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Hundreds of thousands of Australians are circumventing a suppression order issued by the Victorian County Court in a high-profile criminal case. Thousands more Australians appear to be directly in breach of the order, according to an analysis of web and social media data conducted by Which-50. The order was issued

The end of the year is fast approaching which means it’s time to take a look back on the year that was and publish a list or two*. In the coming weeks we will be sharing some of our favourite stories of the year but first Which-50 wants to know

It is a fairly binary question: should paedophiles have an absolute right to privacy? Should those who would do the community harm through acts of mass murder be allowed to operate free from digital harassment by law enforcement and intelligence services? Sign up for Which-50’s Irregular Insights newsletter And if

AWS Werner Vogels Keynote at The Venetian, Las Vegas, NV on Thursday, Nov. 29, 2018.

The National Australia Bank is all in on public cloud. NAB will move at least 35 per cent of its IT workloads to a public cloud within the next two years. The shift will improve the bank’s innovation and agility, and better prepare it for open banking, according to NAB

Social media plays an integral part when it comes to the relationship between consumers and brands.  These social channels are more than just posting a status or image on branded pages. Marketers are using them to interact with their customers and get feedback about their products. Social media gives the

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2018 was the year consumer concerns over privacy and how their data is used started to cause headaches for businesses which had convinced themselves their customers were satisfied with the service they were receiving in exchange for their information. Throughout the year a series of global events have lead to

The Australian utilities sector is facing a wave of disruption, and local executives believe it will hit sooner rather than later. A clear majority of executives who participated in a survey commissioned by OpenText believe most of the disruption to occur in the next five years. A third said they

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AGL has developed an online platform which allows users to trade solar energy, with the aim of giving its customers more control over their energy use and reduce the cost of their power bills. Currently 220 AGL customers in Victoria are participating in the AGL Solar Exchange trial, which started

At a time of rapid global disruption across all industries, Australia’s utilities sector faces quite a specific risk. It needs to avoid falling victim to “the telco trap”. Around the world telecommunications companies invested billions in the hard, physical infrastructure required to deliver services. Then they watched as new global technology

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Organisations undergoing change grapple with a myriad of challenges. But more often than not at the heart of the change is the customer, according to Ben Sharp, head of revenue and operations ANZ at Pureprofile. Understanding that and embracing customer experience is key to any transformation, according to Sharp. Leadership Webinar: