Simon Eid stories
MongoDB Atlas completes Australia’s IRAP security assessment
MongoDB Atlas can now be used by Australian government agencies to securely build modern applications in the cloud, quickly and at scale.
Tech innovation crucial to growth, but barriers remain
Businesses in the ANZ region believe tech innovation is crucial to drive future growth, but 76% say they’re being held back by complex data architecture.
MongoDB announces significant expansion of AWS partnership
MongoDB expands strategic collaboration with AWS to simplify cloud adoption and advance customer migration to MongoDB Atlas on AWS.
Data in the 21st century: Harness the power of a new age
The COVID-19 crisis has shown the critical importance of data. Businesses that have embraced digital transformation are thriving in the Data Age.
4 ways AU’s job market will change in 2019 thanks to AI and ML
Splunk's Simon Eid delves into all the difficult issues, like will robots take IT jobs and what this means for the future of jobs in AU.
NSW government's new cyber security strategy
The NSW government launches new cyber security strategy to boost public sector capability and combat cyber threats.
GDPR: Australia is at the tip of the security iceberg. It’s time to sink or swim
What does GDPR mean for Australian organisations? Splunk outlines key points.
IoT security: prioritise, practice, and predict
Splunk ANZ area vice president Simon Eid gives advice on how to ensure that you and your clients IoT network is kept safe and secure.
Damage control: Are your computer systems ready to recover?
Splunk discusses the importance of a good disaster recovery plan and how it can be administered.
Four ways machine learning technology will evolve in 2018
Splunk breaks down four machine learning innovations that we are likely to see over the course of 2018.
Three ways to proactively manage cybersecurity for Aussie businesses
Simon Eid, Splunk ANZ area vice president talks about how to best approach a proactive cybersecurity plan.
Why big data protection is actually a team sport
Across the globe, backdoors in IoT systems provide hackers with millions of unprotected gateways into IT infrastructure.