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Two respected professionals offer perspectives about new ways business intelligence will likely be used in the calendar year to come.
Platform integrates Apache Hadoop batch storage, in-memory analytics with global event streaming, real-time database capabilities, and enterprise storage.
DAILY VIDEO: Microsoft launches Dynamics CRM 2016; Encryption ban wouldn't have affected Paris attackers' plans; VTech hacker obtains kids' photos, chat logs; and there's more.
FEATURE: Big data, analytics and the cloud converge to give rise to advanced solutions such as machine learning for new enterprise insights.
Google aims to show enterprises how to process logs from many sources and extract meaningful information by using Google Cloud Platform and Google Cloud Dataflow.
Thanksgiving is just around the corner, and as we gear up for Thursday's feast, it's normal to expect a few turkeys this week. Although, today we're not talking the delicious turkeys with savory gravy that everyone loves on Thanksgiving. Rather, we're talking about big data turkeys, and the...
New technology that is landing at Levi's Stadium takes a robust approach to physical security.
Now that big data is a reality for businesses of every size, companies must seek technologies that bring data into view in real time to be competitive. New technologies—including Apache Kafka, Apache Spark, in-memory databases and in-memory file systems—are innovative approaches to streaming...
Software analytics firm New Relic kicked off its user conference with the announcement of more visual tools to discover data insights through its Analytics Cloud for big data.
The honeymoon phase of big data analytics is beginning to end. After the initial whirlwind romance with flashy demos and sleek visualization tools, businesses are now coming to terms with the reality of implementation. In many cases, it isn't going well. Why? No specialty analytics tool can...
NEWS ANALYSIS: An expanded analysis of voter sentiment and reactions to the Republican candidates' debate conducted by CNBC on Oct. 28 produced some surprising results.