From hot information to in-memory to tape drives, you need to manage your data.
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AT&T's Cargo View already conducts global data collection in 200 countries, providing up-to-date information on vitals such as location, temperature, pressure, light, vibration, and motion.
SoftLayer has been instrumental in launching services geared around development of the IBM's Watson platform, software-defined storage and expanding IBM's marketplace of partners.
A ‘35-year-old start-up’ finds a valuable niche in the complex world of Trade Promotions Management.
The internet giant is teaming up with IT network and communications provider NEC, among others, to establish a consortium for the purpose of building and deploying a Trans-Pacific cable system.
From the right to be forgotten to data sovereignty, Europe's plans for new data protection laws raise some tricky issues for the cloud industry and all its customer companies.
A de-emphasis on the permanence of expression as well as a lack of desire to preserve digital content will almost certainly result in the loss of many culturally significant works.
Google promised that developers will be able to launch fully-fledged versions of their apps when the SDK goes into general availability later this year.
Acknowledging demand for cybersecurity products worldwide is certainly helping, Symantec said it will continue to focus on five key product areas.
Kail most recently was the VP of IT operations for Netflix, but will now lead IT and datacenter operations for Yahoo.
IBM's Watson employs artificial intelligence to help with high-level decisions. Very high-level decisions.
Along with a strong outlook for Q3, Zendesk announced a few internal promotions.
Google Compute Engine is powered from three regions with a total of eight zones worldwide.
IBM's latest analytics software packages derive from the social HR services Kenexa team, which Big Blue acquired for $1.3 billion in 2012.
UPDATED x3: The world's most popular and largest social network suffered an outage. Naturally, everyone went crazy on Twitter.
Wall Street was bracing for a loss at 11 cents per share on a revenue of $42.07 million.