.”
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— Y Soft offers free Quocirca executive summary on the Digital Workplace of 2025 —
Sydney, Australia– Y Soft® Corporation, a leading enterprise office solution provider, announced that YSoft SafeQ® is the best positioned provider for enterprises’ digital initiatives as identified in Quocirca’s report, Global Print 2025. Y Soft is pleased to offer a complimentary executive summary containing the report’s findings.
In its extensive report on the future of the print industry, Quocirca provides a glimpse into the digital workplace of 2025. Although print continues to play a role, its importance is diminished as businesses become focused on technology and processes that allow them to be more efficient, productive and secure.
Top 7 Areas for Digital Transformation (responses shown as percentage of respondents)
In the Quocirca study, customers identified seven core Digital Transformation areas that are capturing their attention. Y Soft has anticipated these trends and has ensured that YSoft SafeQ, its enterprise workflow solutions platform, has the ability to meet customer’s digital transformation lifecycle needs today and onward toward 2025 as outlined below.
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New Test Asset Optimisation Services dramatically improves return on test investment and decreases capital and operating expenses for equipment used in R&D and manufacturing
Sydney, Australia – Keysight Technologies, Inc. (NYSE: KEYS), a leading technology company that helps enterprises, service providers, and governments accelerate innovation to connect and secure the world, announced Test Asset Optimisation Services, the industry’s first integrated solution that measures in real-time, asset true utilisation and health.
Keysight’s Test Asset Optimisation Services eliminate the need for companies to assign personnel to manually record when instruments are in use and making measurements. Test Asset Optimisation Services enables customers to dramatically improve return on investments by optimising capital and operating expenses to meet test demands in research and development through manufacturing.
Test budgets are often insufficient to fund projects, yet test departments are pressured to do more with less, which makes full transparency on test equipment critical. Keysight understands these pressures and is introducing Test Asset Optimisation Services to help companies move from just tracking their test equipment to gaining full control over their test equipment.
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Sydney, Australia – Konica Minolta has announced the availability of the bizhub C659 and C759, giving customers high speed, efficiency, and productivity to take office colour printing to the next level.
Bill Christoforou, Product Marketing Manager, Konica Minolta said, “The bizhub C659 and C759 are fast but not at the expense of productivity. They provide real value to customers needing fast, high-quality colour output, that won’t cost the earth to run.”
The bizhub C659 and C759 modernises the internal workflow for productivity. The top-of-the-class scanning and output speed of this high-end colour multifunction printer (MFP) enables high input and output productivity to meet the sophisticated needs of large offices.
To meet the changing needs of the workforce, the bizhub C659 and C759 supports both mobile and cloud-based solutions.
Bill Christoforou said, “With a greater affinity with mobile devices and various cloud-based services, organisations can expect a seamless workflow across the business.”
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Sydney, Australia – With the launch of the new AccurioPress 6136 series, Konica Minolta Business Solutions Australia introduces its new monochrome production print systems designed to increase customer profitability with enhanced productivity and increase capability to streamline automated workflows.
The affordable and cost-effective series consists of three models: AccurioPress 6136; AccurioPress 6136P; and AccurioPress 6120. Each delivers greater productivity to enhance job capacity, reliability and flexibility enabling operations to expand their monochrome print capabilities. As a successor model of the bizhub PRESS 1250e series, the AccurioPress 6136 series prints at an exceptional high speed of 136ppm on A4 and 78ppm on A3 sheets.
The Konica Minolta AccurioPress 6136 model can produce a monthly peak volume of up to 3.24 million A4 pages and offers the highest media flexibility in its class. It enables print providers to create more business opportunities by handling a wide range of essential digital printing applications.
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Sydney, Australia – Dentons and Thomson Reuters are hosting ‘The Great Debate, Courageous Counsel v Millennials: Dismantling the Merit Myth’ on Thursday, 1 March 2018.
The debate is part of #TRChangeMakers, a global Thomson Reuters initiative that brings together key business leaders, with the express purpose of galvanising individuals to make commitments and take action to improve the gender balance at the top of organisations.
More organisations are recognising the need to address gender inequality in the workplace and across the board there have been some gradual increases in the percentage of women on boards. Despite these ‘wins’, women remain under-represented in leadership positions. Underpinning this gender imbalance is the ‘Merit Myth’; with a focus on merit masking inherent gender inequality and unconscious bias that exists within many organisations.
Kara Baysinger, Dentons partner and co-author of the successful ‘Courageous Counsel: Conversations with Women General Counsel in the Fortune 500’, will kick off the event with three inspirational stories from women across different eras who successfully navigated the merit issues of their time and how having courage contributed significantly to their success.
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Sydney, Australia – SAP Concur, the market leader in cloud-based travel, expense, and supplier invoice management solutions, has signed a reseller partnership with MicroChannel, a multi-award-winning business solutions and technology provider. In the 12-month pilot program, MicroChannel will sell SAP Concur products directly to its client base. This is the first time SAP Concur has partnered with a reseller under this type of program in Australia and New Zealand, and the third partnership of its kind for SAP Concur worldwide.
Fabian Calle, general manager of SMB, SAP Concur ANZ, said, “SAP Concur’s Australian business has always been focused on driving a strong partner ecosystem. We have now established our first reseller model with MicroChannel, an SAP Concur Diamond Partner and SAP’s largest Business One partner. This is a next step in the evolution of SAP Concur in Australia and New Zealand. Our goal is to drive revenue as well as market share, so the team has been working to find new channels to help support this objective.”
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