The National Transport Commission (NTC) is calling for more data and better analytics in a bid to more effectively identify and report on transport trends and improve investment and planning for Australia’s transport network.
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There’s a new coach on the Australian cricket team's staff roster. This trainer is already proving hugely influential in deciding which players get picked and is one of high-performance chief Pat Howard’s most trusted advisers.
Splunk is making machine learning capabilities a core capability of its real-time operational intelligence platforms to help companies use predictive analytics to optimize IT, security and business operations.
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Telstra on Monday announced it has acquired Australian application development and consulting and managed services provider, Readify.
MapR Technologies' new Spyglass Initiative is an open and extensible approach designed to centralized monitoring of big data deployments.
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Microsoft has partnered with a San Francisco-based company to encode information on synthetic DNA to test its potential as a new medium for data storage.
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An advisory board for the NSW Data Analytics Centre (DAC) has been established to provide strategic advice and guide the future direction of the centre’s priorities.
Half of Australian businesses plan to increase salaries for their existing IT employees by an average of 6.7 per cent this year, with select specialist roles to benefit most due to growing demand. Find out which five IT roles win 'most improved pay cheque' in 2016.
For an industry that quite literally relies on speed and efficiency, growing capability in big data and networking has raised the already-high stakes for Red Bull’s Formula 1 racing team.
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