Stories by Hafizah Osman

  • UXC and CSC enter into scheme implementation deed

    UXC Limited (ASX:UXC) has entered into a scheme implementation deed with Computer Sciences Corporation (CSC), under which it proposes that a wholly owned subsidiary of CSC will acquire 100 per cent of the issued capital of UXC.

  • IN PICTURES: Veritas end of year party in Sydney (+37 photos)

    Veritas recently held a end of year party for its channel partners and customers at the Cruise Bar Rooftop. Attendees were served drinks and canapes while enjoying the beautiful views of Circular Quay. The company also took the opportunity to reiterate its core technology pillars - backup and disaster recovery, information governance, and information availability. Here are some pictures from the evening.

  • Perfecto Mobile raises $49m for global expansion

    Israeli-founded mobility company, Perfecto Mobile, has raised $49 million in a new Series E round for international expansion and has selected Australia as one of its first markets for the next phase of expansion.

  • IN PICTURES: HP Australia customer and partner launch event (+14 photos)

    ​HP Inc. recently got the party started for the launch of its new company in Melbourne and Sydney. HP Australia’s leadership team including its managing director, Rob Mesaros; director of printing systems, Ben Vivoda; and Director of personal systems​, Paul Gracey; hosted more than 260 customers and partners to the Melbourne Experience Centre and Sydney Tower Eye to celebrate the brand new chapter in HP’s history. "With the creation of this new company, we’re truly excited to build on our momentum – moving forward with the heart of a start-up, the muscle of a Fortune 100 corporation, and the unique legacy Bill and Dave created 76 years ago," Mesaros said. Here are some pictures from the event.

  • QNAP intensifies channel play with partners (+24 photos)

    There’s exponential growth within the storage space, with the proliferation of technologies like mobile devices and the Internet of Things. As such, the network attached storage (NAS) and professional network video recorder (NVR) spaces are of opportunity, according to QNAP global team product manager, Alan Lin.

  • Industry increases STEM engagement

    The tech industry is increasing its participation in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) engagement. Cisco, through its collaboration with CSIRO, will enable Australian children to get a firsthand look into the life of a technology expert.