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  • New: By measuring the brain activity of monkeys, scientists have established that it takes just 205 single brain cells to process an image – much simpler than originally thought. This finding opens up a new world of face recognition algorithms used in machine learning and artificial intelligence ripe for commercial application. Your imagination can go wild thinking of everyday applications, but consider its use in forensics where the face of a criminal could be reconstructed by analysing a witness’s brain activity. The following article was originally published on LinkedIn by Munish Mehta. Munish is a Data Scientist and Advanced Analytics Practice Lead at Satalsyt. For a long time, scientists have been researching how a brain stores and recognises images. Before now, researchers in this area had identified regions of the brain associated with visual processing but were unable to demonstrate how. The key to solving this puzzle was understanding brain cells called neurons. A neuron is a
  • Old: A recent engagement with a health organisation had me thinking about the amount of data that’s generated by a single patient as they move through the continuum of a hospital’s system. According to AIHW, over 20,000 people a day present to the ED at public hospitals across Australia. And WA has one of the highest rates (~53 percent) of ED presentations resulting in a hospital admission. It’s hard to fathom just how much data is generated. But more importantly, how’s that data being managed and what business intelligence opportunities are being derived from all that data? Enable your business with robust data governance and a single source of truth Disparate systems and lack of interoperability Like any large organisation, a hospital has many information systems. Even in the same building, different information systems might be used for different service delivery activities – such as ambulance, emergency, admissions, pharmacy, inventory and so on. But these systems don’t necessarily
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  • New: A recent engagement with a health organisation had me thinking about the amount of data that’s generated by a single patient as they move through the continuum of a hospital’s system. According to AIHW, over 20,000 people a day present to the ED at public hospitals across Australia. And WA has one of the highest rates (~53 percent) of ED presentations resulting in a hospital admission. It’s hard to fathom just how much data is generated. But more importantly, how’s that data being managed and what business intelligence opportunities are being derived from all that data? Enable your business with robust data governance and a single source of truth Disparate systems and lack of interoperability Like any large organisation, a hospital has many information systems. Even in the same building, different information systems might be used for different service delivery activities – such as ambulance, emergency, admissions, pharmacy, inventory and so on. But these systems don’t necessarily
  • Old: A recent engagement with a health organisation had me thinking about the amount of data that’s generated by a single patient as they move through the continuum of a hospital’s system. According to AIHW, over 20,000 people a day present to the ED at public hospitals across Australia. And WA has one of the highest rates (~53 percent) of ED presentations resulting in a hospital admission. It’s hard to fathom just how much data is generated. But more importantly, what business intelligence opportunities are being derived from all that data? Disparate systems and lack of interoperability Like any large organisation, a hospital has many information systems. Even in the same building, different information systems might be used for different service delivery activities – such as ambulance, emergency, admissions, pharmacy, inventory and so on. But these systems don’t necessarily talk to each other. A perfect scenario for creating data silos. The value of data silos is limited A data silo
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  • New: A recent engagement with a health organisation had me thinking about the amount of data that’s generated by a single patient as they move through the continuum of a hospital’s system. According to AIHW, over 20,000 people a day present to the ED at public hospitals across Australia. And WA has one of the highest rates (~53 percent) of ED presentations resulting in a hospital admission. It’s hard to fathom just how much data is generated. But more importantly, how’s that data being managed and what business intelligence opportunities are being derived from all that data? Enable your business with robust data governance and a single source of truth Disparate systems and lack of interoperability Like any large organisation, a hospital has many information systems. Even in the same building, different information systems might be used for different service delivery activities – such as ambulance, emergency, admissions, pharmacy, inventory and so on. But these systems don’t necessarily
