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Enterprise search doesn't diminish the need for repository governance
With enough sophistication in analysis, there is an argument to be made that search relevance can be inferred even from very "messy" sets of data.
Businesses must sharpen up before data swell, study shows
A decade that was centered around the conversion of analog data to digital is being replaced by an era focused on the value of data.
The tools you need to safely navigate an evolving threat landscape
Secure your information and your business with the right balance of people, processes and products.
70% of companies to move to software-defined storage within 12 months
A recent study released by enterprise open source infrastructure solution provider, SUSE, has made some interesting findings.
NZ data tech company launches in Australia with Asia expansion on horizon
Fulcrum aims to transform the data landscape and fundamentally change the way organisations use their data.
The biggest tech & digital trends we're getting excited about this year
We’re at a huge moment in time for the digital and technology world. With new ideas testing the boundaries, we’re entering an exciting new phase.
Intel's CEO says data is 'the most important force in technology'
“If the market doesn’t generate data, analyse data or use data to drive action, we won’t play in it."
The continuous subtleties of data privacy and security
They include considering where the creator of the data existed at the time the data was formed.
Are you guilty? Australia's most overused words on LinkedIn profiles
Australia’s most overused words on LinkedIn profiles have just been revealed, one of which didn’t make the top 10 last year.
How is software-defined storage an opportunity for resellers?
Greg Wyman, ioFABRIC Asia Pacific vice president outlines why software defined storage is an opportunity for local resellers.
How workforce supply data can effectively drive workforce planning strategies
In a perfect world, the data residing in each of a business’ information systems would be completely accurate, updated, and easily accessible.
Vodafone's two cents on what lies ahead for tech
The days of the middle aged male-dominated tech arena might be coming to a slow end.
Interaction data key to improving university student success
The burning question remains as a new academic year dawns – how can universities make engagement more meaningful and improve student outcomes?
Alibaba Cloud on a mission to boost Singapore’s smart computing and data-driven capabilities
“Singapore has been a pioneer in fostering innovation and technological disruption in Asia. We are proud to contribute to the nation’s development."
Exclusive - IoT: Are we deaf to the machines?
From the devices in our homes, our cars, our work and even to the devices we wear, they are all talking - why are we wasting this useful information?
67,000 Kiwis hunting free mobile data
This time those people wandering around with phones are not trying to catch cutesy fictional characters. They're after free 2degrees mobile data.
The 2017 National Disaster Recovery Survey - win $200
Is your current disaster recovery solution suitable for your needs? Take this simple survey and be in to win $200.
Public will have access to NZ Police online crime data
"The interactive tool that will provide the public with access to a range of easily accessible information about victims, offenders and crime trends."
Digital society: Who owns the data, anyway?
In the traditional world, we would manage most of the relevant business information within the organisation.
How the University of Melbourne's data backup puts consolidation front and centre
As a research institution that is ranked in the top 50 worldwide, the University of Melbourne takes data backup consolidation seriously.
What to choose: Better data, or better algorithms?
Naturally, there are many detection tool categories, and plenty of other yet-unnamed ones.
All grown up: A look into Trade Me's DNA
“We’re not cowboys with the way we access the information and we have a strong sense of responsibility when accessing and analysing data."
Microsoft: Data and data centers to drive fourth industrial revolution
“Tremendous amounts of energy will be required to power this data-driven revolution. Leading cloud companies have a responsibility to address this."
Expert insights: Data is the untapped opportunity for resellers
Every successful company collects data, which is processed, analysed and transformed into information for real business value. How can you use it?