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“Data and the cloud” would be recognised as critical infrastructure in Australia under changes to legislation introduced by the government last week. The proposed amendments would also hand the government coercive powers during a cyber-attack. On Thursday Home Affairs Minister Peter Dutton revealed his planned legislation changes that would upgrade

Artificial Intelligence applications, once fully operationalised, require significant compute power and data storage. So while public cloud vendors offer enticing pricing models for AI as a service, when it comes time to move beyond experimentation it is often more cost effective to run the systems on premise. That is according

Companies often prioritise investment in customer-facing systems over infrastructure projects, but it’s important to realise that both are critical to success, says Shailendra Kumar, Vice President and Chief Evangelist at SAP, “As the new customer-facing systems usually have a direct impact on customer experience, management finds it easy to approve

The ability to capture both structured and unstructured data and share it is crucial for organisations to analyse it effectively. However, as organisations plan their evolution from descriptive to predictive analytics, one of the key issues they face is a lack of infrastructure. A recent SAP report, Challenges for Analytics as

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With news last week that Telstra has begun switching on its 5G technology, Australia seems set to be using the fifth generation of mobile technology before the end of the decade. However, new research from Axicom suggest the path to 5G may be a shared one. The report, How shared infrastructure costs