Healthcare group Sydney Local Health District (SLHD) has utilised a Qlik-powered app which enables its healthcare professionals to reduce opioid use and to improve the effectiveness in treatment of lower back pain.
Clickbait-loving naybobs of negativity once bemoaned that most of Apple's sales were attributable to its iPhone, and that there are no cheap mid-range models, but now that Apple has grown, adding newer products and services, 'lower' but still in the tens of MILLIONS of iPhone sales are... bad?
Australians prefer to use cash, rather than banking or bill-splitting apps, when they share a meal or shout their friends a drink at the pub, a survey carried out by Bankwest claims.
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Thanks David, and thanks iTWire for continuing to cover this.
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