CW ANZ - October 2017: Rise to the big data challenge

CW ANZ - October 2017: Rise to the big data challenge


Like their counterparts in other parts of the world, Australian businesses are facing a data explosion as they roll out more digital services for customers. Take IAG for instance. A year ago, the insurance giant had a data store of just over 80 terabytes, but today it manages a collection of two petabytes which is growing by 14 terabytes a month. In this month’s issue of CW ANZ, we look at how Aussie organisations are fine-tuning their storage strategy to keep up with the demands of big data without compromising performance and service levels.

Also in this issue:

Australia presses on with decryption plans: The Australian government remains undaunted in requiring technology firms to provide access to encrypted communications in law enforcement efforts.

APAC public cloud market set to top $10bn: Led by growing demand for cloud infrastructure services, the public cloud market is now dominated by Microsoft, Amazon and Alibaba, which is expanding its footprint outside China.  

Hyper-convergence will be commoditised, says Nutanix president: Nutanix president Sudheesh Nair talks to Aaron Tan about the future of hyper-convergence, its relationship with the cloud, and the company’s challenges in building its business in Asia.

12 Oct 2017
12 Oct 2017
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