Centrify, the leader in securing hybrid enterprises through the power of identity services, has expanded support for both Windows and Apple-based laptops, desktops and mobile devices in Australia and New Zealand.
As well as strengthening security for Windows endpoints, Centrify has joined AppConfig.org to streamline app and device provisioning, extend IT security policy and provide end-users with more device choices.
These enhancements to Centrify’s mobile-centric identity management solutions let organisations further realise seamless, context-aware policy across all the applications, endpoints and devices their users prefer – all from a single integrated solution.
Centrify has made these developments available immediately in Australia and New Zealand through its Identity Service, Privilege Service and Server Suite. Learn more at https://www.centrify.com/products/.
Australian energy storage specialist Redflow Limited has recruited former Santos Managing Director and CEO David Knox to its board of directors as the company starts a pivotal year.
As a non-executive director, Mr Knox will contribute valuable international business skills to Redflow from his eight years leading Santos and, before that, senior roles globally with BP, Shell and ARCO.
Mr Knox, who also sits on the board of CSIRO, said he was attracted by Redflow’s battery technology. “It has the potential to affect change in the way we use energy, both for individuals and families at home and also for small businesses and telcos,” he said.
“The beauty of this battery is it has a real role to play in stabilising our energy supply system as batteries become more widely used. We need to get much better at storing energy if we want to reduce our carbon footprint while continuing to provide affordable, reliable energy supplies.”
Australian energy storage specialist Redflow Limited has welcomed news that Victron Energy’s MultiGrid 48/3000 battery inverter is now approved for connection to the Australian electricity grid.
The MultiGrid 48/3000 is a version of Victron’s popular MultiPlus 48/3000 inverter enhanced to meet the AS/NZS4777.2:2015 standard for grid connection of energy systems via battery inverters.
ASX-listed Redflow (ASX:RFX) produces Australia’s unique ZCell zinc-bromine flow battery which works with a range of battery inverters including Victron, Selectronic, Redback and GoodWe.
Redflow CEO Simon Hackett said the availability of the Victron MultiGrid 48/3000 inverter for grid-connected battery systems was good news for consumers. “Victron inverters are easy to configure, they work beautifully with ZCell and they are competitively priced,” he said.