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The internet of things (IoT) is transforming businesses by making them data driven. In IoT, devices communicate with each other and send data across many types of networks both inside a company's infrastructure and in the cloud. The device data is stored, sent to customers or used for analysis....
LinkedIn has open-sourced a series of key infrastructure technologies, including its Rocket Data caching system.
Macy's has introduced 'Macy's On Call,' a new in-store shopping companion fueled by IBM's cognitive computing technology, in 10 stores nationwide.
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A business intelligence implementation can be difficult for a company of any size. Not only are there new tools to learn, but there are new processes to put in place and new strategies to consider. The ultimate goal, of course, is to gain greater depth of knowledge to inform faster, more efficient...
SOASTA and Data.world, a new data company, offer solutions that enable users to access, work with, analyze or optimize big data.
The University of Pittsburgh Medical Center formed an independent supply chain company, Pensiamo, with IBM as minority equity owner.
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Organizations are challenged with markets that move faster than ever before and business models that are constantly evolving. Data and analytics can be the ultimate weapon to gain competitive advantage and develop new revenue sources, get closer to customers, increase efficiency and lower operating...
MongoDB announces the availability of MongoDB Atlas, the company's new database-as-a-service (DBaaS) offering.
The company wants to see if it can use its massive database technology to compete better with Amazon Web Services and Microsoft Azure, according to The Information news site.