Featured IT News

Viettel, Nokia team up on Vietnam’s first 5G broadcast

20 September 2019 in Business Telecommunications

Vietnam’s largest mobile network operator Viettel and Nokia have broadcast the first end-to-end 5G network in Ho Chi Minh City…

Kyckr completes $5.2 million capital raise via share placement

20 September 2019 in Listed Tech

Australian-listed technology regulation company Kyckr has completed a $5.2 million capital raising led by investor and founder and CEO of…

ACMA acts against telco Infinity Telecom over industry rules breach

20 September 2019 in Telecoms & NBN

The Australian Communications and Media Authority (ACMA) has taken action against Sydney-based telco Infinity Telecom for breaching industry rules requiring…

Sites hit by card-skimming being re-used for malicious activity

20 September 2019 in Security

Sites that have been decommissioned due to attacks by the card-skimming attack group Magecart are being hijacked and re-used for…

Traffic, transport infrastructure get green light for NBN connection

19 September 2019 in Telecoms & NBN

Operators of traffic signals, automatic teller machines and a range of other specialised devices can now connect to select services…

Regulatory ‘certainty’ a must to attract Asian investors to Australia: Huawei chairman

19 September 2019 in Business Telecommunications

Huawei Australia chairman John Lord says that Australia cannot turn its back on Asia’s fast growing technological innovation, but warned…

Simjacker – Australians are safe

19 September 2019 in Security

All three Australian telcos have confirmed that Simjacker cannot hurt their customers.

US sues Snowden over not getting book vetted by CIA, NSA

18 September 2019 in Government Tech Policy

The US Government has filed a case against whistleblower Edward Snowden for publishing a book without first submitting it to…

Oracle sets sights on cloud domination

18 September 2019 in Enterprise Cloud

Global enterprise database and application provider, Oracle, has unleashed its vision to build the autonomous cloud, signalling an underlying ambition…

Ericsson China 'smart' factory now operational

18 September 2019 in Manufacturing Technology

Swedish tech giant Ericsson says it has completed a 500 million kroner (US $51.5 million) transformation of its “smart” manufacturing…

Online spending on digital, physical goods forecast to pass US$6 trillion by 2024

18 September 2019 in Market

The total global transaction value of online payments for digital and physical goods will exceed US$6 trillion by 2024 –…

5G ‘unlikely’ significant threat to NBN Co business, privatisation talk 'premature': minister

17 September 2019 in Business Telecommunications

The minister responsible for delivery of the national broadband network says the introduction of 5G services in Australia is unlikely…

NBN price cuts for wholesale NBN services good news for ‘budget conscious’ households, says minister

17 September 2019 in Telecoms & NBN

NBN Co’s flagging of proposed lower wholesaler pricing for some broadband network entry level product bundles is good news for…

Ola integrates Apple Pay in rideshare platform for Australia, NZ

17 September 2019 in Market

Rideshare platform Ola has integrated Apple Pay as a payment method in Australia and New Zealand in what it says…

NBN Co proposes discounts to broadband network wholesale prices

17 September 2019 in Telecoms & NBN

Australia's national broadband network builder and operator NBN Co is proposing to introduce significant discounts and extra capacity inclusions across…

Contracting in the ascendancy as tech skills shortage takes hold, says recruiter

17 September 2019 in Recruitment

Australian businesses are being held back by the country’s tech skills shortage, with many businesses now looking to skilled migration…

Vic drivers' licence data to be used for facial recognition

17 September 2019 in Technology Regulation

Data from drivers' licences issued in Victoria will be uploaded to the Federal Government's National Driver Licence Facial Recognition Solution,…

Mimecast aims to capitalise on Symantec sale and grab customers

17 September 2019 in Enterprise Solutions

Email security provider Mimecast has gone in hard in a bid to capitalise on the proposed sale of Symantec's enterprise…

Breaking IT News

30iGala - Remembering Internet history: Peter Coroneos video interviews Alex Zaharov-Reutt

20 September 2019 in Development

In a role reversal, the organiser of the 30th Anniversary of the Internet Gala Dinner on October 31, Peter Coroneos,…