  • Old: A recent engagement with a health organisation had me thinking about the amount of data that’s generated by a single patient as they move through the continuum of a hospital’s system. According to AIHW, over 20,000 people a day present to the ED at public hospitals across Australia. And WA has one of the highest rates (~53 percent) of ED presentations resulting in a hospital admission. It’s hard to fathom just how much data is generated. But more importantly, what business intelligence opportunities are being derived from all that data? Disparate systems and lack of interoperability Like any large organisation, a hospital has many information systems. Even in the same building, different information systems might be used for different service delivery activities – such as ambulance, emergency, admissions, pharmacy, inventory and so on. But these systems don’t necessarily talk to each other. A perfect scenario for creating data silos. The value of data silos is limited A data silo
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  • New: A recent engagement with a health organisation had me thinking about the amount of data that’s generated by a single patient as they move through the continuum of a hospital’s system. According to AIHW, over 20,000 people a day present to the ED at public hospitals across Australia. And WA has one of the highest rates (~53 percent) of ED presentations resulting in a hospital admission. It’s hard to fathom just how much data is generated. But more importantly, what business intelligence opportunities are being derived from all that data? Disparate systems and lack of interoperability Like any large organisation, a hospital has many information systems. Even in the same building, different information systems might be used for different service delivery activities – such as ambulance, emergency, admissions, pharmacy, inventory and so on. But these systems don’t necessarily talk to each other. A perfect scenario for creating data silos. The value of data silos is limited A data silo
  • Old: Last year, Microsoft announced the deprecation of Windows Azure Active Directory Sync (“DirSync”) and Azure Active Directory Sync (“Azure AD Sync”). Today, the tools reach end of support. According to Microsoft’s deprecation schedule, DirSync/Azure AD Sync will continue to work until 31 December at which time Azure AD will no longer accept communications from DirSync/Azure AD Sync. To be able to continue to synchronise your on-premises identity data to Azure AD and Office 365, an upgrade to Azure AD Connect is necessary. Azure AD Connect is the successor to DirSync and Azure AD Sync and combines all scenarios these two tools supported. Need help migrating to Azure AD Connect? Not a problem, we are here to help. Call our friendly team on 08 9355 2807 or email us at sales@satalyst.com
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  • New: A recent engagement with a health organisation had me thinking about the amount of data that’s generated by a single patient as they move through the continuum of a hospital’s system. According to AIHW, over 20,000 people a day present to the ED at public hospitals across Australia. And WA has one of the highest rates (~53 percent) of ED presentations resulting in a hospital admission. It’s hard to fathom just how much data is generated. But more importantly, what business intelligence opportunities are being derived from all that data? Disparate systems and lack of interoperability Like any large organisation, a hospital has many information systems. Even in the same building, different information systems might be used for different service delivery activities – such as ambulance, emergency, admissions, pharmacy, inventory and so on. But these systems don’t necessarily talk to each other. A perfect scenario for creating data silos. The value of data silos is limited A data silo
  • Old: Last year, Microsoft announced the deprecation of Windows Azure Active Directory Sync (“DirSync”) and Azure Active Directory Sync (“Azure AD Sync”). Today, the tools reach end of support. According to Microsoft’s deprecation schedule, DirSync/Azure AD Sync will continue to work until 31 December at which time Azure AD will no longer accept communications from DirSync/Azure AD Sync. To be able to continue to synchronise your on-premises identity data to Azure AD and Office 365, an upgrade to Azure AD Connect is necessary. Azure AD Connect is the successor to DirSync and Azure AD Sync and combines all scenarios these two tools supported. Need help migrating to Azure AD Connect? Not a problem, we are here to help. Call our friendly team on 08 9355 2807 or email us at sales@satalyst.com
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  • New: Last year, Microsoft announced the deprecation of Windows Azure Active Directory Sync (“DirSync”) and Azure Active Directory Sync (“Azure AD Sync”). Today, the tools reach end of support. According to Microsoft’s deprecation schedule, DirSync/Azure AD Sync will continue to work until 31 December at which time Azure AD will no longer accept communications from DirSync/Azure AD Sync. To be able to continue to synchronise your on-premises identity data to Azure AD and Office 365, an upgrade to Azure AD Connect is necessary. Azure AD Connect is the successor to DirSync and Azure AD Sync and combines all scenarios these two tools supported. Need help migrating to Azure AD Connect? Not a problem, we are here to help. Call our friendly team on 08 9355 2807 or email us at sales@satalyst.com
