Preparing for emergencies with AtHoc, Blackberry

BlackBerry AtHoc Public Safety edition has been given the thumbs up by tertiary education providers like Macquarie University. As part of its critical event management programs, BlackBerry AtHoc Public Safety edition enables public leaders to disseminate critical information to everyone in an affected area to keep their communities informed and safe.…

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Tracking health metrics for a better quality of life

Alliance of healthcare and insurance company. Healthcare services Huami and Prudential Corporation Asia  announced an extension of their partnership to provide Pulse by Prudential (Pulse) users access to Huami’s Amazfit range of wearable technology. Huami and Prudential will explore the integration of digital capabilities, including features from Pulse in Huami’s smartwatches…

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StarHub secures first sustainability-linked loan

Loan is linked to the achievement of sustainability performance targets. Singapore telecommunications company, StarHub — through its subsidiary Malaren International — has entered a RM270 million sustainability-linked term loan facility agreement with CIMB Bank Berhad. This marks the Group’s first loan in which the interest is linked to the achievement…

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Hardest-hit sectors turning to gamers to help with online sales

Hyper-personalised experience online between the business and their potential customers. Aussie tech start-up Convincely has enabled businesses in some of the hardest-hit sectors, to convert browsing to sales using a software platform, created with the help of gamers, to optimise business websites and increase sales growth. Convincely CEO Pratik Doshi said…

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Nutanix offers Karbon Platform Services

Provides software developers with a turnkey managed services experience. Enterprise cloud computing, Nutanix has released Karbon Platform Services, a Kubernetes-based multicloud Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS) with automated system-managed security, to accelerate the development and deployment of microservices-based apps across any Cloud. This offering provides software developers with a turnkey managed services experience,…

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Fujitsu and Tokyo Shinagawa Hospital to develop AI for COVID-19 support diagnosis

Proposed technology supports doctors performing diagnostic imaging on patients suspected of having COVID-19. Fujitsu and Tokyo Shinagawa Hospital today announced the launch of a joint R&D project for AI technology to support diagnostic imaging via chest CT (Computed Tomography), which represents a promising candidate for the effective diagnosis of COVID-19…

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Universiti Tunku Abdul Rahman transforms Cloud education

Malaysian university empowers digital talents and tech professionals through Alibaba Cloud. Malaysian tertiary educator, Universiti Tunku Abdul Rahman (UTAR), has signed an MoU yesterday to transform the cloud computing education offerings for students and staff, with Alibaba Cloud. UTAR is not-for-profit private university established in 2002 by the UTAR Education…

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COVID-19 has no impact on A/NZ’s managed security services spending

Managed security services are predicted to have the strongest growth across security-related services in Australia and New Zealand. Although COVID-19 has thrown major disruptions into the security landscape, IDC forecasts steady growth in A/NZ security services, with managed security services, threat detection and response services, and data security and privacy…

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