Joshua Gliddon

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Joshua Gliddon has been covering technology and business for the best part of two decades. He’s written about IT at The Bulletin Magazine, was IT editor for the Australian Financial Review and had a (mercifully) brief foray into the motoring game. When he’s not writing, Josh likes surfing, reading and hanging with his kids.



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Forms education working group to report in April.
 
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Cloud platform offering coming to Sydney data centre.
 
Queensland Health faces IT spending review 
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Current systems inadequate, antiquated.
 
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ACCC comes out in favour of net neutrality.
 
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Open source tools to tap big data.
 
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Iluka Resources cuts injuries with business intelligence 
 
CommBank rules out public cloud storage 
Feb 25, 2013 | Comment Now 
Analytics an in-house operation.
 
Dulux saves with 'make do' approach to systems split 
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Twitter no solution for customer service 
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Social media akin to airing dirty laundry in public.
 
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Reports strongest half year ever.
 
Google kills account hijacks with statistics 
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Attempt to remove toxic, precious materials from waste stream.
 
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