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Lenovo launches ThinkStation P8, powered by AMD & NVIDIA
Lenovo reveals new ThinkStation P8, powered by AMD Ryzen Threadripper and NVIDIA RTX, targeting professionals' workloads.
OpenUK report examines state of open source skills in the UK
OpenUK's 'Skills or Bust' report highlights potential for economic growth through open source skills in the UK.
Vultr & Rescale join forces to accelerate global AI & engineering innovation
Vultr and Rescale enter alliance to boost worldwide AI and engineering innovation, offering scalable cloud computing services globally.
SwiftConnect secures $10 million funding for continued expansion
SwiftConnect, a leading provider of connected access enablement, has raised $10m in funding to fuel expansion efforts.
HCLTech appoints Sonia Eland as first female Country Manager for Australia & New Zealand
HCLTech names Sonia Eland as its first female Country Manager for ANZ.
Elsevier launches 'Datasets' to assist research with predictive AI models
In a bid to streamline researchers' access to quality data, Elsevier unveils 'Datasets', a product utilising AI and predictive analytics.
Dootrix surges in cloud services market with 74% revenue increase
UK tech start-up, Dootrix, experiences a dramatic 74% spike in revenue as it dominates the cloud services market.
BrainStorm Software boasts 70% female representation in Australian office
In a show of progressive gender diversity, BrainStorm Software reveals 70% of its Australian workforce is female.
Tax Traders awards Cultivate Technology Scholarship to two promising students
Tax Traders awards Cultivate Technology Scholarship to budding video game developer and cybersecurity enthusiast.
Australian businesses increasingly incorporating AI into marketing strategies
Almost all Australian businesses now use artificial intelligence (AI) in their marketing strategies, according to a Twilio Segment study.
Sharp rise in cybercrime across EMEA in first half of 2023
EMEA region hit hardest as global DDoS attacks rise by 31%. France, Germany, Italy, Kenya, and Saudi Arabia among most targeted nations.
Paul Martini of iboss crowned CyberSecurity CEO of the Year
iboss CEO Paul Martini garners 'CyberSecurity CEO of the Year' title in recognition of his work in cybersecurity.
DevOps Consultancy DNX Solutions appoints New CTO to Facilitate Citadel Spin-Off
DNX Solutions appoints new CTO, Kelly Griffin, to lead expansion in the enterprise market and explore new technology partnerships. Citade spin-off.
Groundbreaking AI tutor alleviates exam stress for Australian students
Zookal introduces AI tutor 'Exam Prep Zookal Genius' to help students excel in exams, offering personalised learning at an affordable price.
Chaos enhances Enscape for Mac to boost 3D visuals in architecture
Chaos bolsters Enscape for Mac, enhancing real-time 3D visualisation tools for architects with links to Archicad and Vectorworks software.
Tata Communications seals acquisition of global CPaaS player Kaleyra
Tata Communications acquires global CPaaS player Kaleyra, bolstering cutting-edge customer interaction capabilities.
Roke secures £40m contract for the British Army's ISTAR programme
UK innovator Roke secures £40m contract with British Army for creating an integrated ISTAR system to enhance data-led decision making.
Unanet’s AR automation tech to help firms get paid faster
The enhancements are included in the latest iteration of Unanet’s powerful AR Automation platform, which automates the end-to-end accounts receivable process.
Tachmed appoints Three Senior Team Members for Product Launch in 2024
Health tech firm Tachmed prepares for product launch with new appointments. Smart device captures disease biomarkers for immediate results.
Secureworks appoints Simon Ractliffe as Regional Managing Director for Australia, New Zealand, & ASEAN
Cybersecurity leader Secureworks appoints Regional Managing Director to drive growth and combat cyber threats in Australia, New Zealand, and ASEAN.
Call for action on UK digital skills gap for women
UK leaders call for action to alleviate the digital skills gap, especially for women, amid rising tech sector demand.
NZ tech firms RUSH and Downer to develop road safety AI
New Zealand technology company RUSH and Downer Transport & Infrastructure have secured funding to develop AI technology to increase road safety.
43% of DX Pros lack insight on customer preferences
Almost half of digital experience professionals lack insight into customer preferences on their apps and websites.
Business leaders advocate for Men's mental health reforms at work
Business leaders and psychologists in Australia discuss the urgent need to improve men's mental health and challenge workplace stigmas.