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Concerns about data location, security and privacy risks - as well as software integration problems - mean that 7 out of 10 UK organizations spend less than 10 percent of their IT budgets on cloud services
New Zealand's Minister of Finance says open data and Big Data analytics will reshape the way government produces its annual Budget.
New research concludes ERP budgets are shrinking but project length and delays have increased. Why the contradictory data?
Telstra has announced a set of new plans, as well as a 'New Phone Feeling' feature that will allow customers to upgrade their phones annually.
One of the main dangers of starting Big Data projects is spending too much. In this article, we discuss ways to avoid that trap.
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Despite an onslaught of devastating high-profile cyberattacks, four in five CEOs aren't regularly informed about potential threats to their organizations and only 14 percent of top executives play an active role in the incident response process.
Although many senior finance executives are planning double-digit rises for IT spending next year, there's a difference of views among the money men about where the funds should go.
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Tight budgets are as challenging for the fire services as they are for any other branch of the public sector so how can big data needs to prove its worth.
The draft U.K. Communications Data Bill, dubbed the "snoopers' charter," has faced widespread criticism for its widespread surveillance powers. Now the U.K.'s data protection chief has weighed in.
Could Data Science be the tech skill that puts India in a position of unqualified leadership?
Issues such as network latency, immature legal frameworks and inadequate safeguards for customers to disengage from cloud services mean most will retain critical apps in-house, observers note.
Influx of more and varied data means enterprises need databases that can efficiently process both traditional and unstructured data in real-time to reduce hardware costs and sprawl, analysts note.
Focus on trust necessary before adoption of healthcare IT can take off, and more so for transformative benefits to be realized, IBM execs say.
Cloud-based business intelligence tools offer benefits but still lack real business driver, say analysts, who advise enterprises to evaluate cost savings before adopting such services.
Artificial intelligence today used in various verticals to increase business efficiency, lower costs and reduce human risks, observe market players.
Unstable economy will push Asian companies to transform their business models to become more customer-centric, and IT offerings will become "singular" but more focused, says IDC.
Analysts reveal how...
The bandwidth-to-cost ratio of Verizion's $20 "promotional data plan" is too high for it to be a good deal for cost-conscious and data-shy customers.
Insurers expand IT budgets in line with economic growth, and more inclined to experiment with tech such as cloud computing and business intelligence, Ovum notes.
Disaster recovery plans remain largely inadequate among businesses in Asia-Pacific, but more looking at cloud adoption as part of overall strategy and to help manage budget.