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The Australian government today released the first version of its Internet of Things (IoT) Code of practice. The voluntary code, aimed at industry, outlines 13 security principles which represent the “standard for IoT devices” for device manufacturers, IoT service providers, and application developers. The seven page document includes brief recommendations

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Fleet Space Technologies has raised US$7.35 million (AU$10.8 million) from global funds including Momenta Ventures and Horizons Ventures, to deliver ubiquitous Internet of Things (IoT) connectivity to remote industries, powered by a global constellation of nanosatellites. Investors in the funding round also included Grok Ventures and Blackbird Ventures, who re-invested

Digital society is emerging around us. It is the collection of people, organisations and things that are engaged in persistent digital interactions. What’s more, Internet-connected things and ambient artificial intelligence are gaining the ability to act on behalf of human customers. But what does CX (Customer Experience) even look like

VMware announced that it has expanded its telco and edge cloud portfolio to drive real-time intelligence for telco networks, as well as improved automation and security for telco, edge and IoT applications. Already serving as a key infrastructure provider for most communications service providers and enterprise customers around the world,

The CSIRO’s specialist data and digital arm, Data61, will today launch its Mixed Reality Lab in Melbourne. The lab will allow the creation of “digital twins”, the virtual replicas of real life physical objects and systems used for improved production and innovation. Sign up for Which-50’s Irregular Insights newsletter Data61’s

Technology installed inside the human body, known as Internet of Meat, has begun its journey through Gartner’s trademark hype cycle. While it’s early days, the analysts say IoM has a high potential benefit for organisations despite the security and privacy risks. Adoption generally remains low, however, with IoM offering end

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Enterprise 5G is forecast to generate $45 billion annually by the mid-2020s through next generation application development, IT services, platforms and connectivity according to new Telsyte research. The report, Australian Enterprise IoT & 5G Study 2019, said 68 per cent of IT and business leaders see 5G as crucial for

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Microsoft announced several new services for its Azure cloud platform today, including new capabilities for AI, machine learning, IoT, blockchain and edge computing. Sign up for Which-50’s Irregular Insights newsletter Nominate today for the Which-50 Digital Experience Awards. Simple. Fast. Easy. Most of the new services will be available to

Organisational interest in enterprise blockchain is tightly correlated with the rise and fall in bitcoin prices. No surprise, this finding is supported by Gartner’s correlation analysis of social media conversations on enterprise blockchain with the price of bitcoin (See Figure 1). Sign up for Which-50’s Irregular Insights newsletter Nominate today

Amazon announced that it is discontinuing Amazon Dash after four years. Reading a few articles on this today that seem to imply this is some kind of failure. But what was the purpose of Amazon Dash? When Amazon Dash launched, the intent was clear to me. In a blog from