Technology news for New Zealand's largest enterprises
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Data: future asset or ally for your business?
Australian enterprises wanting to grow their competitive edge need to take a longer, harder look at their data strategies.
Cambridge Analytica gets New Zealanders talking about data use
"There’s a real need to open a conversation here in New Zealand about these issues.”
EkkoSense launches IoT-enabled temperature sensor for data centers
The new sensor aims to disrupt the traditional data center sensor cost model.
Singtel enhances connectivity to North Asia with SJC2 submarine cable
The 10,500-kilometer submarine cable links eleven cable landing stations in the region and is expected to be completed by the fourth quarter of 2020.
Hutt Chamber of Commerce launches project to make big data more accessible
"Data is the new oil. However, just like crude oil, raw data has limited value."
Cisco unveils its top five strategic business pillars for 2018
The pillars were announced at the company's Cisco Live event in Melbourne.
Alibaba Cloud commits to EU with launch of 8 new products at MWC18
The Chinese giant announced the launch of the new products for Europe at MWC 18, stressing its commitment to the region for the future.
How GDPR changes the game for cloud service providers
While GDPR has been a hot topic of conversation recently, but what impact will the laws have on cloud platforms and environments?
Alibaba opens the door to cloud at Olympic Games showcase
Located in Gangneung Olympic Park, the Olympic Showcase will be open to the public from February 11 to 25.
World slow to advance data & analytics use - but APAC's on top
Gartner has released the findings from a global survey that delved into organisations' data and analytics use and the potential for the market.
CIM group acquires new data center
This acquisition adds to CIM Group’s portfolio of infrastructure investments.
Telstra invests in two new subsea cable projects
“This includes a commitment to investing in additional capacity on the Australia to US route.”
How cloud innovation is disrupting the automotive industry
Oracle talks about how the data and cloud revolution is disrupting the automotive industry.
Riding the data wave: How to choose the right technology for the right workload
We're seeing data streams generated by smartphones, autonomous vehicles, and every other area of life pour into data centers.
Data: A new frontier in the construction industry
Construction companies sitting on the sidelines need to take steps now to join the digital future – or risk being left behind.
How IoT data collection & aggregation with local event processing work
Trying to predict how many IOT devices will go online over the next decade is like trying to predict the growth rate of rabbits in the wild.
Photo gallery: The world's most extreme data centers
Negative 40 degrees, this facility is in an environment so cold they have to heat the air used to cool the data center.
Informatica recognises “extraordinary customers” with Data Disruption awards
The awards recognise data-driven organisations who display vision, creativity and leadership.
Turning data into action is vital for success in IoT projects
Robin Ormerod, Envirosuite managing director talks about how to get the most out of your IoT deployments with an environmental approach.
Malaysia’s telecom market to ‘stay afloat’ through to 2021
Malaysia’s telecom market is in relatively comfortable stead according to a new report from GlobalData, driven largely by mobile data.
Talend named a Leader in ‘Data Quality Tools’ Magic Quadrant
Talend has improved their position from 'Visionary', which the company says is based on its completeness of vision and ability to execute.
Equinix: Data is pouring over the edge
Data is increasingly becoming the currency of the global digital economy.
Talend ramps up its cloud game with new tech upgrades
“Data is the new ‘oil’ that fuels businesses today."
Under the spotlight: The tech security people crunch
The tenure of an enterprise CISO is said to be less than two years. A change in that position almost always follows a breach.