Toyota builds virtual desktops for its workforce with Nutanix

Has introduced a work-from-home program for about 13,000 employees. Japanese car brand, Toyota Motor Corp has adopted the Nutanix cloud platform to build a virtual desktop infrastructure (VDI) environment that can run 3D CAD software, delivering a new way of working for its Engineering Design Group. The car manufacturer with…

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Nikkei renews core system for publication

Nikkei renews core system for publication. Stable operation and efficient operation management by building an IT infrastructure infrastructure with high expandability and availability One of the largest financial publications, Nikkei has renewed its use of NEO, a hyper-converged infrastructure (HCI) by Nutanix. The system is flexible and scalable and includes a…

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Barriers hindering enterprise IT systems and content management.

Nikkei renews core system for publication. There’s an important need for a a clear path toward modernisation that prioritises content governance and hybrid infrastructure that supports digital acceleration. In recently released survey from ASG Technologies, few enterprises have completely modernised their technology infrastructure. Although many have taken on digital transformation…

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China State Construction Engineering deploys DaaS solution

Enabling staff to work remotely. China State Construction Engineering (Hong Kong) Limited (CSHK) has deployed Nutanix Frame, a Desktop-as-a-Service (DaaS) solution, across its operations in a move to enable staff to learn and access the Building Information Modelling (BIM) application from anywhere to make sure construction projects can be executed…

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Indonesia’s BJB Syariah transforms IT infrastructure

Islamic bank turns to the Cloud for agility and speed. Indonesia-based Islamic bank PT Bank Jabar Banten Syariah (Bank BJB Syariah) has adopted Nutanix’s cloud platform to transform its IT infrastructure to a fully cloud-based approach, enabling the bank to gain speed and agility to keep pace with rapid market changes.…

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Singapore enterprises embrace hybrid cloud

Many plans to ditch traditional datacentres for fully integrated hybrid cloud IT environments in the next five years. A recently released study has revealed that 69 per cent of Singapore enterprises expect to run an integrated hybrid cloud technology environment in the next five years, dropping traditional datacentres altogether. According to…

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Mekim integrates storage, networking, and computing services

Meeting customer and business demands with operational efficiencies at HK healthcare products distributor. Hong Kong-based healthcare distributor, Mekim has taken another step in its digital transformation journey, with a newly implemented customer support service. Mekim chose a Nutanix-Lenovo solution to enhance business resilience, simplify IT management and reduce service disruption,…

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GD Express sets sights on Cloud to deliver ecommerce

Australian footwear manufacturer, Blundstone Australia is looking for a group CIO to start immediately with the company. Malaysia’s GD Express (GDEX) has adopted Nutanix Hybrid Cloud to keep pace with the fast-changing demands in e-commerce, which is set to catalyse Malaysia’s post-pandemic recovery. Since implementation, Nutanix’ platform has enabled GDEX…

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ASEAN companies struggle with hybrid Cloud adoption

Businesses believe digital transformation taking longer than expected. ASEAN companies see hybrid Cloud as an ideal IT model but they’re struggling to adopt the technology, according to the latest report from created by independent market research firm Vanson Bourne, commissioned by enterprise Cloud service provider, Nutanix. Nearly all respondents (95…

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