Julia Gabel's stories
Exclusive interview: Tableau on data analytics, AI and GDPR
We sat down with Tableau chief product officer Francois Ajenstat to talk about how the company enables organisations to be more 'analytics capable'.
Learnings from the road: How New Zealand is leading the agritech revolution
Agriculture is transforming and growing more quickly than ever before.
Exclusive: VMware on the new equilibrium of digital business
“It’s important to realise that it’s not an overnight fix, it’s a journey, and it can take multiple years to get to the nirvana.”
Pure Storage: Building a data-centric architecture for successful AI
Organisations can now use this optimised approach in compute and storage to support their AI projects.
Software Defined Wide Area Network
Step up your network security with SD-WAN
Not just any SD-WAN solution can offer the right levels of network security.
Exclusive interview: Application-centric VS. knowledge-centric architecture
IT architecture is important at the moment because of the tremendous amount of change and the challenges in the market.
Power / Energy
Free run over for energy companies as Government tightens reins
To ensure consumers aren’t paying more for their energy than they need to, the Government has launched an investigation.
Cloud marketing company Seismic acquires key competitor
Total headcount for Seismic will increase to more than 450 across eight offices in the United States, Europe, and Australia.
Stuff takes 100% ownership of Stuff Fibre
“[We] look forward to continuing to build a great internet service for New Zealanders.”
General Data Protection Regulation
Equinix: Is GDPR overhyped?
Clearly, the GDPR is not suffering from underexposure, but is it overhyped?
12v vs. 48v: Calculating the energy savings of OCP-style PSUs
12V has been the standard output for power supplies, but recently we’re seeing 48V, with claims of much higher overall efficiency.
Polycom launches new cloud services for enterprises and service providers
“It makes sense to better leverage the cloud and improve the way our customers manage, measure and interact with voice, video and content sharing.”
Calm before the GDPR storm: An exclusive interview with Commvault
"GDPR is not just about your production data. It's so much more complex than that."
Ex-Dimension Data executive secures new sales role at Kordia Solutions
“We very much look forward to having him on board here at Kordia.”
Chorus reshuffles executive team as company veterans say goodbye
“I’m pleased to be joining Chorus at such an important point in its development as a company.”
Global CX company claims stake in A/NZ market with acquisition of local boutique
The company will also set up an office in New Zealand as a part of the expansion.
7 questions to ask before you sign with colocation provider
Your IT staff could spend considerable time at the colocation site or possibly require a permanent presence.
Using bare metal infrastructure to simplify app-migration out of the data center
“Our customers now have the best of both worlds as they seek to modernize their IT.”
Why water use is a key consideration when cooling your data center
For years in data center circles we’ve been talking about Power Usage Effectiveness, or PUE.
Hardware maintenance the way it should be - fast, reliable, affordable
“One of the major benefits of moving our equipment over to Interactive was the faster turnaround when our equipment fails.”
Taitokerau Fibre Networks and Kordia upgrade Northland fibre link
Taitokerau Fibre Networks is 80% owned by three Iwi of Te Taitokerau (Te Rarawa, Ngati Whatua and Whaingaroa).
Government invests $300m in nation's space sector, sets up first agency
“Space technologies are not just about taking people to the moon."
Cheese rolls & eye-rolls: Twitter reacts to #NZBudget2018
Yesterday was Budget Day, and since our Labour-led government released its first budget, Twitter has been afire with responses.
Rackspace capitalizes on global container adoption boom with new Kubernetes solution
The application container software market will grow 40% over the next few years, reaching nearly $3 billion by 2020, according to 451 Research.