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Analytics — the key to driving success in 2021
Companies across Australia and New Zealand are realising the importance of growing their analytics capabilities, which has only become even more critical in the COVID era.
Three mistakes to avoid when building a business intelligence solution
Taking the time to plan a BI project and create a clear roadmap carefully will lead to a better, more functional BI deployment.
Databricks' data lake solution paves the way for BI and AI
Databricks has launched SQL Analytics, which enables cloud data warehousing on data lakes and offers improved price and performance over traditional cloud data warehouses.
InterSystems releases solution for self-service BI
With a new partnership, it integrates AtScale’s Adaptive Analytics technology with InterSystems’ data management capabilities.
Sisense finds 55% of A/NZ firms use analytics more than they did pre-pandemic
The pandemic has propelled the maturity of BI and data & analytics within A/NZ businesses, a new report from Sisense has revealed.
A/NZ firms turn to analytics & BI for support during COVID
Workforce issues and new ways of working, adapting to shifts in the economy and the market, driving revenue and managing cashflow are top-of-mind for businesses.
Huawei launches digital payment cloud solution
Huawei recently held its Better World Summit 2020, in which the company revealed details of its new digital payment cloud solution.
HPE welcomes the 'new era' of exascale computing
HPE's Cray supercomputing line aims to answer the challenges posed by the new exascale era, such as massive data growth, modelling, AI, and more.
Distributed workforces pose new challenges for information management
“Collaboration can be stymied, mistakes can be made, and organisations can suffer data breaches if they don’t immediately address the issue of how employees are accessing and sharing information while working remotely.”
Hyland adds handwriting recognition to Brainware Foundation platform
The addition of advanced handwritten text OCR will enable organisations to expand their ability to extract information from documents and forms, as well as their ability to accelerate downstream processes.
Hands-on review: Microsoft Surface Book 3
The majority of buyers of the Microsoft Surface Book 3 will undoubtedly be tempted in by the device’s versatility, and who can blame them?
New solution allows Windows apps on Chromebook Enterprise
Parallels and Google have partnered to enable Windows applications to run in VMs on Chromebooks without rebooting or an internet connection.
Vend to empower retailers with Pointy for Google integration
The integration will enable retail stores using Vend to showcase their products online through Pointy to help drive traffic in store.
Zoom unveils new features to liven up meetings
"We believe that people connect better on video, but feeling connected when working from home is still challenging."
Global government IT spending to reach $438 billion in 2020
According to the Garter forecast, the software sector is set to experience the strongest growth in 2020.
Minglr chat tool aims to bring 'watercooler' talk back to remote work
In the age of remote work, some people are sorely missing the so-called ‘watercooler talk’ and hallway conversations.
Malware attacks abusing machine identities grew eightfold over the last 10 years - report
"Machine identity capabilities have become commoditised and are being added to off-the-shelf malware, making it more sophisticated and harder to detect."
How data analytics can save APAC businesses millions
Given the economic impact of COVID-19, businesses across the APAC region need to identify and plug financial leakage quickly to prevent further losses. Data analytics could be the answer.
Alteryx and onepoint bring data-led solutions to disparate workforces
“We are delighted to be working with onepoint in delivering the Alteryx APA Platform ecosystem and solution services, providing companies with deeper understanding, digital efficiencies and workforce upskilling during this time.”
Cloud breaches set to increase in velocity and scale - Accurics
“While the adoption of cloud native infrastructure such as containers, serverless, and servicemesh is fuelling innovation, misconfigurations are becoming commonplace and creating serious risk exposure for organisations."
Lenovo looks to enable next generation of business with purpose-built servers
“Our new ThinkSystem servers are designed to enhance mission-critical applications like SAP HANA and accelerate next-generation workloads like AI, analytics and machine learning."
Analytics and BI: Before and after COVID-19
"Companies who adopt data-driven decision making separate themselves from the pack. With analytics they find those vital pivot points and thrive versus facing existential danger."
ThousandEyes makes three senior appointments across Aus
The cloud intelligence company has added a principal solutions analyst, and two regional sales managers, in Melbourne and Sydney.
OpenText boosts cloud capabilities with new update
Brings a raft of new capabilities to its range of enterprise information management offerings.