Data Management
4:10
8 hours ago

AI needs the right information architecture

Analytics has become an overwhelming challenge for many organisations, and demands built-in intelligence, says IBM.

2:40
9 hours ago

Take analytics to the data, not vice versa

Copying and extracting data allows it to lose value and context, and causes latency, which makes the data out of date, says IBM.

5:50
11 hours ago

SITA engages private sector to power first govt cloud

The agency signs a 10-year contract with Gijima, IBM and Huawei to launch a government cloud platform.

4:50

Software AG impresses Gartner again

For the 11th consecutive year, Software AG was named a leader in the Gartner Magic Quadrant for Enterprise Architecture Tools.

1:30
Today

Redstor partners with VMware

Redstor will backup a physical or virtual system and recover it directly into VMware, even if it has been running in a different hypervisor.

5:10
Today

Secutel boosts efficiencies with Qlik

The company selected Qlik Sense for its freedom of access and the ability to work within the data and present it in a powerfully visual way.

3:30

SA astronomers go open source for massive MeerKAT data

The South African Radio Astronomy Observatory will use open source technology to store and retrieve the huge volumes of data from the MeerKAT radio telescope.

4:30
Yesterday

Microsoft, IAMCP collaborate

The two announced joint strategic plans to strengthen collaboration and support avenues for local Microsoft partners throughout FY19.

4:50
Yesterday

Defining metadata and its relevance

Metadata management within the data and analytics space can be a leading source of developing a competitive advantage.

4:30
Wednesday

A guide to navigating the digital hype

Artificial intelligence has the potential to impact people and processes far beyond the scope of a single project, says Aspect Software.

0:40
Tuesday

White paper: Veritas presents NetBackup 8.1.2

Organisations need a reliable solution to protect their mission-critical data.

3:40
Tuesday

Azure data centre brings possibilities to SA

According to BUI's Willem Malan, the opening of Azure data centres in South Africa will alleviate concerns around data sovereignty and latency.

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