Symantec sold to Broadcom. HP AU sees managed print revival. Dropbox droops.

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Friday August 9, 2019

457 visa replacement scheme approved by Feds

457 visa replacement scheme approved by Feds

'Global talent – employer sponsored program’ scheme open to startups or $4m+ businesses.

 

Managed print evolves into content play says HP AU

Managed print evolves into content play says HP AU

If you’re smart about it.

 

Broadcom buys Symantec's enterprise business

Broadcom buys Symantec's enterprise business

US$10.7bn deal breaks up the world's largest pure-play cybersecurity vendor.

 

Apple extends bug bounty, boosts rewards to US$1m

Apple extends bug bounty, boosts rewards to US$1m

Crack the iPhone, score a seven-figure bank account boost.

 

Dropbox slides after user growth slows

Dropbox slides after user growth slows

Shares sink as revenue misses expectations and losses continue.

 

Oracle ANZ public sector boss joins Perth reseller

 

HCI vendor Datrium closes in on Australian launch

 

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