Data sharing stories
Intel & Databricks collaborate for enhanced data management efficiency
Intel partners with Databricks to improve data management efficiency, reducing costs and enhancing performance.
Employees breaching security policies equal threat to cyber attacks in APAC
A third of cyber incidents within APAC businesses in the last two years were due to employees deliberately violating security protocols.
ConnectID brings digital identity solutions to Australian recruitment sector
ConnectID partners with Referoo, offering real-time, secure digital identity verification to the Australian recruitment sector.
Immuta's report reveals global struggle to stay abreast with AI advancements
Immuta's State of Data Security Report reveals that global executives struggle to keep up with the rapid pace of AI's advancement.
Business unease over third party data sharing shown in new Generative AI report
Businesses show concern about third-party data sharing needed to facilitate Generative AI models, says Cloudera report.
Denodo boosts data management with AI & enhanced self-service features
Denodo enhances its data management platform with AI functionality and new self-service features, driven by a $336M TPG investment.
Databricks accelerates data sharing with new partnerships
Databricks announces new Delta Sharing partnerships with Cloudflare, Dell, Oracle, and Twilio to continue growing its data-sharing ecosystem.
Australian consumers report data-sharing concerns
Twilio reveals new research proving trust and transparency are cornerstones of building a sustainable data-sharing ecosystem for digital marketing in Australia.
New data market concept to accelerate green transition
VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland has partnered with Nokia to develop a decentralised and local data marketplace for the built environment.
The “New Normal” brings greater responsibility
While the European Union has been a forerunner in the regulatory arena, GDPR is now just one of a multitude of different regulations.
How Auriga's IOTICS partnership leads the way for utility companies to securely share data
Auriga Services has partnered with IOTICS to revolutionise its Essential Sharing Network, enabling secure data sharing for utility companies.
Microsoft Teams users sharing business-critical information
There is an urgent need for greater backup for Microsoft Teams, with users sending confidential and critical information via the platform.
How using federated databases can enhance collaboration
The word 'federation' may bring to mind a governmental body, which is a fitting metaphor for understanding the concept of data federation.
Snowflake levels up data storage and sharing with Sigma
Snowflake has been chosen by Sigma to underpin the company's strategy to improve its data storage consolidation, access and data sharing.
Adobe expands Experience Platform with Segment Match
Adobe has revealed Segment Match, a new segment-sharing service for its Experience Platform, designed to power the data-sharing ecosystem.
Google introduces Privacy Sandbox on Android to limit data sharing
The solutions will limit sharing of user data with third parties and operate without cross-app identifiers, including advertising ID.
The Consumer Data Right and what it could mean for Aotearoa's data privacy
NZ Reserve Bank slow to adopt open banking despite support for data sharing rights.
Teradata collaborates with Amazon Web Services
Teradata has signed a Strategic Collaboration Agreement with AWS, enhancing product integrations and go-to-market programs.
Snowflake now supports open source Unified ID 2.0 with enhanced audience targeting and protection
Snowflake supports Unified ID 2.0 to enrich audience data while protecting personal information. Optimize data-first advertising strategies easily.
Consumer data right could empower Kiwis to have more control over their data
Consumers are one step closer to having more control over how their data is shared, as the UK Government plans to establish a consumer data right framework.
4 out 5 people do not want personal data collected or shared without consent
Four out of five people in the UK do not want their personal data collected or shared without their consent, a new survey has found.
How to stop your data lake from turning into a data swamp
Data is everywhere, but a report by Seagate and IDC reveals that 68% of an organisation's data goes unused and wasted.
Trend Micro brings AWS-powered banking solution to Australia
Trend Micro has introduced Australia's first automated open banking solution for secure data sharing, built on Amazon Web Services (AWS).
TIBCO outlines data sharing across open banking, finance and beyond
Open banking revolutionises finance, promising ease in switching services through secure data sharing.