Malaysian Government gives Microsoft blessings on its first datacentre in the country

Microsoft will help form the MyDigital Alliance Leadership Council to collaborate on cloud-first and digital-native policy recommendations. As part of the Malaysian Government’s My Digital goals, it has welcomed Microsoft’s agreement to establish its first datacenter region in the country to deliver trusted cloud services locally, with data security, privacy,…

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energySEA revamps digital ecosystem

Supporting Australia’s race to renewables. Australian company energySEA the infrastructure sector with energy transmission and distribution engineered solutions to enable renewable energy projects to connect and stabilise the electricity grid.  Their clients are energy companies, owners, and EPC’s driving Australia transition to a renewable economy. It’s a complex business and…

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Mixed reality for New Zealand energy supplier

Aiming to reimagine energy during a full country lockdown Genesis Energy operates 1800megawatts (MW) of hydro, thermal, and wind-based power stations across New Zealand’s North and South Islands, providing electricity to around 500,000 customers. Maintaining these complex, geographically diverse infrastructure assets typically requires specialised engineers to fly between sites to…

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State sponsored attacker operating from China

Hafnium was discovered by the Microsoft Threat Intelligence Centre. In a blog by Tom Burt corporate vice president customer security and trust at Microsoft stated a state-sponsored threat actor identified by the Microsoft Threat Intelligence Centre (MSTIC) that itsare calling Hafnium. Hafnium operates from China, and this is the first…

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Modernising healthcare provider in Queensland

Australian healthcare provider transforms the its organisation. Queensland-based not-for-profit organisation, Mater has gone on a sweeping modernisation program that is transforming the way the organisation provides care to almost 600,000 patients annually across its healthcare network. With a network of hospitals across Queensland and a Mater atHome service that provides…

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Indonesian Ministry of Agriculture strengthens data-driven agriculture ecosystem

From building a collaborative platform, capturing agriculture datasets to building machine learning models. The Ministry of Agriculture for the Republic of Indonesia recently signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Microsoft to empower smallholder farmers with technology-oriented solutions that will help them increase income using ground-breaking, cloud-based technologies, machine learning…

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Bank of New Zealand plans large technical migration

Part of its parent company’s five-year strategic partnership to develop a multi-cloud ecosystem underpinned by Azure. Bank of New Zealand has signed up as the latest customer to Microsoft’s flagship New Zealand-based data centre. The agreement will see a large number of BNZ applications migrated to Microsoft’s Azure cloud, assisting…

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Transport NSW moves away from legacy and into the Cloud

Supporting 15,000 people as they transitioned to working from home during the pandemic. A major digital transformation being undertaken by Transport for NSW, the New South Wales state government agency for transport, has seen it move away from legacy and into the cloud – using Office 365, Teams, Telstra Calling…

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