Brisbane-based Redflow reports it will launch its residential energy storage offering in late March, including details of the appearance, pricing and performance of its home batteries.
In an announcement to the ASX yesterday, Redflow (ASX:RFX) also stated that it expects its residential offering to be applicable for international markets.
Nine Network has used Centrify to expand its production fleet of Macs from 19 to 150, improving security, simplifying password management and slashing password reset support calls in half.
Cybersecurity company Centrify has played a central role at Channel Nine after this ‘massive’ upgrade of its Apple Mac production environment at multiple sites around Australia.
Nine Network chose Centrify Identity Service to securely manage user identities on its Mac computers, providing users with the ability to access both broadcast and corporate IT networks with a single login through Active Directory.
Since its Mac expansion, Nine Network has become much more efficient in production and post-production. Centrify has simplified password management for both employees and tech support, dramatically reduced the problem of forgotten login credentials and cut support calls by 50 per cent. Today, the company’s 150 Macs are easily managed by just two IT people.
Centrify, the leader in securing enterprise identities against cyberthreats, overnight announced that it has received three new certifications of its application integrations with ServiceNow®.
Certification by ServiceNow signifies that Centrify Password Reset, Centrify App Access and Centrify Privileged Access Request have successfully completed a set of defined tests focused on integration interoperability, security and performance. The certification also ensures that best practices are utilised in the design and implementation of Centrify’s applications with ServiceNow.
Centrify is one of the first vendors to support identity service automation for both end-users and privileged users to increase security, significantly reduce workloads and save time for ServiceNow IT fulfillers who use various ITIL applications daily for granting application and server access requests.
Melbourne restaurant chain The Pancake Parlour has simplified reporting, business analysis and ease-of-use since Evolution Business Systems (EBS) upgraded its financial management system.
The 50-year-old company, which operates 12 restaurants throughout Melbourne, recognised in 2012 that its ageing business management system was holding back its growth plans.
Simple tasks, like exporting data from the system into a spreadsheet, were not possible, preventing the company from undertaking deeper analysis of its everyday business data. Also, each time The Pancake Parlour opened a new restaurant, it had to pay thousands of dollars to commission new consolidated financial reports incorporating its latest outlet.
Centrify, the leader in securing enterprise identities against cyberthreats, overnight announced a major advancement in its Privileged Identity Management solution.
Centrify is now the first vendor in the industry to support federated privileged access across an organisation’s entire security eco-system, including secure outsourcing of IT and application development.
The solution is designed for an enterprise’s hybrid IT environment of cloud, mobile and on-premises and leverages the Centrify Identity Platform. Coupled with other major new features such as application-to-application password management (AAPM) and multi-factor authentication (MFA) for servers, Centrify’s Privileged Identity Management solution reduces an enterprise’s attack surface and enables continuous compliance.
According to Gartner, IT outsourcing will be a $335 billion industry by 2019 *. In addition, according to a December 2015 commissioned study conducted by Forrester Consulting on behalf of Centrify, 100 per cent of organisations surveyed are outsourcing at least one IT function and at least one application development function.
“As more of today’s businesses outsource functions such as IT administration and rely on vendors to troubleshoot systems and applications, the need to govern and secure privileged sessions grows dramatically,” said Tom Kemp, CEO and co-founder of Centrify.