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How to stop your data lake from turning into a data swamp
Collecting data is easy – it’s gleaning the intelligence that’s the difficult part.
Trend Micro brings AWS-powered banking solution to Australia
“Our collaboration with AWS allows us to deliver scalable security that removes friction from procurement, the devops lifecycle, and day-to-day operations.”
TIBCO outlines data sharing across open banking, finance and beyond
Open banking is one step in the move towards an ‘open API economy’, in which key services are shared amongst internal departments, partners, and even public developers.
Cloud migration, security and AI to characterise 2020
As organisations map out business strategies for the year ahead, increasing attention is being given to data management.
Instagram to roll out better third party access controls
Instagram has created a way for users to manage all third party services connected to their account
Why Kiwis deserve the right to control their digital identities
New Zealanders should be able to control and own their digital identity – after all, they own their data and personal information, according to Digital Identity NZ.
Oracle Cloud whips up a breeze for Sydney yacht races
If data can help a boat go faster, racing teams and fans alike at this year’s SailGP in Sydney will get a front-row seat.
Dekko Secure launches new secure data sharing service aimed at business use
The service, called DekkoVAULT, allows users to store and share files of unlimited size with other Dekko users.
Facebook app shares your data with phone manufacturers - time to say 'I quit'?
According to NordVPN, Facebook’s data harvesting, sharing, and profit goes far beyond Cambridge Analytica.
While the AU govt praises the new US Cloud Act, others aren't so welcoming
"Timely access to electronic data held by communications service providers is an essential component of government efforts to protect public safety."
APEC says there's a balance between privacy and data flow for digital trade
“Every business operating in more than one area will tell you that data flows are necessary for even the most basic business functions."
Engineer says Emirates is virtually handing customer data to hackers
After the allegations about Emirates' customer data policies emerged, High-Tech Bridge ran a test on the site's security - with interesting results.
Singapore the sixth APEC economy to commit to responsible data sharing
Both the CBPR and PRP systems require organisations to develop and implement data protection policies that align with the APEC Privacy Framework.
New report asks: How should the Australian Govt approach open data?
How should Australian government organisations applying open data initiatives to support information sharing?
Google Play's about to share its family with yours
Google Play is amping up its efforts to help users share their purchases with friends and/or family, with the introduction of Family Library.
Amy Adams address: Wellington Privacy Forum
Justice Minister Amy Adams addressed the Wellington Privacy Forum with a focus data privacy, sharing and the Privacy Act.
Data sharing for strategic information advantage
Your customers can unlock the full value of their precious data by using an infrastructure that is purpose-built for data sharing. To create optimum conditions for effective collaboration, data sharing must span the entire corporation.
“Kiss old connectors goodbye” with new Keyssa technology
With Kiss Connectivity technology, devices only have to be in close proximity and video and data can be transferred at rates of up to 6Gbits per second.