Posts Tagged ‘Big Data’

DataGravity Partner Discusses The Unstructured Data Debacle

Qumulus Solutions’ Russell Ford discusses the state of Big Data analytics and how his company contributes to the SMB market as a DataGravity early-access partner.

EMC to Partners: Sell RSA and VMware, or Else

Resellers hoping to grace the upper echelons of EMC’s new partner program may have to forge ties with VMware, RSA and Pivotal as the vendor overhauls its channel strategy

Intel Makes $100 M Commitment to Smart Tech, Wearables

Intel has put its money where its mouth is on smart technology, pledging a $100 million investment aimed at the development of wearables.

The Fall of Google Flu Trends and the Future of Big Data

Far from discouraging and discounting its value, the failure of Google Flu Trends could actually help Big Data advance and find its rightful home in the enterprise.

IBM Takes on Fraudsters

IBM is drawing on its $24 billion investment in Big Data and analytics over the past nine years to tackle the rising problem of corporate fraud.

IDC Bullish on EMEA Security Appliance Market

IDC predicts the EMEA security appliance market will bulge from $2.5 billion to $4.2 billion by 2018 despite flat sales last year.

IBM Boss: We Are Not Exiting Hardware Market

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.

Partners Poised to Fill Big Data Skills Gap

Few things spell opportunity for the channel like the gap between what businesses want and what they feel they’re capable of doing.

On Point: Skype Goes Global, Google Goes Back to School

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.

On Point: Heavy on Health Care IT

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.