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Asia Pacific news stories - Page 2

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Kiwi CRM provider takes home placing in Deloitte's 2016 APAC Fast 500
"The Asia Pacific Technology Fast 500 rankings always instil confidence in the TMT sector in Asia Pacific."
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Digital Transformation
Businesses in APAC are ahead of the global digital transformation game
“And it’s more about people and culture - about change management - along with investing in the technology.”
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APAC the driving force behind Megaport's FY16 revenue
"We are extremely pleased with the results of our Australian and New Zealand business units, where we have the longest operational history."
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ThreatMetrix makes a strategic move on Asia Pacific
“In APAC, we’re committed to helping businesses improve their competitive positioning by elevating the customer experience of the digital consumer.
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Kiwi smart city projects recognised on a global stage
"The IDC Smart City APAC Awards are about acknowledging initiatives and it’s wonderful to see that New Zealand projects have been shortlisted."
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Partner Programme
CyberArk expands APAC team, invests in local partners
“Our channel business partners are the cornerstone of our success in this region and we are committed to building and nurturing our partnerships."
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Hybrid Cloud
Cloud data protection fuels explosive growth
Acronis recently reported significant momentum in its global cloud data protection business as it expands throughout APAC.
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Techday remains committed to local operations
Without Techday, IT and tech journalism would almost be dead in New Zealand.
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Synchrony Global and WalkMe expand APAC partnership
Synchrony Global and WalkMe have partnered up with the aim of improving employee engagement by simplifying enterprise applications.
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Techday's regional vision for 2016
There were monumental changes at Techday in 2015 and there are no signs of the growth slowing in 2016.