  • Old: DeepSensor Conference 6-7 April 2017 Perth Convention and Exhibition Centre The DeepSensor conference is running concurrently with the inaugural Festival of the Web. With a specialised focus on the Internet of Things in Mining, Oil and Gas, the conference will bring together experts, producers and suppliers to share insights into the continuing deployment of IoT in these crucial industries. Satalyst – invited speaker Leveraging the power of platforms for IoT with Microsoft Azure Martin Abbott Martin is the Chief Technology Officer of Satalyst Pty Ltd, a niche and agile IT services company at forefront of the latest technologies and innovative thinking. Martin has been in the software development industry in the UK and Australia for over 20 years, with the past 15 years as an architect designing and developing software and integration solutions for a diverse range of organisations and industries including resources, financial services and government.   Martin’s knowledge extends ac
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  • New: Last year, Microsoft announced the deprecation of Windows Azure Active Directory Sync (“DirSync”) and Azure Active Directory Sync (“Azure AD Sync”). Today, the tools reach end of support. According to Microsoft’s deprecation schedule, DirSync/Azure AD Sync will continue to work until 31 December at which time Azure AD will no longer accept communications from DirSync/Azure AD Sync. To be able to continue to synchronise your on-premises identity data to Azure AD and Office 365, an upgrade to Azure AD Connect is necessary. Azure AD Connect is the successor to DirSync and Azure AD Sync and combines all scenarios these two tools supported. Need help migrating to Azure AD Connect? Not a problem, we are here to help. Call our friendly team on 08 9355 2807 or email us at sales@satalyst.com
  • Old: DeepSensor Conference 6-7 April 2017 Perth Convention and Exhibition Centre The DeepSensor conference is running concurrently with the inaugural Festival of the Web. With a specialised focus on the Internet of Things in Mining, Oil and Gas, the conference will bring together experts, producers and suppliers to share insights into the continuing deployment of IoT in these crucial industries. Satalyst – invited speaker Leveraging the power of platforms for IoT with Microsoft Azure Martin Abbott Martin is the Chief Technology Officer of Satalyst Pty Ltd, a niche and agile IT services company at forefront of the latest technologies and innovative thinking. Martin has been in the software development industry in the UK and Australia for over 20 years, with the past 15 years as an architect designing and developing software and integration solutions for a diverse range of organisations and industries including resources, financial services and government.   Martin’s knowledge extends ac
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  • New: Last year, Microsoft announced the deprecation of Windows Azure Active Directory Sync (“DirSync”) and Azure Active Directory Sync (“Azure AD Sync”). Today, the tools reach end of support. According to Microsoft’s deprecation schedule, DirSync/Azure AD Sync will continue to work until 31 December at which time Azure AD will no longer accept communications from DirSync/Azure AD Sync. To be able to continue to synchronise your on-premises identity data to Azure AD and Office 365, an upgrade to Azure AD Connect is necessary. Azure AD Connect is the successor to DirSync and Azure AD Sync and combines all scenarios these two tools supported. Need help migrating to Azure AD Connect? Not a problem, we are here to help. Call our friendly team on 08 9355 2807 or email us at sales@satalyst.com
  • Old: DeepSensor Conference 6-7 April 2017 Perth Convention and Exhibition Centre The DeepSensor conference is running concurrently with the inaugural Festival of the Web. With a specialised focus on the Internet of Things in Mining, Oil and Gas, the conference will bring together experts, producers and suppliers to share insights into the continuing deployment of IoT in these crucial industries. Satalyst – invited speaker Leveraging the power of platforms for IoT with Microsoft Azure Martin Abbott Martin is the Chief Technology Officer of Satalyst Pty Ltd, a niche and agile IT services company at forefront of the latest technologies and innovative thinking. Martin has been in the software development industry in the UK and Australia for over 20 years, with the past 15 years as an architect designing and developing software and integration solutions for a diverse range of organisations and industries including resources, financial services and government.   Martin’s knowledge extends ac
