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Dell EMC adds new AI management solutions
The solutions include AI libraries, compute, networking and storage, as well as deployment, support and education.
IBM ceases Hadoop distribution and partners with Hortonworks
IBM has abandoned efforts to make a business of Hadoop distributions and mirrored Microsoft in making Hortonworks its supplying partner.
Solix partners with Bock Corp to bring big data solutions to A/NZ
Solix Technologies recently announced a partnership with Bock Corp to provide comprehensive data management and archiving solutions.
NEC launches new APAC center to simplify digital transformation
NEC has launched a ‘Center of Excellence for Analytics Platform & Solutions’ for promoting solutions & services of its big data & analytics platform.
Cloudera, Hadoop and the changing role of data in business
We look at the big data trend, it's impact and one of the key players.
Top Coles exec talks about the strength of big data
"Coles' experience really echoes or mirrors what we've seen in other regions. Starting with tests and pilots but now delivering more business value an
More privacy safeguards with world-first data marketplace
“The lure of significant productivity and social benefits has driven an increase in government open data policies and data sharing among corporates."
Cloudera Enterprise inks international IMS Health contract
Global information and technology services firm IMS Health as selected Cloudera to support its Big Data Factory for life sciences and healthcare.
Data lakes transforming the enterprise data warehouse
The introduction of data lakes is one of the most significant changes to enterprise data warehouse technology, according to CenturyLink.
IT spending to lift investment in big data analytics
A rising tide of IT spending will continue to lift investment in big data analytics, according to industry analysts Ovum.
Bumper growth for MapR as companies seek value from data
Big data and Hadoop expert MapR Technologies has reported record bookings for Q3 as companies look for revenue growth and efficiencies from data.
Apache Drill 1.2 and quick start offering come to MapR
MapR launches self-storage data exploration and Apache Drill 1.2 on MapR Distribution, heralding the moves as a big boost for customers and channel.
MapR adds Apache HBase to free online training as big data booms
MapR adds Apache HBase design and development to free Hadoop on-demand training, urging resellers and IT professionals to get ready for big data.
MapR racks up the bookings on the back of big data demand
MapR Technologies has achieved more than 100% growth year on year in bookings and billings globally in Q2 2015, with ‘great momentum’ in Australia.
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, 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.
Six key steps to growing your MSP business
In order to remain competitive, MSPs are being forced to become not just good in their operations, but great - here's some expert advice.
The quick guide to understanding cybercriminals' motivations
Check out this incredibly helpful and interesting guide to exactly what cybercriminals are after, and how you can keep yourself safe.
Whitepaper: How businesses can buff up their cyber defences
By 2020, 60% of digital businesses will suffer major service failures due to the inability of IT security teams to manage digital risk.
The ultimate guide to selling Disaster-Recovery-as-a-Service
The key is being able to steer the discussion towards the business impact the lack of the service may have and work backwards to the offering.
The six golden keys to successful identity assurance
When someone tries to access your internal systems, how can you be sure a user is who they claim to be?