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Big Data Gets Sticky #strataconf

Ok, everyone knows that data scientists are sexy, but what about local TV reporters who can’t keep themselves from saying words like Hadoop, MapReduce, NoSQL, JSON and petabyte?

For Multiple Devices, Alpha Anywhere Adds Responsive App Design

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With a world full of mobile device types and platforms, app developers may be forgiven their stress levels. To help bring those levels down a notch or two, this week Alpha Software is releasing the latest version of its Alpha Anywhere app development environment, which now has code-free wizards for building HTML5 mobile apps using responsive app design.

Russian Startup Launches All-in-One Mobile App Analytics Platform

With so many new and existing mobile apps to track, comprehensive app analytics is essential for developers and publishers. This week, a Moscow, Russia-based startup launched a free, all-in-one mobile analytics suite for reporting and marketing analysis. 

Accenture: What Characterizes a High-Performing IT Department?

What do the highest-performing IT departments do differently than others? A new report from Accenture has some answers.

C-Suite Affects Financial Returns on Analytics, Big Data

New research from IBM shows a lack of support from the C-suite is the biggest obstacle to the development of business analytics and big data management. This is compounded by skepticism about the value of the data and the shortage of big data and analytics talent.

Facebook Open Sources Presto: Jump In to Check It Out But Don't Jump to Conclusions

For anyone who doesn’t yet know, Facebook open sourced “Presto” yesterday. What's Presto? It’s a distributed SQL engine for big data reported to run magnitudes faster than most of today’s widely used technologies that were built to handle such workloads. They include the likes of Apache Open Source HiveCloudera’s Open Source ImpalaStinger (supported by Hortonworks) and Pivotal’s Hawq, among many others.

Accenture Reports Good News for Risk Management but Misses a Key Point

Accenture’s 2013 Global Risk Management Study starts with a great subtitle: “Risk management for an era of greater uncertainty.” I love this play on words: we live in uncertain times, and risk management is all about addressing the uncertainty between us and our objectives (as the esteemed Felix Kloman says, risk management helps us “pierce the fog of uncertainty”). 

OpenText World 2013: Project Red Oxygen Unveiling, Innovation Track Debuts #OTEW2013

information management, Project Red Oxygen Unveiling, Innovation Track Debut at OpenText World 2013 #OTEW2013Earlier this year, organizers of the OpenText Enterprise World 2013 Enterprise Information Management Conference told us it's all about hosting a conversation -- what does enterprise information mean today, and what is its future? 

This month when IT and business leaders convene at the Orlando, FL, conference, OpenText hopes a big part of that conversation will be about Project Red Oxygen.

Breaking Through the Content Management Cloud Cover

While there’s no question that cloud computing is here to stay, the numbers suggest that the need to manage content in the cloud has a variety of business drivers. The challenge facing organizations is that these various drivers are not necessarily consistent or aligned with each other. 

Nuxeo Upgrades REST APIs, Content Sync, Workflows in v5.8

Just as it said it would do at Nuxeo World in Paris last month, Nuxeo has announced the release of version 5.8, the first long-term support version on the new release cycle it announced earlier this year. While there are many new features here, improvements in workflow, content synchronization and REST APIs are what make this release stand out.

WebRTC, Video Codecs and Why You Should Care

Right now, a bunch of nerds on the Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF) in Vancouver are making big decisions about the next big wave in web communications standards. And these decisions will have a big impact on some of the largest technology companies, for many years to come.

EMC's Syncplicity File Sync and Share Is Built for the Enterprise

Up until now, most enterprise File Sync and Share vendors have provided a service that looks -- and works -- much like Dropbox for Companies. Sure, the players in the space have added all sorts of security, controls, mobile capabilities, corporate branding, as well as integration with other enterprise applications to their offerings, but they’ve missed two important marks -- they weren’t built from the ground up for the way work gets done or with the deep, difficult to penetrate protections that companies need.

Syncplicity, with its latest release, becomes the exception.

Microsoft Upgrades Dynamics CRM, Adds it to Office 365 Bundle #conv13emea

Microsoft just announced the release of a number of new templates for its Dynamics CRM that tailors the customer relationship management software to fit a number of lucrative verticals. It also announced details of a new pricing deal that will bundle it with Office 365.

IBM Boosts Big Data Portfolio, Enhances Predictive Analytics Offerings #ibmiod

IBM just announced a number of upgrades to its predictive analytics technologies. They focus on squeezing business insight from sources of information that many enterprises are still only trying to manage. 

SAS, SAP Partner to Boost Big Data Analytics

partner.jpg Now that two competing technology giants have joined forces — SAS, a Cary, N.C.-based developer of analytics software, and enterprise applications provider SAP AG, a German multinational software corporation that makes enterprise software — there's just one question. What’s next?

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