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New York City-based Collibra brings a "data shopper's" approach to the task of finding and analyzing volumes of data.
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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Robert Heath Dennard, an IBM Fellow, is named a recipient of the 2013 Kyoto Prize for his achievements in electronics.
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.
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.
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.
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.
The new information governance suite manages and organizes overwhelming amounts of unstructured data using intelligent machine-learning IT.
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.
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...
WebRTC, which brings video chat to browsers without plug-ins, is a key part of the experimental Cube Slam video game from Google.