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  • Firefighting tech so useful it might be turned off

    ​The mobile data terminals (MDTs) that have been rolled out across New South Wales are proving so popular that Fire and Rescue officials are considering temporarily shutting them off to test firefighters’ ability to cope without them.

    Written by George Nott18 March 19 11:33
  • Kathmandu investigates suspected data breach

    Kathmandu is “urgently investigating” a security incident with its online trading websites, following a suspected customer data breach.

    Written by James Henderson13 March 19 14:50
  • Hackers breach internal Citrix network

    The internal network of Citrix has been breached by a group of hackers, believed to be international cyber criminals, following an alert from the FBI.

    Written by James Henderson09 March 19 06:45
  • In pictures: ‘Advanced data analytics: Where are you going wrong?’ Sydney Roundtable

    Many CIOs have rolled out business intelligence and data analytics tools across the organisation and these solutions may be providing some insights into the business. But what’s less likely is that they safely rely on the accuracy and relevance of data that's needed to gain much deeper insights which will support core business transformation activities. A group of IT leaders gathered in Sydney for the CIO and Information Builders Roundtable lunch at Rockpool to discuss the journey towards advanced data analytics.

    Written by Jennifer O'Brien08 March 19 08:15

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  • Slow Data Kills Business

    We live in an era where customer experience trumps product features and functions. How do you exceed customer’s expectations every time they interact with your organization? By leveraging more information and applying insights you have learned over time. Turning data-driven power into delightful experiences will give you the advantages required to succeed in today’s climate of one-click shopping and crowd-sourced feedback.

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