ARENA allocates $460.5k to Alliance for Energy Productivity

20 September 2019 in Energy

The Australian Renewable Energy Agency (ARENA) has allocated $460,500 in funding to the Australian Alliance for Energy Productivity (A2EP) to…

ownCloud, Securosys enable encryption through hardware security modules

20 September 2019 in Cloud

Open-source file syncing and sharing software company ownCloud has tied up with Swiss IT security vendor Securosys SA to offer…

Barracuda launches MSP business in Australia, NZ

20 September 2019 in Strategy

Cloud security and data protection solutions vendor Barracuda Networks has launched its managed service provider (MSP) business into Australia and…

New group using Windows malware to attack Saudi targets: claim

20 September 2019 in Security

A hitherto unknown group that has been dubbed Tortoiseshell is using both customised and common Windows malware to target IT…

Switkowski reappointed as chair of NBN Co

19 September 2019 in People Moves

Telecommunications executive Dr Ziggy Switkowski has been reappointed for another three years as Chair of NBN Co, the builders and…

Your employer may neglect training, but you can't: analyst

19 September 2019 in Education

IT workers need to develop cloud-related skills — on their own time if necessary — if they are to remain…

Windows ransomware WannaCry still spreading, but the kick has gone

19 September 2019 in Security

The infamous ransomware WannaCry, which burst on to the world stage in May 2017, is still very much alive and…

Bloomberg reporter who wrote Supermicro supply chain yarn promoted

19 September 2019 in Security

The American news agency Bloomberg has promoted one of the two journalists who wrote a story last year claiming that…

Pure Storage moves up and down market

19 September 2019 in Storage & Cloud Storage

New products from Pure Storage variously address customers' diverse requirements for higher performance and lower cost storage.

OPPO unveils new wired, wireless charging technologies

19 September 2019 in Mobility

Smartphone maker OPPO claims its next generation of flash charge technologies — 65W SuperVOOC Fast Charge 2.0 and 30W Wireless…

Tableau 2019.3 explains itself

18 September 2019 in Business Software

New features in the 2019.3 release of the Tableau analytics software include the ability to explain the value of a…

Equinix extends Oracle Cloud Infrastructure global reach, spanning five continents

18 September 2019 in Deals

Global interconnection and data centre provider, Equinix, today announced its role in enabling enterprises across five continents to privately connect…

Automation Anywhere appoints industry veteran as first chief strategy officer

18 September 2019 in People Moves

Robotic process automation (RPA) company Automation Anywhere has appointed industry veteran Stephen DeWitt as its first chief strategy officer.

Non-cash payments market boom, but banks ‘reluctant’ to embrace open banking

18 September 2019 in Market

The global transaction volume of non-cash payments is growing rapidly, including in Australia, with non-cash transactions booming and competition flourishing,…

Huawei donates funds to Deaf Australia

18 September 2019 in Strategy

Huawei Australia is donating over $34,000 to Deaf Australia following its partnership with the charity and the Canberra Raiders in…

Swinburne gains Adobe Creative Campus status

18 September 2019 in Education

Swinburne University of Technology has become the first university in Australia to achieve Adobe Creative Campus status as part of…

VIDEO INTERVIEW: Zebra execs talk blockchain, automation, AR/VR and more at APPFORUM 2019

18 September 2019 in Enterprise Solutions

At Zebra's AppForum events around the world, the company shares how its customers are, and can, gain an "intelligent edge…

Stallman quits FSF, MIT over comments on sexual assault

18 September 2019 in Open Source

The founder of the free software movement, Richard Stallman, has resigned both from his position at the Massachusetts Institute of…

Woman held over alleged ID fraud after AFP, ASIC investigation

18 September 2019 in Security

A Melbourne woman aged 21 has been arrested in connection with a fraud and identity theft syndicate which allegedly stole…

Satellite operator Kleos signs first South American contract

18 September 2019 in Space

Australian-listed space technology operator Kleos Space has signed its first South American order, with an order by a Brazillian-based integrator.

 

Popular News

 

Telecommunications

Subscribe to Newsletter

*  Enter the security code shown:

VENDOR NEWS & EVENTS

REVIEWS

Recent Comments

Sunday, 14 April 2019 22:14

Denodo eyeing huge potential for virtual data in Australia

By

Angel Vina, chief executive of data virtualisation software platform Denodo, says the company is seeing phenomenal potential worldwide and is planting the seeds for growth in ANZ.

Vina took time from his schedule to speak with iTWire at a recent major Australian Big Data event and explained the company set up APAC headquarters in Singapore in mid-2017, then opened operations in Australia the following year.

“We are seeing phenomenal expansion in areas such as data integration, mobility and the more physical approaches to data integration. The company grew by 65% last year and is expecting to add a new customer every 1.2 days in 2019,” he said.

Denodo’s offering creates a metadata layer between the application and the physical data, and then provides an agile way to bring that data to business users.

“Do not wire your data assets to your applications, as it does not bring agility to your business processes or growth of your organisation. Virtualising that data brings faster ways to provision data to business users, and the only way you can do that is with a logical approach. Place the metadata layer on top of physical assets, unify that, then create a single point of access. Once you have a well-organised catalogue of metadata, fast and easy management of the information is a given,” said Vina.

Denodo has been targeting large organisations around the globe and has its sights set on several sectors of the Australian market including mining, financial services and government. The local and regional teams are apparently well-established already, with full marketing functions, inside sales, field sales, and support.

“Based on our conversations and the engagements we have already had in Australia, we are seeing very much the same thing as in any mature market worldwide. Big industries and market sectors are looking for more agility around how they deal with data, the lineage of the data, then they require self-service capabilities for reporting and analytics. This is no different from what we see in very mature markets like Western Europe or North America and gives us confidence in our decision to move into the market here," Vina said.

”Denodo faces very little direct competition in the market and suggests that virtualisation of data totally disrupts the way data management is being done by large companies. The platform provides an alternative to ETLs or any other technology that wires the connections between apps and data sources. Gartner recently moved Denodo into the “Challenger” category, whereas they were previously listed as a “Visionary”. 

“If you go through that report, you see the change in mentality that Gartner is promoting,” suggests Vina. In the Magic Quadrant, 50% of those companies have traditional ways of doing data integration – we are the only company with this metadata approach. Data integration is no longer opting for a physical approach, it is looking for a logical one, and that is us.”

Denodo apparently has “several strong partners in the data space” and is looking to grow that number to between eight and ten. These currently include names such as Servian, Deloitte and RXP. The company will look to increase its partner base in the ANZ channel, as the local business grows.

As to what can we expect from Denodo in the near future, Vina states “there is big potential for us, the growth rate for this market sees more and more data projects in all areas; data services layers, governance with data security, in the big data space with providing semantic layers across multiple data lakes, eliminating borders with cloud migration projects, legacy replacements decoupling apps from mainframes and legacy systems and helping customers modernise their infrastructure. The potential for growth is in front of us with big numbers.”

LEARN HOW TO REDUCE YOUR RISK OF A CYBER ATTACK

Australia is a cyber espionage hot spot.

As we automate, script and move to the cloud, more and more businesses are reliant on infrastructure that has high potential to be exposed to risk.

It only takes one awry email to expose an accounts payable process, and for cyber attackers to cost a business thousands of dollars.

In the free white paper ‘6 steps to improve your Business Cyber Security’ you will learn some simple steps you should be taking to prevent devastating malicious cyber attacks from destroying your business.

Cyber security can no longer be ignored, in this white paper you will learn:

· How does business security get breached?
· What can it cost to get it wrong?
· 6 actionable tips

DOWNLOAD NOW!

ADVERTISE ON ITWIRE NEWS SITE & NEWSLETTER

iTWire can help you promote your company, services, and products.

Get more LEADS & MORE SALES

Advertise on the iTWire News Site / Website

Advertise in the iTWire UPDATE / Newsletter

Promote your message via iTWire Sponsored Content/News

Guest Opinion for Home Page exposure

Contact Andrew on 0412 390 000 or email [email protected]

OR CLICK HERE!

David M Williams

David has been computing since 1984 where he instantly gravitated to the family Commodore 64. He completed a Bachelor of Computer Science degree from 1990 to 1992, commencing full-time employment as a systems analyst at the end of that year. David subsequently worked as a UNIX Systems Manager, Asia-Pacific technical specialist for an international software company, Business Analyst, IT Manager, and other roles. David has been the Chief Information Officer for national public companies since 2007, delivering IT knowledge and business acumen, seeking to transform the industries within which he works. David is also involved in the user group community, the Australian Computer Society technical advisory boards, and education.