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Teradata's new analytics platform addresses data science skills shortage
The Accelerator can move projects from conception to production in weeks rather than months.
Commvault’s CEO Bob Hammer to Michael Dell - “game on”
“And I will say one thing, we’re not kidding around with this.”
Commvault pushes harder into data analytics space with new portfolio - Commvault GO 2017
Transforming enterprise data into a strategic asset that can be used to cut costs is no longer a nice competitive advantage. It’s a requirement.
New data center to improve statistics on forced refugee displacement
Almost 90% of refugees live in the developing world and more than half of those are displaced for more than four years.
Introducing Savanna - the IoT platform powering data-driven apps
Zebra, a provider of rugged mobile devices, believes this data can be leveraged to transform workflows and improve business performance and outcomes.
Talend ramps up its cloud game with new tech upgrades
“Data is the new ‘oil’ that fuels businesses today."
TIBCO snatches up Cisco’s data virtualisation business
Specifically, TIBCO will acquire the Cisco Information Server, which the company describes as a market-leading solution.
Three ways to proactively manage cybersecurity for Aussie businesses
Simon Eid, Splunk A/NZ area vice president talks about how to best approach a proactive cybersecurity plan.
Republic of Sierra Leone to become Africa’s first ever ‘smart country’
Sierra Leone has entered a nationwide digitisation program that its president is asserting will forever change its global digital standing.
Advisor shares how businesses can maximise value of their data
RoZetta Technology asserts many businesses still misunderstand how to optimise the value of their data assets.
Micro Focus expands on machine learning with Vertica 9
Some of the new features include new algorithms, model replication, data preparation functions, and continuous end-to-end workflow.
Flexera makes power play with BDNA acquisition
The company says the acquisition will make it the world's largest technology asset data platform.
Skyfii renews data analytics contract with The GPT Group
“Data analytics are a very useful tool for GPT’s retail and commercial-focused properties.”
Forcepoint's RedOwl acquisition paves way for 'human-centric' security
Cybersecurity firm Forcepoint has spent an undisclosed amount on the acquisition of security analytics provider RedOwl.
Using robotics, IoT & data analytics to clean up NZ’s waterways
“There is now a push to make all New Zealand’s waters and rivers swimmable again."
Gartner hype cycle outlines the technologies for workforce digital dexterity
Augmented data discovery, personal analytics, conversational UI and virtual assistants - welcome to the digital workplace of the - near - future.
Isentia re-structures organisation, launches new brand and new data insight led services
Investments include the launch of ‘Stories’, an additional capability within its MediaPortal platform, which was recently upgraded.
Kiwi data analytics startup Dexibit goes GLAM with London's National Gallery
Museum analytics startup Dexibit has scored a collaboration with London’s National Gallery in what has been hailed as a ‘great accolade’.
New tech gives NZ tourism industry more insight into visitor travel patterns
“Tourism New Zealand laid out a very clear strategic goal – sustain and improve the experience of visitors and host communities."
How to manage data analytics so all users can make sense of the insights
Data analytics are only worth the time if firms can make smarter decisions faster than their competitors. But it's easy to get swept up in the flood.
Japan data intelligence firm buys Melbourne-based Space-Time Research
A Japanese business intelligence and analytics firm has bought out Melbourne-based software company Space-Time research.
Turning digital data into a digital goldmine for business intelligence
"Data intelligence and digital strategy need to be matched with benefits and measured with appropriate governance.
Australian startup scores analytics contract for Workplace by Facebook
An Australian startup has scored a deal with Facebook to be the first global platform to offer analytics through Workplace for Facebook.
Journalism education gets a seat at the Tableau
"As educators, it is imperative that we respond to the industry’s growing demand for data journalists and prepare the next generation of reporters."