Top Stories Deployment
- Microsoft Surface Pro 4 And Surface Book Details And Pricing For Australia
- How Data Visualisation Can Give Businesses A Fresh Perspective
- If You Can't Beat 'Em, Join 'Em: How Toy Makers Survive In The Digital Age
- How To Become So Good At Analytics Your Boss Can't Fire You
- Cortana On Windows 10 Officially Comes To Australia
- In Defence Of The Clean Install
Microsoft announced a ton of new products this morning but the ones that really matter are the Surface Book 4, the new version of its slate tablet, and the Surface Book, the company’s first ever laptop. We take a closer look at the two devices and how much it will cost you to buy them in Australia.
You can ‘Like’ posts on Facebook and ‘Favourite’ Tweets on Twitter, so why not whack that feature onto emails? That’s exactly what Microsoft has done with Outlook on the web. The email service is getting a social media treatment with the addition of ‘Likes’ and ‘Mentions’. God help us. Here’s the lowdown.
Earlier this month, the US Broadband Opportunity Council declared that broadband is “taking its place alongside water, sewer and electricity as essential infrastructure for communities”. Descriptors like “very fast” (Australia), “superfast” (UK), “ultra-fast” (New Zealand) or “ultra-high speed” (Singapore) reinforce the message that speed is an essential component of good broadband.
Vodafone Hutchinson Australia has signed TPG Telecom as its new wholesale provider for mobile data. TPG will be providing dark fibre, which is essentially unused optic fibre infrastructure that has been rolled out, and network services to Vodafone over a 15 year period. So what does this mean for Vodafone and TPG mobile customers?
Data visualisation is a simple concept but it has evolved beyond just charts and graphs. We are now capable of using high powered computers to process data and render them into spectacular images that we can interact with. So how can this kind of technology benefit businesses across a variety of industries? We find out.