Graph analysis stories
Neo4j announces winners of 2023 Graphie Awards in ANZ
The successful entrants were selected based on their exemplary use of graph technology to address the most significant enterprise challenges.
Neo4j and Google Cloud extend partnership with new integration
Neo4j has extended its partnership with Google Cloud by introducing a new native integration with Google Cloud’s BigQuery cloud data warehouse.
Neo4j to launch new Graphs4SG program with Temasek Polytechnic
Neo4j partners with Singapore's Temasek Polytechnic for its Graphs4SG program, training 200+ students by 2025.
Why graph analytics is the “next big thing” for data
According to predictions by Gartner, graph technology solutions from companies like Linkurious will be used in 80% of data and analytics projects by 2025.
Neo4j releases latest version of cloud-ready graph offering
Neo4j 5 is now generally available, giving customers access to the next-generation of its cloud-ready graph database.
SYSPRO achieves Technology Evaluation Centres certification
SYSPRO has been certified by Technology Evaluation Centres (TEC) after a successful demonstration session of its product.
Neo4j announces availability of graph analytics workspace
Neo4j has announced the availability of Neo4j Graph Data Science, a comprehensive graph analytics workspace built for data scientists.
Neo4j builds out ASEAN presence of graph data tech with four new partners
The partnerships aim to extend coverage in the region and meet the demand for graph data platforms required for enterprise innovation and transformation.
Why graph data platforms are crucial to telco success
Graph data platforms provide telcos with performance boosts and agility benefits over relational databases, enabling new levels of performance and insight.
Gartner’s top 10 data and analytics trends for 2019
Data is the fuel for the modern world, and analytics the engine. Gartner has compiled the top 10 trends to watch this year.
How graph analytics can help with data compliance
Businesses must ensure they comply with data regulations, according to Teradata, who says big data can transform operations.