Splunk said Bugsense will help it analyze machine data directly from devices and then combine it with other information from sensors and IT gear.
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IDC tries to put a number on the Internet of things and while you may quibble over the forecast, the numbers are huge assuming multiple hurdles can be overcome.
Update: Got through to give Yahoo Pipes a whirl and did a gallery. Let's just say novices need not apply at this juncture.
Do you know how many personal devices are on your corporate network? Ever wonder how many iPods are tapped into your corporate network?
The tax deadline is April 15, but the General Accountability Office has already given the Internal Revenue Service a preliminary report card. And the results aren't half bad considering the IRS implemented a bevy of information systems changes.
TJX took another cash hit for losing 45.7 million debit and credit card numbers.
Updated below: Three in four consumers say they will stop shopping at a merchant if a data breach occurs, according to a study be Javelin Strategy & Research. That finding could be especially painful for TJX, which operates T.
Genetic testing service 23andMe said it will comply with an FDA order and that means you'll get a DNA data dump without any interpretation. What's the point?
IBM's credit risk suite pulls in various data points to provide one view of the customers and credit exposures.
Under the Freescale and Oracle pact, the two companies will work together on engineering, marketing and standards where Java and Freescale processors are combined.