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VMware makes enterprise blockchain platform available
The solution provides an extensible and scalable enterprise-grade platform to unlock data silos and free up data to flow securely, privately and instantaneously.
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Artificial Intelligence
GlobalData: Supply chains and the digital revolution
Companies are leveraging digital technologies in the supply chain to create new disruptive product offerings, services and business models.
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IBM named top industrial Blockchain-as-a-Service provider
ABI Research has released a new Industrial BaaS Competitive Assessment, analysing and ranking six industrial BaaS vendors, Alibaba, Amazon, IBM, Microsoft, Oracle and SAP.
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Blockchain revenues to near US$10B despite 2018 crypto winter
This year blockchain is starting to find its feet as innovators find the use-cases that suit the specific areas in which it can provide value.
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Seven mistakes to avoid in blockchain projects – Gartner
To successfully conduct a blockchain project, it is necessary to understand the root causes of failure.
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Why 90% of current enterprise blockchain platforms will require replacement - Gartner
“Many CIOs overestimate the capabilities and short-term benefits of blockchain as a technology."
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Blockchain could inject growth into the NZ economy
“We appeal to the government and Kiwi corporations to see blockchain as the next completely neutral public digital infrastructure."
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IDC: APeJ blockchain spending to grow over 80%
Blockchain spending is forecast to grow by 83.9% year over year in 2019, and 77.5% by 2022.
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Blockchain incubator set to bolster Australian industry
“Crypto SA Lab is about building a community and an industry in South Australia by providing these technical skills.”
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Hyundai works with IBM to create a new blockchain-based platform
The network for commercial financing will supposedly provide participants with a single view of all the transactions happening in the network.
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How Australia's energy market can be a case study for data rights
"There is clearly a need to rethink how electricity consumption information is exchanged."
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Rationalising blockchain’s increased focus on enterprise
Blockchain companies have started to rebrand and refocus on enterprise to showcase why blockchain is more than just bitcoin. 
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Infinito unveils all-in-one blockchain platform
Infinito aims to radically simplify the development of decentralised applications and blockchain services. 
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How Amazon aims to reinvent blockchain
Amazon QLDB is a new class of database that provides a transparent, immutable, and cryptographically verifiable ledger.
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Will blockchain be the next big thing in the healthcare sector?
"Organisations within the healthcare sphere are likely to take an ‘adopt with caution’ approach to the use of blockchain."
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Oracle unveils business-ready blockchain applications
Oracle Blockchain Applications enable customers to track products through the supply chain on a distributed ledger.
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Machine Learning
SAP boosts offerings with AI, ML and blockchain solutions
SAP has released a range of new products for the future of the enterprise, including expanding its cloud offerings and a new blockchain-aaS solution.
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Blockchain adoption ‘massively hyped’ with just 1% CIOs investing
​It’s been heralded as one of the more disruptive technologies to hit IT floors, but a Gartner study suggests blockchain is yet to gain real traction.
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Blockchain-as-a-Service: HPE unveils first member of blockchain portfolio
The Mission Critical DLT solution is a part of HPE’s overall strategy to bring enterprise-grade capability to blockchain workloads.