Australian telecommunications company Vocus Group has announced a major step forward in its Future State program with the appointment of Arista Networks, Ciena's Blue Planet and DGIT Systems as partners to deliver the program.

Australian miner Newcrest Mining has deployed Microsoft cloud, AI and IoT technologies at its underground, block cave gold mine in New South Wales to monitor and manage crushed ore bin levels.

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Kmart Group to train employees on AWS

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Amazon Web Services is working with Kmart Group, one of Australia’s largest retailers, Kmart Group to implement a major Cloud Guild training and enablement program to provide AWS certification to 100 percent of its IT workforce.

Data science is a complex, dynamic field of work with many industries to specialise in, from statistics to machine learning. In today’s article, we will be exploring one of these popular specialisations in data science: machine learning.

Global cloud services and software solutions provider Bentley Systems and positioning technology company Topcon Positioning Systems have together launched a new, jointly owned company – Digital Construction Works.

Australian-listed wagering technology provider BetMakers Technology Group has launched a customised racing channel with wagering operator Pointsbet, confirming the new channel is now live on the GVC Australia-owned Neds website.

SPONSORED NEWS. Roots Sustainable Agricultural Technologies Limited (ASX: ROO) is generating interest in its protein planting program for the meat replacement market and is currently in discussions with a European consultancy group and a bio-based company to apply for a Euro bi-national grant between Israel and Holland. The application will involve three companies, two of which must be European based.

Brisbane-based telecommunications and technology company 2SG is now offering what it says is a “hassle-free NBN alternative” for retail service providers with a new plug-and-play solution to access the Optus Home Wireless Broadband.

Spending on technology products and services in Australia is forecast to total $93.7 billion this year - up 3 percent from 2018 - and to grow 4.6 percent to reach almost $98 billion in 2020, in contrast to a global slowdown in IT spending forecast by Gartner.

There is a continuing decline in household landline telephones, according to a new report from the telecommunications regulator ACMA revealing that for the first time more than half of Australian adults rely solely on their mobile for making and receiving voice calls at home.

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