The UK Parliament’s Science and Technology Committee has found “no evidence” that excluding Huawei from the countries telecommunications networks would “constitute a proportionate response” to the potential security threat of using foreign suppliers.
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The government has signed a three-year agreement with Microsoft to “streamline cloud access” for 98 federal agencies.
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Jaguar Land Rover is trailing an in-car system that changes temperature, music and lighting in response to a driver’s mood.
Digital risk protection managed service provider Digital Shadows has today announced it has secured $10M in a funding round led by National Australia Bank (NAB).
Data Republic, the company behind a governance platform for data sharing within and between organisations, is seeking a new chief technology officer.
Around 24,000 Bunnings employees – about 60 per cent of the total workforce – are currently using the platform after it was launched internally about a year ago.
Despite the availability of real-time payments between banks and a proliferation of bill splitting apps, when it comes to divvying up the money for a group meal or round of drinks, Aussies still prefer to use cash, a Bankwest survey suggests.
One of Australia’s largest life insurers OnePath is continuing to invest in its inhouse AI underwriting engine, making more than 70 enhancements since its official launch in November.
A digital assistant platform developed by Deakin University to support its students has secured its first commercial role at Allianz Australia.
Nearmap is making three dimensional imagery of towns across Australia and the US available to explore in its web application, MapBrowser.
Sydney Water has named the program director of its customer experience platform roll out Sridhar Pydipati as acting CIO.
“The results of this survey show that while the retail industry is often considered to be at the forefront of consumer experience innovation, there’s still a long way to go to meet shopper expectations,” the report concluded.
App and website design workflow platform InVision has announced plans to ‘expand rapidly’ in Australia, and appointed its first Asia-Pacific managing director.
Australia’s state and territory education ministers have agreed to delay the national online rollout of NAPLAN until 2021 after thousands of public school students were left unable to access or complete online tests earlier this year due to the connectivity problems.