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Consumerisation of IT
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Netflix says it should have avoided signing unmetering agreements with Australian ISPs, iiNet and Optus, which enable consumers to stream as much content as they like without it counting against their home data caps.
Twitter, in an effort to attract new users, is turning its home page into a portal for news and content around dozens of topics.
When CIO Gerry Moore joined US-based St. James Hospital Group last year, the staff and doctors wanted to use Dropbox, a popular, cloud-based storage tool often used for file sharing. Moore denied the requests because of security and compliance concerns.
Microsoft Word, PowerPoint and Excel users can now edit their documents in Dropbox using Office Online on the web, following a new agreement announced Friday.
Australians who conceal their location to download TV shows, books and music may escape paying the GST even if it is imposed by the federal government.
The CommBank app will soon be available on smart watches, with an Android version currently in pilot and an Apple Watch version on the way, the bank said on Thursday.
David Gee talks to The Living Room of Satoshi’s founder, Daniel Alexiuc, about the digital currency landscape, why regulators are having trouble with Bitcoin, and impediments to its uptake in the future.
Researchers at Stanford University have developed a new battery that can be recharged in about a minute and is safer than the lithium ion cells used in everything from smartwatches to passenger jets.
Australia’s digital economy is now worth $79 billion or 5.1 per cent of GDP, making it larger than traditional industry sectors such as agriculture, retail and transport, according to a new Deloitte report.
Liquor retailer, BWS, is rolling out Internet radio services across its Australian stores, which play songs based on the musical tastes of customers living in particular postcodes.
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- Insurance company now offers discounts -- if you let it track your Fitbit
- Canadian banks play hard ball with Apple Pay's moving north
- Feds lay down social media rules; enterprises should, too
- Keep Windows 10 preview up to date -- or face a dead PC
- NetApp secures $2m supercomputing deal with NCI
- Mandatory Disclosure Laws needed to counter lax security attitudes: Symantec
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