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Telstra picks apart Symphony architecture
OpenStack-backed orchestrator drives product development.
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ANZ begins to reap results from tech transformation
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Like many products in this group review, the CWAT (Cybercrime, Warning, Alert, Termination) product takes a modular approach to data leakage prevention.
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Robots deemed less intelligent than humans, still
Despite improvements in artificial intelligence and robotics, humans prefer human interactions to those with machines, a study has found.
Jul 15 2008 4:55PM
Microsoft to launch intelligent traffic system
Microsoft is launching a free application that will plot routes for car journeys by cross-referencing them with historical traffic data, according to the
New York Times
Apr 12 2008 11:09AM
Avaya promises intelligent communications
Avaya has unveiled its latest unified communications software, which it promises is breakthrough technology designed to improve the performance of collaborative teams.
Mar 19 2008 10:04PM
Aussie boffins build intelligent bra
Australian scientists have created an 'intelligent' bra that monitors the user's activity to determine the most comfortable fit for future underwear..
Dec 11 2007 7:03AM
Providers urged to make networks more intelligent
Service providers must expand their deployment of specific technologies aimed at making networks more intelligent, according to industry analyst Yankee Group..
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How to get more intelligent about smartphones
It was about four years ago when the IT department at Chris McClanahan's Fortune 500 financial services company began noticing a widespread influx of so-called smartphones seeking connection to the corporate network.
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UK decides intelligent design is not science
Schoolchildren should not be taught neo-creationism, rules government.
Jun 27 2007 2:08PM
European boffins developing 'intelligent' robots
A team of European scientists and engineers has unveiled plans to create next-generation intelligent robots by adding adaptive learning capabilities to existing single-function 'dumb' machines.
Jul 4 2006 9:45AM
Intelligent surveillance - the death of random review?
Every financial institution today is at the mercy of constantly changing regulations. Each new mis-selling or market abuse scandal brings with it a tightening of the rules: whether it is a major shift like the introduction of the Sarbanes-Oxley Act and the Basel II Accord, or the cumulative effect of successive administrations and regulatory regimes adding new sections and clauses to existing regulations.
Mar 16 2005 10:21AM
Hannover Fairs to debut intelligent home show in Melbourne
CeBIT organiser Hannover Fairs has launched Australia's first exhibition focusing on the digital home phenomenon, and local resellers have been promised a piece of the pie.
Aug 27 2004 12:00AM
Check Point unleashes intelligent software
Security firm Check Point has brought out an addition to its application intelligence suite.
Jan 20 2004 5:03PM
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