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Micro Focus releases Vertica 9 for Australia

UK-based enterprise software company Micro Focus has released its analytics platform Vertica 9 which includes extended in-database machine learning capabilities.

GSI, IBM & Microsoft collaborate on blockchain standards

GS1, the global business communications standards organisation, has announced a collaboration with IBM and Microsoft to leverage GS1 standards in their enterprise blockchain applications for supply chain clients.

BigCommerce, Shippit partner on shipping services  expansion

Cloud ecommerce platform BigCommerce is partnering with order fulfilment and delivery services provider Shippit in a deal which the two companies say makes it easier for Australian merchants selling on BigCommerce to streamline all components of the shipping process, removing the need to arrange accounts and negotiate contracts.

Bill Morrow and NBN team meet with Regional, Rural and Remote Communications Coalition (RRRCC)

Ways of improving broadband access in rural, regional and remote Australia were under the spotlight at a meeting on Tuesday between the regional telecommunications lobby group the Regional, Rural and Remote Communications Coalition (RRRCC) and the National Broadband Network executive team.

Kaspersky says Harvey Norman ban its own business

Security vendor Kaspersky Lab has reacted to reports that Australian retailer Harvey Norman will no longer be selling its products by saying it respects the decision of any business to sell and market products as it sees fit.

Dropbox not slack about Slack integration

Dropbox Paper for Slack has arrived, letting you “connect the space you and your team create and share work in, with the space where you all communicate.”

Google makes offer on shopping sites in bid to avoid EU fine

Facing an EU deadline of 28 September to come up with a solution to the charge of using its search engine dominance to favour itself in its comparison shopping service, Google has made an offer to display rival shopping sites through a bidding process.

New airline check-in service pops up with OACIS  & Amadeus

Australian tech business OACIS, which claims to be the “world’s only” mobile, pop-up check-in solutions company, has partnered with travel technology provider Amadeus to launch a new "off-airport" pop-up airline check-in service.

Panasonic’s Windows-powered handheld Toughpad with barcode reader arrives

Running Windows 10 IoT Mobile Enterprise, Panasonic’s newest fully rugged handheld, the Toughpad FZ-F1, has arrived in Australia, following the launch of its Android counterpart earlier this year.

Undocumented Word feature allows collection of software info

An undocumented feature in Microsoft Word allows malicious attackers to collect information about the operating system and versions of software on the computer of a prospective victim, researchers at Kaspersky Lab claim.

Sendle CEO and co-founder James Chin Moody

Australian courier and door-to-door online delivery service Sendle is partnering with global logistics giant DHL eCommerce to offer international parcel delivery services for small businesses in Australia.

EFF quits W3C over decision to accept EME as Web standard

The Electronic Frontier Foundation has resigned from the World Wide Web Consortium after the latter announced it was accepting the published Encrypted Media Extensions as a Web standard.

NBN Co tells business to migrate ‘special services’ to avoid disruption

Businesses have been urged to prepare to migrate their special services, which simultaneously use voice, video and data services, to the NBN access network ahead of the first disconnections.

Optus says fibre cable cut repaired after 12 hours

An Optus transmission cable that was cut in Melbourne on Monday was restored last night, the company said today.

HP denies firmware update blocking third-party printer cartridges

HP has denied that it has issued new firmware updates designed to prevent the use of third-party cartridges on its Officejet printers.

Heart attack rehabilitation tech to be commercialised

Technology known as Cardihab — a method to help improve recovery after a heart attack — developed by the Australian eHealth Research Centre, has been spun off from Australia's national science and technology accelerator programme, known as ON.

Top Australian telcos mostly mum on security reforms

Australia's main telecommunications providers appear to be mostly wary of commenting on the security reforms for the industry which were passed by parliament last week.

Qualcomm CEO: 5G phones on shelves in 2019, not 2020

In an interview in Frankfurt, Qualcomm chief executive Steve Mollenkopf said real 5G devices could be expected on retail shelves in 2019, at least a year ahead of schedule.

Microsoft Store Sydney holding special Xbox One X event, 24 September

Xbox fans in Sydney are in for a treat, with Microsoft to hold a one-day event showcasing the Xbox One X, Forza Motorsport 7 and Super Lucky’s Tale on 24 September from 12pm to 6pm AEST at its flagship Australian store.

VIDEO: Ashes Cricket video game with 'awesome' graphics arriving November 2017

Ashes Cricket will feature “full player licence, photo-real player scans, 1:1 stadium recreations, so you can play along with every ball to win the greatest trophy in cricket".

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