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IDC Australia industry predictions for 2018
"The digitalisation phenomenon will continue to push DX as the top priority for IT executives."
Equinix: Creating a distributed data repository at the edge
Data creation and processing have shifted to the edge, where distributed data growth and consumption occurs.
Turning data into action is vital for success in IoT projects
Robin Ormerod, Envirosuite managing director talks about how to get the most out of your IoT deployments with an environmental approach.
New data center to improve statistics on forced refugee displacement
Almost 90% of refugees live in the developing world and more than half of those are displaced for more than four years.
New data logging service allows actionable cybersecurity insights
Palo Alto's new service is for machine learning & advanced analytics in order to correlate potential threats & prevent successful cyber breaches.
Oracle Data Cloud launches Australian audience data solution
This announcement marks the first availability of Australia-specific audiences from the Oracle Data Cloud.
IDC A/NZ appoints Iggy Pintado as managing director
Pintado has had previous experience as a marketing and sales executive, and was most recently head of marketing at SAS Australia and New Zealand.
Qualtrics step up their automated CX solutions game with Qualtrics iQ
The company says this is the first step in eliminating the need for customer experience analysts and data scientists.
NTU Singapore teams with US firm to sharpen up cybersecurity research
NTU Singapore has partnered with US firm GrammaTech to sharpen up the university's research projects with better static and binary analysis tools.
AU government should make ‘national interest datasets’ available to research - Empired
“Researchers should be able to take a bottom-up approach, where data is liberated and can be examined without a clearly-defined research goal.”
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.
Getting insight from your marketing analysis
Data is worthless unless it has meaning. Today’s marketer has access to more data than ever.
User behaviour may be the hidden secret to security, says Forcepoint
80% of cybersecurity professionals believe it’s important to understand people’s behaviours when it comes to intellectual property & critical data.
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?
Process intelligence from Nintex set to transform business
This incredible new platform from Nintex will allow you to gain access to data you never knew you had - and make informed decisions based on it.
All-Flash storage gives partners a competitive edge
Vendor partners must be innovative at every stage of the development process & be able to add a layer of value that’s personalised for customers.
Statistics NZ & Fronde consolidate data collection
Statistics New Zealand is working alongside cloud provider Fronde to improve its data collection processes.
Data analytics the key to overcoming business uncertainty
“The disruption we’re seeing to traditional IT and business approaches means that processes that worked well in the past may no longer be adequate."
It's not always about malware: Forensic data analysis will find theft fast
Cyber crime is not just limited to malware attacks - what about intellectual property or data theft, asks security company Computer Forensics.
Aussie Govt should make better use of survey data
The Government could do well to make better use of survey data from the public in order to gain a better understanding of people’s needs and wants.
Harnessing WiFi analytics to maximise your customer’s experience
A person’s ‘digital trail’ contains a goldmine of information that can be harnessed to give them a richer and more rewarding experience.
How an Aussie tech company helped with the Panama Papers investigation
“Nuix technology was an indispensable part of our work on the Panama Papers investigation, as it has been with many of our in-depth investigations.”