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Attitudes to transport have changed dramatically since COVID-19 shut down it cities with social distancing severely restricting travel during the lockdown. As a result, the use of public transport and rideshare services plummeted. Now with restrictions starting to ease around the country, a significant discussion is underway on how the

Origin has migrated more than 60 percent of its workloads to AWS, covering the majority of its mission-critical workloads including billing and customer care, energy trading, operations management, and its enterprise data lake. The migration to AWS will help Origin achieve its goal to operate 100 per cent in the

VAPAR an Australian startup in the Internet of Things arena which utilises artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) to automate condition assessments for stormwater and sewerage pipelines, has raised $AU700,000 in seed funding. The funding round closed with a diverse range of angel investors in addition to Startmate and

With theatres closed, cinemas went dark, and stages were silenced, the Arts sector has been one of the most profoundly disrupted industries since COVID-19 sent the economy into hibernation. In response Melbourne’s St Kilda Film Festival turned annual event went ahead – in a different, digital format attracting tens of

The value of transactions processed by virtual cards will more than treble over the next 5 years; increasing from an anticipated $1.6 trillion in 2020. The findings are contained in a new report from Juniper Research Virtual cards are temporary, random digital card numbers that replace core payment details for

Magnite debuts today on the Nasdaq, following the merger between Rubicon Project and Telaria in April 2020 to create what the companies claim is the largest independent sell-side advertising platform. The merged entity combines Rubicon Project’s expertise as a scaled programmatic exchange with Telaria’s CTV capabilities, according to the parties.

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International property and infrastructure group Lendlease, has selected Google Cloud as its primary cloud partner to launch Podium, the company’s recently announced property lifecycle platform callee Podium, aimed at simplifying the interdependencies in the built world. “We believe the next phase of innovation is centred around autonomous buildings, which sees

Australian Red Cross has implemented a new solution to automate administrative tasks and to unify the experience of its 270,000 clients, donors, members and volunteers, using the Boomi platform. By automating previously manual and onerous administrative tasks, it was able to divert more resources to critical services. The platform has

Startup hub Stone & Chalk says it has set a new strategic direction to address the needs of the emerging technology ecosystem at a critical time for the tech industry in Australia. The not-for-profit will provide commercialisation, mentorship, customer acquisition, capital raising, advocacy, and growth development support to startup founders

Draft rules for the management of the Consumer Data Right (CDR) prevent Australian consumers and businesses from realising the full benefits of open banking, according to Moneytree KK, the parent company of Australian open banking player Moneytree Financial Technology. The draft rules, released on 22 June by the ACCC, do