Big Data Article Archive:
IBM boss Ginny Rometty has said the firm’s x86 server business sale does not signal a future hardware market exit as she admitted the company failed to live up to expectations last year.
Few things spell opportunity for the channel like the gap between what businesses want and what they feel they’re capable of doing.
From the classroom to the board room, these solutions claim to help us stay connected to the information and human resources we need every day.
This week it’s all health care IT all the time in On Point, our weekly digest of product and services news. Here’s some of the top news from around the HIMSS 2014 show for the week of Feb. 24 – 28.
The modules customized dashboards, reports and alerts focused on re-admissions and the broader concept of population health management for chronic care.
Big Blue is clearly going all in on its SoftLayer-driven cloud services gambit, this week snagging DBaaS provider Cloudant to improve back-end support for developers.
The Big Data brains at Splunk continue to fine-tune the security capabilities in their business intelligence platform, this week rolling out an updated app with better threat detection capabilities.
IBM is moving forward with efforts to turn its powerhouse Watson cognitive computing technology into a real, money-making franchise, announcing efforts this week to launch a new Watson-focused business unit and debuting two new products based on the technology.
While a lot has happened over the last 12 months, relatively few breakthrough or significant technologies or trends were recorded. This is Channelnomics’ tribute to a year of nothingness.
Oracle is moving deeper into marketing automation and sales enablement with its purchase of Responsys, the San Bruno, Calif., vendor best known for custom e-mail and data integration marketing applications.