Big data could revolutionize analytics, databases and enterprise IT.
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Microsoft will be making some big changes as to how Office 365 looks and works later this year with the addition of new Office Graph and 'Oslo' technologies.
It's not enough for firms to create competencies around big data and data science. Organizations must also 'see' the insights in these huge, new data sources. Phil Simon takes a few questions about his newest book and the implications on people, businesses and technology.
Emerging tech often takes a while to get into the enterprise. This year's watchlist shows that there's plenty of hot new spaces to watch, while a few much older trends are just now reaching mainstream.
Splunk wants to be an enterprise standard for analytics and big data, but first has to expand its role in various industries.
Splunk's fourth quarter earnings fell short of expectations as the company adds sales capacity to chase demand.
The Hadoop-based in-memory cluster computing engine moves from Apache incubator status to top-level project
Symantec's chief of security intelligence suggests an approach that could reveal and fix more blind spots in enterprise IT worldwide.
Along with better search and management tools, the next version of the Cassandra-based DataStax Enterprise big-data platform offers in-memory computing.
Virtualisation specialist VMware on how it plans to become one of the biggest providers of cloud services in the world by making it easier for businesses to extend datacentres into the cloud.
Adaptive Computing aims to apply its experience in managing HPC workflows -- using its Moab HPC Suite -- and help companies manage big data workloads.
Intel signs Australian Hadoop partner as increasing demand for better, faster analytics whets appetite for ever more "grunty and powerful" CPUs.
IBM explains how the changed role of big data and analytics can help businesses be more competitive.
And so the consolidation begins. Megavendor IBM agrees to acquire prominent NoSQL player Cloudant.
Transforming data elements into common forms for analysis can be a time consuming process but Trifacta says that making that process simpler.
The new capabilities include visual analytics and "actionable insights" that are meant to increase a person's visibility on LinkedIn, in effect boosting one's "professional brand."