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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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Why Flash Storage Is Reaching the Tipping Point Against HDDs

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NEWS ANALYSIS: NAND flash drives are proving themselves to be both performance- and endurance-worthy in production situations--making them a better buy over time than mechanical hard drives.

Skyera Shoehorns 500TB of Flash Capacity Into 1U Box

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Skyera's newest arrays contain an unprecedented half-petabyte—yes, 500TB—capacity in a 1U, 19-inch-wide form factor.

How Big Data Analytics Is Driving Fantasy Football Participation

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About 25 million people this fall will be playing in numerous fantasy football leagues, a burgeoning business that will generate $1.1 billion in revenues.

IEEE: 60 Percent of Cars Will Be Internet-Enabled by 2025

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The IEEE predicts that 60 percent of the vehicles on the road in 2025 will be Internet-enabled.

Health Insurers Can Build Links to Customers With Social, Mobile Tools

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Rankings by EveryMove, a marketing and incentives company, suggest progress in health insurers' technology adoption, but further online community development is needed.

30 Years Ago: PC Spreadsheets Bring Number Crunching to the Masses

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eWEEK 30: Spreadsheet software from software pioneers such as VisiCalc, Lotus Development, Microsoft and Borland Software helped turn millions of corporate PC users into expert number crunchers.

Newcomer Starcounter Updates High-Performance Database

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Starcounter 2.0's biggest value-add for developers is that it reduces the lines of code needed to enable faster development and implementation of new applications.

30 Years Ago: Windows Evolved Slowly Before Microsoft Got It Right

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eWEEK 30: Microsoft released a number of early evaluation versions of Windows before it finally delivered Windows 3.0, the first widely used version of the graphical operating system.

Google Announces Research Award Winners

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Google also unveiled new two-year postgraduate Computer Science Teaching Fellowships for K-12 teachers.

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