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  Thursday June 14, 2012

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EDITOR'S NOTE

Good afternoon,

A global survey conducted by consulting firm Capgemini has found many businesses still lack a tangible strategy to handle big data trends.

And three of four major Aussie banks have put their lot in with the world's largest companies in bidding for access to custom top-level domains. The expensive process is seen as a good branding measure for well-known companies, but could increase the cost and risk associated with maintaining an online presence.

-- James Hutchinson


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