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The new system has a focus on mobile applications and Police want a backup proposal in case they decide not to go to the cloud.
Everyone is shopping today -- even Apple.
All industry reports and data are basically coming up with the same conclusion: 2013 is all about mobile.
One of Yahoo's most popular products is fantasy sports leagues, so it's quite possible we could see SkyPhrase's AI technology piped in there.
This month's pick tries to (unsuccessfully) connect some dots between datacenters, first dates, and a pair of chinos.
The online file sharing and cloud content management service has acquired dLoop in the hopes of giving customers better data analytics tools.
Disjointed and outdated systems, poor data quality and project failures are hampering health initiatives in New Zealand.
Joining Yahoo and Google, Twitter is the latest tech giant to promote its tactics for preventing decryption of sensitive user data.
Secure shell key management could be a bigger mess in Asia because cultural barriers in the workplace can lead to less communication, according to CEO and founder of SSH Communications Security.
Losses weren't as bad as expected, and the machine data company signed a record number of new customers during the quarter.
As EnterpriseDB unveils new versions of its Postgres management console and database, it points to Oracle pricing as the prime cause for the present rise of the open-source database.
Cloudconnect provides developer tools for facilitating access to customer data based on MySQL and PostgreSQL open source databases.
Enter the "Salesforce Superpod," a dedicated instance in the Salesforce multi-tenant cloud, which will run on HP's Converged Infrastructure.
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.
"There is a reason why we have these, and they're not just for scale," remarked Amazon's CTO.