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How technology helps find the right people in times of crisis

How technology helps find the right people in times of crisis

网上体育投注 Despite the continuing advances of technology, in times of crisis it's human hands we need the most to guide us through. On the front lines, it's people who make all the difference. Whether that's doctors and nurses, fire fighters and emergency responders, or even supermarket workers and call centre operators, an organisation&...

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Tritium pioneers streamlined charging and payments solution for electric vehicles

Tritium pioneers streamlined charging and payments solution for electric vehicles

A new charging solution launched today by Brisbane-based Tritium promises to simplify the payment process for charging electric vehicles (EV). Called Plug and Charge, the technology enables an EV and a charger to communicate and authorise payments directly from the driver's account, without the need for a card or tapping to pay. T...

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Job sharing portal BenchOn sees spike in SME sign-ups

Job sharing portal BenchOn sees spike in SME sign-ups

With Australian talent sharing platform BenchOn reporting a 275 per cent increase in remote work opportunities, founder and CEO Tim Walmsley believes portals that reallocate jobs will help the economy bounce back faster, especially in regional areas. After making its name supporting large corporates and government agencies, this month Ben...

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"Every business will be a space business by 2030", says KPMG

"Every business will be a space business by 2030", says KPMG

网上体育投注 A booming global space industry will mean every business will be a space business by 2030, according to a new report. KPMG Australia's report "30 Voices on 2030 - The future of space" forecasts the global space industry will be worth US$600 billion in 20 years. It comes after Australia's own space industry has experi...

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Australian health insurance sector targeted by notorious cybercrime group

Australian health insurance sector targeted by notorious cybercrime group

Australia's health insurance industry has been targeted by a well-known cybercrime group during the COVID-19 pandemic. According to global cybersecurity firm Palo Alto Networks a series of eight campaigns from a cybercrime actor called SilverTerrier have been taking advantage of vulnerable businesses during COVID-19 confusion. Of ...

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Vodafone-TPG merger passes final regulatory hurdle with FIRB approval

Vodafone-TPG merger passes final regulatory hurdle with FIRB approval

Two of the largest internet and mobile phone services providers in the country are now one step closer to merging, following approval from the Foreign Investment Review Board (FIRB). In February the Federal Court approved the fusion of TPG Telecom (ASX: TPM) and Vodafone Hutchison Australia (VHA), dismissing concerns from the co...

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GoDaddy confirms customer information was accessed in data breach

GoDaddy confirms customer information was accessed in data breach

An undisclosed number of GoDaddy customers have had their information accessed in a data breach dating back to October 2019 which has been traced to one unnamed individual.  The breach saw the login information of customers of the US website domain registrar giant accessed, but GoDaddy says it has no evidence any files were added or ...

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Camilla and Marc defies Covid-19 with new online platform and 'smart store' initiative

Camilla and Marc defies Covid-19 with new online platform and 'smart store' initiative

One-on-one personal styling sessions by appointment, wardrobing advice and gifting services...you'd be hard pressed to get this kind of attention at most bricks-and-mortar fashion outlets. But the above suite of on-demand experiences are actually included in retailer Camilla and Marc's new e-commerce platform designed to transform...

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Cough up: Mandatory code of conduct for digital giants to support Australian publishers

Cough up: Mandatory code of conduct for digital giants to support Australian publishers

网上体育投注 A proposed mandatory code of conduct for overseas digital platforms will be designed to support Australian publishers and level the imbalanced playing field. Included in the government's proposal are arrangements to ensure the sharing of data between publishers and digital platforms and the monetisation and sharing of revenue generate...

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Flying race car series to take flight from Adelaide

Flying race car series to take flight from Adelaide

网上体育投注 The future is now in South Australia where a new flying car racing series called Airspeeder is taking shape in the state's desert. From its new technical facility in Adelaide, Alauda, the parent company of the proposed high-octane race series Airspeeder, hopes to build a global hub for the new sport. The company says Adelaide was ...

