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Sales opportunities ‘hiding’ at the edge of the network
In New Zealand there are thousands of small IT spaces such as remote and branch offices, network closets and server rooms that lie outside of the data
Data is like a dead chicken...
Wise leaders of business intelligence and analytics initiatives understand that data is like a dead chicken.
Will your organisation face an information crisis by 2017?
The rise of big data, social networking and mobile interactions is forcing organisations to focus on the enterprise information that is most relevant,
Hackers... Big Data is watching you
Criminals are rapidly evolving their hacking techniques, and are attacking quickly, making timely security and fraud analytics more critical than ever
2014′s New Years anti-resolutions in IT...
Publishing predictions in a blog or video post around this time of year is easy and predictable. So I won’t. If lots of people do something, that usua
Telecom asks… What do you do with Big Data?
Telco describes how to move to "smart data" and explains why it could become the most profitable way for you to unlock the value held in your data ass
Top 3 ANZ service provider trends for 2014…
The year that was 2013 saw service providers under serious pressure to differentiate themselves from competitors and deliver innovative new services..
Setting the ANZ IT agenda in 2014
As another calendar year draws to a close, it’s time to review the technologies and trends that will impact our industry over the next 12 months.
Lack of Big Data skills hamper ANZ businesses
ANZ businesses are eager to implement big data projects but in order to succeed they need better skills and communication.
Top 10 NZ Business Predictions for 2014
With 2014 almost upon the ICT industry, Symantec has offered an indicator into what lies ahead for the New Zealand technology sector.
Big Data policies lacking in ANZ organisations
Lack of analytics capabilities of major concern to 28% of IT professionals across the region.
IT spending high as “excited” industry embraces Digital World
This results in every budget being an IT budget; every company being a technology company; every business becoming a digital leader; and every person
The digital world is here… IT spending to smash US$3.8 trillion in 2014
This results in every budget being an IT budget; every company being a technology company; every business is becoming a digital leader; and every pers
Big Data hype rises among ambitious organisations
There appears to be some substance behind the big data hype, according to a Gartner survey of IT and business executives.
EMC reveals strong Big Data adoption trends in Oz
Australian companies believe that Big Data will give rise to improved decision making and will have a significant impact on companies’ competitive dif
5 key questions to improve Big Data governance
Big data, dubbed 'the new oil', can raise significant risk, ranging from disastrous data breaches to privacy and compliance concerns.
Westcon’s CTO Bill Hurley’s top channel topics
Westcon's Global CTO Bill Hurley joined the company in New Zealand for Imagine 2013, offering an insight into how his approach can accelerate your bus
Top tips to avoid explosive rises in IT asset costs
CIOs continue to include "reducing the cost of IT" among their top three business priorities, yet IT asset cost optimisation remains a growing concern
Telcos: Ignore Big Data at your peril
Predicting and reducing churn, promoting loyalty, upselling and cross-selling offers, and personalising services are all key areas where telcos can le
NZ Govt IT spending to hit $1.6 billion
As government IT spending stays flat through out the world, the Kiwi market is expected to grow almost 1.4% this year.
Big Data will become "just data" by 2016
Big data will grow past its hype towards 2016 to become "just data" once the technologies mature, and organisations learn how to deal with it.
Training a new generation of Big Data analysts
According to computer giant IBM, the world is churning out 2.5 quintillion bytes of data every day.
How Big Data changes the way New Zealand does business
There’s a lot of chatter around Big Data and for good reason, too.
Autonomy, Big Data and a fight HP can’t win
Did HP take too generous a serving of the Big Data Kool-Aid too soon?