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  Monday April 16, 2012

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EDITOR'S NOTE

Good morning,

J.P. Morgan's Australian securities services division is banking on the Agile software development method to more quickly deliver systems and applications to clients.

Also today, Rio Tinto steps up its deployment of automated trucks in the Pilbara, and the US Government argues MegaUpload's lawyers are conflicted, prompting an 18-page rebuttal.

-- Ry Crozier

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TODAY ON ITNEWS

Finance
J.P. Morgan adopts Agile in Australia

By Liz Tay | April 16, 2012

Imports tools from global team.

 
 
Software
US Govt irked by MegaUpload's legal team

By Liam Tung | April 16, 2012

Conflicts of interest?

 
 
Hardware
Rio Tinto prepares mine for driverless trucks

By Ry Crozier | April 16, 2012

Vehicles moved out of trial into production mine.

 
 
Telco/ISP
Greens target mobile tower emission audits

By James Hutchinson | April 13, 2012

Department of Broadband cold on Brown's bill.

 
 
Software
ICANN 'glitch' let gTLD rivals see user details

By Liam Tung | April 16, 2012

Was aware of glitch in March, thought it was fixed.

 
 

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CeBIT Australia 2012 Sydney Convention and Exhibition Centre, Darling Harbour May 22, 2012
Agile Australia 2012 Hilton on the Park, Melbourne May 30, 2012
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