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A modern solution for a modern problem: IBM tackles cyber security
"By leveraging Watson’s ability to bring context to huge amounts of unstructured data, impossible for people to process, we will bring new insights."
Business must become 'sentient' if they want to keep up
To achieve the speed and responsiveness required to keep up, businesses must optimise human intervention when it comes to analysing data.
Growing demand for analytics drives IT spending
As big data takes on a momentum of its own, driven by developments in IoT technologies and more, businesses are discovering the power of analytics.
APAC leads burgeoning Anything-as-a-Service market
“In 2015, APAC emerged as the fastest-growing XaaS market, driven by accelerated development activities in emerging markets."
Copy data virtualisation: The five ways it could save you millions this year
You’ve heard of server virtualisation. You’ve heard of network virtualisation. But have you considered virtualising your data yet?
ManageEngine makes a play in the IT analytics market
“We’re uniquely positioned to drive the widespread adoption of this powerful technology... We believe Analytics Plus for ITSM marks a turning point."
Aussie Govt makes sought after datasets available for free
“The G-NAF is one of the most requested ubiquitous, high-value datasets that can be made openly available to the economy.”
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.”
Will you ride the tide of data, or drown in protection gaps?
“To ultimately unlock the full potential of data, it is imperative that businesses fill today’s data protection gaps.”
GS1 welcomes DSI into Australian Alliance Partner Program
"Becoming an Associate Alliance Partner confirms our commitment to deliver optimal digital supply chain solutions to enhance efficiency and growth."
Sungard employs VMware tech to give peace of mind to customers
"VMware Site Recovery Manager is a key element of Sungard AS' DR services because it delivers fast application protection and recovery."
Infinidat amps up global expansion, opens two new Aussie offices
Infinidat is expanding operations as a direct result of increasing universal demand for InfiniBox, the company’s flagship enterprise storage array.
Dell gets to the bottom of what's really going on with business data security
“While we’ve come a long way from the days when cybersecurity was an add-on to the IT infrastructure in organisations, more work needs to be done."
Is your data rotten?
Left to its own devices, data rots, not only eroding its intrinsic value but also that of the systems and ultimately, people who depend upon it.
Maplesoft rolls out major update to education software
“Maple is the ideal tool for anyone who touches math, and this version comes with enhancements for interactive problem solving and more."
Kiwi company wins big at NZ Direct Marketing Awards for innovative tool
“We are humbled to win against so many worthy finalists. There’s never been a more exciting time to work in data and technology."
Database-as-a-Service a win-win for both providers and enterprises
“As enterprises seek to grow their data analytics programmes and leverage data from IoT, they need new ways to manage the data."
The data break-even point: How to ensure your data investment is right
"There is an ever-increasing demand for correct data to be delivered in a timely manner, so smart business decisions can be made with confidence."
FBI asks Apple to break into iPhones. Apple says no
Apple has solidified its stance on digital privacy, with CEO Tim Cook publishing an open letter to customers about why it won't comply with FBI's requ
Banking customers won't stand for subpar security, study finds
"There is an expectation that banks are taking adequate measures to safeguard their customers against fraud and breaches."
Getting emotional with business analytics
A quantitative, analytic and evidence-based approach is inhibited by the fact that people are predominantly emotional decision makers.
Cato Networks looks to solve the network security problem
"The current appliance-based infrastructure can’t keep up and is too expensive and complex to sustain, especially for mid-sized companies."
Harnessing the power of security operations centres
As organisations face an increasingly volatile threat landscape, security operations centres (SOCs) play an important role in protection.
Driving value from IT investments
“Organisations need to bridge this gap and clearly understand the capability and impact of new technologies before committing to projects."