Centrify, the leader in securing enterprise identities against cyberthreats, has announced significant enhancements to its industry leading privileged identity management (PIM) solution.
Centrify Privilege Service, the industry’s first cloud-based privileged access security solution, now boasts additional support for hybrid IT environments, including the ability to deploy and deliver the solution on-premises, in a private cloud or as a PIM-as-a-Service.
Customers can now install and manage their own dedicated instance of Centrify Privilege Service, while realising the same great benefits and capabilities delivered by the industry’s only PIM-as-a-Service solution available today.
“Organisations have been asking for more flexible deployment options for their privileged identity management solution,” said Lachlan McKenzie, Centrify’s Country Manager for Australia and New Zealand.
Redflow Limited (ASX:RFX) on Friday announced senior management changes as the company prepares for the first deliveries of ZCell residential flow batteries in Australia.
The Redflow board has appointed Executive Chairman Simon Hackett as acting Chief Executive Officer while fellow board member Richard Aird was named acting Chief Operating Officer.
Redflow announced these appointments after Stuart Smith resigned as CEO following his successful outsourcing of the entire battery manufacturing process to Flex. Mr Smith joined Redflow in 2012.
Redflow director Howard Stack, who was chairman for much of that time, said the company was grateful for Stuart Smith's leadership during the past four years. "Stuart has led Redflow during a period in which it transformed a promising technology into a world-class battery and outsourced manufacturing to Flex," he said.
"The company is now embarking on the next phase of its development, and with Stuart's departure we have appointed Simon and Richard as acting CEO and acting COO to oversee the delivery of ZCell batteries in Australia and to identify the leadership team to deliver Redflow batteries to the world."
National health agency Alcohol and Drug Foundation has posted record growth since Melbourne-based Evolution Business Systems (EBS) installed the Microsoft Dynamics NAV financial software.
Alcohol and Drug Foundation (ADF) has grown from $8 million in turnover four years ago to $12 million this year and may grow by as much as 50 per cent this financial year. ADF, which employs 100 people, runs programs and services in each state and territory to reduce the more than 5000 deaths and 150,000 hospital admissions caused each year by drugs and alcohol.
ADF Chief Financial Officer Daniel Langelaan said Microsoft Dynamics NAV had enabled ADF to grow rapidly. “Growing at this rate using our old system would have been a huge risk,” he said. “We expect the organisation to grow significantly again this year, possibly by as much as 50 per cent, but our finance team won’t require extra people. With development of the NAV system, we can gain a whole set of new efficiencies through workflows, document management and automation.”
Melbourne-based business software specialist EBS (Evolution Business Systems) this month celebrated 15 years in business after posting a record year during 2015-16.
EBS is a Microsoft Gold ERP Partner specialising in Microsoft Dynamics NAV and other Enterprise Resource Planning solutions that can be tailored to the needs of small to medium sized businesses. The privately-owned company has a particular strength in the not-for-profit sector.
EBS founder and managing director Paul Woods said the company’s success was due to its ability to help customers navigate the rapidly evolving technology industry. “It’s been a tumultuous period to run a business,” he said.