Veeam unveils Backup for Salesforce v2 offering enhanced data protection
Veeam has launched Backup for Salesforce v2, promising multi-cloud support and an improved testing environment.
Beating public sector procurement fraud – SAS
The single biggest source of crime experienced by public sector entities is the internal employee in a position of trust.
Queensland Premier bans Ministerial use of private email & messaging apps
The Queensland Government has forbidden its ministers from using their own private email and messaging accounts for ministerial business.
C6 Intelligence expands Asia footprint with new managing director
Cybercrime prevention agency C6 Intelligence has expanded its Asia operations through the appointment of a new APAC managing director for the region.
Bad reputation: The impact of bribery & corruption on ANZ businesses
Our cross-Tasman regulators are actively enforcing agendas to minimise money laundering, terrorist financing, corporate misconduct and fraud.
Thai govt selects NZ security to tackle corruption
Wynyard Group partners with Thailand's anti-corruption commission to tackle internal corruption in government.
Countdown happy at being exonerated under Commerce Commission inquiry
Progressive Enterprises managing director Dave Chambers said he felt exonerated by the outcome of a Commerce Commission inquiry into anti-competiti.
Supermarket inquiry finds no breaches by Countdown
The Commerce Commission inquiry into anti-competitive behaviour by Countdown supermarkets, alleged by former Labour Party MP Shane Jones, has found.
We just happened to be in the neighbourhood
Doing business in Asia can be challenging, but with careful preparation and perseverance, it can be a rewarding venture.