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AGL goes 'extreme SAP'
No more big quarterly releases.
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NBN Co is building an "insight lab"
Six month-old central owner of AI/ML.
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Woodside uses big data to boost plant production
Suggests four optimisations every 10 minutes.
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BHP Billiton creates IT-OT team in iron ore
One of three teams to form new internal organisation.
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Shell turns to back-up systems for Prelude
Floating vessel gets UPS, battery arrays.
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[Blog post] Transactions of 500 customers impacted.
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HTC scales back production as cash flow worsens
Factory 'closed for use'.
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Telstra clears Senate's Sensis probe
Committee stays out.
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DBCDE urges caution in Senate's Sensis probe
Scope could overstep regulatory boundaries.
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Video: Rio Tinto automation unlocks more gains
Reveals new detail of tech-driven mining in NSW.
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Rio Tinto scales BYOD to 4000 users
Green light after pilot success.
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Rio Tinto prepares to deploy more driverless trucks
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Distribute.IT reveals shared server data loss
Hack renders production data "unrecoverable".
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W3C calls for help on HTML5
New HTML5 standard "not yet ready for production."
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Internet mailbox for 'China's Got Talent' compromised
Basic security not in place.
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Browser cookie handling could widen web attack space
Attacker could gain free reign over principal production domain.
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Toshiba and SanDisk combine Nand Flash production
Toshiba and SanDisk have announced a non-binding memorandum of understanding to create a joint venture to build a new 300mm wafer plant in Japan..
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Sony halts production of rootkit USB sticks
Sony has ceased production of three Microvault USB memory key models that pose a potential security risk to Windows computers.
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OLED TV production to hit three million
Shipments of organic electro-luminescent (OEL) TVs are expected to reach three million by 2011, according to display market analysts.
Jul 27 2007 2:24PM
Warhammer 40,000 MMO enters production
THQ signs licensing deal with Games Workshop.
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