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SAP Cloud Apps

SAP Rolls Out CoPilot Intelligent Assistant for SAP S4/HANA Cloud

The latest SAP S4/HANA Cloud update includes CoPilot, a digital assistant that adds intelligence to the company's ERP platform.
Microsoft cloud

Microsoft Azure DocumentDB Evolves Into Cosmos DB

Cosmos DB, Microsoft's successor to Azure DocumentDB, is a distributed cloud database for applications with a global reach.

AWS Rolls Out New-Gen Tools for DB Admins, Data Scientists

Amazon Redshift Spectrum enables Redshift customers to run SQL queries against potential exabytes of data in Amazon Simple Storage Service (Amazon S3).
SQL Server

Microsoft Infuses SQL Server With Artificial Intelligence

SQL Server 2017 CTP 2.0 includes GPU-assisted artificial intelligence capabilities and new performance-enhancing features.

World Backup Day 2017: 'We Don't Know the Day Nor the Hour'

Take a few minutes on this day, check and see if all the photos in your smartphone are being backed up to a cloud service such as Google, Dropbox or iCloud. Oh, and back up important docs, too.

Seven Steps to Effective Database Automation SLIDESHOW

The process of creating and managing databases can be painful if not done right. That is why it is imperative to follow these seven steps to effective database automation.

Intel Unveils New-Generation Optane SSD for Storage and RAM

In its most simplistic description, 3D Xpoint is a powerful processor that goes vertical in addition to horizontal. Thus the "3D" moniker, and thus the need for an entirely new SSD to hold it.

Tech Deal: IoT Marketplace Provider Closes $5 million Series A

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The platform enables users to access a marketplace of more than a 100 connectors to IoT and enterprise platforms.

Zoomdata Launches Fast New Visual Connector for HPE Vertica

Zoomdata is an open-standards platform that provides visual analytics solutions for big data workloads in a matter of seconds.
next gen database elevate

Microsoft Adds New 'Premium RS' Cloud Database Option

The company introduces a new Azure SQL database service tier for customers seeking high performance but have lenient availability requirements.
microsoft access 2016

Microsoft Access 2016 Makes Room for Large Numbers

Microsoft Access gains "BigInt" support, which means users can create database applications with fields that support larger numbers and allow them import data from more diverse sources.
Oracle Exadata

Oracle Moves Exadata Analytics into Its Customer Cloud

Database giant is calling its user-facing cloud the Oracle Cloud at Customer, a rather unusual name for a cloud service.

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