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Bungling the data strategy is a good way to get fired, tech chiefs are warned.
Data and information management software provider Commvault has advised that businesses need to determine the context of their data before they decide which cloud infrastructure to adopt.
When it comes to the most popular database management systems, the top three are no surprise; but relatively unheralded PostgreSQL is gaining. And, despite what you may have heard, relational databases still rule.
In the sports world, the same kinds of things you do for customer engagement, you do for fan engagement, according to SAP's chief marketing officer.
Infor plans to invest heavily in the new Infor CRM product, focusing on scalability, user interface design and adding industry-specific functionality.
Wall Street was looking for earnings of 57 cents per share with $1.47 billion in revenue.
The project marks a much more specific use case of employing wearables and big data for the healthcare industry.
A new report from AddThis watches how much we scroll through long online articles and reveals where scrollers share.
The app, which collects, aggregates and filters wire data from both network endpoints, is the first product delivered from Splunk's acquisition of Cloudmeter last year.
SAP's push behind its HANA in-memory platform may have raised awareness of the technology across business but that high profile is not yet necessarily translating into adoption.
Wall Street was looking for earnings of 16 cents per share with $436.91 million in revenue.
How can businesses fully and continuously engage their customers? CRM pioneer Jeff Tanner's new book delivers a strategy for realizing big profits from Big Data.
Informatica's chief executive Sohaib Abbasi has led his company for a decade. Here's where he hopes to take the company's all things data mantra and the scaling challenge.
GE says the data lake approach will make Big Data collection more efficient and effective for airlines, railroads, hospitals and utilities.
John McAfee, founder of the antivirus software company that bears his name, has called out laziness and the likes of Google as two of the contributing factors to the "eroded nature of privacy in our lives today".