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IT solutions firm Modis Australia has joined forces with the Western Australian Police Force helping it to leverage a new technological platform to help slow the spread of COVID-19 across the state, following the declaration of a state of emergency.

Published in Deals

Motorola Solutions has completed a contract, valued at $50 million, for the rollout of a new mobility managed service to Victoria Police, designed to enable increased situational awareness, safety and productivity on the front line.

Published in Deals
Thursday, 15 December 2011 14:01

Businesses beware of mobile disrupters

According to the ACMA, the growing popularity of smartphones and mobile applications has the potential to disrupt existing business models by allowing consumers to bypass established service providers.

Global Business Intelligence (BI) software vendor, Yellowfin, has released a new white paper that explores the need for, drivers and potential benefits of Mobile BI.

Global Business Intelligence (BI) vendor, Yellowfin, is set to release a new native application for the iPad that CEO Glen Rabie says will 'redefine' Mobile BI.

Business Intelligence (BI) expert and founder of Dresner Advisory Services, Howard Dresner, is set to co-host an exclusive live Webinar on Mobile BI with Glen Rabie, CEO of global BI vendor, Yellowfin.

According to Howard Dresner's updated Mobile Business Intelligence Market Study, officially launched in a live webcast sponsored by InformationWeek on February 17, Mobile BI is the new platform for BI itself.

Japanese technology manufacturer, Onkyo, has announced that it will preload its Android-based TA117 Tablet computer with Yellowfin's Business Intelligence (BI) Android application.

International Business Intelligence (BI) software vendor, Yellowfin, has confirmed its place as a leader in Mobile BI, blitzing Howard Dresner's latest Mobile Business Intelligence Market Study.

Tuesday, 30 November 2010 14:43

iCondom app: standing tall for safer sex

Specially launched on 'World AIDS Day', the iCondom apps stands tall in being the first to help users find condom dispensers, free condoms and more close by through the magic of geolocation!

Published in Mobility
Monday, 15 November 2010 19:31

NAB - a little word for 'No Apple Banking'

One of Australia's four big banks, the National Australia Bank or 'nab' as they call themselves these days, is having issues with new users still unable to download nab's iPhone or iPad app.

Published in Mobility

According to Ovum, m-commerce is set to experience a renaissance as industry players express renewed interest and mobile banking services take root, but retail banks are in danger of missing the boat.

Published in Strategy

Intrinsyc has made its Destinator 9 turn-by-turn navigation application available for iPhone with Australia and New Zealand maps, claiming it to be "the most feature rich turn-by-turn application for the iPhone."

Published in Mobility




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