Spark New Zealand has rolled out its 4G data service in more than 70 cities, towns, and other locations, with the telco claiming that it now covers roughly two thirds of the country's population.
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Big Data tools are complex and there are many "moving parts" to install, tune and deploy. The installation of the hardware and software can require weeks of work and require expertise that is simply unavailable in the mid-market. BlueData believes it has the solution.
The Queensland Department of Health is working to patch what it is calling a 'computer infrastructure issue' that has affected the department's central data service centre, which is hooked into the state's hospital network.
Narrative Sciences, which has software that can analyze data and build a narrative around it, adds another large financial services customers. We caught up with the top execs to talk shop.
This entertaining and original publication explains the implications of sharing personal information in the era of big data analytics, through the medium of the graphic novella.
Organizations are increasingly using parallel processing technology to address their high performance, technical computing or big data analysis requirements. Adaptive Computing has long believed that its Moab HPC Suite should be the parallel processing monitor of choice.
A land and expand strategy is leading to strong growth for Splunk, best known for its machine data monitoring software.
The internet of things could be very helpful to organizations or bury them under the weight of operational data from a herd of devices, their software, and their applications. Glassbeam believes its SCALAR is the tool that will make sense of it all.
The creative software giant tacked on more personalization and geo-location features to the latest Marketing Cloud iteration, leveraging iBeacon compatibility to steer customers toward data-driven marketing.
Sweden's Bahnhof teams up with internet rights group to offer free VPN service as a shield against data retention requirements.
Facebook simplifies its data policy and terms of service. Will other companies follow? At the very least CMOs should ponder simplification.
CA Technologies plans to deliver more software-as-a-service-based applications, as it is seeing more demand for them than on-premises applications.
China is high on the list of suspects as President Obama meets with the Chinese premier to discuss, among other things, cybersecurity.
More than 300,000 Veteran’s Health Administration clinicians and staff will have access to a new tailor-made service by Jive Software.
OpenStack cloud technology is getting very popular, but how should your business use it: By deploying an OpenStack distribution in your servers or data center, or by using it as a service from a service provider?
It's not the most reassuring comments you'd want to hear if you stored your small or medium-sized business data in Dropbox's cloud service.
The service, using the same engine and signatures as Microsoft's other offerings, is now available to most Azure virtual machines. The software is free, but use of it may cost money.
Samsung Electronics has acquired US-based SSD caching software maker Proximal Data, reports ZDNet Korea's Cho Mu-hyun.
The companies will work together to build Software-as-a-Service offerings that tap into mobile, cloud and big data for use in internal processes and operations.
Another new Microsoft Azure service now in preview is aimed at helping developers integrate and get insights from their disparate data sources more easily.
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