Friday, July 1, 2022

F5 expands protection services for Australia and New Zealand clients

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After findings revealed Australia and New Zealand to have been the target of more than 50 million distributed denial-of-service (DDoS) attacks between July and September 2021 alone, F5 has expanded its local DDoS protection services with the launch of two scrubbing centres to provide customers with real-time local protection, support, and expertise.

Andersen Global adds depth to African platform with LIMA Partners

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Andersen Global advances its African coverage through a Collaboration Agreement with Ghana-based tax firm LIMA Partners. Located in Accra, LIMA Partners, founded in 2014, offers services to local and international clients. Co-Founder and Managing Partner Kwame Amporful leads the team of experienced professionals specializing in tax advisory and compliance, accounting and consulting, secretary and regulatory compliance services.

Hub Australia furthers its Melbourne City offering with landlord partnership

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Australia’s leading premium flexible workspace provider Hub Australia expands its Melbourne offering with the announcement of a new purpose built, hospitality focused Balaclava workspace, in partnership with property developer, owner and manager, Ninety-Four Feet. 

Envirosuite accelerates international growth of its latest product EVS Water

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Environmental intelligence technology organisation Envirosuite Limited (ASX:EVS) (Envirosuite) is pleased to update the market on the accelerating growth of EVS Water. The newest member of Envirosuite’s product lines, EVS Water, a product that launched in 2021 and is already nearing its initial commercial objective of achieving $1 million in total sales.

Jamaica plots more sustainable and innovative investments in 2022

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As Jamaica pursues its Vision 2030 development plan which will transform the island’s economy, the country’s gov't continues to seek innovative investments that can accelerate economic growth. These investment projects will not only provide economic rewards, but will also be sustainable, create new avenues for development in communities, towns, and cities, and will lead to significant improvement in Jamaica’s overall business environment.

Record revenue yields after the return of events prompt AV1 expansion

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To meet the demand for events in Australia, AV1 is expanding. After a record revenue in May (the highest in 17 years), AV1 is exploring larger premises, welcoming four new staff members, a new hotel partner, and has renewed the vision for its content department. Kai Raisbeck, will lead AV1’s creative content department as Content Producer. Federico Pancotto, an experienced Technical Director will bolster the technical output of the dynamic team, while two additions to the Operations Department will strengthen the support team.

Satellogic announces plans to enhance operations in Australia

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Satellogic Inc., a sub-meter resolution Earth Observation (EO) data collection firm, announced that it is enhancing its operations in Australia to strengthen its regional customer relationships and provide local support for a growing APAC space economy. The regional presence will be overseen by Ken Fritschel, Vice President, International Sales, Satellogic.

monday.com moves into new London office as EMEA presence grows

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monday.com, a work operating system (Work OS) where organisations of any size can create the tools and processes they need to manage every aspect of their work, has opened a new, larger office in London as it continues to expand in the United Kingdom and globally.

Grovara partners with Dubai Global Connect, establishes Middle East HQ

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Grovara, the wholesale experience, announces it has signed a lease agreement and become incorporated to do business in Dubai as part of a partnership with Dubai Global Connect (DGC), a wholesale market that facilitates business between international buyers and sellers.

Azul announces rapid expansion in China, doubling clients and workers

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Azul announced that it has rapidly expanded throughout China, doubling its customers, partners and employees in the country. Chinese companies are increasingly selecting Azul to improve the performance of their banking, securities trading, mobile and ecommerce applications, as well as to reduce infrastructure and cloud costs and improve profitability.