Informatica bought U.K.-based Diaku for its Axon platform.
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It has been a tough week for JetBlue. Storms wreaked havoc on the company's systems and continuity plans to the point where it had to cancel 23 percent of its flights again on Monday to reset its operations.
Updated: Those tired business intelligence reports--the spreadsheet graphics meet a bunch of text--are becoming increasingly more interesting.Business Objects CEO John Schwartz delivered the keynote at Tuesday's SAP TechEd session and the presentation carried the usual theme.
Google cut its pricing for extra storage for its Gmail and Picasa services and in a nutshell you can buy 20 GB of storage for a mere $5 a year. That's great news and a huge missed opportunity.
The new technology combines infrared imaging with 3D ground-terrain mapping to give pilots a clearer view of the runways from the cockpit.
Rob Ashe, general manager of IBM's business intelligence and performance management unit, has had a busy year. He sold his company, Cognos, to IBM for $5 billion and has stayed on as a member of IBM's leadership team.
Sun Microsystems has made a lot of progress in recent quarters: It has become more efficient, stabilized spending, transitioned to new products and made smart acquisitions like MySQL in a quest to offer a complete software stack. But there is one lingering question: Can the company grow?
Teradata said that Southern California Edison is using its data warehouse platform for its smart meter implementation.
Amazon Web Services launched its Relational Database Service for Oracle in a move that accommodates licensing within the offering and a bring your own license arrangement.
SAP game plan: Push long-time database partner Oracle out of the way and take a bigger chunk of the enterprise IT spending pie.