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Woolworths Group has reported 32 per cent sales growth (on a normalised basis) across its online businesses. In total during FY19 online channels brought in $2.5 billion for the retailer.
Katrina Troughton has been appointed managing director of IBM Australia and New Zealand.
The Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) will work with BankSA and Optus to launch a ‘Living Lab’ in Adelaide, with the South Australian capital set to join New York, Beijing and Istanbul in playing host to the data analytics initiative.
RMIT’s online education arm has launched a cyber security short course as part of its Future Skills lineup.
Google has confirmed problems affecting its Gmail service.
Vocus will continue delivering Internet services to Cricket Australia, with the sporting body signing a four-year contract with the telco.
The acquisition of enterprise freight marketplace Channel 40 will help underpin a new service from Freelancer, the company said today.
Queensland Treasury’s Office State Revenue (OSR) has rolled out a virtual assistant to answer online enquiries from the public.
The Sydney suburb of St Leonards is the home to the Australian Mastercard Global Tech Hub, which was formally opened today by NSW Treasurer Dominic Perrottet.
Braintree Australia has been tasked with consolidating Village Roadshow’s payment infrastructure, the company announced today.
YouTube says it is working to fix problems preventing access to videos hosted on the service.
Formula One racing breeds a pace of innovation as speedy as the compact race cars which zoom around the track. With margins of mere seconds separating each ranking, slimming down the slivers of time between a win and a loss is imperative for each team.
Tech execs discuss the scenarios where moving apps to the public cloud is not a good idea and why an appliance that combines compute, storage and networking may be the answer to certain infrastructure problems
Oracle staged its Oracle Code 2017 event on 18 July at Doltone House in Pyrmont, Sydney.