From hot information to in-memory to tape drives, you need to manage your data.
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It's no longer fashionable to criticize enterprise IT as it once was. That's because the Internet has definitively won the competition and is leading the way in tech innovation. But for proactive organizations, it doesn't have to be that way.
Salesforce has opened its first European data center in the United Kindom, one of three new establishments planned over the next year.
LinkedIn also held steady with its user count, citing once again that it has "more than 300 million members."
Wall Street was expecting earnings of 57 cents per share with revenue of $491.01 million.
The social network is also open sourcing an intrusion detection program touted to be comparable to commercial offerings at a fraction of the cost.
Another new Microsoft Azure service now in preview is aimed at helping developers integrate and get insights from their disparate data sources more easily.
Australian data analytics firm Quantium has inked a deal with enterprise Apache Hadoop distribution vendor MapR Technologies in a bid to tackle large volumes of data for real-time analysis.
The Australian Crime Commission plans to build a national criminal intelligence system off the back of completing its four-year Fusion capability project in an aim to further enhance intelligence collaboration between Australia law-enforcement agencies.
Wall Street was expecting earnings of at least $2.03 per share with revenue of $3.89 billion.
UPDATED: Breaking from its usual pattern, Facebook offered more specific quarterly guidance than usual.
The $80 million cash deal will allow the network data storage provider to expand the flexibility of its data backup and protection services.
Big Blue has unveiled a new enterprise solution aimed at harnessing Big Data to detect criminal activity in seconds.
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It's tech week on Wall Street, and there are a lot of frightful mixed bags out there at the end of October.
Following the arrest of a staff member, the Australian Bureau of Statistics is implementing all of the recommendations that were made to the organisation to strengthen its sensitive information controls.