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IoT Analytics Explained

Internet of Things (IoT) analytics is the practice of gathering data from connected devices and analysing that data to gather insights or aid decision-making.   Typically associated with industrial IoT, IoT analytics...

Data in Motion Applications Explained

From an analytics perspective, “Data in Motion” applications refer to the ability to process and analyse data from connected devices at the edge. The data can be collected from devices that are themselves in motion,...

Geospatial Data Explained

What is Geospatial Data? Geospatial Data Explained.   As the name suggests, geospatial data refers to data that has a geographic or locational component to it. This geospatial component could come in various forms,...

Welcome to 2019: More Data, More Clouds, More Automation

By KT Ong, country manager – Malaysia, Dell EMC   Over the course of the year, we would have heard endless discussions within organisations and with our customers about technology innovations, with AI and...

Location Data Explained

What is location data? Location data carries geographic information. Any device that has a GPS signal to identify its location can provide location data. This data comes from mobile devices, smartphones, tablets,...

Data Virtualisation: The Steps to Democratise Your Data

Democratising data is about putting more data in the hands of more staff and employees. The belief being, by distributing data and the ability to analyse that data as widely as possible across a workforce, people can apply their...

Veeam and NetApp’s One-Stop Shop Environment

DSA recently met with Raymond Goh, Technical Director for the Asia & Japan region, Veeam Software, to discuss Veeam’s collaborative engagement with NetApp and how the two companies are combining their...

NetApp and Veeam on the Disruptive Path

DSA was privileged to catch up with Matthew Hurford, CTO of NetApp when he was in Singapore recently. It was an opportune time to talk about NetApp’s collaborative efforts with Veeam. Matthew explains that the synergy...

Rogue Access Points Explained

A Rogue Access Point is defined as any wireless Access Point that are not part of the network. It might be operating on the same or an adjacent frequency, occupying the spectrum, raising the noise level (co-channel or adjacent...

Wi-fi Phishing Explained

Wifi Phishing is when cyber criminals create a malicious WiFi access point that appears similar or identical to a legitimate WiFi access point. This malicious WiFi access point is sometimes known as the "evil...