Data-driven automation stories
Data security taking centre stage in Australia's real estate digital transformation
Data security becomes a key priority amid the digital transformation of Australia's real estate industry, to counter cyber threats.
How improved air quality aids patient recovery and satisfaction
Using air quality sensors and data-driven video technology (AI combined with video), hospitals can proactively monitor air quality and identify risks.
The future of data science lies in automation
Data science is a wide-ranging field that has found successful applications in both scientific and business domains.
Clearlake and TA backed company Precisely acquires Winshuttle for automation and data management
Clearlake and TA backed company Precisely has announced the acquisition of automation and data management software provider Winshuttle.
City council in Queensland goes digital with Rubrik
Redland City Council in Queensland has implemented Rubrik's data protection solution to free up its IT team for more innovative projects.
Rebellious robots: the latest in robotic research
The latest in human-robot research is a handheld robot that is designed to try and frustrate its human counterpart in a bid to develop robotic cooperation.
Volvo reveals new Android-powered infotainment system
Volvo launches XC40 with new Google-powered infotainment system, offering Android integration and OTA updates.
Why Australian employees are unafraid of automation
Robotic automation gains ground in Australia, with 88% workers facing task automation.
Why businesses must embrace automation to ensure success
Automation reshapes work: 45% to freelance by 2023, says Upstream CEO.
What industry 4.0 means for manufacturing businesses
The industrial control and factory automation market is expected to grow from US$160 billion in 2018 to US$269 billion by 2024.
Exclusive: The bumpy road to business automation
Samanage CTO discusses the challenges of AI and automation deployment and offers best practices for successful implementation.
Automation Anywhere announces new digital workers
Automation Anywhere has unveiled human-centric digital workers to help organisations automate repetitive tasks and accelerate digital transformation.
Automation Anywhere launches an online hub for RPA businesses
Apeople provides Automation Anywhere customers and partners with a unified business platform.
Flexera makes power play with BDNA acquisition
The company says the acquisition will make it the world's largest technology asset data platform.