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Declaring data science the key to unlocking the value of big data, Hortonworks and IBM announced a partnership designed to appeal to data scientists as well as business professionals.
Using eye-catching visualizations and approachable tech, Microsoft is using Power BI to prepare today's workers for tomorrow's data-driven future.
Business is now all about the “customer experience.” Artificial intelligence is the main ingredient for making this happen on a mainstream basis; let's chat about this huge trend on June 14.
Microsoft's cloud-based virtual machine for big data analytics is now available in a version running on Windows Server 2016.
NEWS ANALYSIS: The timing of the 5nm breakthrough--which means faster, smaller and lower-power processors--couldn't be better, thanks to the huge number of new IoT devices in the transom.
Infor, whose specialty actually may be buying other software firms, bought Birst to enable users to combine data from different source systems to get answers to business concerns in real time.
Specialized cloud enables enterprises to run a supply chain with confidence with the business intelligence required to meet customer expectations on delivery time, cost and convenience.
Company puts to work machine-learning algorithms and application behavior anomaly detection to find and troubleshoot application infrastructure performance issues.
Striim’s platform enables immediate in-flight filtering, transformation and aggregation of IoT data at the edge, allowing businesses to store only the IoT data they need.
Built on Splunk Enterprise for operational intelligence, NetMotion's Mobile IQ delivers real-time analysis and alerts about mobile connectivity.
The infiswift IoT platform deploys several patent-pending technologies that enable what the company claims is best-in-class performance for agriculture and energy customers at scale.
The Machine, announced as a project back in 2014 with a mere 8TB of memory after 10 years of development, turns on its head all that we know about conventional computing.