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Data aggregation key to cross-selling opportunities.
 
Adelaide Uni on hiring blitz for tech transformation 
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Five-year, $75m investment to revamp IT.
 
NBN Co brings in consultants for strategic review 
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Three firms win advisory work.
 
Universities join race for big data riches 
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Course list grows with industry partnerships.
 
Peabody Energy uses analytics to boost coal capacity 
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Also exposing the long lunch.
 
Queensland Education seeks budget system 
 
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Consulting contributes more revenue.
 
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Faster ship turnarounds after BI upgrade.
 
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Google Earth integration mulled.
 
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Gives rugged tablets to field workers.
 
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Using Tata platform.
 
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Judge wants to hear parties in the witness box.
 
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HTC HD2 and BlackBerry 9700 also affected.
 
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Allegedly occurred in front of employees, partners and a customer.
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