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City of Melbourne announces financial package for SMEs to migrate online
The grants would allow for businesses to quickly adapt to the new normal of remote working - offering products online, providing services virtually and offering take-away and delivery of goods.
Coronavirus: City of Melbourne outlines $10m support package
"We're doing everything we can to help businesses stay open and keep Melburnians in jobs."
Oracle opens new Melbourne Cloud region
This is the second Australian-based Cloud region after the launch in Sydney in August last year.
An esports gamer's dream: Fortress Melbourne to open in 2020
As well as plenty of gaming space, Fortress Melbourne will include a restaurant, two bars and an arena.
Northern Melbourne council launches cloud-based solution Nintex
The cloud-based solution will be used to improve customer experience, and to capture and manage processes, according to a statement.
IBM keeping the AU$11 billion metro tunnel on track
“As other major infrastructure programs come online around Australia, this continuous engineering approach is becoming the de facto standard.”
Complexica opens Melbourne office alongside new sales manager
"The opening of Complexica's Melbourne office represents a commitment to our customers in Victoria."
YOU’RE INVITED: the 2018 Cities 4.0 summit
Learn what it takes to become an innovation leader at Australia's premier smart cities event.
Venn IT kicks off 2018 with new Melbourne branch
Heading up the new Melbourne branch is Ashley Diffey who joins Venn IT Solutions with more than 15 years of experience.
DXC to launch first Aussie digital transformation centres
DXC says the centres will deliver digital solutions by drawing on their global experience in digital transformations.
Kiwi company spearheads legalisation of self-driving vehicles in Australia and New Zealand
A Kiwi company is establishing itself at the front of the pack in the race to help legalise self-driving vehicles...
China’s DHgate launches Digital Trade Centre in Melbourne
DHgate says the launch of the DTC will streamline the process of bringing the world’s top brands to Australia.
Interconnected systems work towards vision of a smart Melbourne airport
Operators, planners, managers and external providers will be supplied with real-time information to support collaborative decision-making.