Fujitsu and KDDI announced an agreement to collaborate on creating new services that enrich the customer experience and contribute to the resolution of social issues by utilising Fujitsu's private 5G and KDDI's au 5G technologies, with the aim of realising a new digital society and co-creating businesses based on 5G.
Global ICT giant Fujitsu has made two strategic appointments to its Australian and New Zealand health industry team as part of its expansion in the ANZ health sector.
Japanese ICT giant Fujitsu has pledged to source 100% of its energy needs for its global Shiodome HQ building from October 2021 from renewables as part of a commitment to contributing to the realisation of a carbon-neutral society and adaptation to climate change.
Fujitsu has launched its Māori and Pacific Peoples Inclusion Plan for Fujitsu New Zealand, as an important step in its ongoing commitment to equity and inclusion for Māori and Pacific Peoples - and to enable sustainable and successful opportunities for them in the technology sector.
Three thousand, six hundred Fujitsu employees and contractors in Australia and New Zealand will receive up to half a day of additional paid leave to give leeway to their COVID-19 vaccination, including their families.
A new report has named Fujitsu Australia as a Leader in two categories. The new report picked Fujitsu, citing it has “strong market position, provides strategic impulses to the market, and ensures innovative strength and stability.”
ICT vendor Fujitsu has appointed Katherine (Kathy) Cakarnis to the role of vice president for ANZ customer industry engagement, and Nicole Forrester to the newly created role of head of ANZ office of purpose.
ICT vendor Fujitsu says corporate security policies are fails to keep pace in the 'new normal' where employees often work from home.
Japanese ICT giant Fujitsu has signed a three-year contract with the Australian Department of Defence to uplift and modernise Defence’s existing and planned future ICT environments.
Decision-making platform provider Board International has made four senior appointments.
Fujitsu has announced the development of an AI based technology that can recognise and analyse complex human movements.
Compliance platform provider EncompaaS has appointed David Gould as its chief customer officer.
Key take outs:
GUEST RESEARCH: The COVID-19 outbreak has brought the preparedness of Australia’s healthcare sector into sharp focus. As the immediate disruption from the pandemic recedes, the Australian healthcare sector will continue to face significant challenges and opportunities. Healthcare providers will need to gain a clear understanding of the landscape to determine where they sit and how they will compete in a rapidly changing environment, according to Fujitsu Australia and New Zealand.
Fujitsu has appointed Anna Soriano to the newly created role of channel sales and distribution manager.
Taiwanese original design manufacturer Compal Electronics has suffered a cyber intrusion, with the attackers using the Windows DoppelPaymer ransomware to infiltrate the company's systems in an attack that was reported over the weekend.
Fujitsu Australia and New Zealand CEO Mike Foster is departing the company after 10 years, with 30-year ICT industry veteran and former Akamai Asia Pacific chief Graeme Beardsell to take over the role.
Communications vendor Avaya has appointed Simon Vatcher as its ANZ managing director.
Fujitsu has appointed Dave Lennon as Queensland state manager.
Fujitsu has appointed James Veness as its Oceania regional head of portfolio for data centres.
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