Kaleah Salmon is journalist in the TechDay editorial team. Originally from Australia Kaleah now lives in Asia. She has a keen interest in health, fitness, travel and spot. Having previously worked journalist for Australian publication Ministry of Sport.
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Gallagher Security wins top OSPA award for second year running
Warwick-based Gallagher Security has won the Outstanding Security Equipment Manufacturer Award for the second year at the 2024 OSPAs, recognised for its innovative approach to global security solutions.
RtBrick enables CGNAT & BNG on same open switch for first time
In an industry-first software routing pioneer, RtBrick has successfully enabled Carrier-Grade Network Address Translation (CGNAT) and Broadband Network Gateway (BNG) to operate on the same open switch, aiming to boost efficiency and reduce costs.
Finastra partners with UNITAS to boost digital transformation in South Korea
Finastra partners with South Korean risk and compliance firm UNITAS to drive digital transformation in local banking operations, tapping into UNITAS's expertise and Finastra's advanced treasury system.
Jersey Telecom acquires Spectrum to boost global online payment security
Jersey Telecom’s acquisition of Australian tech company Spectrum bolsters the fight against online payment fraud, reinforcing security on a global scale.
Teranode testing launches, promising blockchain revolution
BSV Association commences testing of blockchain breakthrough, Teranode, designed to underpin 1.1 million TPS and redefine financial transactions and data privacy.
TCS & Co-op expand partnership to further cloud-first strategy
Tata Consultancy Services and The Co-operative Group boost their long-term partnership, gearing up for cloud-first strategy to fuel Co-op's business growth and sustainability ambitions.
Aston University gets GBP £443k grant to enhance lithium-ion battery safety
Aston University secures a GBP £443,058 EPSRC grant for transforming lithium-ion batteries into safer, more eco-friendly versions using gel electrolyte materials.
'Women in STEM' shine at Ideas of India Summit 3.0
At the Ideas of India Summit 3.0, top-ranking women in STEM, including ISRO's Nandini Harinath, shared their career journeys, emphasising the importance of education and support.
AI's double-edged sword in cybersecurity, says Techopedia report
AI's influence on cybersecurity is double-edged, with rising cybercrime attributed to hackers using AI, yet findings show businesses using AI security solutions have reduced breach costs, a Techopedia report reveals.
Samsung's One UI 6.1 update expands Galaxy AI features
Samsung unveils major One UI 6.1 update, aiming to expand advanced AI features across a larger range of Galaxy devices from the end of March.
Hurricane Electric expands with new Portland, Maine PoP deployment
Hurricane Electric announces advanced connectivity with a new Point of Presence at Deep Edge Realty in Portland, Maine, marking their second in the state and seventh in New England.
Noname Security joins top-tier firms on coveted CRN 2024 Security 100 list
Noname Security, a top-tier API security platform provider, propels itself onto the distinguished CRN 2024 Security 100 list, spotlighting the company's innovative and collaborative approach to cybersecurity.
AvePoint expands FedRAMP authorisation with new products
AvePoint bolsters its FedRAMP authorisation with three new secure SaaS products, reflecting its commitment to support public sector and regulated industries' digital transformation.
Tufin acquires AKIPS enhancing network security capabilities
Tufin acquires network monitoring firm AKIPS, strengthening its capability to provide comprehensive network visibility and bolstering its position in cloud security management.
Technical debt hindering digital transition in EMEA, says Red Hat survey
Red Hat's Global Tech Trends survey reveals technical debt as the main barrier to digital transformation in EMEA, further exacerbated by notable talent gaps and cloud tech concerns.
Siemens to showcase sustainability solutions at Light + Building 2024
Siemens to reveal groundbreaking products and strategic collaborations for sustainable infrastructure at Light + Building 2024, underpinning global shift towards sustainability.
Digital Realty partners with UK's Digital Futures Programme
Digital Realty allies with UK's Digital Futures Programme to groom young digital talent, aiding program expansion into Thames Valley schools.
Myriota expands in EMEA region, appoints ex-AccelerComm's Robert Barnes as VP
Australian IoT firm Myriota plans to extend its footprint into the EMEA region, with former AccelerComm's Robert Barnes leading the expansion as VP EMEA.
MoneyGram Haas F1 & EY partner for Microsoft solution implementation
MoneyGram Haas F1 partners with EY to deploy Microsoft Dynamics 365 for streamlined finance and supply chain functions, enhancing transactions, inventory tracking and data storage capabilities.
Speedcast expands STARS programme to enhance Northern Australia connectivity
Speedcast is enhancing connectivity in Northern Australia through the expansion of its STARS (Satellite To All Remote Sites) programme, introducing its SIGMA edge compute platform and Starlink LEO connection to hundreds of remote sites.
Corsair launches K65 Plus Wireless gaming keyboard in ANZ
Corsair boosts its gaming keyboard line with the launch of K65 PLUS WIRELESS, featuring high-end customisation, in ANZ region from 10th March.
Synspective set to launch StriX-3 satellite in March
Synspective's StriX-3 satellite, intended for full-scale constellation operations, is scheduled for a March launch from Rocket Lab's NZ complex.
Sovos launches industry-first integrated compliance cloud platform
Sovos debuts the industry's first unified tax compliance and regulatory reporting solution, the Sovos Compliance Cloud, aiming to streamline global compliance after eight years and substantial investment.
Jet Technologies announces new distribution centre in Brisbane
Sydney's Jet Technologies has opened a distribution centre in Brisbane, marking its expansion in Australia and New Zealand, driven by increasing demand for their print, packaging and industrial solutions.