HP's unstructured data software company is entering a new phase.
Articles about Autonomy
Mike Lynch's latest memo to the HP board and shareholders continues to raise more heated questions about the tech giant's acquisition of Autonomy.
It's called Invoke Capital, it's based in the U.K. and it sees potential in early stage European technology startups.
A UK accounting watchdog is investigating 30 months of Autonomy's financial reports during the run-up to its $11bn takeover by HP.
A leaked memo from Hewlett-Packard reveals that there is more trouble in the Autonomy unit: It's being downsized.
Machine-to-machine technology looks set to take off, but are businesses running to it without considering the security aspects? We spoke to the industry about what security implications exist and how serious they are.
In the wake of HP’s $8.8 billion loss on Autonomy, the real question is “Does it matter to HP customers?” Not really, says Forrester analyst Richard Fichera.
Mike Lynch, who made more than half a billion pounds by selling his company to HP, is apparently planning to turn serious investor. Early signs suggest he is focusing his attention on Cambridge's Silicon Fen
If you think that your job isn't vulnerable to replacement by zero cost labor, you should reconsider. Researchers are almost ready to release the "Virtual Engineer" into the workplace.
Technology's biggest trade show has already gotten underway in Las Vegas, but there have been few teasers to get anyone excited about the field in 2012 thus far.
Autonomy can leverage your EMR system with decision support or deliver intelligent rules based on its own databases.
I'm in a drizzly, blustery Boston Massachusetts on the eve of this year's Enterprise 2.0 conference.
Last week, Jason Perlow wrote about his not-so-amusing adventures with Warner Brothers. After helping his wife put together a little 20-year-reunion slide show with an easy listening soundtrack (featuring James Taylor's "You've Got a Friend" and Madonna's "Like a Virgin"), which he intentionally degraded to avoid just this problem, Perlow received a nice little congrats letter from his friends at Vimeo, where the video was uploaded for the benefit of 250 fellow reunion attendees.
Recently I spoke with Howard Greenblatt, CTO of Semantic Technology company Metatomix. Headquartered in the north-eastern US State of Massachusetts, Metatomix provides a 'Semantic Platform' that;"intelligently connects all of your data in real-time and makes it available to any application, providing a 360° picture of your enterprise information.
Few enterprise data warehousing (EDW) professionals regard the key rival approach--data federation--to be a best practice. Usually, the reasons for this disdain are valid, such as the fact that federated environments are not optimized for heavy-hitting data matching, merging, transformation and cleansing, all of which are essential functions to deliver a "single version of the truth" for business intelligence (BI).
Yesterday I wrote about Orchestria, software that provides policy management for messages and Web and file activity to prevent data leakage and ensure corporate governance and compliance with regulatory and corporate standards. I described this class of software as bring more fine-grained controls to unstructured data, the dark matter flowing through enterprises.