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BitYota's service will allow you to analyze mobile, Web and gaming apps through standard SQL databases without modifications.
By 2016 some 75 percent of the IT environment will be deployed in either a private, managed or public cloud, which means datacentres need to get more power efficient and cheaper fast.
AllSeen has an open source framework to provide standards for the Internet of everything. To really get the job done, AllSeen will have to expand its contributors beyond consumer players.
By helping environmental scientists track threats to wildlife habitats, HP is also demonstrating the full range of its technologies and services.
According to Dell's Tom Kendra, incomplete solutions and a lack of a clear pan-client strategy have hampered the move to broader mobile support at enterprises and mid-market companies alike.
Data as an asset, expanding consumption of enterprise automation to smaller companies and marketing automation are three themes worth watching, according to Cowen & Co.
'The sort of thinking that led to flexibly integrated SOA solutions should now be applied to data.'
Enterprises are effectively harvesting data in all its forms, and creating integration that fosters better use of big data throughout the business process lifecycle.
Genetic testing service 23andMe said it will comply with an FDA order and that means you'll get a DNA data dump without any interpretation. What's the point?
Users can start downloading Google Calendar data immediately. The Gmail option will be rolling out over the next month.
They might not be as fashionable as cloud computing, but the mainframe remains at the heart of many computing environments.
Although many senior finance executives are planning double-digit rises for IT spending next year, there's a difference of views among the money men about where the funds should go.
Social media monitoring company raises more funding to fuel expansion
An ebb and flow between IT centralization and decentralization that swings in the direction of business groups, and even shadow IT, now runs the risk of neglecting essential management security and scalability requirements.
Everyone is shopping today -- even Apple.