Data stories - Page 6
T'is the season SMBs may close their doors
Too many small businesses will try to keep a sinking ship afloat when really they should be closing up shop.
Talend and Databricks partner for scalable data solution
The strategic partnership combines unified analytics and data management in the cloud.
The silent security risk of unstructured data
"IDC estimates that 90% of today’s enterprise data is unstructured."
There’s nothing scarier than a data outage
"Stop to imagine what a data outage could look like, a city brought to a complete halt, like a scene out of a horror movie – no power, no hospitals, no transport."
The potential of secure data storage and analytics
According to a recent study, the data industry still has a lot of untapped potential.
Study reveals the true value of data literacy
Organisations that rank in the top third of the Data Literacy Index have 3 to 5% higher enterprise value, plus a raft of other benefits.
Google & Orange team up on new submarine cable connecting EU & US
Google's new cable connecting the US to the French Atlantic coast will be first for more than 15 years, and Orange will be the landing partner.
Amazon CloudWatch adds custom metrics support
Amazon CloudWatch Agent now supports the ability to publish custom StatsD or collectd metrics to CloudWatch.
Can AI and IoT work together to make the right choices?
CA Technologies is working on IoT and AI research to prevent creeping bias and improve the portability of the benefits of deep learning.
The platform making IIoT more accessible than ever
FreeWave have been an RF hardware vendor for over 25 years and today can enable any organisation to leverage the benefits of industrial IoT.
New channel head appointed for Tealium A/NZ
The data orchestration solution provider has named a new head of channel partnerships for Australia and New Zealand.
Understanding your data: How to drive insight from raw numbers
"The businesses that succeed in the future will be those that can find the right human-automation balance."
Exclusive: The impact of data analysts in APAC
"Enterprises in the region need to optimise IT infrastructure, and use products and services that provide both security and data accessibility."
Why open banking is a good thing for New Zealand SMBs
Open banking is closer to reaching the New Zealand public, with a pilot project currently underway and due to wrap up by the end of the year.
Data for data: Why AI-enhanced storage makes sense
"Data holds huge potential when it comes to aligning business decisions to meet customer expectations."
Oracle is leveraging machine learning to increase productivity
Oracle’s new self-driving database cloud service is supposedly built to run the world's most demanding applications.
Transforming data management into a competitive advantage
"With so much data around, it’s vital for organisations to extract value from it."
Are data integration tools still on the rise?
“There is currently no forgiveness for inadequate metadata capabilities."
Australian CIOs need to recognise the power of data analytics
"Australian businesses are expected to ramp up analytics investment in 2018."
Five technologies that boost shared service centre performance
"Centres which fail to pursue continuous improvement run the risk of stagnating and having their value called into question."
Qlik enriches data solutions with Podium Data acquisition
New acquisition expands Qlik’s portfolio beyond analytics, enabling analytics-ready data strategy to drive data-driven transformation.
Shifting business priorities herald the era of multi-cloud
According to a recent study, 86% of respondents describe their current cloud strategy as multi-cloud.
Commvault partners with Lucidworks to bring AI innovations to data backup market
Commvault announced a new technology partnership with Lucidworks, a leader in AI-powered search and discovery.
Exclusive interview: Matt Cudworth on how Ticketek crunches big numbers
"As part of the new digital age, our key focus has been to open up our platform."