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Ransomware
Cybercriminals laundered $8.6 billion worth of cryptocurrency in 2021 - report
Chainalysis is releasing its latest money laundering report analysing money laundering activity from the previous year. 
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Artificial Intelligence
Cloudian and AI platform WEKA integrate to tackle big data while strengthening APAC partnership
Cloudian has announced the integration of its HyperStore object storage with the WEKA data platform for AI, providing exabyte-scalable private cloud storage for processing iterative analytical workloads. 
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Artificial Intelligence
Rackspace Technology to acquire Just Analytics, a provider of cloud data, analytics, and AI
The acquisition also brings strong regional ties into the Microsoft Azure ecosystem, with Just Analytics recently being awarded four regional Microsoft Partner of the Year awards.
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Qlik
Explainability: the foundation of trust in data
In 2022, data is one of the most valuable assets Australian organisations possess. Long-term success and durability for businesses rest upon it.
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Oracle
Oracle scales up converged charging to assist CSPs and 5G deployments
Oracle has scaled up its converged charging, a move they say will combat problems associated with mass commercial 5G deployments.
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Artificial Intelligence
Ulisse launches visual data collection platform to transform physical spaces into smart spaces
Intelligence technology company Ulisse has launched a computer vision platform that transforms physical spaces into data-rich intelligent places.
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Cybersecurity
Experts place the human factor at the centre of cybersecurity strategies
An expert panel examines the human faces of the cybersecurity, the evolving role and responsibility of CISOs, and how shaping a cyber-aware security culture within organisations is integral to minimising the growing threat of cybercrime.
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SaaS
Major developments in cloud, data analytics and warehousing in store for 2022
Key trends for data in the year ahead include open data lake analytics stack, open source, data engineering, more SaaS and containers.
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Microsoft
Data-Driven obtains Advanced Specialisation in Analytics on Microsoft Azure
"The Microsoft Advanced Specialisation validates Data-Driven's capability to deliver end-to-end specialised data and analytics services."
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Hybrid Cloud
Major developments in cloud, AI, deep learning and data analytics expected in 2022
Hybrid and multi-cloud, AI and deep learning, services, data sharing and new table formats have topped the list for data predictions in 2022.
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Business Intelligence / BI
Sisense fuses data analytics with tools including Python and SQL
Business intelligence firm Sisense sees a future in analytics and code-first functionality.
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Neo4j
Neo4j builds out ASEAN presence of graph data tech with four new partners
The partnerships aim to extend coverage in the region and meet the demand for graph data platforms required for enterprise innovation and transformation.
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Cybersecurity
Contextual analytics, cybersecurity mesh, and zero-touch service management to dominate IT in 2022
The role of IT has expanded significantly over the last two years, with organisations forced to rethink and revamp the way they work.
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Cybersecurity
Positive Technologies reveals updated cybersecurity platform
Positive Technologies has released a new version of its Network Attack Discovery solution, PT NAD.
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Sisense
Redefining ‘the culture of analytics’ in 2022
More Australian and New Zealand organisations are harnessing the power of AI and data to drive revenue growth and improve efficiencies.
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Video
Video technology hard at work saving lives in the resources sector
Much has been said in recent times about the emerging power of video and its increasing ability to help the world see. This is not just prevalent in the security sector but across multiple industries and a wide variety of scenarios.
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Artificial Intelligence
Ava Security launches new cloud-connected security camera
Ava Security has launched Ava Bullet, a cloud-connected security camera that uses AI, machine learning and acoustic analytics.
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Board International
Board International Australia partners with Decision Inc. to enhance development strategies
Decision-making platform provider Board International has announced a new partnership with data and analytics consultancy company Decision Inc. Australia. 
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Sponsored
Scaling AI: Making machine-learning models more effective and efficient
High-quality, clean and appropriately labelled data is undeniably crucial in today's world. Companies are increasingly dependent on the ability of AI and machine learning (ML) models to provide real-time insights that drive business and customer engagement outcomes. 
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Artificial Intelligence
Strengthening supply chain resilience amid VUCA
As Australia begins to emerge from lockdown manufacturers continue to suffer from shortages, hindering the recovery of their downstream customers. Whether it's transportation bottlenecks or crippling ransomware attacks and labour shortages, shocks to supply chains now reverberate on a global level.
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Sisense
Credit Clear bolsters digital customer journey with business analytics
Credit Clear says offering customers the ability to pay as they go has been a welcome move, particularly as the pandemic puts undue stress on financial situations and overdue payments.
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Robotics
OnRobot makes software debut with the WebLytics solution
OnRobot, the maker of plug-and-produce robotics tools for collaborative applications, has launched the WebLytics software solution to enhance productivity and minimise downtime.
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Infrastructure
Cloudian expands HyperIQ solution with management and security features
According to the company, the new features address the challenge of managing modern storage infrastructures that are increasingly distributed across geographically dispersed data centers.
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Cybersecurity
Lacework and Snowflake partner, bring data into the security conversation
The partnership sees Lacework data available in the Snowflake Data Cloud, enabling organisations to analyse and report on risk and threats across their cloud and container environments.