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How Australia can make AI work for our economy and people

How Australia can make AI work for our economy and people

Experts expect AI to contribute approximately $US16 trillion to the global economy by 2030.

 

Are telcos confident in the NBN?

Are telcos confident in the NBN?

[Comment] When they ship a 4G failover, you have to wonder...

 

IBM is bringing its software to Red Hat OpenShift

IBM is bringing its software to Red Hat OpenShift

Opening the door to take on hybrid cloud market.

 

NetApp shares plunge with lower-than-expected outlook

NetApp shares plunge with lower-than-expected outlook

Both revenue and earnings decline.

 

Fortinet credits earnings surge to large SD-WAN deals

Fortinet credits earnings surge to large SD-WAN deals

Landed six deals worth at least US$1 million each.

 

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