The Bangalore-based startup says it has built the first analytics app store, theanalyticstree, that has predefined domain and content rich analytic apps to provide customized analytics to SMBs and enterprises.
Communications Minister Malcolm Turnbull has appointed Labor critic Henry Ergas to the independent expert panel to conduct a cost-benefit analysis into broadband and NBN regulation.
Microsoft has brought together 25 cloud providers to host its services to customers around the world.
Microsoft may be holding its near-annual Build developer conference in San Francisco again next year, just in time for the debut of Windows Phone 8.1 and the expected next update to Windows 8.1.
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The retailer also has the 32GB version on sale for $229.99.
A shift to infrastructure as a service (IaaS) among other changes sees project costs increase as signs of slippage emerge in release schedule.
Australia's competition regulator is set to extend its control of voice termination rates, and wants to broaden its powers to regulate termination rates for SMS.
It's not too late for Malcolm Turnbull to do the right thing – and not just the cheapest thing – for Australia. First, he'll have to accept the Strategic Review's damning indictment of Coalition NBN policy – and its suggestion that it will cost just $800m more per year to build a network that will last 100 years, not five.
Coinbase's Series B comes shortly after Aussie startup Coinjar gets its own AU$500,000.
Analytics platforms and new healthcare-specific solutions together are offering far greater insight and intelligence into how healthcare providers are managing patient care, cost, and outcomes.
Figures released by the Attorney-General's Department reveal a rise in the number of authorisations given to government agencies to access telecommunications metadata for criminal investigations from 290,358 to 319,874 in the last financial year.
After two long years of consultation, the competition watchdog has finally accepted NBN Co's special access undertaking.
The company initially released protection against improper certificates issued by the French government certificate authority without support for XP and Server 2003, but have now come through.
While Steve Ballmer has been one of the most maligned CEOs of the past decade and made some critical errors, he also made two key moves that will shape Microsoft's next decade.
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