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SAS posts results of $US 3.24b, continuing relentless growth and R&D Analytics and business intelligence vendor SAS has announced its latest results, recording a 41st consecutive year of growth – every year since the company was…
Fujitsu extends biometrics-as-a-service platform to Australia Japanese ICT firm Fujitsu has extended the availability of its global biometrics-as-a-service platform to Australia. The service is provided in collaboration with ImageWare Systems, a…
Telstra to deliver personalised customer experience with Splunk Big data aggregator Splunk has announced that Australia’s largest telco, Telstra, is embracing its platform to gain deeper business insights leading to enhanced customer experiences.
CommBank launches chatbot to assist customers The Commonwealth Bank has launched a chatbot named Ceba to help customers with more than 200 banking tasks. At the moment, it is available to…
Bid to block cryptocurrency regulation in South Korea The South Korean Government's attempts to regulate the use of cryptocurrencies has led to mounting support for a petition seeking to stop the efforts at…
ACMA issues new rules for intelligent transport systems The Australian Communications and Media Authority has introduced new rules for road traffic authorities to put intelligent transport systems in place.
Avanade predicts the three revolutionary technology trends for 2018 Global professional services company Avanade Technology has released its predictions for what it says would be big news in tech in 2018, ready to revolutionise…
Hoyts to 'unlock power of the IoT' with Optus help Hoyts has entered into a 5 year managed services agreement with Optus, delivering 'essential ICT solutions enabling' to 'unlock the power of the IoT' and…
Microsoft releases free preview of Quantum Development Kit Learning how to program a quantum computer has been pushed a step forward with Microsoft's release of a free preview of its Quantum Development Kit.
Key business workloads go 'Pay-Per-Use IT' with HPE HPE has launched "a new suite of solutions targeting customer workloads" designed, delivered and operated by HPE Pointnext with "a simple, pay-per-use model".

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