The COVID-19 pandemic is driving digital transformation for enterprises in the Southeast Asia region (ASEAN) and will open up wider opportunities for carriers and service providers, according to a new report.
The spread of the coronavirus — COVID-19 — is prompting businesses to undergo digital transformations, adopting new technologies to allow employees to remain productive and effective during the epidemic, according to global technology research firm OMDIA.
Victoria’s South West TAFE has unveiled a $2.3 million project with Optus Business which has created 15 “smart classrooms” for almost 5000 students across the college’s Warrnambool, Hamilton and Portland campuses.
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