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IBM has launched a new business unit, which it calls the Industry Platforms unit, to focus on delivering blockchain technology to customers—a growing segment.
The company is making it easier for developers to create analytics apps and is growing cloud platform support and data access in its Vertica software.
From broad population health management to highly individualized clinical decision support, advanced approaches to data analytics are changing the way providers interact with data and patients—even what it means to be a doctor. Cognitive computing technologies mimic the way the human brain...
A Forrester Research report places MongoDB and MapR Technologies among the leaders in the NoSQL database ranks.
IBM and Mapbox have teamed up to bring geospatial analytics to the Watson Analytics and Cognos Analytics platforms.
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.