Non-profit anti-trafficking organisation, the Global Emancipation Network, or GEN, has launched a new Splunk-powered technology platform aimed at fighting the evils of human slavery through data analytics.
Google Australia has opened applications for its third annual Impact Challenge, supporting non-profit innovators using technology to tackle the world's biggest social challenges.
At its seventh annual Splunk .conf in Orlando this week, Splunk pledged US$100 million over 10 years for non-profits and educational institutions and the global expansion of its academic alliance. iTWire asked how this came about.
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