Big Data news stories - Page 2
IDC: Outsourcing analytics is levelling the playing field
"New Zealand organisations that have not adopted analytics are finding themselves increasingly disadvantaged compared to peers who do utilise the technologies."
Australia leading APAC in data readiness
Tableau/IDC’s data readiness index reveals leading data ready firms in Asia Pacific outperform laggards by 90%.
OPPO outlines $10b vision for smart device innovation
Oppo has outlined a $10 billion roadmap to developing an ecosystem of smart devices that will drive 5G, artificial intelligence, big data, and augmented reality technologies.
IBM: A/NZ C-Suite who trust data will outperform
"Leading organisations that have put trust at the core of the way they use data with their customers are creating massive opportunities for greater success."
Big data, security are key investment areas for pharma industry
The pharmaceutical industry is looking towards big data, blockchain, cloud computing and cybersecurity as its four major investment areas.
Make the most of your data or risk your market status, organisations told
Businesses are putting their market status at risk if they fail to make the most of their data.
Ditch the nerd knobs: Converting data into dollars with open source
Once an outlier used only by the cost-conscious, open source’s prominence has expanded on the back of significant improvements in quality of software.
Study shows the positive social impact of mobile big data
A new GSMA study reveals the potential for big data solutions to positively impact 150 million lives over the next five years.
Who will win and who will lose in an AI-driven economy?
AI winners will be those companies that work out how to derive competitive advantage from their own unique AI initiatives, says SAS.
Alibaba Cloud achieves 'record' in big data performance
Alibaba Cloud’s MaxCompute has reportedly achieved a world record in big data performance and decision support, as defined by the Transaction Processing Council (TPC).
How cloud technologies are shaping the data-driven contact centre
According to a global Ecosystm cloud study, more than half (53%) of organisations have increased work processes and efficiency as a result of using the cloud.
The inherent flaws in big data analysis
Data governance enthusiasts may advocate for standardisation but it’s not always so clear-cut.
Why confidence in your data is the key to long-term business success
BlackLine finds that putting systems and processes in place to promote transparency, accuracy of reporting and rigorous protection of data is critical for the enterprise.
Data scientists shouldn’t tell data stories alone - Tableau
There are almost 700 Australians with the job title of ‘chief storyteller’, according to LinkedIn.
Security Information and Event Management (SIEM)
LogRhythm releases True Unlimited Data Plan for SIEM
CISOs are feeling the brunt of rising data volumes as the cost to protect the vast amount of data in their environment might double — or even triple — year over year.
The growing role of big data in achieving operational excellence
Data is one of the core elements of a digitally intelligent company and it is the key to unlocking real operational excellence.
Cloudera launches machine learning as part of new platform
"Cloudera Machine Learning enables rapid onboarding and agile experimentation at scale for data science teams."
Cloudera unveils enterprise data cloud platform
"CDP is a new approach to enterprise data that delivers a full range of analytic capabilities from the Edge to AI."
Amazon Web Services / AWS
LIC utilises AWS to advance NZ's smart farming solutions
LIC, one of the oldest farming cooperatives in New Zealand, states it’s taking advantage of emerging technologies to enable better digital systems for New Zealand farmers that will help them drive the next wave of productivity gains.
Business Intelligence / BI
Cloud-based data warehousing at the heart of today’s enterprise - Snowflake
Becoming a data-centric organisation has become an aspiration and a goal for thousands of Australian enterprises.
Enterprises must get serious about data governance - Ecosystm
Just as health records being found in a dumpster was a risk in the 20th century, the risks of sloppy data management are real and rising.
Five steps to help improve data integrity in your organisation - Talend
Less than one in three (29%) of data operational workers are confident that data within their organisation is always accurate and up to date.
How the evolution of data will virtually transform our businesses - Denodo
It has become evident that our attitude to data, and how it serves us, has changed dramatically.
Limiting access key to minimising data breaches, says expert
"When a company provides only a minimum amount of access needed for the employees to fulfil their roles, the risk of wide-spread breach greatly diminishes."