Amazon Web Services Sydney Summit set to unveil the latest global technology trends

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By Loren Webb

Amazon Web Services Inc. (AWS), an company, today begins its annual Sydney Summit, showcasing the latest technology trends alongside some of the world’s biggest and most innovative companies and public institutions.

More than 15,000 attendees are expected to visit Sydney’s International Convention Centre over the next three days, making it one of Australia’s largest technology conferences.

“To remain competitive, every company in the world has to keep transforming its customer experience, and the way they does business,” said Paul Migliorini, Managing Director for AWS in Australia and New Zealand.

“Cloud technology has paved the way for accelerated innovation, helping businesses remain relevant and competitive by lowering costs, and providing the solutions to create and bring services to market quickly.

“It’s clear that the rapid evolution of AI, ML, and cloud computing technologies is changing the way we live, work, and play.”

Dynamic Business will be attending the AWS Sydney Summit to talk to some of the leaders in this innovative space over the next few days. The scheduled interviews are with both AWS representatives to talk about start-up tech and investment as well as other leadings companies such as Canva and Formula 1 that are now using AWS to better their customer experiences through tech.

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