US software giant Microsoft has teamed up with National Australia Bank to build an ATM that uses facial recognition and a PIN instead of the traditional card to permit customers to obtain services.
The National Australia Bank has launched a training programme for more than 2000 employees to learn skills in cloud computing.
Close on the heels of announcing that it would be cutting 6000 jobs over the next three years, the National Australia Bank has said that it will be hiring 600 technology specialists, beginning immediately.
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