Shazam is one of the most popular mobile apps in the world. The company earlier this month announced it had reached a billion downloads – half of which came in the last two years – and, for the first time, turned a profit. And it's the data that did it.
Stories by George Nott
5000 Splunkers come together for machine data search and analytics platform's .conf 16 at Walt Disney World, Florida
When Splunk's CTO Snehal Antani delivered his keynote at the company's seventh annual user conference in Orlando last week he called on the audience to "walk back in that office with a strut".
The customers around the table are gushing in their praise for Amazon CTO Werner Vogels. One puts his arm round the Dutchman’s broad shoulders to pose for a selfie: “If that’s ok? I’ve got to get one.”
Optus Business is collaborating with Palo Alto Networks to expand its managed security services offering.
Yahoo’s massive data breach in which at least 500 million user accounts have been hacked may be “the straw that breaks the camel’s back” and complicate its planned sale to Verizon, says Centrify.
An expert, who advised the prime minister ahead of the government's Cyber Security Strategy, has shared his grave concerns about the security of critical infrastructure in Australia.
Senator Stephen Conroy has announced his resignation from parliament in a speech tabled last night that named the NBN has his ‘greatest contribution’.
Before the arrival of Dr Pedro Harris to the NSW Department of Finance, Services and Innovation, the state government’s data centre landscape was fragmented and unwieldy.
For social VR’s small but growing population, anything is possible. The tricky part is figuring out what’s acceptable.
Financial institutions that fail to make their APIs available are ‘doomed’, says Visa’s ANZ head of product Rob Walls.
“Conventional systems focus on artificial intelligence. But there’s other types of intelligence – emotional intelligence,” says Dr. Mark Johnson of VoiceBox Technologies. “We’re trying to build systems that will be much more context aware."
A product that records ‘admissable in a court of law’ quality videos of employees when they break cyber security policy is launching in Australia.
Industry, innovation and science minister Greg Hunt says that the government’s support for quantum computing research will not only maintain Australia’s competitive edge in the “global race to build a quantum computer”, but also help grow a local “quantum ecosystem” and industry.
“It’s the first space mission to the ISS for this entire country,” explains Solange Cunin, CEO and co-founder of Quberider.