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Chayora’s hyperscale data center campus in China nearing completion
The company's hyperscale campus in greater Beijing is almost finished, with more giant campuses in China currently in development.
Microsoft partner Dilignet rebrands to Xello in push towards business solutions
The company says the rebrand elevates its focus on innovative business solutions centred around cloud, data and IoT technologies.
How to turn big data into valuable business information
To take advantage of the big data wave, organisations must find effective ways to assess, store and analyse large amounts of data.
Australian telcos must 'get serious' about managed SD-WAN
"Among the various enterprise network and communications, budget allocation upside is mainly in SD-WAN and network services.”
Talend named a ‘Leader’ in Forrester big data fabric report
Talend earned the highest scores of any vendor in the report in both the Current Offering and Strategy categories.
Storage is the secret weapon that protects unstructured data
Unstructured data is exploding and it may pose a risk to organisations that they may not have thought about.
How Big Data is slowly destroying our environment
I started my career around 30 years ago at one of the largest investment banks on Wall Street. Their data center was huge.
The value of integrating data and analytics for improved cybersecurity
Most companies have already invested in security solutions so it makes sense to optimise that investment where possible.
NEC's Hadoop data platform helps DMICDC Logistics
NEC Corporation announced that India-based DMICDC Logistics Data Services adopted NEC's big data platform.
Nurturing digital healthcare innovation in Asia
For consumers, digital healthcare is about more choice, better services and more active participation in their health and healthcare.
Why real-time visibility into big data is important for cybersecurity
Real-time visibility into big data could be the answer to keeping networks and endpoints secure without allocating human resources to the problem.
Data for good: Using data to help preserve our world
If you are tracking the evolution of data, it is easy to see that we are fast approaching a time when data will be considered life-critical.
Thales reveals future strategic direction at media event
Thales has invested more than a billion euros in the last three years across four key digital technologies which it intends to pursue.
YOU’RE INVITED: CeBIT 2018 - Sydney
As the largest and longest-running B2B conference in the APAC region, CeBIT is certainly not an event to be missed.
2018 big data market set to reach US$14.7b in APeJ - IDC
New revenue opportunities through commercial purchases of BDA-related hardware, software and services are likely to reach $22.2 billion by 2021.
A look at how DataOps can drive significant business value
DataOps is emerging as a significant new trend that will serve to increase collaboration, agility and operational efficiency for large organisations.
Power and cooling are critical to edge computing - here's why
Regardless of what industry you're in, if your business is storing data, it's very likely you've heard of edge computing.
Cambridge Analytica gets New Zealanders talking about data use
"There’s a real need to open a conversation here in New Zealand about these issues.”
Toshiba releases new data center SSD line-up
Toshiba announced its latest line-up of NVM Express and SATA data center solid-state drives.
ASEAN-Australia codeathon brings innovation to the fight against cybercrime
“It was incredible to see such a diverse group of people from different industries and nations come together to collaborate."
Hutt Chamber of Commerce launches project to make big data more accessible
"Data is the new oil. However, just like crude oil, raw data has limited value."
Amazon Web Services strikes record deal with Taipei Government
Taipei Deputy Mayor Lin Chin-rong called the deal “an important innovative movement for Taipei and Taiwan.”
Exclusive Interview: The City of Newcastle on smart city investment
Deputy Lord Mayor of Newcastle Declan Clausen talks about how the city is investing in smart city technology.
Secondary data – the paradigm-shifting resource overlooked by businesses
Secondary data has become elevated within the business as its value is uncovered across a number of key areas.