REA Group’s data business PropTrack has joined FinTech Australia’s ecosystem partnership program to establish key relationships in the fintech sector and to create opportunities.
Digital transformation and cloud specialist Versent has appointed Paul Migliorini to the role of CEO.
The Sydney Stock Exchange (SSX) has joined FinTech Australia’s corporate program, becoming the 13th organisation it has signed on this year.
VMware Cloud on Amazon Web Services (AWS) has been tested by an information security registered assessors program (IRAP) against information security manual (ISM) protected controls.
Cloud accounting system provider Xero has joined Fintech Australia’s corporate program.
Ferrari has chosen Amazon Web Services to improve not only the performance of its cars but to speed innovation across the entire organisation. Ferrari will also use AWS’ services and infrastructure to streamline designs and test cars to give customers a safer driving experience.
Gentrack makes use of Amazon Web Services’ cloud services to meet the digital demands of the utilities sector. The cloud services are said to yield results, improving billing performance three-fold and reducing costs.
Amazon Elastic Container Service Anywhere – which allows on-premises container-based applications to be run and managed using the same APIs and tools that apply to Amazon ECS in AWS – is now generally available, including AWS's Sydney region.
A large-scale AI application hosted on Amazon Web Services predicts traffic conditions in Melbourne and aims to reduce delays in hotspots in the city.
Security vendor Thales has announced new data protection products for Google Cloud, Microsoft Azure, and Amazon Web Services.
Australian startup The Dream Collective, in partnership with Amazon Web Services (AWS), has launched SheDares, an interactive learning program that empowers women and convinces them to pursue a career in the tech industry.
Machine learning promises to help organisations of all sizes deal with the vast mass of data being accumulated, but it’s still science fiction for many. AWS has launched a new, free course to demystify it all, including where it is best suited to solve business challenges.
AWS is adding six new items to the array of statistics it generates for Formula 1 spectators.
Amazon Lookout for Equipment, a cloud service that uses AWS-developed machine learning models to help perform predictive maintenance on equipment, is now generally available.
Finnish telecommunications equipment provider Nokia has struck deals with Amazon Web Services, Microsoft and Google to pair its radio access network technologies for 5G with the cloud services of the three companies.
The Australian Department of Defence is continuing to use a Chinese-owned data centre, Global Switch, for hosting some of its data, even though it was told to switch providers by the end of last year.
Australian cloud services start-up Digital Renewal (DigiRen) has appointed Paul O'Rourke as its CEO.
Amazon Web Services plans to open a second infrastructure region in Australia in the second half of 2022.
AWS has announced an unusually wide-ranging collection of new products and features.
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