Proudly celebrating 50 years of "innovating at the edge", two top Zebra executives talk to iTWire about the last five decades of success, the company's new hardware, how it all fits into Industry 4.0, customer success stories in Australia and plenty more.
Two researchers from DATACTIVE, a University of Amsterdam project that examines the politics of big data, and four from the University of Cardiff's Data Justice Lab have decided to boycott October's Amsterdam Privacy Conference due to the fact that the data-mining US firm Palantir is a major sponsor of the event.
Accounting software provider Jazoodle has been busy, with lots of exciting enhancements promised in an email update to its customers, from simplified pricing, to pending MYOB and Quickbooks compatibility.
A new service has launched called Jazoodle, a business forecasting platform with financial planning tools, giving you "unrivalled knowledge and insight into your business," and I spoke to its founder and CEO, Andrew Paton-Smith.
Mobile phone services have reached a saturation point in many of the world’s developed markets, forcing mobile operators to look for potential new revenue streams in different markets and industry sectors, according to a newly published report.
Vocus Communications is modernising its infrastructure with the Dell EMC XC Series appliance running the Nutanix enterprise cloud platform.
ICT professionals with skills in data storage, retrieval and analysis are the most sought after in the Australian market, according to a survey over the course of this year by professional network LinkedIn.
Australian digital privacy laws lag those of other countries, according to a leading academic who says legislation has struggled to keep pace with new technology allowing unprecedented levels of intrusion, surveillance of personal activities and communication of private information.
Nate Silver, the statistician behind the New York Times' fivethirtyeight blog correctly predicted the outcome of the US presidential election in all 50 states, convincingly demonstrating the power of big data: but what if that power were applied pro-actively rather than merely predictively?
The UK Ministry of Justice is using predictive analytics technology from SPSS, an IBM Company, to assess the likelihood of prisoners re-offending on their release and to ultimately help improve public safety.
SPSS, an IBM (NYSE: IBM) Company, today announced that banks worldwide are adopting IBM® SPSS® predictive analytics software to mitigate risk and grow their business through more focused direct marketing campaigns and retention strategies.
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