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Australian AI startup Marqo secures $12.5m in funding
Marqo secures $12.5m in Series A funding to further the adoption of its pioneering vector search platform and accelerate commercial growth.
QR code attacks surge on C-Suite executives, reveals Abnormal Security report
Cybercriminals are increasingly employing quishing attacks, utilising malicious QR codes to target high-ranking officials and smaller businesses, reveals AI-native cloud email security platform, Abnormal Security.
ControlUp reports stellar 65% year-on-year growth in 2023
Digital Employee Experience management leader, ControlUp, reports astounding 65% YoY growth in 2023, boosting Global DEX tool market, after flourishing Q4 results.
Relevance AI secures AU$15M for AI workforce expansion
Relevance AI bags AU$15M in Series A funding to help businesses build and democratise AI workforces across the globe.
Allianz SE CEO Oliver Bäte joins Coalition's Board of Directors
Allianz SE CEO, Oliver Bäte, brings his extensive industry expertise to Coalition's Board of Directors.
Australia pledges no ransom payments for cyber attacks at CRI Summit
Australia officially pledges at the CRI Summit not to pay ransom for cyber attacks, affirming its dedication to combatting global cybercrime.
Adelaide's The Big Middle awarded APJ Partner of the Year by WalkMe
The Big Middle, based in Adelaide, has been awarded WalkMe's Asia Pacific and Japan (APJ) Partner of the Year.
Yubico unveils FIDO Pre-reg for seamless passwordless onboarding & recovery
Yubico has partnered with Okta to launch FIDO Pre-reg, a passwordless onboarding and account recovery service for enterprise users.
Roary Stasko appointed new CEO of Telstra's International Business
Roary Stasko has been named the new CEO of Telstra's international business, replacing Oliver Camplin-Warner, effective July 1.
Kelly Ducourty appointed UiPath's new Chief Customer Officer
UiPath appoints Kelly Ducourty, former executive at Google and Hewlett Packard Enterprise, as the new Chief Customer Officer to lead customer operations.
LoopMe achieves 27% YoY growth in APAC, hires Head of South East Asia
LoopMe achieves 27% YoY growth in APAC, surpasses $150M global revenue with the help of AI-powered technology products and key executive hires.
Shift management platform Deputy appoints Silvija Martincevic as new CEO
Shift management platform, Deputy, appoints Silvija Martincevic as CEO as it reaches $100M in annual recurring revenue & serves 330,000 workplaces.
Deputy appoints new global CEO Silvija Martincevic
Silvija Martincevic appointed new CEO of shift management platform Deputy, as it secures $100m in annual recurring revenue for 330k workplaces.
ACS appoints Chris Vein as Chief Executive Officer
The professional association for Australia's technology sector announced Chris Vein has been appointed the organisation's Chief Executive Officer.
Ingram NZ taking top team of partners to San Fran 7s final
The dozen lucky partners will be seeing the Bay Area sights, attending the grand final of the Sevens, and spending a day hosted at HP’s HQ.
Radical new features in the latest update to Salesforce
With this new version, Salesforce is making artificial intelligence and machine learning accessible to all businesses of all sizes.
Inside Facebook’s developer conference
Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg kicked the conference off with a keynote detailing Facebook’s 10-year technology roadmap.
Sydney top 10 city for innovating through technology
Sydney has been ranked tenth in a Dell global report on cities embracing technology to adapt and thrive in an ever-changing and globalised future.
Photo gallery: HPE partners' super time at the Super Bowl 50
HPE NZ is upping the ante for its partners, offering up 'sportacular' incentives, as winning partners attending last week's Super Bowl 50 can attest.
Mako Networks debts top $30 million; $25m deficit expected
Failed network management company Mako Networks has liabilities of more than $30 million, with an estimated deficit of $25m expected.
Spark Digital new head of marketing a 'real coup'
Mark Redgrave's appointment as Spark Digital's new marketing chief heralds a major win, armed with prolific international and tech expertise.
New fund to help meet need for homegrown tech talent
A new tuition fund to train software developers has been launched to help address the critical shortage of IT talent in New Zealand.
Mako Networks realises American dream with US office
The cloud-based network management and security firm has grown from humble beginnings 13 years ago in a Herne Bay flat, to a global company with offices in Auckland, London, Melbourne, and now San Francisco.
Competition winners offered trips to the home of tech entrepreneurship
Leaders of top teams at Auckland and Wellington Startup Weekend events to win four weeks promoting their startups in San Francisco.