Telstra has appointed Geraldine Kor as managing director of South Asia, recruiting the executive from DXC Technology to drive regional growth ambitions.
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Cisco has appointed Dave West as new president of Asia Pacific, Japan and Greater China, replacing Miyuki Suzuki who is retiring.
IBM has appointed Martin Schroeter as CEO of NewCo, the multibillion-dollar managed services business set to be spun-off by the end of 2021.
Atos has made a bid to acquire DXC in a reported $10 billion deal, a move which has been labelled as “unsolicited” from the industry rival.
Rick Harshman has vacated his role as vice president of Asia Pacific at Google Cloud, exiting the technology giant after almost five years.
NTT has appointed Abhijit Dubey as new global CEO, replacing the retiring Jason Goodall effective 1 April 2021.
Cyber criminals have switched focus to Microsoft as the go-to brand for phishing attacks during Covid-19, capitalising on a spike in remote working.
Blazeclan Technologies is powering ahead with plans to up-skill employees on all-things AWS, achieving 100 certifications within the space of 10 months.
The EDGE 2020 platform will remain open for an extended period in response to increased market appetite for on-demand content and strategic one-to-one networking following completion of the invite-only virtual experience.
Investors are lining up to acquire channel businesses built on recurring revenue with SaaS valuations accelerating at pace across Australia and New Zealand.
AvePoint has unveiled plans to go public via a merger with Apex in a deal which values the Singapore-born Microsoft specialist at approximately $2 billion.
Robin Speculand - a world-renowned expert in strategy and implementation - outlines how partners can achieve executional excellence in 2021 and beyond.
“People always ask, what is success?” outlined Jamil Qureshi, one of the world’s most foremost practitioners of performance enhancing psychology, when addressing over 500 technology executives during the opening keynote of EDGE 2020.
Demand for partner expertise is expected to heighten in the months ahead as businesses build out digital transformation blueprints across Australia and New Zealand, underpinned by increased investment in cloud, security, edge computing, artificial intelligence and machine learning, data management and 5G.
More than 450 executives are expected to tune in for the live running of EDGE 2020, starting tomorrow as an invite-only virtual experience for business technology leaders across Australia and New Zealand.