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Twitter will use AWS cloud to deliver millions of tweets everyday, expanding a more than decade long partnership between the companies. On Wednesday the cloud giant announced Twitter would use its cloud infrastructure to deliver timelines under a multiyear deal that will move the leading social media platform further into

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More than three quarters of Australian knowledge workers said they found it easy to adapt to remote work this year, and most of those that did migrate reported increased productivity, according to a survey Slack. The workforce collaboration software company polled 1,000 Australian knowledge workers within organisations of 100+ employees

Knosys, an enterprise grade information management provider, has acquired SaaS intelligent intranet provider GreenOrbit and its companies in the US, UK and India. The ASX listed Knosys says the deal is the first of several more planned SaaS buys. “The acquisition of GreenOrbit marks the start of a new growth

Oracle today announced its cloud software will be used to manage the distribution of America’s COVID-19 vaccines, claiming it will provide health workers up to the minute data on how many people have been vaccinated anywhere in the US. The company developed a new National Electronic Health Records (EHR) Database

Australia’s consumer regulator is taking Facebook to court, alleging it misled and deceived users with an app that purported to offer data privacy services but actually monitored users for the tech giant’s commercial benefit. According to the ACCC, the mobile app, known as Onavo Protect and pushed by Facebook as

Governments all around the world are moving to digitise and ind improve the services they over citizens. In Which-50’s final Minicast of 2020 we look to the high bar set by Estonia, widely regarded as the world leading digital government. Pure Storage’s APJ CTO Mark Jobbins, says Australia can learn

Australian governments must be bold and provide more proactive digital services, according to Mark Jobbins, VP and field CTO for Pure Storage APJ, who says data transparency will be fundamental to repairing citizens’ trust in government and delivering the services. Speaking with Which-50 Jobbins said citizens expectations for service delivery

Social media usage inside companies is expanding far beyond the Marketing department and is now a core piece of digital transformation architecture, according to Hootsuite CEO Tom Keiser, who replaced founder Ryan Holmes earlier this year. Holmes is now the Chairman of the company. “Social media started as a sub-department

Australia’s privacy regulator has called for a raft of changes to privacy law to ensure they remain “consistent with Australian values” and suitable for an increasingly digital world. But the watchdog stopped short of supporting GDPR style data regulation and consent management, as the government considers the biggest reforms to

As banks push their customers into self-service digital channels to cut costs, they are finding the shift comes at a price – reduced trust from consumers. That’s a key takeaway in a new report from Accenture. And the COVID-19 fuelled shift to digitalisation has only accelerated matters according to Accenture’s