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GoodData embeds analytics, machine learning in applications and workflows

Business analytics-at-scale provider GoodData Corp. is releasing new technology that enables customers to embed analytics and machine learning capabilities into existing applications and workflows. The company is positioning the newShow More Summary

Is ‘secure and democratized’ an oxymoron in enterprise data analytics?

Self-service data analytics for tech laymen sounds fantastic, but what becomes of governance and security with the door to sensitive data left open? “As data gets democratized, the security issues become bigger and broader,” said Amit Walia (pictured), executive vice president and chief product officer at Informatica Corp. Show More Summary

Data governance key to generating trusted data that fuels value

Garbage in; garbage out. That’s been the mantra of the computing world since forever. In today’s world of big data and the Internet of Things, filtering the garbage from valuable insights has become even more important. The new wordShow More Summary

Data strategist tackles the people problems technology can’t

Tom Gottweis (pictured) had a CV of tech jobs as long as his arm when he became head of data strategy at Winsupply Inc., an industrial supply company, and found that technology is pretty much useless without a dovetailing culture. “You...Show More Summary

Digital currency wallet Jaxx brings on 70 blockchain partners

Toronto-based Decentral, the developer of digital currency wallet Jaxx, today announced a massive integration expansion encompassing over 70 new partners and blockchain projects, exchanges and platforms. Jaxx is a multiplatform wallet...Show More Summary

Are data lakes the answer to privacy regulations, competition in healthcare?

The U.S. healthcare industry, which generates approximately $2.9 trillion annually and is the fifth-largest economy in the world, still lags behind many industries in digital transformation. Getting on board the big data bandwagon has been difficult for an industry that is highly regulated and required to keep patient data private. Show More Summary

Bill Gates-backed Echodyne bags $29M for its drone radar

With the Federal Aviation Administration estimating that seven million drones will roam the skies by 2020, the risk of collisions is becoming a major concern. Echodyne Inc. believes that the key to addressing the challenge is increasing the range at which potential dangers can be spotted. Show More Summary

Creating the data-driven organization one tool at a time

Today’s C-suite is struggling to keep up with technology trends, and many CIOs are looking to create IT teams that will create value for the organization. As indicated by IDC research, technology is going to be at the core of every company’s agenda, and executives and company constituents will have to become digitally focused in their operations. Show More Summary

Ford replaces CEO with self-driving car boss

Ford Motor Company announced early this morning that it is replacing Chief Executive Mark Fields, who has headed the company for nearly three years, with Jim Hackett, who currently serves as the head of Ford’s self-driving car initiative. Show More Summary

Pentaho bids to bring Apache Spark to the masses

Data integration and analytics supplier Pentaho, a subsidiary of Hitachi Group Co., is throwing its arms around Apache Spark in the new release of its Pentaho Business Analytics product. Pentaho said that with the 7.1 version, it’s the...Show More Summary

SoftBank has raised a massive $93 billion to invest in tech startups

Japan’s SoftBank Group Corp. yesterday said its Vision Fund has almost reached its target of raising $100 billion to invest in technology startups, after closing on an initial $93 billion commitment from a number of high profile backers. Show More Summary

Qualcomm steps into the footwear market with Internet of Shoes patent

In a surprising step, wireless and semiconductor maker Qualcomm Inc. wants a slice of the footwear market with the company lodging a patent with the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office for what it describes as the “Internet of Shoes.” The...Show More Summary

Leaked ‘Facebook Files’ shows how the social media giant struggles with moderating content

A report released on Sunday by The Guardian might help us to better understand how Facebook Inc. goes about keeping unethical content off its platform, which is not surprisingly a Herculean task. What the investigation unearthed in a...Show More Summary

Study: One data breach, and suddenly your company’s worth 5% less

The cost of a data breach isn’t just from time spent fixing the issue and dealing with bad publicity. A company that loses customer data to hackers can expect to see its share price fall by an average of 5 percent, while losing between two and three percent of their customers. Show More Summary

Bitcoin heads to the moon as price surges past $2,000 for the first time

Bitcoin traders where screaming “to the moon!” at the weekend as the price of the popular cryptocurrency surged through $2,000 for the first time, up nearly 50 percent from its price of $1,400 reached only 3 weeks ago. The price rise...Show More Summary

Broadcom leads the bidding for Toshiba’s flash memory business with $20B offer

Broadcom Corp. is reportedly leading the bidding in an auction of Toshiba Corp.’s flash memory business, having offered to pay $20 billion, Bloomberg reported. Toshiba put its memory business up for auction in order to recapitalize after losing millions of dollars with its U.S. Show More Summary

Free to fly: FAA non-commercial drone registration rules struck down by court

Non-commercial drone operators will no longer have to register with the Federal Aviation Administration after a court ruled on Friday that its imposition of registration in December 2015 was in breach of existing laws. The case, brought...Show More Summary

Uber may fire top self-driving car engineer for refusing Waymo court order

Uber Technologies Inc. has threatened to fire Anthony Levandowski, the head engineer of its self-driving car division, if he does not comply with a court order in the ongoing Waymo v. Uber legal battle. A former employee of Google’sShow More Summary

Riding the cloud wave with always-on data

Few saw how the cloud would change the way the world does business. Some did. While the scope of those changes spread by the cloud are beyond imagining, the concept itself is logical enough. Data and processing, anywhere, on demand. Veeam Software Inc. Show More Summary

How SAP aims to transform the user experience

As cloud computing disrupts the traditional way of doing business, companies must adopt new strategies around the shift or get left behind. Companies are dropping out of the S&P 500 at an alarming rate, creating a sense of urgency to...Show More Summary

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