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Yellowfin data visualisation: can it answer the ‘is Jon Snow dead’ question? Can Yellowfin’s data visualisation deliver the Yellowfinal answer as to whether Game of Thrones character Jon Snow is dead? Let’s take a look…
Rare Birds Con 2016: Australia’s largest event for women entrepreneurs Global entrepreneurial hub ‘Rare Birds’ has announced a full roster of 48 speakers headlining the largest entrepreneurial event of its kind to ever take place…
CeBIT Australia to showcase education, innovation and business technology CeBIT Australia is the largest and longest running business technology event in the Asia-Pacific region, with 2016 to be the biggest, boldest and best CeBIT…
CeBIT Australia’s VIP Program: CeBIT BLACK A ‘VIP program’ to connect the ‘C-Suite of Australia’s leading enterprise and government organisations’ has been launched by CeBIT Australia.
What is the real meaning behind that big data? You collect massive amounts of data, but its value is in mining and interpreting it to produce actionable insights. Often the sheer volume of the…
Online businesses must work harder to win customers trust  Trust is the new global online currency. You can’t buy it - you have to earn it by being reliable, consistently delivering what you promise,…
HPE offers new machine learning as a Service (MLaaS) HPE has taken machine learning mainstream giving developers easy, fast and proven tools for building data-rich applications.
NEC, WingArc1st, Genix team up on global analytics launch NEC Australia has partnered with Japan business intelligence, document assembly and print management solutions provider WingArc1st and Melbourne-based IT solutions provider, Genix Ventures, for the…
Bill McMurray, Managing Director Asia Pacific and Japan, Qualtrics, and Susan Calvert, Executive Director, Office of International Engagement, Department of Premier & Cabinet, New South Wales Government If you want to know how your organisation is really doing, talk to both your customers and staff – the two are inextricably linked.
The collaborative hybrid of human and machine – predictions for big data analytics in 2016 Big data analytics is set to give rise to distributed intelligence that can improve most anything humans do, but without a thunderclap of change. By…

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