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Aruba unveils new solutions to streamline IT deployment
IT organisations are not prepared to meet the rapidly changing demands of network connectivity in handling data.
Firebolt scores funding, advances cloud data warehouse offering
"For companies to flourish today, they need to move fast, and they should not be forced to make data compromises to achieve only a small part of the business value that their data holds."
AWS launches new disaster recover programme across A/NZ
AWS Project Resilience, is now available to our Australian and New Zealand communities, customers, and partners.
Digital Realty expands Data Gravity Index to 53 global metros
The metros expected to experience the most dramatic increase in Data Gravity Intensity include Jakarta, Indonesia, Singapore, Rome, Hong Kong, Melbourne and Atlanta.
Lenovo launches new data management solutions
The new solutions are designed to enable businesses to harness data more securely and efficiently, from edge to core to cloud, with a single set of tools and capabilities.
Report: New Zealanders need to educate themselves on data rights under Privacy Act 2020
“The act has given The Office of the Privacy Commissioner some weapons to ensure the privacy of New Zealanders is protected."
Digital enviro tech could save companies money but adoption is slow
According to a report from Frost & Sullivan and Envirosuite, environmental management tools can bring growth, innovation and bottom-line savings.
Catalyst Cloud launches first NZ Managed Database Service
"Our Managed Database Service also gives Kiwi businesses the opportunity to keep all their data safely in New Zealand, and not just their backups."
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We speak to Snowflake's Asia Pacific vice president of sales, Peter O'Connor.
Snowflake announces updates geared towards data mobilisation
"The new features announced today are another example of Snowflake's commitment to delivering the technology customers need to fully mobilise their data and achieve meaningful business value.”
Ping Identity releases new offering to help Australian businesses with CDR
Ping Identity has launched a Consumer Data Right (CDR) Integration Kit, with the overall aim of supporting Australian organisations with banking and fintech compliance.
40% of free VPN apps found to leak data
81.4 million users who downloaded free VPNs could be putting themselves at risk.
Boomi and Snowflake join forces to bring enterprises greater data insights
The pair have combined the cloud native Boomi AtomSphere platform and Snowflake’s cloud data platform to enable customers to leverage all their enterprise data and accelerate business outcomes.
Cloudera, Stats NZ on the radical change creating a 'data storm'
“For companies to be able to survive and thrive in this new world order, they need to be able to do more with their data, and make better sense of it."
NordVPN upgrades infrastructure with launch of colocated servers
"The greatest advantage of having colocated servers is their complete ownership, which guarantees access only by our authorised people."
Imperva to acquire jSonar, bringing greater data security to enterprises
Imperva has entered into an agreement to acquire jSonar, a modern database security company. The transaction is subject to customary closing conditions, including receipt of required regulatory clearance, and is expected to close mid-October 2020.
Organisations making decisions based on outdated data - report
"Businesses find themselves saddled with decision-making infrastructure that is just not responsive enough."
Vodafone NZ completes international optical network upgrade
The project enables a dedicated, resilient and diverse set of internet pathways upon which international data can be transferred at millisecond speed.
Talend aims to make enterprise data more trustworthy
Talend Trust Score is a tool that enables users to assess the reliability of their data.
APAC network-attached storage revenue to reach $8.9 billion
Network attached storage has emerged as a viable alternative to the traditional storage mechanism in the Asia Pacific.
Australian construction companies more dependent on data than ever, study finds
The Australian construction industry is increasingly turning to digital technologies, and as a result data is becoming more important than ever, to the point companies would change software providers in order to gain better control of it.
Enterprise storage market knocked by COVID-19, but may bounce back
The overall APAC storage market revenue is now expected to grow at a CAGR of 5.5% during 2019-2024, compared to the previous forecast of 14.6% before the COVID-19 outbreak.
Research: Data more important for SMBs than ever
Research from Seagate shows that SMBs are leveraging data for recovery in new work-from-home environments.
Ping Identity empowers open banking adoption with additions to CDR sandbox
The new CDR versions establish the groundwork for concurrent consent, which enables a data holder to simultaneously have multiple data sharing arrangements with an individual customer.