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The self-described 'productivity and platforms' company is championing this week some cross-divisional projects meant to show how enterprise and consumer tech can be combined to create new kinds of apps and services.
The IAB/Edelman report questioned 5,000 consumers of general news, business news and entertainment news.
Invigor Group has acquired Search Results Group, worth AU$5.8 million, as its next step of transforming the company into a digital solutions group.
Domino's Pizza has launched Pizza Mogul as the next phase of its digital businesses, which it has been working on for the last nine years.
An Australian start-up says it has turned the child care and safety model on its head.
With DataStax 4.5, the NoSQL company is offering fast analytics through Apache Spark as well as the option to merge Cassandra and Hadoop data.
How much does getting hacked actually cost a business? Looking closely at the cyber black market's cost factors is worrying, but offers insight into keeping crime's cost low.
Series B funding will help mobile sales productivity company Clari develop its software and marketing operations.
Country introduces various initiatives as part of its goal to become the world's first smart nation, including a smart nation operating system and pilot trials at a designated residential-business estate.
Microsoft's new Azure ML cloud-based machine-learning service will be available as a public preview in July. The service is a key piece of Microsoft's evolving big data strategy.
The company's flagship technology enables business teams to analyze data from multiple applications and cloud services.
By 2020, the Asian nation will produce data totaling 377 exabytes, doubling in volume every two years and growing eight-fold from just 46 exabytes in 2013.
Despite the widespread adoption of analytics and scientific testing by businesses around the world, the management sixth sense continues to flourish.
After a few false starts, News Corp's efforts to deepen its engagement with customers are finally paying off – but it has required the accumulation of what data services manager James Hartwright calls "scary" amounts of clickstream data.