Australian businesses expecting the hassles of the COVID-19 pandemic to vanish in 2021 are in for a rude shock, according to business analyst firm IBRS, which as also released a new report on the future of the IT space.

Finnish telecommunications equipment vendor Nokia and the University of Technology Sydney, have announced a five-year deal to build and run a state-of-the-art 5G innovation facility.

A version of the CANVAS exploit platform, that can be used to test the vulnerability of computer systems or to break into remote systems using exploits that come along with it, has been leaked on the VirusTotal database and can now be accessed by all paid subscribers of the service.

Microsoft has issued an advisory stating that four zero-day exploits are being used to attack versions of Microsoft Exchange Server on-premise.

The Indian Government has said a power outage in Mumbai last year was caused by human error, adding that no evidence exists to connect the incident to a "hacking attempt".

Video-first platform provider successfully improved its channel order tracking and management business processes by leveraging powerful, no-code digital workflows from Nintex.

IBM has announced that its "hybrid cloud services are now generally available in any environment - on any cloud, on premises or at the edge - via IBM Cloud Satellite, with Lumen Technologies and IBM integrating IBM Cloud Satellite with the Lumen edge platform to "enable clients to harness hybrid cloud services in near real-time and build innovative solutions at the edge."

Video comms company Zoom has announced financial results for the fourth quarter ended January 31, 2021, and says it marked "a string finish to an unprecedented year for Zoom", which has Microsoft Teams, Google Hangouts, Jitsi, Bitrix24, Skype and so many other players in the video space fighting for supremacy.

Global Kubernetes Data Services Platform, Portworx by Pure Storage, has announced a partnership with IBM to enable OpenShift-based data services to run in hybrid cloud environments with performance, data protection, data security, and mobility on IBM Cloud Satellite.

New York City-based public safety software firm Mark43 has signed a deal to partner with the NSW Police Force as its designated technology provider.

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