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Splunk accepts mantle of security provider | #Splunkconf

Although security was not Splunk Inc.’s original mission, it has become a leading solution for the multinational corporation, said Haiyan Song, SVP of Security Markets at Splunk. The goal at Splunk is for people to build security applications on the Splunk … Continue reading ?

What you missed in Big Data: at the intersection of machine data and visualization

The two biggest names in analytics both made their presence felt this week in a last-moment burst of activity before the industry turns its attention to Strata + Hadoop World 2014. Splunk set the tone after pulling the curtains back … Continue reading ?

Big data is the smart tool for the evolving future of cyberdefense | #Splunkconf

There’s an old adage about technology that goes something like, “If you build a better mousetrap the world will beat a path to your door.” The flipside to this, especially in the world of cyberdefense, viruses, malware, and worms is … Continue reading ?

The Philippines wants to create its own version of Bitcoin

A lawmaker in the Philippines has proposed the creation of a digital currency under the “E-Peso Act of 2014,”. The bill was proposed by Pangasinan Representative Kimi Cojuangco, and seeks to create the “E-Peso”, a digital currency to be used … Continue reading ?

EXCLUSIVE video: The woman at the center of Microsoft CEO Nadela’s sexism controversy speaks out on theCUBE

Something rather unexpected happened during the Grace Hopper Celebration of Women in Computing yesterday. Appearing on a session discussing the role of women in technology, Microsoft Corp.’s Satya Nadella let loose a statement that would have passed as shocking even … Continue reading ?

Banks looking to offer apps for wearables

This week’s Smart DevOps roundup features a bank seeking out developers to make Internet of Things (IoT) applications, a fresh take on the building blocks needed for an IoT economy, and an operating system for IoT services.  . Citi calls on … Continue reading ?

Splunk Down Under: Aussie sheds light on his tech industry | #Splunkconf

The Splunk Inc. conference attracted attendees from all parts of the tech industry participants and from all over the world. Writer and blogger Paul Walbank flew up from his native Australia to learn more about a company that’s “making a big … Continue reading ?

Don’t let the machines takeover: The 5 basics of smart home security

For many, having a smart home might still seem more like science fiction than reality, but the market for smart homes is expected to grow tremendously over the next six years. “There is a big difference between the Internet of … Continue reading ?

Standardizing the standards: How ISO puts log data to work | #Splunkconf

The International Organization for Standardization (ISO) began using Splunk Inc. data management tools to meet the demands of working with countries in different timezones. The ability to automate correspondence with clients was essential to the ISO’s ability to respond to requests at … Continue reading ?

Converged infrastructure is good for customers, but what do systems integrators think? | #OOW14

Converged appliances offer to do away with the colossal hassle of cobbling together different infrastructure components into a cohesive and functioning whole, thereby freeing up a proportionally large chunk of the technology budget for CIOs. The flip side of the … Continue reading ?

Splunk faces these two challenges with its rapid, pricy growth | #Splunkconf

 . Not only has attendance increased at this year’s Splunk Inc. conference, but the variety of attendees ranged as well: there were companies just beginning to implement Splunk, people who adopted the data management platform a few years ago, and established users sharing … Continue reading ?

Symantec does the splits: One for security, another for storage

Another day, another Silicon Valley giant does the splits. This time around it’s the turn of Symantec Corp., which has just confirmed it’s planning to split itself into two distinct brands: one focused on security, and another focused on information … Continue reading ?

Cisco denies its planning to bail out on VCE

Cisco Systems Inc., has been moved to deny reports that it’s about to limit its involvement with the Virtual Computing Environment Company (VCE), but the direction its various backers are moving in does suggest there’s more to this than mere … Continue reading ?

Teredata loops into Cloudera’s Hadoop

Data warehouse firm Teredata Corp. is jumping into Hadoop again, only this time round it’s teaming up with Cloudera Inc. at the same time as it launches its new Hadoop cloud service. The biggest news is Teredata’s partnership with Cloudera. … Continue reading ?

Going beyond “whack-a-mole” security: How one bank uses Splunk | #Splunkconf

Rather than relying on staff to detect recognizable threats, Flagstar Bank is using Splunk Inc. products and plugins to exercise predictive analytics and address threats from within the security perimeter. The data management platform helped Flagstar build a more proactive security … Continue reading ?

A whole lot of Splunk: Big Data visualization comes of age

If you’re feeling overwhelmed by the mass of Big Data floating around inside your organization, you could do a whole lot worse than feeding it to Splunk Inc.. One of the biggest takeaways from this year’s Splunk.2014 Conf was just … Continue reading ?

Alteryx snags $60 million to boost its Big Data blender

Another week, another analytics startup raising capital to tackle the fast evolving data requirements of the enterprise. Alteryx Inc. revealed on Tuesday that it has nearly quadrupled its outside financing after closing a $60 million funding round meant to help … Continue reading ?

HTC vs. GoPro for the ultimate #selfie: New gadgets and apps

Smile for the camera! HTC Corp. introduced a new smartphone, the HTC Desire Eye, as well as a new hand-held camera, the HTC Re, for taking quick photos on the go; these are two fresh devices catering to the selfie generation.  . … Continue reading ?

Splunk is the end of data scientists | #Splunkconf

 . Splunk Inc. has achieved phenomenal growth because they make it simple for nontechnical professionals to “quickly interrogate data” and mine it for insight, said Forrester Analyst John Rakowski. For him, Splunk’s ability to deliver more automated services around data analytics … Continue reading ?

Electric Cloud jolts the market with new continuous integration service for mobile developers

To say that there is an overabundance of managed development platforms on the market would be a tremendous understatement, especially as far as the mobile landscape is concerned, but one firm believes that there’s room for one more. Electric Cloud … Continue reading ?

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