Big data projects don't exist in a vacuum
Stories by James Henderson
The University of Canterbury is the first university in Australasia to develop training through unique access to cloud infrastructure, designed to solve big-data analysis problems for staff and students.
As organisations increasingly rely on the insights gleaned from big data to make critical business decisions, the role of the data scientist has become crucial.
“Nelson should do everything possible to encourage these entrepreneurs..."
"Christchurch employers are committed to building their IT teams for the future."
The Government has pledged $22.2 million to help bolster the country’s cyber security infrastructure, as part of the Budget 2016 announcements.
Spark and network partner Huawei enable first 4.5G mobile site in New Zealand.
“I didn’t come here to look backwards, I came here to look forward and obviously, things are going to change."
“Our future is one that will be defined by technology that is so powerful, it will be difficult to comprehend what is possible."
“It’s got a nice ring to it," said Dell CEO, Michael Dell, when addressing key EMC customers and partners.
Speculation around the future of VMware intensified this morning, with CEO Pat Gelsinger left off the program guide for EMC World 2016.
Spark implements new cooling system in one of its Central Auckland data centres.
The global tablet market began 2016 just as 2015 left off: down.
“By 2020, Gartner predicts that over half of all IoT implementations will use some form of cloud-based security service.”
A further 350 schools will be able to access wireless technology, following a funding increase of $8.5 million.