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Alteryx carts Hyper Anna to boost AI-driven insights

Analytics automation firm Alteryx has acquired Hyper Anna, the company behind a cloud platform for generating artificial intelligence (AI)-driven automated insights from data, in...

Telstra, Wollongong uni put up hub for AIOT solutions

The University of Wollongong in Australia is working with Telstra, Microsoft and NVIDIA to position the Illawarra coastal region in New South Wales as...

SaaS management lags behind rapid adoption

The discipline of SaaS management across organisations lags behind this growth even if 70% of international IT leaders reported strong SaaS growth — in...

Making better use of data as a business asset

Technology companies are often guilty of constantly releasing new innovations and promoting the ‘latest and greatest’ from their offering, while forgetting that their recent...

TIBCO CTO on tech changes, APIs, and data

There was a time when money made the world go round. These days, it’s data that functions as the more valuable currency, especially as...

Driving a security-first culture: Start by focusing on the basics

Cyberattacks aren’t going away any time soon.  Rather, we should expect such attacks to only increase in frequency. That means the real question is how...

Ducati’s sporting director talks tech, team and timing

Paolo Ciabatti is the Sporting Director for Ducati Corse, the racing division of the Italian motorcycle powerhouse. With his decades in the racing world,...

MonotaRO widens SE Asia reach with Adyen

Japanese e-commerce firm MonotaRO had adopted online payments platform Adyan to expand its reach outside of Japan, specially across multiple markets in Southeast Asia.  A provider of...

From zombies to bots: The 3 API security risks every developer needs to watch

Who’s responsible for the security of your development and production environments?  Oftentimes, it’s not the security team alone, but the developers themselves. This trend is...

2 in 5 firms more productive with remote work

Two-thirds of business executives believe that remote work will continue in some form beyond the pandemic, despite a clear divergence in views over employee productivity...