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Lockheed Martin will soon be opening an Asia-Pacific IT engineering hub in Melbourne that is expected to secure Commonwealth government and international contracts, particularly in South Asia and the Middle East.
When asked why it takes two CEOs to replace Larry Ellison, Hurd laughed, "I think you answered your own question."
Already being rolled out for internal product management teams, LinkedIn is also planning to eventually open source Pinot to the public.
CIOs from Walgreens and Procter & Gamble discuss some of the current challenges and opportunities available in enterprise IT today.
While its leadership stack recently went through a state of flux, Oracle continues to reinforce its cloud stack as well.
Enterprise storage firm HGST's latest survey has revealed that CIOs believe data can be valuable if it can be stored, accessed, and analysed.
The Apache Spark open-source in-memory computing framework is the focus of a number of new initiatives just unveiled by Hortonworks.
IBM suggests how eliminating noise in the patient ward -- while slightly eerie and unnerving -- could actually improve healthcare. But it can't be done without big data and the cloud.
The company said StorageGRID Webscale is a foundational platform within its approach to object storage.
HP said the incentive is designed to give smaller businesses the ability to adopt server virtualization for less cost and physical footprint than dedicated storage hardware.
The risk management facility is said to be able to cut recovery times due to service disruptions down from roughly 48 hours to mere minutes.
The University of Queensland's Australian Institute for Bioengineering and Nanotechnology will have a supercomputer by the end of November that will support research in computational modelling of physical, pharmaceutical, and biological systems.
Following reports earlier this month about already seeking a buyer, Concur's board of directors have unanimously approved the transaction.
The latest upgrade boils down to two main tweaks around trending topics and engagement (i.e., Likes and comments).
Once installed, AT&T is promising symmetric and asymmetric speeds ranging from 25 Mbps to 300 Mbps.