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After three years of external pressure Facebook hasn’t done enough to fix the problems created by its platform, argues Roger McNamee an early Facebook investor turned vocal big tech critic.  McNamee spent 34 years as a Silicon Valley investor and venture capitalist. But since observing the same tools that make

Collaboration platform provider Box used its BoxWorks user conference in San Francisco which started today to preview enhancements to Box Shield and Box Relay, along with upgrades to its integrations with industry-leading vendors such as IBM, Microsoft, and Adobe. All the improvements were aligned to what chief product officer Jeetu

McAfee has unveiled new device-to-cloud security capabilities and a data science platform to give companies greater insight into the threat landscape, at its annual MPower Cybersecurity Summit in Las Vegas this week. A key focus of the event was the need for cloud-native security features to protect against threats as

Best of breed solutions are starting to offer better integration than large incumbent software providers whose strength in the past was their offer of one-stop shopping. That’s one of our takeaways from comments made by Box CEO Aaron Levie at a pre-event briefing prior to his company’s user conference which

Australia has lost its “cutting edge” in digital technology and innovation and is consequently missing out on hundreds of billions of dollars of economic growth and 200,000 jobs, according to the CSIRO.  The national science agency says to reclaim it the country needs to nearly double the digital innovation industries’

Companies increasingly say they want to obsess over the customer outcome, but what does that really mean at a product development level? This morning in San Francisco in a preliminary event for BoxWorks, Which-50 attended a panel discussion featuring the product leaders of four leading collaboration platform vendors; Jeetu Patel

Dropbox used its inaugural user conference in San Francisco last week to share its vision for the company’s future and announce a set of new features which are the first steps in building “the smart workspace”.  Dropbox is in the process of transforming from its heritage as a storage company

V2, an Australian startup which produces plant-based meat products, launched in Sydney last night. The company, which is backed by the CSIRO, is among a growing cohort of meat alternatives companies hoping to disrupt the meat production industry. While plant-based meat products are not new, v2 claims it has cracked

The CSIRO’s data and digital arm, Data61, today announced a research partnership with Australian cyber security company Penten to use artificial intelligence to create “cyber traps” and “decoys” as a cyber defence mechanism. Penten, a Canberra based company, will gain access to Data61’s AI expertise and begin researching “active defence”

Boomi, a Dell Technologies business, announced the launch of the Boomi Molecule AWS Quick Start. The Boomi Molecule is the first AWS Quick Start that enables an Integration Platform-as-a-Service (iPaaS) for Amazon Web Services (AWS). It provides customers the ability to configure and run a Boomi Molecule on AWS at