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  • Teradata sues SAP over alleged IP theft

    SAP, Europe's most valuable technology company, has been sued U.S. company Teradata, which accused it of stealing trade secrets, copyright infringement and anti-trust violations.

    21 June 18 11:12 Written by Reuters
  • How Williams Formula One uses 3D printing for race cars

    Formula One racing breeds a pace of innovation as speedy as the compact race cars which zoom around the track. With margins of mere seconds separating each ranking, slimming down the slivers of time between a win and a loss is imperative for each team.

    21 June 18 10:42 Written by Computerworld Staff
  • Tesla sues former employee over alleged data theft

    Tesla has sued a former employee claiming that he hacked the electric carmaker's trade secrets and transferred large amounts of company data to third parties, according to a lawsuit filed in US federal court in Nevada.

    21 June 18 10:36 Written by Reuters
  • Rabobank deploys VeloCloud SD-WAN from Telstra

    Rabobank, a major lender to the agricultural sector in New Zealand and Australia, has announced it will undertake digital transformation for its New Zealand regional network by deploying a VeloCloud software defined wide area network (SD-WAN) supplied by Telstra.

    21 June 18 09:40 Written by Stuart Corner
  • What is NVMe, and how is it changing enterprise storage?

    Non-Volatile Memory Express, or NVMe, is a protocol for accessing high-speed storage media that’s designed to reduce latency and increase system and application performance. NVMe is optimized for all-flash storage systems, and it’s aimed at enterprise workloads that require low latency and top performance, such as real-time data analytics and high-performance relational databases.

    20 June 18 20:00 Written by Ann Bednarz
  • Auckland autonomous vehicle maker scores Chinese investment

    Autonomous vehicle developer Ohmio Automotion, a subsidiary of Auckland based intelligent transport systems company HMI Technologies, has scored a $US20m investment from Chinese city, Heshan and will set up a manufacturing plant for autonomous vehicles and an artificial intelligence transport research centre in the Chinese city of Heshan.

    19 June 18 11:40 Written by Stuart Corner
  • Apple to fork out $9 million for misleading Australian consumers

    The Federal Court has found that Apple “engaged in misleading or deceptive conduct, or conduct that was likely to mislead or deceive” in connection with so-called ‘Error 53’, which was encountered by iPhone and iPad owners after the devices had been repaired by a third-party service.

    19 June 18 10:01 Written by Rohan Pearce
  • Which Macs will run Apple's macOS Mojave?

    The next version of Apple's desktop operating system arrives this fall. When it does, a number of Mac models won't be able to upgrade. Here's who's left out in the cold.

    19 June 18 02:34 Written by Gregg Keizer
  • Progressive web apps: The future of the web

    Debate has raged for the past decade about whether mobile web will dominate or whether mobile apps will prevail. The answer is that they’re not mutually exclusive and many companies need both.

    18 June 18 14:29 Written by Jason Wong, research vice president at Gartner
  • Mastercard tech chief: Every company should emulate Netflix

    As the financial services giant Mastercard continues to adapt to ever-changing consumer demands, the head of technology at the company has urged all companies to emulate Netflix when it comes to innovation.

    18 June 18 10:38 Written by Scott Carey
  • Waikato Uni deploys Tribal student info management system

    The University of Waikato has deployed Tribal Group’s SITS:Vision student management system (SMS), a move that Tribal says will enhance student outcomes by unifying student data to help inform decision making in areas such as student recruitment, student retention, student experience and student finance.

    15 June 18 17:44 Written by Stuart Corner
  • Techleaders sets out principles of digital transformation

    Techleaders, a national group of experts set up in September 2017 to help address tech related issues of national importance, has released a set of digital principles designed to support New Zealand’s transformation into a more digitally competitive nation by helping Kiwi businesses and government agencies commit to digital transformation.

    15 June 18 09:25 Written by Stuart Corner
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