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CommVault beats Q3 estimates
With big data garnering so much attention at the moment, its no wonder CommVault beat estimates for sales and profits for its Q3 2013 figures.
Business and technology trends 2013
The top trend in technology for 2013 is the continued corporatisation of consumer and mobile technology. Expect more consumers to step up their use of
Big Data vendor market perception stays positive
Sentiment surrounding Big Data vendors remained positive last year, despite sceptics’ suggestions the subject had been ‘over-hyped’.
Enough BYOD; now it’s bring your own app
Tired of the endless BYOD stories? Here’s a new one for you. Bring your own app.
Preparing for the Big Data revolution
Security leaders urge organisations to prepare for how Big Date will transform security approaches and technologies by 2015.
2013 Cloud Predictions
Rackspace ANZ Country Manager Mark Randall offers his thoughts on the world of cloud computing during 2013.
HP Vertica introduces Big Data Solutions Certification Program
Company says "program empowers channel partners, IT professionals to monetise structured, semistructured, unstructured data".
Kiwi IT spending to hit $11 billion by 2013
Gartner predicts 2% rise from 2012, as Asia Pacific spending is expected to reach US$743 billion next year.
Cloud carrying industry “forces”
Cloud is the carrier for industry forces such as mobile, social media and big data.
Businesses boom through Big Data
The "Big Data" phenomenon seems to have appeared from almost nowhere, but in reality, some aspects of this emerging trend are not new.
No silver bullet for managing ‘Big Data’
Diversification is essential to keep data storage from becoming a cost centre that slows people and processes down.
No silver bullet: Managing ‘Big Data'
By Bruce Coulthard, senior solutions consultant Australia/New Zealand, Quantum
Big Data - control it, analyse it, make decisions
Data warehouses are evolving from simple storers of information to providers of analysis - what does it mean for your business?