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Losses weren't as bad as expected, and the machine data company signed a record number of new customers during the quarter.
With its new Flex Zone product, HP's Vertica wants to take on your unstructured data, without the NoSQL middle man.
CAVE2 deployment will help researchers visualise large data sets in 3D, potentially opening up scientific breakthroughs.
It's not just science fiction. Microsoft is working to make calendar, e-mail and other 'super' apps smarter by embedding entity information directly into them.
Tech chiefs have got plenty of things to worry about – but here's what's really keeping them up at night.
The Spillers Group uses Roambi Analytics and the Flow mobile application to provide restaurant managers with deeper insights into costs.
The doctors couldn't fix healthcare. The lawyers couldn't fix healthcare. The politicians certainly couldn't fix healthcare. So now it's up to us in IT.
General Motors is at the forefront of developing self-driving vehicles, with the car industry on the cusp of revolutionary changes.
Splunk and Ford collaborated on a project that melds big data and vehicle information. Expect enterprise applications to follow.
Users can store and process terabytes of data each hour from hundreds of thousands of sources, including (but not limited to) financial transactions, social media feeds, and location-tracked events.
The co-creator of the Hadoop distributed computing platform on how Google's systems of today are shaping the business systems of tomorrow.
Even before officially launching, the startup is already in the black. The three co-founders behind Sparkline hope their Google pedigree will attract new customers. Its product models different situations to show "what if" situations.
Cardlytics on HP Vertica powers millions of swiftly tailored marketing offers to bank card consumers
Debit-card marketing services provider, Cardlytics,in adopting a new analytics platform, gained huge data analysis capacity, vastly reduced query times, and swiftly met customer demands at massive scale.
Some 96 percent of Asean companies say they are "committed to" the adoption of analytics, but 73 percent confess they still struggle with data integration.
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