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  • New: Last year, Microsoft announced the deprecation of Windows Azure Active Directory Sync (“DirSync”) and Azure Active Directory Sync (“Azure AD Sync”). Today, the tools reach end of support. According to Microsoft’s deprecation schedule, DirSync/Azure AD Sync will continue to work until 31 December at which time Azure AD will no longer accept communications from DirSync/Azure AD Sync. To be able to continue to synchronise your on-premises identity data to Azure AD and Office 365, an upgrade to Azure AD Connect is necessary. Azure AD Connect is the successor to DirSync and Azure AD Sync and combines all scenarios these two tools supported. Need help migrating to Azure AD Connect? Not a problem, we are here to help. Call our friendly team on 08 9355 2807 or email us at sales@satalyst.com
  • Old: DeepSensor Conference 6-7 April 2017 Perth Convention and Exhibition Centre The DeepSensor conference is running concurrently with the inaugural Festival of the Web. With a specialised focus on the Internet of Things in Mining, Oil and Gas, the conference will bring together experts, producers and suppliers to share insights into the continuing deployment of IoT in these crucial industries. Satalyst – invited speaker Leveraging the power of platforms for IoT with Microsoft Azure Martin Abbott Martin is the Chief Technology Officer of Satalyst Pty Ltd, a niche and agile IT services company at forefront of the latest technologies and innovative thinking. Martin has been in the software development industry in the UK and Australia for over 20 years, with the past 15 years as an architect designing and developing software and integration solutions for a diverse range of organisations and industries including resources, financial services and government.   Martin’s knowledge extends ac
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  • New: DeepSensor Conference 6-7 April 2017 Perth Convention and Exhibition Centre The DeepSensor conference is running concurrently with the inaugural Festival of the Web. With a specialised focus on the Internet of Things in Mining, Oil and Gas, the conference will bring together experts, producers and suppliers to share insights into the continuing deployment of IoT in these crucial industries. Satalyst – invited speaker Leveraging the power of platforms for IoT with Microsoft Azure Martin Abbott Martin is the Chief Technology Officer of Satalyst Pty Ltd, a niche and agile IT services company
  • Old: DeepSensor Conference 6-7 April 2017 Perth Convention and Exhibition Centre Running concurrently with the inaugural Festival of the Web, The Internet of Things in Mining Oil and Gas DeepSensor Conference will bring together experts, producers and suppliers to share insights into the continuing deployment of IoT in these crucial industries. Satalyst – invited speaker   Satalyst CTO and Azure MVP, Martin Abbott, has been invited to present on Azure IoT platform and services. There will be plenty of opportunity for questions, with Martin participating with partners and conference co-chair, A
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  • New: DeepSensor Conference 6-7 April 2017 Perth Convention and Exhibition Centre The DeepSensor conference is running concurrently with the inaugural Festival of the Web. With a specialised focus on the Internet of Things in Mining, Oil and Gas, the conference will bring together experts, producers and suppliers to share insights into the continuing deployment of IoT in these crucial industries. Satalyst – invited speaker Leveraging the power of platforms for IoT with Microsoft Azure Martin Abbott Martin is the Chief Technology Officer of Satalyst Pty Ltd, a niche and agile IT services company
  • Old: DeepSensor Conference 6-7 April 2017 Perth Convention and Exhibition Centre Running concurrently with the inaugural Festival of the Web, The Internet of Things in Mining Oil and Gas DeepSensor Conference will bring together experts, producers and suppliers to share insights into the continuing deployment of IoT in these crucial industries. Satalyst – invited speaker   Satalyst CTO and Azure MVP, Martin Abbott, has been invited to present on Azure IoT platform and services. There will be plenty of opportunity for questions, with Martin participating with partners and conference co-chair, A
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  • New: DeepSensor Conference 6-7 April 2017 Perth Convention and Exhibition Centre The DeepSensor conference is running concurrently with the inaugural Festival of the Web. With a specialised focus on the Internet of Things in Mining, Oil and Gas, the conference will bring together experts, producers and suppliers to share insights into the continuing deployment of IoT in these crucial industries. Satalyst – invited speaker Leveraging the power of platforms for IoT with Microsoft Azure Martin Abbott Martin is the Chief Technology Officer of Satalyst Pty Ltd, a niche and agile IT services company
  • Old: Satalyst is proud to announce Mike Gordon has been appointed to the position of Sales Director and commenced in his new role 20 Feb 2017. Mike has an extensive and successful 20+ year career working in commercial IT business development roles in Australia, Singapore, and Hong Kong. Mike’s has enjoyed large stints with Fujitsu, CSC, and Department of IT for WA Government and brings a wealth of knowledge and experience to the Satalyst team. Mike’s LinkedIn profile.  
