Data Management

Swinburne, CA Technologies in virtualisation breakthrough

CA Technologies and Swinburne University of Technology’s joint research breaks new ground on "opaque data processing".

Seagate data recovery services make their way to Australia

Services to be delivered in partnership with Australian surveillance solutions providers Q Security Systems and Rhino Co Technology.

What's next for 'Social Analytics'

Once termed a ‘fad’, social media looks like its here to stay with organisations now taking it very seriously.

$65bn bill for data loss, downtime: survey

Majority of companies are also struggling with protecting big data, mobile and hybrid cloud environments.

Steve Wozniak rejoins Fusion-io buddies at new start-up

Silicon Valley veteran joins Primary Data as chief scientist.

Clean out the Clutter: Get more flash from 'Flash'

You might be spending your weekends doing a bit of spring cleaning at home as of late, but what about within your IT department?

The home automation hot pot

With the Intenet of Things spilling over into the home, the automation networks of the near future could resemble an electronic patchwork quilt.

Google, PwC forge key enterprise partnership

Global accounting and consultancy heavyweight to push Google’s suite of enterprise offerings (apps, cloud platform and Android devices) into businesses.

Microsoft to open Azure data centres in Sydney, Melbourne

New data centres to become available from next week.

Early warning network operator eyes ASX listing

Aeeris, the company running Australia’s only national location-based emergency and threat warning service seeks to raise $6 million via an IPO

CA Technologies, University of Melbourne team up on performance analytics

Three-year project aims to give businesses the ability to proactively manage network performance and ensure that the capacity-demand equation is never out of kilter.

It's splitsville for Symantec

Corporation to form separate publicly traded companies, one focused on security and the other targeting information management.

Why every public servant now needs to be an 'IT person'

Digital government will require more substantial change than just inserting the word “digital” into existing project descriptions and job titles.

NEC scores $150m defence deal

Japanese giant's Australian IT solutions and service division to consolidate the Department of Defence's 280 data centres around the country and overseas.

CIO budgets are beefing up quickly

The number of chief information officers who have been granted a larger budget for the coming year has almost doubled, a report shows.

ADMA forges alliance with peak analytics professionals body

Association for Data-driven Marketing and Advertising and Institute of Analytics Professionals of Australia forge alliance.

Govt launches interactive map of Australia in 'open data' push

Communications Department, NICTA and Geoscience Australia team up to build National Map showing broadband access and geographic information.

A data-driven financial transformation

Banks face a critical juncture: they can either capitalise on the opportunities provided by new technology, or risk becoming irrelevant.

Australian data services industry tipped to reach $1.74bn by 2020

Growth underpinned by demand for high-bandwidth apps and rapid uptake of cloud computing.

Turning data overload into business strength

Faster and more efficient data storage is a top priority for organisations. Data pressure is ramping up and it's time to get prepared.

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