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GUEST OPINION: The past two years have been an extraordinarily unique moment for enterprise technology. According to a McKinsey & Company study, Covid-19 accelerated business’ digital transformation efforts by seven years in just a matter of months. Throughout the pandemic, businesses have had to rely heavily on digital tools to keep workplaces running smoothly. Even the government had to quickly adopt new technologies to roll out their initiatives including everything from vaccination passports to digital YouGov accounts, contact tracing apps and more.

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Data and AI company Databricks has appointed Naveen Zutshi, as the company’s Chief Information Officer (CIO).

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Tony Nicol founded Servian in 2008 and after selling to Cognizant is now embarking on his new venture, Vivanti, which launched today in the USA. Nicol’s goal is to reimagine cloud consultancy in the States, specialising in the latest tech and introducing a new standard of professional governance.

Published in Cloud

There's now a single solution to manage all of the information in your organisation, structured and unstructured, with AI to classify it all, and it's an Australian success story making waves on the global stage doing what was once infeasible - and today, a must for every organisation.

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There's now a single solution to manage all of the information in your organisation, structured and unstructured, with AI to classify it all, and it's an Australian success story making waves on the global stage doing what was once infeasible - and today, a must for every organisation.

Published in Data

GUEST INTERVIEW: Scott Leach, APAC VP of Sales at Varonis, joins iTWireTV to explain the latest cyber security threats, from insider threats to the ravages of ransomware, with great advice on what companies should do if affected - and how to prevent attacks from happening in the first place and to eliminate any ransomware blast radius.

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GUEST INTERVIEW: Scott Leach, APAC VP of Sales at Varonis, joins iTWireTV to explain the latest cyber security threats, from insider threats to the ravages of ransomware, with great advice on what companies should do if affected - and how to prevent attacks from happening in the first place and to eliminate any ransomware blast radius.

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GUEST OPINION: If you asked anyone working in the digital space today—marketers, customer service reps, IT managers or even ransomware adversaries—what the most valuable resource in the world is, their answer would be: data.

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New retail data from Eftpos has revealed the Black Friday sales surge moved beyond online to music shops, fashion outlets, department stores and appliance retailers

Published in Business IT
Wednesday, 01 December 2021 01:55

AWS pitches robotics as the next big thing

At today's AWS re:Invent 2021 conference in Las Vegas the company announced robots take centre stage in the company’s future plans, while data continues to be a hot topic.

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Much of what we do in the last 20 months or so has changed to become end-to-end digital experiences and consumers expect organisations to continue their investments in cloud services. Yet, companies pursuing digitalisation in a fast-changing landscape can forget data governance lies at the heart of success and plays a critical role in every strategic initiative.

Published in Data

Businesses of all sizes recognise there is valuable information hidden within their troves of data, yet AWS research identified 62% of ANZ organisations have a basic or beginner level of data maturity. AWS wants to help and today announced it has brought its free Data Lab program to this region. iTWire has already tested it out and can tell you what to expect.

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The AWS free tier has been around since 2010 with uncharged offerings around 100 different AWS services. Today AWS announced it is expanding the free tier’s data transfer capacity from 1GB to 100GB for regions and from 50GB to a massive 1TB for Amazon CloudFront.

Published in Cloud
Thursday, 25 November 2021 09:55

AI made practical; how to best price your products

If you recognise the potential artificial intelligence (AI) can bring to your business but don’t know where to start, the impact of AI on pricing optimisation, personalisation, and sales efficiency will be the most impactful types of technology investments in 2022 says Michael Wu, PhD, chief AI strategist for PROS Holdings.

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Applications beyond the most trivial store data in some way, and Microsoft SQL Server, along with Oracle and MySQL, are right up there as the three most used database management systems across the globe. To borrow from Spider-Man's Uncle Ben, with great power comes great responsibility. No matter if your database is driving a small business or powering a vast e-commerce empire database, downtime means a loss of the ability to transact, to report, and to analyse. It's crucial every database administrator has quality, reliable, proactive tools to let you know what's happening on your servers and to eke out the greatest performance.

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Furniture and homewares retailer, Freedom Furniture has chosen a solution from cloud-based integration platform as a service (iPaaS) provider Boomi to create a singular view of all data to drive operational transformation, support a product evolution, and enable personalised customer experiences across brick-and-mortar and ecommerce operations.

Published in Deals
Thursday, 11 November 2021 10:48

COSOL acquires Brisbane’s Clarita Solutions

Global data and digital solutions provider COSOL has acquired Brisbane-headquartered Clarita Solutions in an agreement that will enable both companies to grow their data and digital solutions portfolio, expand global reach and assist asset intensive organisations to unlock asset potential.

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Equinix provides customers with the ability to enable the consistent control and consumption of data storage services and multi-cloud, where it’s needed the most.

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Friday, 22 October 2021 12:40

How data can better support mental health

GUEST OPINION: Mental health issues were growing at an alarming rate before COVID-19, with one in five Australians experiencing a mental or behavioural disorder in any given year. The pandemic has accelerated this trend and made it harder for already stretched mental health services to deal with demand.

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