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Zendesk expands AWS support for customer data accessibility
Native connector for Amazon EventBridge allows easy access to customer experience data across the organisation.
Denodo top rated for data integration in Gartner Peer Insights
The data virtualisation company scored the highest in four out of five categories, with a 4.9/5 overall rating.
Gartner: Cloud set to take over the database market
On-premises database management system revenue continues to decrease as the market shifts to the cloud.
The Linux Foundation backs FATE, an AI-powered data modelling framework
FATE is an open-source project initiated by Chinese digital bank WeBank's AI Group to provide a secure computing framework for building the federated AI ecosystem.
IDC: IoT expected to generate 79.4ZB of data in 2025
The number of devices connected to the Internet, including the machines, sensors, and cameras continues to grow at a steady pace.
Critical lessons businesses can learn from Huawei - Memset
“Data sovereignty is important and should not just be an afterthought."
Western Digital goes all in on Zoned Storage to face zettabyte era
Zoned storage architecture leverages standardisation of ZNS and SMR enabling more efficient, zettabyte-scale architectures for data centre customers.
Veeam study outlines 'four Cs' of business intelligence
Businesses are losing at least US$20 million every year because they can’t meet users’ demands for uninterrupted access to data and applications.
Only one in four Kiwis trust organisations to protect personal data
“Trust is absolutely critical for organisations to succeed in this digital world."
Informatica deepens integration with Google Cloud
The data management company has connected its solutions with Google Cloud’s big data analytics solutions.
Qlik appoints former OneLogin VP as its new APAC leader
“I’m excited about the opportunity to expand Qlik’s business in this diverse market and region,” says Thomas.
Teradata leads data management, according to Gartner report
As part of the report, Gartner evaluated 19 vendors against data warehouse use cases, including traditional use cases, real-time, logical, and context-independent.
University of Kansas becomes lead agency for Kansas State Data Center program
The University of Kansas’ Institute for Policy and Social Research (IPSR) is now the lead agency for Kansas' State Data Center Program.
Talend named a Gartner MQ leader for data quality tools
Gartner has named Talend a leader in the 2019 Magic Quadrant for Data Quality tools.
Better data management: Whose job is it?
An Experian executive’s practical advice on how to structure data-management roles within a modern business environment.
Why data management challenges cost organisations US$2 million a year
Companies that fail to address their data management issues risk significant longer-term damage to their business.
Nine reasons distributors need an analytics upgrade
“Traditional data management solutions are no longer sufficient for distributors in today’s fast-moving environment.”
New analysis paints a grim picture of data management pre-GDPR
Redscan’s data reveals most data breach reports were late and incomplete, and that GDPR is not necessarily the panacea solution.
Talend appoints first A/NZ channel and alliances manager
As the company’s presence in the region has grown its partner ecosystem has expanded. Helen Larcos takes up the mantle to handle this growth.
Why the data warehouse is back and better than ever
"The transformation begins by empowering employees to access a deep pool of data."
Qlik spends $560m on acquisition of Attunity
The acquisition provides Qlik with an expanded breadth of enterprise data management capabilities and adds an experienced team of data professionals.
Cloud data warehouse trends and best practices
"TDWI sees a wide range of data-driven IT systems moving to the cloud aggressively, and this includes the data warehouse."
Pure Storage expands enterprise data management solutions
It has integrated StorReduce technologies for a cloud-native back up platform, and expanded its data fabric solution for cloud-based applications.
Microsoft urges organisations to tackle data blindspots
Despite significant focus placed on CX transformation, over a third of Australian organisations claimed that more than one in five of their projects failed.