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DAILY VIDEO: Microsoft Project Oxford natural-language machine-learning beta debuts; Chase to launch its own mobile payments service; IBM buys The Weather Company's digital assets; and there's more.
DAILY VIDEO: Oracle, Intel target IBM Power with migration program; Cisco exposes, helps patch multiple NTP vulnerabilities; IBM launches data insight services with Twitter, The Weather Company; and there's more.
Enterprises are confronting the reality of big, fast, varied and changing data. It's no longer about managing a small number of systems, but rather hundreds of systems and petabytes of data. Smart companies know that managing large volumes of structured and unstructured data, known as big data,...
DAILY VIDEO: Microsoft introduces U-SQL query language; Cisco makes move into data preparation space; AMD makes commercial PC push with new Pro A-Series APUs; and there's more.
DAILY VIDEO: Microsoft enables one-step MDM in Windows 10; IRS breach more extensive than first reported; Georgia Tech finds 11 deep security flaws in Chrome, Firefox; and there's more.
DAILY VIDEO: Microsoft's Power BI draws financial insights from QuickBooks Online; Dell's new IoT division plans to service the "Internet of data"; Bing Image Search guesses "how old"; and there's more.
ADP launches its own big data analytics cloud platform; IBM rolls out new servers, software, solutions at Edge 2015; HP business channel to start selling Sprout PCs this month; and there's more.
Microsoft Intune MDM software embraces Apple Device Enrollment; Cisco to offer Hadoop distributions with UCS Infrastructure; Google bolsters cloud portfolio with message-oriented middleware; and there's more.
Dell brings predictive support to business PCs, tablets; T-Mobile giving away free tablets for Valentine's Day; Cyber-spy campaign uses Forbes.com to hit U.S. businesses; and there's more.
Microsoft acquiring Revolution Analytics in Big Data push; Logitech grows video options with ConferenceCam Connect; IT jobs more lucrative, but wage satisfaction dips; and more.