Want to be "that" company that wins in the 2018 Telstra Business Awards? Well, to win it, you have to be in it, so nominate your business and others worthy of an award, and help grow your business!

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The Commonwealth Bank has launched a chatbot named Ceba to help customers with more than 200 banking tasks. At the moment, it is available to about 20% of NetBank customers and will be rolled out more broadly in coming months.

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The first Australian employment marketplace to embrace the skill of voice-activated job searching with Amazon Alexa is SEEK, with company reviews, job search skills and weekly employment market updates also available through Alexa.

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The old argument over what came first — the chicken or the egg — has been regurgitated in a somewhat different way by Communications Minister Mitch Fifield. Only his arguments revolve around speed and the cost of NBN subscriptions.

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Enhanced telco competition main focus for NZ Commerce Commission study Featured

New Zealand’s competition enforcement and regulatory agency The Commerce Commission, is resuming a study to consider what, if any, changes are needed to the telecommunications sector to better promote competition.

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Google's Home invasion into the domestic smart speaker market boomed over the holidays, with over a million "Actions" your Google Assistant can now help you with.

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NHS used Linux project to negotiate with Microsoft: claim Featured

Britain's National Health Service appears to have used a project set up to create a Linux alternative for its employees' smartcards — and later, hopefully, a desktop alternative to Windows — to bargain with Microsoft and obtain an enterprise-wide desktop deal.

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Many premises cannot even attain minimum NBN speeds: claim Featured

The Australian Labor Party has questioned whether the government has referred the problem of some NBN users being unable to obtain the maximum possible speeds currently available from retain service providers — 100/40Mbps — to the competition watchdog or not.

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Kaspersky asks court to suspend US ban on its software Featured

Russian security firm Kaspersky Lab is seeking a preliminary injunction in US federal court to try and prevent an order banning the use of its software in the US public service from taking effect.

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Hawaiki Cable and TE SubCom, a TE Connectivity company, have announced that more than half of the 15,000km of undersea fibre-optic cable that comprises the Hawaiki trans-Pacific cable system has been implemented.

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