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TCG Process expands international presence into ANZ market

TCG Process expands international presence into ANZ market

TCG Process announces the selection of Frank Volckmar to lead the sales, marketing, professional services and customer support operations Australia and New Zealand. As its customer base and opportunities have grown, TCG Process made a strategic decision to expand global operations in Australia and New Zealand with Volckmar at the helm. With subsidiaries in Germany, Poland, Portugal, Chile, Brazil,...

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AIICT announces Certified Data Science Professional course featuring Microsoft content

AIICT announces Certified Data Science Professional course featuring Microsoft content

The Australian Institute of ICT (AIICT) has announced today a new ‘Certified Data Science Professional’ course featuring Microsoft certification content for Data Science. AIICT is a start-up launched in 2019 by DDLS, one of Australia’s largest providers of corporate IT and cybersecurity training, and Microsoft Gold Learning Partner. The course is designed specifically for aspiring...

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Deakin University students migrate to the Cloud with the Brightspace Platform

Deakin University students migrate to the Cloud with the Brightspace Platform

Australia’s top public university for overall student experience, Deakin University, has successfully transitioned its 60,000-plus student body to online learning, and migrated its Brightspace learning management system (LMS) to the cloud. In March, as COVID-19 shut down its four physical campuses, Deakin rapidly transitioned its entire cohort of students and staff to its digital campus,...

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Uber wins appeal for licence to operate in London

Uber wins appeal for licence to operate in London

Uber on Monday won a London court appeal, allowing the US ride-hailing giant to operate in the British capital for the next 18 months, after a judge ruled it was a “fit and proper” firm despite safety concerns. The company, which has 3.5 million customers and 45,000 drivers in the British capital, has now overturned...

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Facebook, YouTube, Twitter accept hate speech audits to appease advertisers

Facebook, YouTube, Twitter accept hate speech audits to appease advertisers

Facebook, YouTube and Twitter have agreed to allow outsiders to audit how they handle harmful content such as hate speech following a boycott of their platforms by major advertisers. The World Federation of Advertisers (WFA) announced a deal on Wednesday that will see the platforms adopt common definitions and reporting standards for harmful content. The...

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TikTok: Suicide video spread was a ‘coordinated attack’

TikTok: Suicide video spread was a ‘coordinated attack’

TikTok said that a suicide video that circulated on its platform earlier this month was uploaded as part of a “coordinated effort” by bad actors. The company struggled to remove the graphic and disturbing video, which showed a man shooting himself with a gun. The man originally live-streamed his suicide on Facebook in late August,...

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