QCamPro, that allows subscribers to view and speak through security cameras from their iPhone or Android handsets.Global business is booming for an Adelaide-developed smartphone app,
Launched five years ago, QCamPro now counts the US, Germany and China among the countries that have its largest number of customers. More than 17,000 people in 86 countries have downloaded the QCamPro app, which is supported by more than 50 business partners globally. The top five countries in terms of demand are the USA, Australia, Germany, China and Netherlands.
QCamPro founder John Convill launched the QCamPro Monitoring Partner Program in March 2016 at the Mobotix Conference in Miami. The program allows partners to brand the app as their own, let their own customers subscribe to the service to monitor their homes, businesses or equipment.
Impress Media Australia is closed for the Christmas - New Year period from Monday, December 11, 2017, until Monday, January 15, 2018.
Managing director John Harris is kicking off his holidays with five days of reluctant R&R at an exclusive establishment known as the Last Resort, from which he will hobble away with a brand new, airport-scary right knee.
The rest of his holiday will be taken up by rehabilitation which includes reading novels, watching Netflix and hanging out by the pool. However, if an emergency comes up during the holidays, you can get hold of John by mobile or email. But here's hoping you have no unexpected problems, just a merry Christmas and a happy and safe New Year.
Centrify, a leader in securing hybrid enterprises through the power of identity services, has identified seven trends that will shape enterprise security in Australia and New Zealand during 2018.
Centrify Corporation Senior Director APAC Sales Niall King said the major data breach revelations that had marked the past year would continue in 2018 as organisations struggled to recognise that unmanaged trust was at the core of their cybersecurity vulnerability. “While during 2017, Uber and Equifax opted to hold off reporting their respective data breaches, this is not an option in Australia where mandatory data reporting legislation takes effect from February 2018,” he said.
Based on its industry research and deep dive discussions with customers, Centrify has identified seven trends that will impact cybersecurity during 2018.