ERP specialist Evolution Business Systems (EBS) has boosted its success with Not For Profit businesses by fostering a user community among its Microsoft Dynamics NAV customers.
Held twice a year, the EBS and Microsoft Dynamics NAV User Group attracts finance leaders from EBS NFP customers including Australian Drug Foundation, Centacare Ballarat, St Vincent de Paul Society, Film Victoria, Melba Support Services and Comlink.
The group was established at the suggestion of Australian Drug Foundation CFO Daniel Langelaan, who envisioned a forum where finance and IT managers from NFP customers if EBS could share experiences of using the technology and learn how to do things better.
Mr. Langelaan said he had enjoyed working with EBS to develop the user group. “EBS has been very supportive and proactive in providing this forum,” he said.
Centrify has announced survey findings which demonstrate that while people widely use Apple devices for work, lack of security and management of those devices exposes companies to significant liabilities.
Centrify Corporation, the leader in securing identities from cyberthreats, commissioned the survey by Dimensional Research to determine penetration and security compliance of Apple devices in the workplace.
ASX-listed power storage specialist Redflow Ltd today announces it will deliver its innovative batteries for residential and small business energy storage systems by early 2016.
While still pursuing telco sector opportunities, Redflow is developing a companion Battery Management System (BMS) to simplify installing and managing its batteries at smaller sites.
Development of the BMS will be guided by newly elected Redflow Chairman Simon Hackett, with the first version of this device expected to hit the market early in the first quarter of 2016.
Redflow made these announcements today in a statement to the Australian Stock Exchange that outlined a number of initiatives to address longer than expected sales cycles.
Simon Hackett said the decisions announced today would expand the market segments addressed by Redflow at just the right time. “The residential and SME markets are currently hot sectors for power storage which Redflow is well equipped to supply,” he said.
David McNeely, a senior Centrify executive who has worked in the identity management space for the past 20 years, is visiting Australia this week to speak today at Gartner's Security Summit in Sydney and to meet with Centrify customers in Sydney and Melbourne.
David's visit coincides with Centrify's inclusion - for the second year running - on the Inc. 5000 ranking of the fastest-growing private companies in the US. Companies such as Yelp, Pandora, Timberland, Dell, Domino’s Pizza, LinkedIn, Zillow and other well-known names gained early exposure as members of the Inc. 5000.
Centrify Corporation, the leader in securing identities from cyberthreats, also announces it has been awarded a patent from the United States Patent and Trademark Office for its Privileged Account Security. The patented technology is a new method and apparatus for transmitting additional authorisation data.
This afternoon, David McNeely will outline industry best practice for managing identity as the cornerstone of enterprise security at the Gartner Security & Risk Management Summit, which runs in Sydney today and tomorrow.
A National Science Week event in the remote SA community of Arkaroola today will use a MIMP microwave wireless network to showcase the value of telehealth for regional Australia.
Run by Dr Paul Gardner-Stephen of Flinders University, the interactive event has invited locals to have their blood pressure taken in Arkaroola and reviewed by a health professional 700km away in Adelaide, demonstrating the ease and convenience of telehealth.
Connecting the patient and doctor will be a microwave wireless network deployed by Adelaide-based wireless specialist MIMP Connecting Solutions to serve a mine in the Northern Flinders Ranges in 2012. At its own expense, MIMP extended that network to reach Arkaroola in 2013, with plans to expand it to Nepabunna and other local communities. The telehealth event will be held at the Arkaroola Visitor Centre from 11am to 12.45pm on Wednesday, August 19, 2015.