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MapR Converged Data Platform hits the Oracle Cloud Marketplace
MapR says it’s data technologies platform will enable a unified operational and analytic data service for Oracle Cloud customers.
Gartner survey shows CIO role to be fundamentally changing
The global research gathered data from a record number of 3,160 CIO respondents in 98 countries and all major industries.
From the data centre to the cloud: Data Dynamics unveils StorageX 8.0
StorageX 8.0 delivers support for S3 compliant storage and comprehensive file management from the data centre to the cloud.
Spark listens to customers and upgrades unlimited data deal
It's certainly good news for any New Zealander who’s life revolves around infinite data – and any parasites who rely on data hotspotting!
Cloudera launches new software for the shared data experience
“Companies often cite security, governance, and complexity among their primary reasons for not moving their operational workloads to cloud."
The roadmap to 5G: Vodafone deploys live 400 gigabit optical system
The system has been implemented in partnership with Vodafone’s optical partner Ciena, and test equipment specialist, EXFO.
Are we letting the data race cloud our judgement?
It’s a question that has been doing the rounds seemingly forever – how do we keep costs down while keeping our data secure?
You're invited: Intergen Convergence breaks down digital transformation
Intergen is hosting an event to answer all your digital transformation questions.
Gigabit network launched in China to offer unprecedented speeds
China Unicom with Ericsson have launched a Gigabit LTE network that allows subscribers to experience high-speed mobile broadband data.
Sydney: You’re invited to Blancco's data erasure event
An increase in the amount of data businesses must store means the risk of a data breach or cyber-attack also increases.
SwiftStack: How to move a petabyte of data to the cloud
Companies that need to shift hundreds of terabytes or petabytes of data to the cloud find this migration more complex and disruptive than anticipated.
New data guidelines answer the questions most important to Kiwis
“The sorts of things they really want to know are: why is the data is being collected, what it is being used for, and who will benefit?"
Talend's CEO: Do you have the data agility your business needs?
For companies, the situation is clear – their future depends on how quickly and efficiently they can turn data into accurate insights.
Majority of organisations that think they’re GDPR compliant actually aren’t
A global study from Veritas has made some disconcerting findings, revealing only 2% of supposedly ‘GDPR-ready’ organisations are in fact compliant.
NEC to provide Portugal’s capital with Smart City infrastructure
The Municipality of Lisbon has chosen NEC to accelerate the digital transformation of the entire city by utilising data.
Threat actors embrace metadata as the underrated weapon in cyber war
Metadata – the data that describes other data – is a security threat that goes underreported but is also a powerful threat to national security.
How healthy is your data center infrastructure? Nlyte's new product will tell you
The new solution polls tens of thousands of servers to produce detailed reports showing utilization and connection data.
'A new era of data-centric computing' - DDN announces new storage innovations
DataDirect Networks (DDN) has announced a number of performance and reliability innovations across its storage appliances.
Best of the best: Award winners of 10th Datacloud Europe announced
BroadGroup recently announced the winners of this year’s Datacloud Awards, highlighting innovation, inspiration and excellence in data centre & cloud.
In just 12 months Kiwis getting substantially more data for less money
“The cost of Internet use has dropped over the last year with up to four times the data included at the same price points."
OZ #1 in the world in IoT with majority of enterprises wanting bigger budgets
Australia ranks number one in the world when it comes to Internet of Things (IoT) adoption, followed by India and Germany.
Hewlett Packard unveils ridiculous memory-driven computer
By building around memory rather than the CPU, they can eliminate the relatively clunky and inefficient manner that the computers process data today.
Spark releases ‘Data Lovers’ package for the modern smartphone
Spark has launched two new prepay ‘Data Lovers’ packs to cater for the growing need where users are consuming data rather than minutes and texts.
Enterprise search doesn't diminish the need for repository governance
With enough sophistication in analysis, there is an argument to be made that search relevance can be inferred even from very "messy" sets of data.