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Migration
Enabling seamless transitions to the cloud
The last two years have seen unprecedented business upheaval – not just in Australia and New Zealand (A/NZ) but also globally.
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Application virtualisation
Video: 10 Minute IT Jams - Runecast co-founder on the company's flagship virtualisation tool
The solution, Runecast Analyzer, provides configuration and security compliance analysis for AWS and Azure cloud, Kubernetes clusters and VMware SDDCs.
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Data Warehousing
Enterprises see data virtualisation as strong alternative to data warehouse solutions
"The rapid growth of data virtualisation is exposing major cracks in the business foundation that supports the technology."
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Denodo
Video: 10 Minute IT Jams - Who is Denodo?
Techday caught up with Denodo chief marketing officer Ravi Shankar, who discusses the ins and outs of data virtualisation, how it differs from other big data solutions, and its presence in the A/NZ region.
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Gartner
Survival of the fittest – how an IT portfolio can be rationalised without losing traction
In the face of this new economic reality, many CIOs are asking how they can rationalise their IT portfolios on a reduced budget, while keeping expansion plans moving. This is the time to think creatively, Denodo regional vice president for A/NZ Grant Christian.
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Gartner
Gartner names Denodo a Leader for data integration
Moves up from Challenger status as it releases a new version of its data virtualisation platform.
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Digital banking
How faster data is helping financial services firms cope with new demands
Since the Royal Commission into banking in Australia shone a spotlight on the industry, banks and other financial institutions have been under more pressure than ever before to know exactly where their data is.
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Gartner
The information glut
The exponential rising costs of managing information can be a nightmare for organisations.