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A TV show about big data? That may sound like something you’d find on a cable channel reserved for data scientists and academics, but it’s not.
NEWS ANALYSIS: While the theft of employee information is a problem for the staff at government agencies, the fact is that it's also a threat to national security once it's part of a big data research effort.
The company seeks to modernize military troop and equipment planning with an Azure-based proof-of-concept.
IBM adds new components to its cloud portfolio for data scientists and app developers, with more than 25 cloud data services and 150 public datasets.
DAILY VIDEO: Intel partners with Chinese firms on server chips; Microsoft adds real-time updating to Power BI on iOS; Verizon joins the ONOS open-source SDN project; and there's more.
Apache's Hadoop batch analytics software platform isn't new—it's been used in IT production for the better part of the last decade. But the business world often is intentionally slow and careful about moving to new IT tools and services. However, businesses increasingly are discovering the...
DAILY VIDEO: IBM, Ford drive analytics for traffic platform pilot; Qualcomm wants Samsung, Apple to turn over documents; SGI to build supercomputer for climate research center; and there's more.
As we start Year 4 of #eWEEKchats, this is will be a particularly timely conversation on how big data analytics stands to fare in 2016.
The not-so-distant tech future is one that is mobile, highly connected and smart, and in many ways, it's all about the data—storing it, retrieving it, moving it, accessing it, securing it and analyzing it. According to the IEEE Computer Society, many of the key advancements and trends that...
Companies across the board are seeing data volumes grow with customer data, email and instant messages, log files and documents leading the way.
DAILY VIDEO: Microsoft acquires Metanautix to help users analyze all of their data; Gurucul's Hybrid Behavior Analytics bridges cloud and enterprise security; Outlook on the Web will get a smarter address book in 2016; and there's more.