Your Business Intelligence Dashboard
Jeff Cogswell | June 19, 2013
The APIs themselves are complete and offer the essential tools for modern software development. But is one “better” than the other?
Nick Kolakowski | June 19, 2013
IBM faces a combination of old opponents and new rivals as it unveils a variety of analytics and cloud-based offerings.
Nick Kolakowski | June 18, 2013
Rumors suggest Huawei is interested in buying Nokia. Is the Finnish manufacturer an acquisition target?
The venture-capital firm wants to invest its money in data-analytics startups that focus on end-user experience.
Nick Kolakowski | June 17, 2013
Cray is leveraging Intel’s Hadoop distribution as part of its CS300 supercomputers.
Based on the data, Google and Microsoft deal with far more law-enforcement requests on a regular basis.
Nick Kolakowski | June 14, 2013
The OpenfMRI project is using medical imagery and analytics to figure out how we tick.
Individuals and small companies can access Twitter analytics previously available only to advertisers.
Nick Kolakowski | June 13, 2013
Amazon won a private-cloud contract from the CIA earlier this year, but IBM convinced the GAO to reopen the approval process.
GE Healthcare’s effort is part and parcel of GE’s larger “Industrial Internet” initiative.
Nick Kolakowski | June 12, 2013
The platform incorporates technology from HP’s Autonomy unit, which has faced more than a little controversy.
If current reports are accurate, the NSA’s surveillance programs are enormous and sophisticated. Do you have any hope of keeping your data private?
Nick Kolakowski | June 11, 2013
IBM and GE are both interested in how analytics and sensors can improve their respective clients’ operations.
Apple has jumped into the cloud-productivity space with iWork for iCloud, which could challenge Office 365 and Google Docs.
Nick Kolakowski | June 10, 2013
Salesforce clearly wants to face down its rivals in the business-intelligence and analytics space.
The current fervor over the NSA’s activities won’t be the last of its kind.
Nick Kolakowski | June 7, 2013
Apple’s iOS needs more than a design makeover. If Apple wants to stay ahead of Android, it needs to boost its OS’s features.
Kevin Fogarty | June 7, 2013
BYOD grows like a weed; the ability of corporations to deal with it grows like… petrified wood.
Nick Kolakowski | June 6, 2013
Cloudera Search is a framework much like MapReduce and Cloudera Impala.
Jonathan Goldick | June 6, 2013
How to determine whether PCIe Flash cards or a Flash array is best suited for your needs.
David Strom | June 5, 2013
The maker of genetically modified crops (a point of significant controversy) is using data analytics and other tools to increase its presence.
Nick Kolakowski | June 5, 2013
Oracle spent years pushing its hardware and software as a combined stack. So why is it embracing a rival as a hardware partner?
Nick Kolakowski | June 4, 2013
The purchase could accelerate IBM’s presence in the public business-cloud space, but the competition is waiting.
Windows and Office are more than cash cows for Microsoft. They help fund the company’s more experimental endeavors.
Nick Kolakowski | June 3, 2013
But the pricing war between Google and Amazon could make it hard to win a (profitable) race to the bottom.
My view of touchscreen laptops:
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