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IT, internet surveys on ABS' chopping block
Not enough resources to meet demand.
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Accenture wins $20m ABS data collection systems deal
Bureau invests in efficiency.
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ABS issues first survey of Australian cloud use
National statisticians dampen as-a-service hype.
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NSW Corrective Services uses data to calculate risk of re-offending
Analyst wins 2014 Premier's award.
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ABS ditches in-house plans in favour of outsourcing.
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ABS needs more Govt cash to upgrade old IT
Stats boss argues system instability needs to be addressed.
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Universities join race for big data riches
Course list grows with industry partnerships.
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NBN Co commits millionth premise to rollout plan
Milestone met with maths.
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Regulator releases first full year of statistics.
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ABS warns of Census internet slowdown
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Australian Institute of Criminology finds fraud up 55 percent.
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IBM admits erring in statistics on vendor patching
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Crime Commission plans geospatial upgrade
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64 percent of websites contain serious flaws
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Two security firms have revealed that spam attacks have increased in the last quarter.
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Local iPhone users devour content
Aussie iPhone owners are consuming over 2MB of data per session, dwarfing existing mobile web and even some desktop session usage stats.
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