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  • New: DeepSensor Conference 6-7 April 2017 Perth Convention and Exhibition Centre The DeepSensor conference is running concurrently with the inaugural Festival of the Web. With a specialised focus on the Internet of Things in Mining, Oil and Gas, the conference will bring together experts, producers and suppliers to share insights into the continuing deployment of IoT in these crucial industries. Satalyst – invited speaker Leveraging the power of platforms for IoT with Microsoft Azure Martin Abbott Martin is the Chief Technology Officer of Satalyst Pty Ltd, a niche and agile IT services company
  • Old: Satalyst is proud to announce Mike Gordon has been appointed to the position of Sales Director and commenced in his new role 20 Feb 2017. Mike has an extensive and successful 20+ year career working in commercial IT business development roles in Australia, Singapore, and Hong Kong. Mike’s has enjoyed large stints with Fujitsu, CSC, and Department of IT for WA Government and brings a wealth of knowledge and experience to the Satalyst team. Mike’s LinkedIn profile.  
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  • New: DeepSensor Conference 6-7 April 2017 Perth Convention and Exhibition Centre Running concurrently with the inaugural Festival of the Web, The Internet of Things in Mining Oil and Gas DeepSensor Conference will bring together experts, producers and suppliers to share insights into the continuing deployment of IoT in these crucial industries. Satalyst – invited speaker   Satalyst CTO and Azure MVP, Martin Abbott, has been invited to present on Azure IoT platform and services. There will be plenty of opportunity for questions, with Martin participating with partners and conference co-chair, A
  • Old: Satalyst is proud to announce Mike Gordon has been appointed to the position of Sales Director and commenced in his new role 20 Feb 2017. Mike has an extensive and successful 20+ year career working in commercial IT business development roles in Australia, Singapore, and Hong Kong. Mike’s has enjoyed large stints with Fujitsu, CSC, and Department of IT for WA Government and brings a wealth of knowledge and experience to the Satalyst team. Mike’s LinkedIn profile.  
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  • New: Satalyst is proud to announce Mike Gordon has been appointed to the position of Sales Director and commenced in his new role 20 Feb 2017. Mike has an extensive and successful 20+ year career working in commercial IT business development roles in Australia, Singapore, and Hong Kong. Mike’s has enjoyed large stints with Fujitsu, CSC, and Department of IT for WA Government and brings a wealth of knowledge and experience to the Satalyst team. Mike’s LinkedIn profile.  
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  • New: Satalyst is proud to announce Mike Gordon has been appointed to the position of Sales Director and commenced in his new role 20 Feb 2017. Mike has an extensive and successful 20+ year career working in commercial IT business development roles in Australia, Singapore, and Hong Kong. Mike’s has enjoyed large stints with Fijitsu, CSC, and Department of IT for WA Government and brings a wealth of knowledge and experience to the Satalyst team. Mike’s LinedIn profile.  
