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GUEST OPINION by George Tsoukas, Gigamon ANZ:  Growing innovative solutions provided by every cloud vendor have enabled applications to span different public clouds, utilising the best of every cloud service to provide the best experience for end users.

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GUEST OPINION by Denodo: These days, organisations have a constant stream of data flowing into their virtual walls. From customer information, to sales records, to social media interactions, and marketing reports, the modern enterprise is flooded by data, both structured and unstructured. Advanced and digitally mature organisations utilise that data to enhance their business operations and gain deep insights into fundamental business operations, whereas most organisations only aspire to this, or have barely started on their journeys.

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A parliamentary panel, that is reviewing the mandatory data retention laws introduced in 2017, has been told that the legislation goes too far and should be scaled back.

Published in Data

Lobby group Internet Australia has told the Australian Government it is “deeply concerned” over its request to Facebook to halt plans to introduce strong end-to-end encryption in its messaging systems.

Published in Security

Video software and services company Ooyala says it will work with the global media industry's business change network, the UK-based Digital Production Partnership, on its efforts to advance new global news-industry standards for the use of metadata.

Published in Data
Thursday, 15 November 2018 09:02

Metadata on offer? We'll have a bit of it too, mate

The Communications Alliance, or more accurately its boss, John Stanton, was the most forthright of the multitudes who appeared at the first hearing of the encryption bill before the Parliamentary Joint Committee on Intelligence and Security.

Published in Open Sauce

World-renowned security technologist Bruce Schneier may not have intended it, but he has provided the answer to those who are demanding that industry provide governments with a means to break encryption.

Published in Books

Telstra-owned video software and services company Ooyala is expanding services to longtime client, the UK’s Arsenal Football Club, with deployment of its supply chain solution, Flex Media Platform.

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Set to provide “editorial services and rich metadata for over 150 TV channels in Finnish, English and Swedish” and more, for Finnish cable TV company DNA, Ericsson is masterful at media.

Published in Development

Attorney-General George Brandis has created a tremendous amount of confusion over what the government plans to do about encryption in the wake of the London attacks – but, given his famous bid to explain metadata, one should, perhaps, not be surprised.

Published in Open Sauce

Ooyala's Integrated Video Platform (IVP) is designed to reduce the cost and maximise the revenue when publishing video content.

Published in Business Software

Keystone Kops. Jacques Clouseau. Theophilus Goon. These are the names that come to mind after hearing of the most recent example of incompetence displayed by the Australian Federal Police.

Published in Open Sauce
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Internet Australia has called for a new parliamentary inquiry into the Data Retention Act following revelations last week that the Australian Federal Police had admitted illegally accessing a journalist's metadata.

Published in Government Tech Policy

Australia’s new data retention laws have been labelled as rubbish, and even anti-competitive, by wholesale telecommunications and IT services group Inabox.

Monday, 23 January 2017 12:01

Federal Court erred in Grubb metadata ruling

The Australian judicial system has usually proved itself to be one that applies the common sense principle when confronted by technological cases. But in the case of the recent ruling on what is, and what is not, personal information, the Federal Court has erred and badly too.

Published in Open Sauce

The Australian Privacy Foundation has described the Federal Court's judgment that key metadata is not personal information as an effective gutting of the Privacy Act.

Published in Government Tech Policy
Thursday, 19 January 2017 13:22

All metadata is not personal, Federal Court rules

The Australian Federal Court has effectively ruled that part of the metadata of an individual stored by telecommunications companies does not constitute personal data and therefore need not be handed over to said individual.

Published in Government Tech Policy

The Australian Government's ongoing Centrelink bungle is an indication of the fact that an obsession over the use of big data to balance the budget and the ability to do so skillfully are oceans apart.

Published in Open Sauce

Internet Australia, the peak body representing Internet users, has criticised a move by the Federal Government to call for submissions over the Christmas period for what it describes as a “radical expansion of its controversial data retention scheme”.

Published in Technology Regulation

Three primary school students, who had access to metadata similar to that which has been available to Australian government agencies since October 2015, were able to track down a mock whistleblower in just two hours.

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