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Finance execs struggle with lack of real-time data, says Workday
A new report from Workday suggests that large enterprises are increasingly looking to move their finance systems to the cloud.
How to create safer roads for Kiwis
The New Zealand Transport Authority partnered with Catalyst and Orbica to revolutionise NZ's Crash Analysis System.
Board International looks to accelerate APAC momentum with new channel appointments
"We are committed to serving our channel partners and customers with the best resources and support available."
Veritas launches enterprise data services platform
“Infrastructure complexity is damaging IT’s ability to meet the demands of today’s always-on enterprise.”
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.
Check Point launches cloud security analytics solution
CloudGuard Log.ic detects cloud anomalies, blocks threats and intrusions, and delivers context-rich visualisations.
Poor data mastery impacting ability to drive value from analytics - Oracle
"These findings suggest that organisations are still being overwhelmed by the data deluge faced."
Newtech's new partnership to deliver analytics and reporting tools to APAC
"Being able to offer this level of analytics at an affordable price to smaller and mid-sized customers who want easy to understand reporting and dashboards on all calls to their business, not just call centre queues, is something we are delighted to offer."
SAS rallying analytics experts to fight the opioid epidemic
This group is one example of how analytics can be used to solve serious societal issues.
IRD issues more than $80 million of refunds in one week
The first two batches of automatic tax assessments have been successfully issued by Inland Revenue.
IGEL & ControlUp bring analytics to endpoints everywhere
The strategic partnership allows IGEL to integrate with ControlUp’s real-time monitoring and analytics capabilities via the IGEL Universal Management Suite (UMS).
Kiwi software company aims to improve global customer experience
Plexure has developed an intelligent technology platform that powers mobile marketing.
Nuix eyes legal sector as eDiscovery demand skyrockets
eDiscovery must encompass so much more than email and documents. If you haven’t looked at text messages and online chats, digital images, mobile devices, data in the cloud and social media, you’re not getting the whole story.
New ACS report reveals challenges ahead for blockchain
“Blockchain has some way to go before it becomes a mainstream technology."
Why NZ businesses have less than two years to adopt digital before disruption hits
Research found that digital disruption is already impacting two-thirds of New Zealand organisations.
Integrating data into decision-making from the ground up
In order to implement a change that can be sustained, organisations need to find a way to embed it into their culture.
AI's lack of intuition is where humans excel best
Could you trust machines to make business decisions with the right amount of judgement and contextual understand that humans can? Not yet.
Deakin Uni scores double win with Exabeam partnership
Australia’s Deakin University is partnering with SIEM security company Exabeam in an effort to boost the university’s cybersecurity degree program and strengthen its SIEM capabilities.
New Zealand Govt announces cloud framework agreement with SAP
"Data-driven solutions are the most powerful way to solve some of society’s most pressing problems."
HPE to acquire supercomputing leader Cray
“Cray is a global technology leader in supercomputing and shares our deep commitment to innovation."
Using data science to improve threat prevention
With a large amount of good quality data and strong algorithms, companies can develop highly effective protective measures.
Interview: Understanding the difference between analytics and AI
"Artificial intelligence is defined as a computer making choices a human would normally make, however, that could mean a lot of things."
Flying high: How airline Scoot enhances the customer experience
Singapore Airlines’ low-cost arm Scoot has selected Dell Boomi’s platform help it better understand its customers – and its own business.
How digital transformation will increase revenue for the Australian construction industry
“We hope the report will provide industry, government and the education sector with information about how technology is being adopted."