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Displaying items by tag: Architecture

Autodesk has stayed ahead of the curve over nearly the last four decades to become a true powerhouse in products and services for the architecture, engineering, construction, manufacturing, media, education and entertainment industries, and we spoke to its Australian MD during the last day of its 2020 conference.

Published in Business IT

Expanded partnerships with AEC (architecture, engineering and construction) companies sees Dropbox state it is a go-to tool for people in those industries, solving challenges and delivering more way to collaborate.

Published in Development

Close on the heels of announcing that it would be cutting 6000 jobs over the next three years, the National Australia Bank has said that it will be hiring 600 technology specialists, beginning immediately.

Published in Strategy

Don’t tremble as the growing rumble of augmented reality comes to life via Trimble and its Microsoft Hololens app to architects and designers.

Published in Business IT
Wednesday, 06 April 2016 14:17

Woz gets giddy over VR at GTC2016

Personal computing pioneer Steve Wozniak made a guest appearance - albeit a virtual one - at the GPU Technology Conference.

Published in Business Software
Wednesday, 10 June 2015 14:08

Nokia collaborates on 5G research

Nokia has signed up to sponsor 5G research at Germany’s University of Kaiserslautern which will study the telco architecture required for the next generation of super-fast networks.

Published in Telecoms & NBN

The design of NEXTDC’s Sydney data centre has been voted as one of five global finalists in an international award program for architecture.

Published in Data Centres

Load testing of systems has been around for many years, since its introduction in the 1970s, and one major Application Performance Management vendor says today’s testers are now able to leverage a new generation of technology to fill critical test automation gaps and deliver “substantially greater value to their business.”

Thursday, 30 January 2014 00:48

Tony fits the Bill for F5 in Australia, NZ

F5 Networks has appointed a new chief of its Australia and New Zealand business to lead the company through its next stage of growth and to drive adoption of its new architectural vision in the ANZ region.

Published in People Moves
Thursday, 17 October 2013 12:23

Apple gains approval for 'spaceship' HQ

Apple's amazing new second campus, dubbed the 'spaceship', has been cleared for construction by Californian officials.

Published in Strategy

HP has introduced a trio of cloud-connected large-format printers, including a low-price model aimed at architecture, engineering and construction (AEC) students and professionals.

Studying IT at university may still be a decent career bet, judging by the findings of a long-term survey.

Published in Market

AECBytes reviews Cadac Organice as a comprehensive and well-designed document management solution and a compelling option for AEC firms to consider

Just months after being named Public Sector CIO of the year, RailCorp Chief Information Officer Vicki Coleman has been escorted from her office by security after allegations have been made about her to the Independent Commission Against Corruption.

Published in Security
Australian headquartered global architectural and design firm, Woods Bagot, is deploying Tandberg video conferencing technology across all of its 15 offices worldwide.
Published in Deals




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