  • Old: PERTH 31 December 2017 – SATALYST PTY LTD (www.satalyst.com) Technology developed in Perth is playing a key role in helping the South Australian Government plan and shape the future of some of the state’s biggest tourism events. Using technology developed by Perth business solutions company Satalyst, the South Australian Tourism Commission (SATC) is undertaking a digital transformation of major international events, including the 2017 Santos Tour Down Under, which finished last week. As part of its ongoing partnership with SATC and the Tour Down Under, Satalyst provided new technology to
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  • New: PERTH 31 December 2017 – SATALYST PTY LTD (www.satalyst.com) Technology developed in Perth is playing a key role in helping the South Australian Government plan and shape the future of some of the state’s biggest tourism events. Using technology developed by Perth business solutions company Satalyst, the South Australian Tourism Commission (SATC) is undertaking a digital transformation of major international events, including the 2017 Santos Tour Down Under, which finished last week. As part of its ongoing partnership with SATC and the Tour Down Under, Satalyst provided new technology to
  • Old: The Minimum Viable Product – MVP I recently encountered the phrase, “full-featured MVP”. Is there such a thing as a full-featured MVP?  Or is this the ultimate paradox in product development? What is a minimum viable product? The term Minimum Viable Product (MVP) is defined by Eric Ries as, “that version of a new product which allows a team to collect the maximum amount of validated customer learning with the least effort.” It all starts with an idea – an idea for a product that you think people want. The fundamental question we need an answer to (and quickly), is whether a sustainable bu
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  • New: The Minimum Viable Product – MVP I recently encountered the phrase, “full-featured MVP”. Is there such a thing as a full-featured MVP?  Or is this the ultimate paradox in product development? What is a minimum viable product? The term Minimum Viable Product (MVP) is defined by Eric Ries as, “that version of a new product which allows a team to collect the maximum amount of validated customer learning with the least effort.” It all starts with an idea – an idea for a product that you think people want. The fundamental question we need an answer to (and quickly), is whether a sustainable bu
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  • New: For a number of years now, we’ve been applying Agile principles in our Satalyst approach to solution delivery. What is Agile? The Oxford dictionary defines agility as: Agility in the context of solution delivery promotes: early and continuous delivery; maximising customer involvement and satisfaction; embracing change; and rapid, well-informed responses to change. Satalyst’s lean-thinking Agile Project Management approach takes agility one step further – maximising early-delivery of high business value and client satisfaction, with the least amount of effort and expense. Does your organis
  • Old: For a number of years now, we’ve been applying Agile principles in our Satalyst approach to solution delivery. What is Agile? The Oxford dictionary defines agility as: Agility in the context of solution delivery promotes: early and continuous delivery; maximising customer involvement and satisfaction; embracing change; and rapid, well-informed responses to change. Satalyst’s lean-thinking Agile Project Management approach takes agility one step further – maximising early-delivery of high business value and client satisfaction, with the least amount of effort and expense. Does your organis
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  • New: For a number of years now, we’ve been applying Agile principles in our Satalyst approach to solution delivery. What is Agile? The Oxford dictionary defines agility as: Agility in the context of solution delivery promotes: early and continuous delivery; maximising customer involvement and satisfaction; embracing change; and rapid, well-informed responses to change. Satalyst’s lean-thinking Agile Project Management approach takes agility one step further – maximising early-delivery of high business value and client satisfaction, with the least amount of effort and expense. Does your organis
  • Old: Fun with Azure Click here to view Episode 3   News Items Azure Usage and Billing portal Last year the Azure Resource Usage and RateCard APIs were released, now the Developer Experience team has open sourced a Usage and Billing portal that provides a veneer across the API allowing you to see the usage across your subscriptions. (https://azure.microsoft.com/en-us/blog/announcing-the-release-of-the-azure-usage-and-billing-portal/) AppSource A big announcement at WPC was the release of AppSource, a marketplace to help users find and evaluate SaaS solutions built by ISVs on top of Microsoft se

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