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.
Fujitsu has launched its first Digital Transformation Centre (DTC) in Australia, with the new facility located at the Macquarie University campus in Sydney.
Fujitsu has launched its new Cyber Resilience Centre in Canberra, with the facility to oversee managed and professional security services across the Oceania region.
Japanese ICT firm Fujitsu has appointed 30-year IT industry veteran Conway Kosi as vice-president of sales, customer service management and marketing for the Oceania region.
Japanese ICT giant Fujitsu has signed a three-year contract with the Australian Department of Defence to provide desktop-related services for approximately 100,000 defence personnel across more than 450 locations around Australia.
Fujitsu has announced that the Clean Energy Regulator will use ServiceNow in the Protected Cloud platform as a Software as a Service offering, making CER the third Federal Government agency to sign up to Fujitsu’s industry cloud for government, built on Vault Protected Cloud.
Digital transformation for business was the focus for more than 600 attendees at the Fujitsu annual World Tour held in Sydney, with speakers examining how organisations can work together to create new possibilities for business and society through transformation.
Integrated services provider Downer, Japanese ICT vendor Fujitsu and Melbourne software developer EYEfi have collaborated to create a "smart drains" solution that has been taken up by the Yarra Ranges Council.
Japanese ICT firm Fujitsu has extended the availability of its global biometrics-as-a-service platform to Australia. The service is provided in collaboration with ImageWare Systems, a provider of mobile and cloud-based identity management software.
Fujitsu has completed a major upgrade to TasNetworks' microwave radio network, commissioning 18 FRX-3 Microwave radio links.
Fujitsu uses its World Tour in Sydney to launch new products and reacquaint delegates with what is important Down Under.
Fujitsu has achieved Australia’s first NABERS-rated data centre portfolio, achieving a 27% higher than average rating.
Fujitsu can now offer its customers fast and efficient ways of provisioning connections to cloud services, including Microsoft Azure and Amazon Web Services.
A new Emergency Services Computer Aided Dispatch (ESCAD) system unifying Tasmania’s Fire, Ambulance, State Emergency Services, and Police organisations will be implemented state-wide.
Fujitsu has completed its support capability in the Australia-New Zealand region for its Edgeware management platform to leverage the proliferation of Internet-connected devices.
Fujitsu’s investment in its Australian data centres continues apace, with announcement of a $12.2 million investment in its Western Sydney data centre.
Fujitsu has been appointed to the Australian Government’s Data Centre Facilities Supplies Panel.
The Fujitsu World Tour 2014 technology and services roadshow is coming to Australia for the first time next month.
Fujitsu today announced it has won the multi-million dollar Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT) contract to provide a comprehensive system for issuing Australian passports.
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