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While media coverage focus on a few spectacular Big Data successes, giving the impression that Big Data analytics is “as easy as collecting some data, deploying an application or two and waiting for the ‘game-changing’ insights to start rolling in,” the … Continue reading ?
Hot on the heels of Microsoft Corp. unveiling a landmark expansion of its infrastructure-as-a-service platform, Amazon.com Inc. is sending the ball back into Redmond’s court with a new add-on meant to make it easier for Windows shops to move their … Continue reading ?
For all the talk of consumerization in the enterprise, the mission-critical applications powering core operations at most of the world’s largest organizations today remain as unwieldy and complicated as they were 20 years ago. Enter Capriza Inc., which has has … Continue reading ?
Verizon Communications Inc. didn’t bother to ask respondents whether their organizations have embraced the new way of consuming computing resources in its second annual study on the state of enterprise cloud adoption. The battle has already been decided. Instead, the … Continue reading ?
The marriage of Big Data with business intelligence is still evolving, but already it’s become an industry that’s worth multiple billions of dollars. Organizations are falling over themselves to transform their Big Data into actionable insights, and now IBM and … Continue reading ?
Ghouls, ghosts, vampires, zombies, princesses, minions – those are just some of the creatures you’ll be seeing tonight knocking at your door and screaming “trick or treat!” Kids will be bouncing off the wall with all the candy they collect … Continue reading ?
Facebook Inc. has a tradition of holding a Q&A session every Friday, allowing employees to ask Facebook CEO and co-founder Mark Zuckerberg just about anything, and now Zuckerberg will be extending that Q&A to Facebook’s users for the first time. “Q&A with … Continue reading ?
The consumer cloud space just got a bit more exciting, following the recent announcement by Microsoft that Office 365 subscribers will soon have unlimited storage. Microsoft seemed quite jubilant about the move, with Chris Jones, OneDrive corporate VP quite loftily … Continue reading ?
The most prolific and populous Bitcoin community on Google+ is hosted by Avatar X, an interesting individual who runs the blog Appatic. He brought the Bitcoin Community into being in 2012 with co-founder Cameron Ruggles, and it has almost been … Continue reading ?
Nintendo Co. Ltd. first got people up and moving with Wii Sports and Wii Fit, and now the 125-year-old Japanese entertainment company wants to make sure people are sleeping well too. Nintendo is teaming up with medical technology company ResMed to develop … Continue reading ?
OpenStack might still have plenty of detractors who say it’s an over-hyped and immature technology, but the number of backers continues to grow. Yesterday, Flash storage vendor Pure Storage Inc., became the latest company to pledge support for the OpenStack … Continue reading ?
It’s been a tough week for mobile wallets with major retailers disabling NFC in payment devices in an effort to block systems that rely on it, such as Google Wallet and Apple Pay. Be that as it may, if you … Continue reading ?
In light of Samsung’s poor Q3 2014 earnings, released yesterday, the company promised to overhaul its smartphones. It seems to be doing just that with the launch of the Galaxy A5 and the Galaxy A3. Both are all metal devices … Continue reading ?
For those who have been waiting for the official arrival of the Galaxy Note Edge since it was launched last month, the wait may be nearly over. According to supposedly leaked documents revealed by Windows Central, the Galaxy Note Edge … Continue reading ?
Linux vendor CoreOS has made its Docker-centric Enterprise Registry available as a standalone product. Now, the product can be used with any Docker-enabled operating system, having previously only been available as part of CoreOS’s Premium Managed Linux service. With the … Continue reading ?
After two years of testing with a select group of customers, DreamHost is finally ready to make its OpenStack-based cloud available to the broader public – but it’s still officially in beta with no time frame for launch. This presumably means … Continue reading ?
This week’s Smart City roundup features a work desk that commands you to get movin’, an acquisition to boost smart building efforts, and a new partnership for smart city solutions. . Stir Kinetic Desk Many of us spend hours in … Continue reading ?
Responding to similar gestures from rivals, Red Hat Inc. has begun offering up a basket of free goodies to startups that choose OpenShift over the competition. The move follows the open-source stalwart shelling out over $80 million for the UK’s … Continue reading ?
Want a haunted house experience without the long lines, cheesy sound effects, and “too cool for this” teenagers? YouTube has you covered with a new video series by YouTube Nation. Several YouTubers recently joined together on YouTube Nation to create a … Continue reading ?
In its eighth and most expansive annual survey of open-source technology adoption in the enterprise development community yet, Forrester Research Inc. has found that the overwhelming majority of software engineers now incorporate free software into their workflows. That proliferation mirrors … Continue reading ?