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Nutanix announces continued growth in A/NZ region
Nutanix has continued to see strong growth in the Australia and New Zealand regions as the company opens the doors to a new flagship office in Sydney.
Committee for Sydney announces Smart City Awards winners
The awards provide an opportunity for organisations to profile how they have been contributing to a more data-driven and responsive Greater Sydney.
Lendlease announces US$1 billion data center partnership
Commencement of the partnership is subject to the relevant regulatory approvals.
Sydney University AI Hub wins global award for RPA implementation
"This award demonstrates what is possible when organisations have a clear vision, a robust roadmap and exemplary internal communications around RPA deployments."
APN member Anodot opens APAC headquarters in Sydney
Anodot’s new offices in Sydney will serve as the hub of the company’s operations in Asia-Pacific and Japan.
DJI implements no-fly zones during ASEAN-Australia Special Summit
The temporary no-fly zones will help reduce the likelihood of drone operators inadvertently entering sensitive areas.
TIBCO’s Live Apps platform to be hosted in Australia
TIBCO Live Apps provides business users with self-service functionality while aiming to reduce the burden on corporate IT departments.
Digital Realty continues Asia Pacific expansion with new data center
"This is an opportune moment for Western Sydney to become a magnet for business as investment here increases."
StaplesVR and Fox Studios team-up in Sydney to deliver dynamic VR films
StaplesVR, a production studio with offices in New Zealand and Australia, is teaming up with Fox Studios in Sydney...
Transform your mundane car into a self-driving vehicle with Drive.ai
Self-driving vehicles may not be as far-fetched as originally anticipated with the technology being developed by Drive.ai...
Tap & go: Mastercard deploys contactless payments on Sydney ferries
“Australians are continuously embracing digital payment technology, with 82% using tap-and-go to make payments every week."