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Pegasystems: Making the art of selling smarter with AI
“We’re redefining sales automation from a static database into a dynamic assistant that makes good sales people great.”
Exclusive interview: Lenovo’s Scott Tease talks AI, HPC and the power of data
"AI will not be a standalone platform. It's not a little appliance you put in the corner and all of a sudden you've got an Alexa for the data center."
Exclusive interview: Qlik A/NZ VP on her passion for partners and data literacy
Qlik’s A/NZ VP Sharryn Napier explains how going private has benefitted partners and how Qlik can help users get their head around their own data.
Data Republic and SAS join forces to enhance analytic services
The partnership means customers will be able to apply SAS analytics to uncover insights from data listed on Data Republic’s data exchange platform.
First UK universities to deploy IBM POWER9 servers reap benefits
Queen Mary University of London and Newcastle University are the first academia in the UK to deploy IBM's new system for HPC, data analytics and AI.
DXC Technology rolls out new automated IT services platform
DXC claims the platform can offer companies a 65% reduction in business process transaction time with assisted Robotic Process Automation (RPA).
5 trends ripe for the channel to leverage - Accenture
Rapidly advancing technology is fueling intelligent enterprises but requires a fundamental shift, according to Accenture Technology Vision 2018.
Dames, professors & CEOs come together to draw more Kiwi women into data science
The New Zealand leg of the event is building on a global movement of inspiring more women to enter and excel in the data science industry.
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.
Algorithm-friendly C.Vs & data analytics: How recruitment is expected to change in 2018
Unless you are a contract or temporary worker - do not change jobs too frequently as turnover can be factored into the criteria AI screens for.
FireEye Picks up X15 Software in big data push
FireEye says the acquisition is expected to give them significant additional data management capabilities.
Qlik fills role after long serving CEO’s resignation
Mike Capone has been appointed as CEO of Qlik following the step down of Lars Björk late last year.
Kinetica and UClick push solutions to South Korea
Kinetica has announced its official entry into the South Korean market as part of its growth plans in the Asia Pacific region among key markets.
New real-time data analytics tool sets out to revolutionise data management
“This new actionable analytics tool uses data to generate tangible business value for our clients.”
From in vogue to in production: MapR predicts a rise in enterprise AI
IDC predicts that the percentage of useful data will grow from 22% in 2013 to 37% in 2020, even as the volume of data available grows exponentially.
Israel-based data analytics provider iguazio opens Singapore office
Israel data platform provider iguazio has opened its first APAC office in Singapore, opening up a range of opportunities for cybersecurity & IoT.
Sharing threat reports improves collective security
Watson for Cyber Security has already analysed more than one million security documents and is now tackling an additional 15,000 per day.
HPE says hybrid IT crucial for survival in retail – and how to implement it
Digital disruption is happening across industries around the world and HPE asserts none more so than retail - the tech giant discusses hybrid IT.
Interview: Humans vs. Machines - the importance of knowing who is better at what
"It's a combination of intuition, people and raw calculated power from artificial intelligence – and bringing this all together has big benefits."
13 predictions for the future of Australia's power utility market
Indra expects that IT innovation in the global utilities market will increasingly make its presence felt in the year ahead in Australia.
Commvault's CEO on how the future of backup lies in data analytics
Do service providers cannibalize your business? “Maybe they do and maybe they don’t.”
Tableau: How to transform your meetings with data
It is most often a lack of information, not time, that drives inefficiency and renders many meetings completely futile.
Exclusive interview: Commvault on GDPR, data analytics & virtualization
“The Government can’t turn off for a week while they migrate the workloads to the cloud – so how do they do it?"
Top data trends for 2018: GDPR, IoT & the rise of the chief data officer
"The unexpected trend of 2018 will be the convergence of data management technologies."