Autodesk news stories
Autodesk buys Auckland-based media production firm Moxion
“Bringing together industry leading on-set and post-production workflows will help unite data and increase collaboration across the production process," says Moxion CEO.
Australia and New Zealand lagging behind the UK with infrastructure - potential BIM mandates
Autodesk and Infrastructure NSW have started the discussion around a potential BIM mandate by the Australian and New Zealand governments.
A/NZ construction industry recognises opportunity for innovation following COVID-19
Australia and New Zealand (A/NZ) construction companies are leading the regional COVID-19 recovery, with 30% prepared for the new normal.
Video: 10 Minute IT Jams - Who is Autodesk?
In this video, Techday speaks to Autodesk regional director for A/NZ Andy Cunningham, who discusses the company's digital event, Autodesk University, as well as the company's vision, its focus on sustainable projects, and its presence in the A/NZ region.
Autodesk, Splunk, PTC amongst top IT firms ripe for M&A
GlobalData predicts that well-positioned companies like Splunk, Autodesk and PTC are likely to be top of the wishlist – here’s why.
Tech Data appointed as Autodesk’s ASEAN distributor
“Our relationship with Autodesk in ASEAN reinforces our commitment to providing channel partners and their customers with an end-to-end portfolio."
Dropbox announces new API suite, JIRA and Autodesk integrations
New collaboration and workflow APIs expand developer capabilities; new connections with Atlassian, Autodesk and Microsoft headline expanded portfolio.
AWS launches 'Macie', its newest machine learning security service
Amazon Web Services (AWS) has welcomed the newest addition to its portfolio, a machine learning security service called Amazon Macie.
Dicker Data in ANZ first with launch of Autodesk subscription offerings
Dicker Data resellers can now target new customers who can't afford the full upfront cost of Autodesk software with the launch of a subscription deal.
Autodesk helps Kiwi students prepare for workforce
"With free access to Autodesk software, schools can expose students to the technological advancements that are revolutionising the professional world — from cloud and mobile technologies to 3D printing."