Displaying items by tag: Schneider Electric

Schneider Electric has appointed 15-year telecommunications industry veteran Rajesh Thangaraj as Edge Solutions Evangelist of its Secure Power division in Australia.

Published in People Moves

ACT-based electricity and gas distributor Evoenergy has received $2.05 million in funding from the Australian Renewable Energy Agency (ARENA) to trial the integration of Distributed Energy Resources (DER) in an online marketplace.

Published in Energy

If the ongoing bushfire crisis has taught Australians one thing, it is that the use of petrol and diesel vehicles will have to be minimised in the future in order to avoid pumping more carbon into the atmosphere and making the problem worse.

Published in Open Sauce
Tuesday, 20 August 2019 09:44

Drayton to lead Intuit in Australia

Intuit, the company behind the well-known QuickBooks cloud accounting system, has appointed Natira Drayton as its country manager and vice president for Australia.

Published in People Moves

Digital transformation creates massive savings for businesses with a newly released study showing that digitisation of engineering processes can save businesses and organisations an average of 35% in capex costs and time optimisation – and commissioning costs of new systems and assets can be reduced by an average of 29%.

Published in Energy

Security outfit Tenable Research has released details of 12 vulnerabilities it discovered in industrial control systems made by Siemens, Fuji, Schneider Electric, and Rockwell Automation over the last nine months, with the latest being a hole in the Siemens TIA Portal discovered this month.

Published in Security

Global digital transformation company Schneider Electric has announced a tie-up to supply Australia's biggest electric vehicle charging infrastructure installer JET Charge with charging equipment for car dealer Nissan Australia.

Published in Automotive

Security company FireEye says it has been responding to a second attack by the group behind the Triton malware which was used to attack the Saudi Arabian oil company Saudi Aramco last year.

Published in Security

SPONSORED EDITORIAL Nancy Rademaker is a global thought-leader in digital transformation, and advises many businesses on how they can build their organisations to benefit from the next industrial revolution. Nancy is a keynote speaker at Schneider Electric’s Innovation Day in Sydney on April 2nd, and in this opinion piece, she outlines what Australian CEOs have to ask themselves when it comes to making digital transformation a reality, and what their answers should be.

Power management company Eaton is further expanding its services business in Australia and New Zealand with the appointment of Filip Banovac as general manager services for the ANZ region.

Published in People Moves

A new state-of-the-art networking and gaming facility at Murdoch University in Western Australia, developed in collaboration with Schneider Electric, is on track for completion in July.

Published in Networking

Much of the improvement in data centrepower usage effectiveness has come from three areas.

Published in Data Centres

Security firm Tenable has discovered a critical vulnerability in software made by Schneider Electric that is used in manufacturing, oil and gas, water, automation, wind and solar power facilities in the US.

Published in Security

The world's largest oil company suffered a malware intrusion in August, with a safety system coming under attack in what is said to be the first case of malicious code being used to target a system designed to prevent disaster at an industrial facility.

Published in Security

The South Australian Government is dishing out more than $8 million in new funding for energy storage projects in the state, ranging from batteries and hydrogen fuel cells to thermal storage using sewage.

Published in Energy

Data centre and cloud services provider, iseek Communications, is partnering with Schneider Electric and Optus to build a new energy-efficient Tier 3 managed data centre in Townsville.

Published in Data Centres

Data centre managers need to plan for a near-term future where the demand for IT and the cost of the electricity needed to power it are both rising.

Published in Data Centres

Global energy management company Schneider Electric and Hewlett Packard Enterprise are collaborating to create a Micro Datacentre solution which they say helps meet new data growth requirements.

Published in Data Centres

Queensland-based property industry construction, engineering and support services company, FKG Group, has engaged Schneider Electric to provide expertise for the development of its new Tier 3, 10 megawatt regional data centre to be built in Toowoomba.

Published in Data Centres

Sixty-three percent of organisations plan to use the IoT to analyse customer behaviour in 2016, with faster problem resolution, better customer service and customer satisfaction ranking among the top five potential business benefits, according to a global survey by Schneider Electric.

Published in Internet of Things
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