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Data Governance Provider Collibra Nets $50M in New VC

New York City-based Collibra brings a "data shopper's" approach to the task of finding and analyzing volumes of data.

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Security Provider Arxan Buys Apperian for Mobile Expertise

Arxan is adding much-needed mobile security management capabilities. Apperian's platform provides granular security and policy controls at the application level.

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Microsoft, Oracle Make Cloud Co-op Deal Official

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The two huge IT providers revealed that they will be connecting their products and services in ways they never had before.

IBM Researcher Wins Kyoto Prize for DRAM Invention

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Robert Heath Dennard, an IBM Fellow, is named a recipient of the 2013 Kyoto Prize for his achievements in electronics.

Oracle, Microsoft Ready to Link Their Fortunes in the Cloud

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NEWS ANALYSIS:  As newer, cheaper cloud-based solutions continue to pour into the enterprise space, old-line software vendors such as Oracle and Microsoft have to get creative.

Can Facebook Find a Way to Monetize Instagram Video?

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NEWS ANALYSIS: Facebook is under a lot of pressure from stockholders to make money on everything it can, so it needs to find a way to monetize Instagram as soon as possible.

How Automated Disaster Recovery Can Literally Save Your Business

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In restoring an IT system after an outage due to any cause, the margin between hours and days offline can often mean all the difference in whether or not a business survives as a going concern.

Maintaining Business Continuity in a Diverse IT Environment

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The constant parade of new hardware and software that necessarily comes into a data center makes for a lot of moving parts that can be extremely difficult for IT managers to integrate into a business continuity plan.

Recommind Adds Machine-Learning Intel to Data Governance Suite

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The new information governance suite manages and organizes overwhelming amounts of unstructured data using intelligent machine-learning IT.

A Closer Look at Several 'UnGrounded' Participants: Part 1

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What the participants in this unusual U.N. mission have in common is energy, a love and/or concern for the improvement of education and a working knowledge of technology.
UnGrounded

UN Will Back Project AdviseHer to Aid Women in STEM Education SLIDESHOW

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From June 12 to 14 a group of about 130 people, invited by a British Airways/United Nations-sponsored initiative called UnGrounded and consisting of Silicon Valley entrepreneurs, educators, venture capitalists, inventors and a few journalists, flew from San Francisco to London. Their ages ranged...

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