IT Management > Databases

Tech Data forges APAC partnership with Yugabyte

26 April, 2022 by Dylan Bushell-Embling

IT distributor Tech Data and distributed SQL database company Yugabyte have formed a new partnership aimed at better serving their respective customers in APAC.

Instaclustr for PostgreSQL launched

20 December, 2021 by Dylan Bushell-Embling

Instaclustr has announced the general availability of object-relational database software PostgreSQL on its open-source platform.

Open data key to vaccine rollout

29 July, 2021 by Paul Leahy, Country Manager A/NZ, Qlik

As the Delta variant continues to spread across the country and Sydney's lockdown continues, all eyes are on the Australian government and its handling of the vaccine rollout.

Oracle helps Tasmania manage COVID-19 vaccine rollout

04 June, 2021

The Tasmanian Government has set up a digital platform, powered by the Oracle Health Management System, to facilitate the rollout of the COVID-19 vaccine.

Organisations struggling to deliver on data strategy

19 April, 2021 by Dylan Bushell-Embling

New research from MIT Technology Review and Databricks suggests that only 13% of organisations are truly succeeding at delivering on their data strategies.

Blockchain job postings triple as interest grows

19 June, 2017 by Dylan Bushell-Embling

With a wide variety of industries now evaluating adopting blockchain distributed ledger technology, ISACA has published new guidance for companies considering taking the plunge.

HelloFresh meal delivery improved by MapR platform

20 October, 2016

The MapR platform enables HelloFresh to leverage weekly subscriber touchpoints, consistently manage supply chains and demand, and optimise customer experience as well as business operations.

Aussie pharmacies process billionth e-script

05 August, 2015 by Dylan Bushell-Embling

The eRx Script Exchange has now processed more than 1 billion medical prescriptions electronically and is in use by nearly 20,000 Australian GPs.

MyHealth records surpass 2.2 million

04 June, 2015 by Dylan Bushell-Embling

Some 2.2 million Australians have signed up for a Personally Controlled Electronic Health Record (PCEHR) - now renamed a MyHealth record - and around 10,000 new people are applying per week.

How to stop a data lake turning into a data swamp

10 November, 2014 by Teradata

Organisations are beginning to understand the benefits of data lakes, but careful implementation of an effective metadata layer is needed to prevent those lakes from turning into swamps.

La Trobe taps SAP to support strategic plan

30 October, 2014 by Dylan Bushell-Embling

La Trobe University is deploying SAP's Simple Finance and Lifecycle Management suites as part of a five-year strategic transformation plan.

Data centre consolidation saving US govt $3.8bn

01 October, 2014 by Dylan Bushell-Embling

A project to cut down on the data centres used by US government departments is on track to generate about $3.8 billion in savings (US$3.3 billion) by end-FY15, but some agencies are not seeing benefits, a report finds.

ADF launches eHealth Information System

23 September, 2014 by Dylan Bushell-Embling

The ADF has launched - and is rolling out nationwide - an integrated e-health system that will provide all ADF members with a single record throughout their careers.

PCEHR under review, but is it “unfixable”?

07 November, 2013 by Dylan Bushell-Embling

The government has launched a review into the personally controlled electronic health record (PCEHR) project, claiming poor take-up rates to date among Australian clinicians.

Three risks of poor software licence management

31 October, 2013 by Susan Lang*

With an increasing number of devices being used across the enterprise and the eagerness with which many individuals, departments and branches tend to pursue their own software purchasing plans, is it any wonder that few organisations are able to easily identify their true software licensing costs?

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