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How Tableau and HP work together, chasing shadow IT into the enterprise | #data14

Whether data is big, small, or in the middle, the most important trend right now is making it accessible, said Chris Selland, VP of Marketing and Business Development at HP Vertica. Tableau, Inc. and Hewlett-Packard’s big data platform HP Vertica … Continue reading ?

People want gadgets to reflect personality, not health status

This week’s Smart Health roundup features new data regarding smart health device adoption, a new smartwatch that incorporates the health perks of a fitness band, and a tech giant’s entrance in the health industry.  . Broadband users more likely to … Continue reading ?

VMware lays out four-part growth strategy

As hypervisors move toward commodity status and competitors Microsoft Azure and open source KVM (Kernel-based Virtual Machine) gain market share, VMware presented a vision of its future at the VMworld conference last week based on four initiatives: the software-defined data … Continue reading ?

Answering the “what” and “when” of data analysis with Project Elastic | #data14

In the next two years, Tableau Software Inc. is on track to spend more on research and development than in the last ten years. The company is on a mission to help the world see and understand data, and this vision … Continue reading...

Dell bids for enterprise mobile device management dollars

Dell Inc. is stepping up its efforts to diversify beyond data center equipment and consumer products into the higher margin software business with a landmark expansion of its enterprise mobility management (EMM) suite  that introduces the ability to isolate work … Continue reading ?

ClusterHQ, Clustrix strengthen exec ranks with tech veteran CEOs

Container data management provider ClusterHQ today announced the promotion of a tech veteran with a track record of selling successful startups to the CEO position. Mark Davis takes the ClusterHQ reins from founding CEO Luke Marsden, who will continue as company … Continue reading ?

VMware and Capgemini team up to help corporations cope with device profusion

VMware Inc. and Capgemini S.A. have entered a partnership to help large organizations manage the influx of employee-owned devices into the workplace in the wave called bring-your-own-everything (BYOx). The agreement between the virtualization giant and one of the largest global providers … Continue reading ?

The real scoop on VMware Integrated OpenStack | #CubeConversations

There has been no shortage of coverage on VMware Inc.’s recent decision to embrace OpenStack, the community-led project that threatens to displace its virtualization software as the leading management platform for private clouds, but little attention has been given to … Continue reading ?

How these robotic surgeons use data visualization to enhance hospital stays, save money | #data14

Data management tools from Tableau, Inc. are essential to the way the Texas Institute for Robotic Surgery (TIRS) collects data. And they collect a lot of it — sensitive data too, since the TRIS manages data for the Hospital Corporation of America. … Continue reading ?

Will the real Satoshi Nakamoto ever stand up?

Satoshi Nakamoto is a legend in the Bitcoin community for obvious reasons. For those who don’t know, he’s the person (or persons) responsible for designing Bitcoin and making it a reality. But nobody actually who Satoshi Nakamoto is as he (or she, or they) … Continue reading ?

HGST makes full-frontal assault on disk & Flash

In an oddly timed bit of scheduling, HGST Inc., (formerly known as Hitachi Global Storage Technologies) rolled out a bevy of new products during Apple’s iPhone 6 reveal and Intel’s IDF keynote. One might suspect HGST’s message to be drowned … Continue reading ?

Motorola 360: the beautification of wearable tech

Motorola has raised the bar for smartwatch aesthetics, convincing many naysayers that despite lukewarm responses thus far, there’s still hope for wearable technology.  With Apple Inc.’s just announced Apple Watch, the Moto 360 already has some company in the exclusive Beauty+Functionality … Continue reading ?

Tableau widens its target, sets sights internationally| #data14

Building around the same customer focused culture and sales strategy from the beginning, Tableau Software, Inc. focuses on taking on the local and international market. The company’s efforts revolve around enabling people to better see and understand data, explains Kelly Wright, EVP … Continue reading ?

Tableau faces pressure to remain “cutting edge” in BI, says analyst | #data14

Data visualization and user experience will be the dominating themes of the 2014 Tableau Big Data Conference, predicted theCUBE’s John Furrier and Jeff Kelly. In their coverage kickoff, the hosts swapped predictions for Tableau’s success and shared their thoughts on … Continue reading ?

Specs + prices for iPhone 6, Plus and the Apple Watch

Apple Inc. has finally launched its rumored upsized iPhones, the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus, at its launch event today. Here is a recap of the event highlights, including new product specs and features.     iPhone 6 and 6 … Continue reading ?

Robots will take over our homes, furniture included

This week’s Smart Living roundup features a survey among American consumers regarding the public perception of smart homes, expectations for highly automated cars set to hit the market in 2017, an all-seeing robot vacuum, an affordable wireless lighting system, and the couch … Continue reading ?

It’s not the iWatch: Top 5 things to know about the Apple Watch

Apple, Inc. officially launched its inaugural smartwatch, the Apple Watch, today alongside the iPhone 6, fulfilling years of expectations for wearable tech fans. Here are the top five things to know about the latest iDevice. Top 5 things you need … Continue reading ?

The Internet has been running on life support for 15 years | #Peer2

The American Registry for Internet Numbers (ARIN) realized that it was running out of IPv4 address space at least 20 years ago, but the biggest concerns lie in the unknown aspects of transitioning away from this protocol. About 15 years … Continue reading ?

Analytics bigwigs converge around Tableau in partnership bonanza

Red-hot data visualization vendor Tableau Software Inc. will attempt to position itself at the center of an ecosystem during its this seventh annual customer event in Seattle this week by showcasing an impressive lineup of partners that are building upon … Continue reading ?

Advertisers win in Facebook’s efforts to dethrone YouTube

Facebook Inc. appears to be positioning itself as a rival to YouTube with new functionality aimed at bringing the media viewing experience on the News Feed more up to par with that offered by Google Inc.’s dominant video sharing website. … Continue reading ?

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