Microsoft has unveiled plans to end the use of passwords and support users' logins through the Microsoft Authenticator app.
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Microsoft has made its software-as-a-service Azure IoT Central solution generally available, nine months after it was first announced.
Researchers at Tenable discovered a zero-day vulnerability dubbed "Peekaboo" which makes video surveillance recordings vulnerable.
Global spending on mobility solutions will reach US$1.8 trillion in 2022, with consumers expected to account for more than 70 per cent.
Atlassian is putting the Ops back into DevOps following the software vendor’s acquisition of OpsGenie, as part of wider plans to target IT operations.
Only eight per cent of organisations across Asia Pacific and Japan have achieved the "transformed" status according to a recent research.
The market for compute and storage infrastructure for telecommunications providers will reach US$16.3 billion in 2022, according to IDC.
Huawei has taken Apple's second spot on the worldwide sale of smartphones, according to newly released data by Gartner.
RXP Services has been selected by modular home designer Madi to design and implement a complete digital ecosystem.
HMD Global, the Nokia mobile phone business sold to Microsoft and then bought back, has revealed changes to its leadership ranks.
AirTrunk has completed an $850 million financing process to fund a "major expansion" of its Australian data centres, as well as across Asia Pacific.
Software vendor SugarCRM has revealed it has now a single investor, technology-focused private equity firm Accel-KKR (AKKR).
Dreamscape Networks has announced plans to acquire Singapore’s Webserver.sg for S$460,000.
Nutanix has launched a new partner program dubbed Power to the Partner, focusing on investments rather than revenue targets alone.
Global online forum Reddit has revealed a hacker broke into a few of its systems accessing user data between 14 June and 18 June.