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Australia, 5G, IoT, connection

Who will build Australia’s 5G mobile phone network? Not Chinese telecommunications infrastructure company Huawei, which was recently excluded from involvement via a statement from then acting home affairs minister Scott Morrison – now prime minister – and communications minister Mitch Fifield. Sign up for Which-50’s Irregular Insights newsletter Australia’s 5G

It’s fair to say people have better things to do than visit government offices and fill out paper forms — in Estonia the government agrees. When Estonia became an independent nation back in 1991 and began building its information society there was no digital data being collected about it citizens.

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Customer data orchestration solution company Tealium has hired Mandy Eyles as the new head of channel partnerships for Australia and New Zealand. In her role she will continue to expand the partner ecosystem in Australia and focus on driving strategic value with agencies, consultancies and technology partners, by leveraging Tealium’s

TPG Telecom and Vodafone Hutchison Australia (VHA) have announced a merger worth $15 billion, which both companies say will create a more effective challenger to the major incumbents, Telstra and Optus. The name of the newly merged entity will be TPG Telecom limited despite Vodafone shareholders owning the majority stake

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The impact of machine learning is likely to be rapid for those who have their technology house in order. It is a truism of the technology industry – first identified by Bill Gates the Microsoft founder – we often underestimate how long a new technology needs to take hold, and

If you are a market leader, enjoy your brief moment in the sun — because it won’t last in the digital era. That’s the warning Box Chairman and CEO Aaron Levie delivered to delegates at the company’s BoxWorks conference in San Francisco today. Business is fundamentally different today in terms

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While often overhyped and sometimes misapplied, artificial intelligence is already driving genuine business outcomes, according to its advocates. Which-50 spoke with executives working with AI in an attempt to cut through the hype and understand how the technology is being used today. Nigel Watson, Google Cloud head of cloud technology

The IT industry is about to shift the ground under your feet – once again. After a decade of pushing the virtues of cloud computing the technology sector is now looking at its next great adventure – edge computing. Edge computing recognises that to meet new emerging requirements, for example

Cloud content management company Box has revealed updates to its core offering including a new, unified activity stream for files stored on Box. The updates are designed to make it easier for people to see how their content is connected to the other SaaS applications such as Slack, Salesforce, and

Australian National Blockchain

Law firm Herbert Smith Freehills, CSIRO’s Data61 and IBM have formed a consortium to build a new blockchain-based digital platform to manage digitised contracts, exchange data and confirm the authenticity and status of legal contracts. Known as the Australian National Blockchain (ANB), the consortium says the new platform will represent