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Cloud-based data warehousing at the heart of today’s enterprise - Snowflake
Becoming a data-centric organisation has become an aspiration and a goal for thousands of Australian enterprises.
Enterprises must get serious about data governance - Ecosystm
Just as health records being found in a dumpster was a risk in the 20th century, the risks of sloppy data management are real and rising.
Five steps to help improve data integrity in your organisation - Talend
Less than one in three (29%) of data operational workers are confident that data within their organisation is always accurate and up to date.
How the evolution of data will virtually transform our businesses - Denodo
It has become evident that our attitude to data, and how it serves us, has changed dramatically.
Limiting access key to minimising data breaches, says expert
"When a company provides only a minimum amount of access needed for the employees to fulfil their roles, the risk of wide-spread breach greatly diminishes."
Western Digital capitalises on the data economy with new ActiveScale capabilities
Western Digital has extended the capabilities of ActiveScale storage system portfolio in order to provide more options for exabyte-scale data growth.
Mistrust amongst organisations when it comes to data, survey finds
"The different levels of confidence displayed by people at a management level and operational data workers are not surprising, but it is definitely worrying."
10 ways to benefit from the emerging ‘data nation’ - Snowflake
Data is opening up new opportunities for revenue generation that can significantly boost the corporate bottom line.
The rise of document databases - MongoDB
one of the most popular and flexible ways of storing data is via a document data model, where each record and its associated data is thought of as a “document”
HPE leverages technology to address societal and environmental needs
“From protecting our environment to advancing human rights, it is imperative that we make progress for society by conducting our business in an ethical, sustainable and socially conscious way."
Caution needed in AI implementation for A/NZ businesses
Moving slowly and prudently towards the adoption of AI solutions is a strategy that’s likely to serve an organisation better than a fast-paced embrace of AI-centric architecture.
Master stroke: Swimming Australia looks to AWS for cloud and analytics
"Our team will work with Swimming Australia to identify innovation opportunities by leveraging big data technologies to collect, analyse, and share data."
Using data to drive decision-making in the digital era – BOARD International
Business intelligence tools can be useful aids for executives weighing up their options and deciding which way to jump.
Alteryx aims to ‘unleash AI’ with assisted modelling beta
Data-driven companies recognise the need for machine learning to succeed in business transformation.
How to create safer roads for Kiwis
The New Zealand Transport Authority partnered with Catalyst and Orbica to revolutionise NZ's Crash Analysis System.
Veritas launches enterprise data services platform
“Infrastructure complexity is damaging IT’s ability to meet the demands of today’s always-on enterprise.”
How big data is enhancing the worlds food chain
We explain how one German firm is using big data to feed the worlds growing population.
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."
Untagged data a major risk to businesses - Veritas
Over half of company data remains unclassified, despite a rise in security breaches and stringent data protection regulations.
Alibaba Cloud aims for further global expansion with new features
Includes further integration with Kubernetes, enhancements for big data and virtualisation, and service support for SMBs.
The rise of Flash-to-Flash-to-Cloud backup
"Business leaders must strategically align their data storage practices with the role they want data to play in the wider organisation."
University of Auckland signs deal with Dropbox to drive collaborative research
"Dropbox meets our security needs while also providing our researchers with enhanced levels of governance and control over their data."
AWS announces the general availability of AWS Ground Station
Once customers upload satellite commands and data through AWS Ground Station, they can supposedly download large amounts of data over the high-speed AWS Ground Station network.
Informatica deepens integration with Google Cloud
The data management company has connected its solutions with Google Cloud’s big data analytics solutions.