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IDC: SD-WAN growth is exploding for at least the next 5 years

Just $225M in 2015, sales of SD-WAN gear will hit $1.19 billion this year as enterprises pick it to resolve challenges created by increasing cloud, mobile, big data and analytics traffic

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Cisco appoints Miyuki Suzuki as new president for APAC, Japan

Miyuki Suzuki has been promoted to president for Asia Pacific and Japan and is in charged of regional revenue growth across 18 markets.

Creating a digital society: Can we learn something from Estonia?

Estonia has noticeably more women than men. Some of its residents participate in a sport called ‘wife carrying.’ Others enjoy what looks like a high risk swinging activity (no, not that kind). Everyone loves to sing and use Skype.

AI’s biggest risk factor: Data gone wrong

Bad data is big issue for artificial intelligence, and as businesses increasingly embrace AI, the stakes will only get higher. Here’s how not to get burned.

Lina Lim leads the tech charge at Australia's NSX

Growing up in Jakarta, Indonesia, Lina Lim never imagined a career in technology. Instead her initial dreams were all about becoming a teacher.

Companies in ‘slow lane’ when advancing in data, analytics: Gartner

The lion's share of global companies - 91 per cent - haven’t reached a “transformational” level of maturity in data and analytics, despite this being a number one investment priority for CIOs, according to a worldwide Gartner survey.

Thinking bigger is better: Why your hybrid IT strategy needs to shoot for the stars

In 2017, I analysed the challenges CIOs are faced with as a result of an overwhelming influx of cloud services and the rise of shadow IT, the need to review cloud deployment architectures given the risk of hyperscale cloud failures. I also discussed the issue of multi-cloud implementation being mistaken for an effective hybrid IT strategy.

New tech uses telco network to help scientists gaze into space

Australian scientists have uncovered a way to use the telecommunications network to synchronise radio telescopes, which help scientists peer into deep space.

In-flight connectivity: 5 critical concerns for airline operators

With increasing demand for in-flight connectivity, the challenge of breach is higher in air. Here is what the service providers will have to keep in mind.

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The era of data analytics revolution is real: Noshin Kagalwalla, SAS

Analytics isn’t an afterthought for digital businesses with the advent of new technologies like IoT, ML and AI, says Noshin Kagalwalla, MD at SAS India.