COMPANY NEWS: Hyland, a leading content services provider, has launched OnBase in AWS Marketplace, supporting organisations' evolving needs to better manage digital information from anywhere and support evolving work environments.
Akamai launches Learn Akamai, a free, on-demand learning platform designed to help customers achieve the full value of Akamai solutions.
Australian broadcast services provider MediaHub is using HPE Apollo 4000 and Scality RING to develop a simplified and cost-effective storage solution for expanding broadcast archives.
Meeting room technology specialist Barco has added to its ClickShare range.
Pratar. It's a Swedish word that means to speak, to talk, to communicate, and it's a very apt name for a communications company, headed by former OPR Agency COO and MD of Howorth, Graham White, who has launched his own agency specialising in communication services for technology brands and start-ups.
Qobuz is the world’s first music platform to offer hi-res streaming and downloading, and it has arrived in Australia, making its growing catalogue available to Aussie music lovers and audiophiles for true aural pleasure.
If you're an Apple TV+ subscriber, Apple has announced to you by email that you're getting the equivalent of a month's worth of credit, each month, until June, in a competitive move that is obviously designed to keep people connected with their Apple TV+ subscriptions.
More Australians are using the Internet to view and listen to content more than ever before, according to new research.
Sydney-based tech company Curiious has appointed former Australian Trade and Investment Commission (Austrade) marketer Nicole Doukas to the newly-created role of Head of Growth as it continues its diversification from a content agency to a full immersive learning and engagement company.
GUEST OPINION by Joanne Wong, Vice President – International Marketing, LogRhythm: It’s something almost every internet user has experienced. An email arrives, purporting to be from a trusted source, but in reality it’s an attempt to steal personal details or cause disruption.
The International Legal Technology Association (ILTA) has announced a new international partnership with conference and event organiser Chilli IQ which it says is specifically tailored to aid in membership and sponsorship acquisition in Australia, New Zealand and Singapore.
Victoria’s Swinburne Universty of Technology has officially launched Adobe Creative Campus status with free creative cloud access for students and staff.
Foxtel has announced "a further step in its major refresh of Entertainment and Movies channels" and is proving this with a coming December 17 launch of two new FOX-branded Entertainment channels – FOX SLEUTH and FOX SCI FI.
Foxtel and NBCUniversal Global Distribution & International (NBCU) have announced completion of "a new, multi-year agreement covering movies, drama, comedy, entertainment, reality and news for the Foxtel Group’s broadcast, on demand and streaming platforms."
With nearly 300 5G sites switched on across Australia today, and 1200 sites planned by March 2020, Optus has also announced new 4K Ultra HD video streaming partnerships while reaching 'top peak home 5G speeds' of 400Mbps.
With the number of network connections and connected devices across Australia increasing at an unprecedented rate, the telecommunications regulator ACMA has released its corporate and research program reviewing the appropriate regulatory framework for content delivered over all platforms in the traditional broadcast media and digital platforms.
Australians have a growing taste for sports and video entertainment content sending the Subscription Video on Demand (SVOD) services market to new heights, reaching 12.3 million total subscriptions at the end of June, according new research from technology analyst firm, Telsyte.
New Zealand and Australian listed IT solutions company Serko has sealed an agreement to provide its next generation Zeno technology for travel and expense management to US-based Southwest Airlines.
The head of Australia’s competition regulatory authority, Rod Sims, says disruption and dislocation in media markets - and a regulatory imbalance between traditional media and digital platforms - should concern all Australians.
Foxtel and BBC Studios have reached an agreement on a long-term extension of their partnership securing premium British drama, entertainment, documentaries, natural history, children’s programming and news for Foxtel’s broadcast and on demand platforms.
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