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In 2007 Therese Tucker, founder and CEO of BlackLine, had a choice to make: move all the accounting and finance software BlackLine provides customers to the cloud, or keep some of it on-premise. There were some major upsides to becoming a pureplay SaaS provider before it was fashionable, there was

“Alexa, tell the nurse…” Three healthcare facilities in Australia and New Zealand have deployed a new voice-controlled system to help patients notify nurses when they need assistance. The digital replacement for the call button was developed by Deloitte and is being used in Prince of Wales Hospital, an aged care

Sydney,Australia - February 20, 2016: A QANTAS Boeing 737 taxies towards the terminal after landing at the city's airport. QANTAS is the flag carrier for Australia.

Qantas CEO Alan Joyce says the airline is close to offering non-stop flights from to London and New York from the east coast of Australia, thanks in part to advances in cloud computing. Joyce said the new aircraft needed for the long haul are ready and the airline expects to

Melbourne-based startup A Cloud Guru has raised USD$33 million (AUD$46.8 million) to expand its global presence. The round was led by led by US-based growth equity firm Summit Partners, alongside Australia’s AirTree Ventures and existing investor Elephant. Sign up for Which-50’s Irregular Insights newsletter Nominate today for the Which-50 Digital

Live sports streaming service Kayo Sports has turned to AWS to power its live streaming and video catch-up offering. Powered by Fox Sports Australia, ESPN, and beIN Sports, Kayo offers more than 50 sports instantly streamed from Australia and other countries for viewing on iOS and Android mobile devices, laptops

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

Origin Energy understands its industry is being disrupted. In response the energy company has developed a strategy to ensure its survival as utilities transition from a commodity-driven model to a service-driven one. Origin has created a Future Energy and Business Development division. Tasked with navigating the company through an uncertain

The key to demonstrating return on marketing spend is to separate areas of investment and to not get overwhelmed by data which can’t ultimately provide attribution, according to Ariel Kelman, VP Worldwide Marketing at Amazon Web Services. Sign up for Which-50’s Irregular Insights newsletter Kelman offers his advice as many

Amazon Web Services is adamant it won’t pick and choose what machine learning applications run on its infrastructure, despite growing concerns the emerging technology can create ethical problems and amplify biases. The world’s largest public cloud provider will, however, remove any users who violate peoples civil liberties or constitutional rights,

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