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Data sold separately - why tech investments can fail before they start

Data sold separately - why tech investments can fail before they start

If you've ever bought a child a present only to see their joy shattered by the three little words "batteries sold separately", you'll be familiar with the experience many Australian businesses face when implementing new digital technologies.  Time and again, research shows most transformation initiatives collapse. S...

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Remote working trend bolsters demand for Superloop

Remote working trend bolsters demand for Superloop

Cloud services connector Superloop (ASX: SLC) has experienced a "significant" increase in traffic across its network in recent weeks as companies take up video conferencing and remote working to ride out the Covid-19 pandemic. In a letter to shareholders today, chairman and founder Bevan Slattery (pictured) said this rise was pa...

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Genetic Signatures sends first shipments of Covid-19 testing kits

Genetic Signatures sends first shipments of Covid-19 testing kits

Specialist molecular diagnostics company Genetic Signatures (ASX: GSS) is sending its first shipments of a new Covid-19 testing kit to labs in Europe and Australia, with its manufacturing facilities in Sydney gearing up for "anticipated initial high-volume orders". The company announced today it had submitted formal applications...

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MedAdvisor launches fast-tracked medicine delivery app

MedAdvisor launches fast-tracked medicine delivery app

The developer of a home delivery service for prescription medicines hopes to ease the burden placed on pharmacies and help those most vulnerable to Covid-19. Listed digital medication management company MedAdvisor (ASX: MDR) has fast-tracked the rollout of its medicine delivery service, which it believes will assist in slowing the spread ...

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Joint telehealth development to assist in diagnosing respiratory disease

Joint telehealth development to assist in diagnosing respiratory disease

网上体育投注 Two digital health companies have joined forces to expand access to telehealth services targeted specifically at diagnosing respiratory diseases. ResApp Health (ASX: RAP) will integrate its acute respiratory diagnostic test ResAppDx-EU into Phenix Health's telehealth smartphone app. The partnership is a significant step toward acc...

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Littleproud slams tech platforms for allowing "parasites" to profiteer

Littleproud slams tech platforms for allowing "parasites" to profiteer

With supermarket shelves stripped bare of many basic household goods panic buyers, hoarders and hawkers alike are taking advantage of the situation online. Auction sites like Facebook Marketplace and eBay have become popular outlets for those wanting to make a quick buck off those desperate for essential items. This practice has attra...

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Coronavirus could spark a revolution in working from home. Are we ready?

Coronavirus could spark a revolution in working from home. Are we ready?

Imagine your employer asking you to work from home until further notice. As COVID-19 continues to spread, this seems an increasingly likely scenario. "Everyone who can work from home should work from home," said Harvard epidemiologist William Hanage this week. In China and neighbouring countries, millions are doing so for th...

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EcoGraf makes headway with EV battery recycling trial

EcoGraf makes headway with EV battery recycling trial

网上体育投注 A Perth-based company is leading the charge with its new solution to support the budding electric vehicle (EV) industry, with the help of a proprietary technology that purifies a key component used in lithium-ion batteries. EcoGraf (ASX: EGR) has announced it successfully trialled its graphite purification technology to recycle lithium-io...

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World-first platform developed to help businesses combat modern slavery

World-first platform developed to help businesses combat modern slavery

Researchers at La Trobe University have created an online platform designed to assist large Australian companies tackle the issue of modern slavery. In Australia businesses with a consolidated revenue of more than $100 million are required to submit a statement to the Australian Government every year detailing the policy, due diligence an...

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Expansion eats into NEXTDC profit

Expansion eats into NEXTDC profit

Data centre operator NEXTDC (ASX: NXT) has posted its second consecutive half yearly loss today as it invests a record amount in infrastructure development. The company posted a loss of $4.9 million in 1H20, $1.75 million worse than the same time last year. It comes as the group has been on a path of growth, with costs associated with...

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