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Hey IBM, Oracle, Pivotal: HP Says Its Big Data Analytics Appliance Is Blazing Fast

HP probably isn’t the first name that comes to mind when you think “big data” or “analytics,” but if the company has its way, all of that changes starting today.

2014 Wish List ... from Rich Blank

2014 Wish List ... from Rich BlankIn 2014, I wish IT wakes up and realizes they need to unbundle ecosystems and stop looking at features. I wish CIOs would think more strategically about re-platforming, and focus more on user experience and overall value delivered to users. -- Rich Blank, solutions engineer with Jive Software.

Title image by Amodiovalerio Verde (Flickr).

SAP Flexes Its Analytical Muscles, Hints of What's to Come

If it’s true that the future will be won by the companies who leverage their information best, then SAP’s customers will be dancing in dollars.  

Not only because of HANA's in-memory processing capabilities and the big data informed Customer Engagement Intelligence solutions SAP introduced last month, but also because the software giant now provides some of the world’s most powerful predictive analytics capabilities via the integration of its KXEN acquisition.

How Is Hadoop Like Teenage Sex? [Infographic]

How is Hadoop like teenage sex? It’s an old riddle whose answer is changing quickly. If you don’t already know what it is, read on. And if you do, read on anyway (and check out the Infographic) because we have some marvelous visual statistics to share.

HP Beats IBM to Become Top Server Vendor

HP has overtaken IBM to become the world’s biggest server vendor in terms of revenue in the third quarter this year, according to new figures from IDC, a market research company. This follows recent and indirectly related research by Forrester that identified HP as the top private cloud vendor in the market right now.

Reflections on IT Risk, Technology, Risk Management, Internal Audit

All the studies show an increasing pace of change in and around technology. It’s not just that we run the back-office with enterprise software, it is also invading the front office and the products and services offered by organizations around the world.

2013: The Year of Mass Cloud Computing Extinctions

Information Management, 2013: The Year of Mass Cloud Computing ExtinctionsCloud computing provides tremendous value for businesses of all types. But as we can see from the number of products that shut down in 2013, it isn't all a silver lining. 

Breaking Bad Habits in IT: Avoid the Suite Trap

It’s time to break some bad habits. Fifteen years ago, CIOs bought into expensive technology suites that offered a “one stop shop” for every digital project on their agenda. These suites consolidated a range of applications into one package, offered by a large vendor like Oracle, SAP or IBM. But these “one stop shops” proved to be a bad investment. Individual applications rolled into suites became old news, and CIOs found themselves locked into their investments while companies like Salesforce.com and Workday took a majority of the market share away from applications in suites.

And now history is repeating itself ...

Ignoring the Cloud Costs Money, Ignoring Big Data Could Cost You Your Business

Ignoring the Cloud Costs Money, Ignoring Big Data Could Cost You Your BusinessData silos days are numbered. Businesses that organize around products or business functions and not data will disappear. 

Is a Turnaround in Sight for HP?

Hewlett-Packard CEO Meg Whitman may have managed to turn the fortunes of the struggling information technology giant around. The company's share prices climbed as much as 7 percent  in after hours trading on the strength of fourth quarter financial results that beat analysts’ expectations. Have corporate appetites for hardware and networking products returned?

What Enterprise Content Management Technologies Do Manufacturing Companies Use?

Manufacturing and “heavy industry” have much in common with respect to their enterprise content management (ECM) habits, and comparing your own organization against a wider peer group may help get you out of the status quo rut you may be in.

Who Coined the Term 'Enterprise Data Hub' and Does It Matter?

Information Management, Who Coined the Term 'Enterprise Data Hub' and Does It Matter?“That’s not fair, it was my idea first ..." Anyone who has kids has heard that line before, and it seems that some people don’t grow out of it.

Now granted, sometimes there are good reasons for these arguments and accusations. Apple says Samsung "slavishly" copied the iPhone and iPad in its Galaxy line of mobile phones and tablet, and the courts agree that its claim has merit. And the so-called Rockstar consortium, made up of Microsoft, Apple, Sony and others, is suing Google over patents.

Metalogix Makes Cloudy Move ... Who's Next?

Metalogix's decision this month to deliver the Metalogix Total Email Management and Migration solution for the Amazon Web Services (AWS) cloud signifies another effort from a software vendor to put stock into the cloud.

Gartner: OpenText is on the Right Track #OTEW2013

The hype is over. No more multi-colored streaming lights. No more feel-good instrumental music each time a new speaker is introduced. And no more Orlando, Fla. A lot of us are back to (20-degree) reality — away from the 2013 OpenText World Enterprise Information Management Conference.

For OpenText, reality means unleashing its new enterprise information management (EIM) software suite, Project Red Oxygen, now through March and hoping it lives up to its conference billing and hype.

SAP: We're No Longer Just an ERP Company #OTEW2013

ORLANDO, Fla. — First things first. SAP is more than an enterprise resource planning (ERP) provider.

Tom Roberts, SAP vice president of global ecosystem and channels, relayed that message to the audience this morning at the SAP keynote in the Ritz Carlton Hotel here at the 2013 OpenText World Enterprise Information Management Conference. “Many of you know SAP as the ERP company — and that sort of thought process is a bit behind the times,” Roberts said. 

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