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Hadoop provides a highly efficient means of storing and processing unstructured data, but for all the buzz surrounding the project, it doesn’t address the equally burning need to make the results available to users when they need them – which … Continue reading ?
Susan Wojcicki, CEO of YouTube, discussed a variety of topics in her interview with Re/code’s Peter Kafka and Liz Gannes at the Code/Mobile conference, held yesterday. The most important information to come out of the interview was the fact that Google Inc’s … Continue reading ?
Jack Ma, co-founder and chairman of Alibaba Group Holding Limited, and CEO of Apple Inc. Tim Cook are set to meet later this week to discuss a potential partnership. Discussions of the potential meeting arose at the WSJDLive conference held on … Continue reading ?
As if drunk passengers, extreme turbulence, volcanic ash clouds and terrorists weren’t enough, pilots now have to be on the lookout for yet another threat – unnmanned flying drones being purposefully flown towards them. Such an event apparently occurred earlier … Continue reading ?
Pure Storage Inc., the all-flash array vendor, has just given the strongest hint yet that it’s about to change direction and start building hyper-converged systems as part of an assault on the commodity server hardware market. In a blog post … Continue reading ?
Tim Cook does not appear too concerned over retailers blocking Apple Pay. On stage at the WSJDLive conference taking place in Laguna Beach, California, he referred to the continuing issue of merchants blocking Apple Pay as merely a “skirmish”. Since Apple Inc. … Continue reading ?
Microsoft Corp. is reported to be testing an ARM-based version of Windows Server, according to Bloomberg, which cites unnamed sources familiar with the company’s plans. If the story is true, it would be an interesting development. The prospect of ARM … Continue reading ?
A new way to acquire Big Data services has caused a bit of tension, according to James Kobielus, Big Data Evangelist at IBM. Previously, employees had to go through corporate IT to secure data services, but today, “cloud and Software … Continue reading ?
Java 8 shows signs of rapid adoption since its launch. A report by Typesafe, the company responsible for the development and support of the Scala language for the JVM, shows that the platform does not seem to suffer the same … Continue reading ?
There are only two Internet of Things (IoT) markets: the personal and the industrial, said Jim Green, CTO for the Data and Analytics Business Group at Cisco Systems, Inc. While products like wearables and home monitoring are taking off now, … Continue reading ?
Enterprises should become data driven even though they are still in the infancy of adopting data within IT, according to CIO Strategic Advisor Tim Crawford. The AVOA executive expects that IT departments will become more involved with their respective organizations holistically, cautioning … Continue reading ?
The battle for the enterprise cloud continues to heat up as players on both sides of the competitive divide step up their efforts to secure dominance in the future of corporate computing. Last week saw a shotgun wedding of sorts … Continue reading ?
A new leader often means new opportunities, even for the oldest of businesses. Sprint Corp.’s new CEO Marcelo Claure wants new customers and he know how to get them – entice buyers with new iPhones every year, and sweeten the deal … Continue reading ?
SUSE LLC, the longtime second fiddle of the commercial Linux universe, is introducing a brand new version of its flagship distribution that levels the playing field against arch-rival Red Hat Inc. on multiple key fronts while adding several distinctive enhancements. … Continue reading ?
Although IBM took losses “on the chin” recently, analysts say that the company should continue to embrace its transition to cloud, Big Data, and analytics products. In their kickoff segment at this year’s IBM Insight 2014 event, theCUBE co-hosts Dave … Continue reading ?
The world of DevOps is slowly filling to the brim with tools, each of which takes on a particular vertical of the whole DevOps experience—but as has been reported before, DevOps is a culture more than it is a single … Continue readi...
Revealing its latest streaming media device this morning, Amazon.com Inc. looks like a winner. The Fire TV Stick is an HDMI dongle that enables users to watch content from streaming media providers, such as Netflix and Hulu Plus, on their … Continue reading ?
This week’s Smart World Series features a traceable umbrella, a wearable tech addiction and new platforms for the development of the Internet of Things.. For those who missed last week’s Smart World Series, here’s a chance to catch up … Continue reading ?
Broadcasting live from theCUBE this week, SiliconANGLE is at the IBM Insight conference in Las Vegas. Big Blue’s annual Big Data conference is among the industry’s largest, with over 13,000 attendees expected this year. The show will host product demos, … Continue reading ?
Conversations at the recently concluded Hadoop World conference have changed drastically in the past two years, according to Abhi Mehta, CEO of Tresata. Among the biggest changes is the increase potential customers looking to get started with Big Data solutions … Continue reading ?