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Downside to analytics, BI and big data
Analytics and big data may be hot topics for resellers, but your customers may want to think twice when it comes to social media monitoring...
Big opportunities ahead for big data software
Big growth ahead for big data software as Hadoop distributions and fast growing ecosystem of technologies point to bright future for big data.
Big Data plans held back by poor infrastructure
Australian organisations planning to adopt Big Data strategies are being hampered by insufficient existing infrastructure, according to new research.
Harnessing big data and mobility in the enterprise
Big Data and mobility are mega trends with many predicting it will significantly change business forever. Why is this and what can you do about it?
Huawei unveils APT big data security solution
Huawei has released a new solution designed to protect against Advanced Persistent Threat (APT) and denial-of-service (DdoS) attacks.
Big data comes of age for Kiwi businesses
Big data is moving beyond the hype, with Kiwi businesses harnessing data analytics and appreciating the potential value it brings their business.
Big data, IoT driving MapR business
Enterprise software company MapR Technologies is gearing up for busy times, as big data and internet of things become increasingly important.
NetSuite founder delivers enhanced mobile apps
“The pace of disruption has never been faster,” says NetSuite founder Evan Goldberg. “You can disrupt or be disrupted”.
What your CFO needs to know about big data
“Big data isn’t limitless or perfect, but it offers CFOs the ability to refine the way they do business, letting them make smarter decisions."
Microsoft finalises acquisition of Revolution Analytics
Microsoft has officially closed an acquisition agreement with Revolution Analytics, the statistical software company behind the open source software R
Robots to significantly boost business in coming years
Machine learning, artificial intelligence and effective use of big data - essentially software robots - will unlock value within the next 3-5 years.
New Wellington agency puts a fresh spin on big data
DOTlovesdata is a new Wellington based agency that works with a business to turn big data insights into positive change.
EMC harnesses the power of big data with new solution
EMC has announced it is launching its Federation Business Data Lake on April 29 in New Zealand.
New strategic alliance for Mindfull and WhereScape
The potential for better business performance has encouraged Mindfull and WhereScape to form a new strategic alliance for the New Zealand market.
Five areas to watch in big data
David Eaton, Chief Technology Officer, HP New Zealand, takes a closer look at one of the biggest technology trends of today.
Data warehousing gurus WhereScape eyes NZ government market
Data warehousing and big data gurus WhereScape has today announced it has opened its Wellington office this week.
Analytics here, analytics there, analytics everywhere
"Vendors will seek to break the mould and flip the model on its head by delivering analytics out to the data. You can expect Dell to be on the leading edge of this movement.”
Massey University plugs NZ skills shortage with new big data degree
Massey University has announced it is launching New Zealand’s first business-focused analytics degree next month to address the skills shortage in ana
User experience vital in 2015, so says Kiwi creative tech firm
Improving user experience and mobile domination are the digital focus of 2015, according to Auckland-based creative tech firm bka Interactive.
Third platform the platform for 2015 says IDC
Where is tech heading in 2015? IDC offers up some predictions for the year ahead - and the third platform is the key player across them all.
Are unreliable IT networks affecting your company’s long-term success?
From digital marketing, social media, Big Data and the cloud to mobile and security-related issues, technology is rapidly reshaping not only how today
From big data to data lakes
Westcon Imagine 2014 - Research shows the more data-driven an organisation becomes, the greater its success.
Meet the Big Data professionals (it’s not who you think)
Reckon the top users of Big Data are the likes of banks, consumer products companies and mass marketers? Maybe so, but there’s another industry altoge
Paying too much for telecoms
Chances are, your company is forking out more than it should for telecommunications.