Under this new plan, a single, interoperable public safety network will be stood up to deliver mission-critical standard voice and narrowband data services.
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The Australian Securities Exchange has collocated its technology, operations, and market surveillance staff to its customer support centre to ensure the organisation can respond faster to clients.
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While St. George has no idea how many of its customers are interested in wearable technology, the bank has launched its first smartwatch banking app.
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