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Teradata bolsters regional leadership with new VP
“Joining Teradata at this point in its journey is a great evolution for me and my curiosity for the way technology is actively improving communities and economies."
Teradata leads data management, according to Gartner report
As part of the report, Gartner evaluated 19 vendors against data warehouse use cases, including traditional use cases, real-time, logical, and context-independent.
Teradata expands as-a-service offerings for Advantage platform
Data intelligence company Teradata has announced three new cloud and on-premise solutions that are now integrated into its Teradata Vantage platform.
Six basic steps businesses can take for regulatory compliance
Earlier this year, the Australian government implemented the mandatory Notifiable Data Breaches (NDB) scheme, and recently Europe launched its GDPR.
The value of integrating data and analytics for improved cybersecurity
Most companies have already invested in security solutions so it makes sense to optimise that investment where possible.
Teradata's new analytics platform addresses data science skills shortage
The Accelerator can move projects from conception to production in weeks rather than months.
Vanson Bourne survey reveals huge global AI investment
The survey indicates that 80% of enterprises are investing in AI, but 1 in 3 business leaders believe their company could do better.
Hybrid cloud use cases with Teradata’s new Everywhere offering
Not all clouds are equal, so these use cases can be leveraged with the public cloud as well as a private or managed cloud option.
80% businesses already investing in AI - all expecting huge ROI
Terdata has released the findings of its report that shows AI's rampant rise amongst businesses and the creation of a new job role - chief AI officer.
Scared of the cloud? Here’s why you should embrace it, not fear it
“The biggest security risk to an organisation’s network is still human error.”
Why artificial intelligence needs big data to deliver business benefits
Big data may be the missing piece of the puzzle as to how businesses can profit from AI and machine learning, according to insights from Teradata.
OZ #1 in the world in IoT with majority of enterprises wanting bigger budgets
Australia ranks number one in the world when it comes to Internet of Things (IoT) adoption, followed by India and Germany.
Teradata announces new platforms to meet SSD demand
With the massive growth in data, companies depend on trusted analytics to turn that data into valuable and timely insights.
Social media takes over TV as key influencer of consumers
“Given that social media is now our number one digital destination, companies are forced to earn the right to engage with their customers."
Data and analytics: Too difficult to understand?
Data and analytics can derive significant value for some organisations, however, the concept may be too difficult for some to grasp.
Survey reveals ANZ organisations evolving to become more data-centric
ANZ organisations are on their way to becoming data-centric and will eventually leave simple data analytics behind, says Teradata.
IT's latest buzzword: Analytics of Things?
"Without analysis, Internet of Things data is of little value, and connected devices are not able to produce intelligent and responsive outcomes."
CIOs and the IT department back in front with data projects
“These insights have the potential to significantly change business processes, disrupt and transform products and services, and even entire supply cha
Realising the full potential of the Internet of Things
Organisations that maximise the possibilities of IoT more competitively, with a large-scale focus, will realise IoT and data analysis go hand-in-hand.
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."
Embrace analytics or get left behind, experts warn
Organisations must let the data tell the story, and not be prejudiced by any preconceptions of what might be causing the business issues in question.
Centralising admin vital to business success
Businesses are being advised to centralise administration tasks to better focus on strategic and creative efforts that contribute to business success.
Digital marketing risks alienating millennial shoppers, says experts
“Understanding behaviours and catering directly to them can make the difference between capitalising on the millennial market and failing to compete."
Agility critical for campaign success, says expert
“At the centre of marketing agility is the technology that supports it and the processes that make use of it to help manage the end-to-end lifecycle."