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Pivotal Releases Fill the Big Data Productivity Gap

Information Management, Pivotal Fills the Big Data Productivity Gap ... They've Only Just BegunLadies and gentlemen, write this date down because the show is about to begin. Almost exactly six months after Pivotal officially began operations, the EMC and VMWare spin-off headed by Paul Maritz is unveiling its first set of Pivotal-built products.

Microsoft Office Is Still the Productivity Suite Leader

For Microsoft, Forrester's recent report on productivity suites and alternatives to Office 2013 just couldn’t get better. It shows that while there are alternatives to Microsoft Office, most enterprises aren’t even looking at them. It also shows that if Office 2013 still hasn’t gained the traction Microsoft would like it to, it is only because most users are still on the 2010 version. 

Digital Asset Management from an Intranet Perspective

Digital Asset Management (DAM) systems are not only for big, flashy and expensive web properties but have a place in managing intranet content too. 

Metalogix Acquires Idera's SharePoint Tools

Metalogix has been steadily buying up hefty swaths of the Microsoft SharePoint ecosystem -- and it's now bought up Idera's SharePoint business. It includes tools that focus on backup, maintenance, security and governance.

Hotter Than Hadoop - Introducing Hortonworks Data Platform 2.0

The boys at Hortonworks eat, sleep and live Hadoop, and there’s a feeling they’ll never be satisfied. Not because they, and other Apache Hadoop committers, think that the Open Source Big Data Framework isn't already amazing, but because it continues to offer so many possibilities. They see it fueling innovation, powering the next generation of companies, and being the catalyst that well established Enterprises use to reinvent themselves for the data-driven era.

IBM Assessment: How Information Security Leaders Can Do Better

A quarter of all company security leaders have deployed mobile security in the past month, but they’re still playing “catch-up” as they try to wrap policies and technology around the Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) trend. That’s one of the findings in the second annual IBM assessment of Chief Information Security Officers (CISOs). 

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Some characteristics of highly effective security leaders, from new IBM report

Are Content Management Systems Good Enough for Digital Asset Management?

A decade ago, the industry was vigorously pursuing the Holy Grail of enterprise content management (ECM). The basic premise: one content repository to serve as the home for all content within an organization. We now know this approach doesn’t work for web content management (WCM) systems because they have very specialized requirements and need to evolve quickly to keep up with technology.

These characteristics don’t apply to most digital asset management (DAM) needs, yet people are still struggling with their DAM requirements.

Big Data Bits Featuring Andreessen Horowitz, Data Elite, Mode, Actian, Kurobase, Databox

Information Management, Big Data Bits Featuring Andreessen Horowitz, Data EliteDear New York Times, AllThingsD and anyone else who says that big data is an "Economic Big Dud," we have news for you -- you’re wrong.

Liferay Unveils Mobile-Ready Version 6.2 of Its Enterprise Portal

Liferay, a provider of open source enterprise portal and social collaboration software, is launching its biggest update in two years. Announced this week at the Liferay North America Symposium in San Francisco and expected to be available sometime in the fourth quarter, version 6.2 features a new focus on the creation of mobile-enabled websites.

Have It Your Way: Teradata Delivers Game-Changing Analytics in the Cloud (and Everywhere Else) #tdpug

Data-driven businesses will win the future. But it’s not the data that will generate the wins; it’s the actionable insights that come from analytics.

Enterprise Portal Liferay Gets Drag-and-Drop Uploading

The Liferay open source enterprise portal grows its ecosystem in part by the applications that are developed for it and featured in the Liferay Marketplace, which recently celebrated its one-year anniversary. Liferay is expected to announce version 6.2 next week at the Liferay Symposium in San Francisco. And one new announced app, from Portland, OR-based Solea Software, adds drag-and-drop functionality. 

The Gartner 2013 ECM Magic Quadrant: Winners and Losers

Information Management, The Gartner 2013 ECM Magic Quadrant: Winners and LosersAlthough a major analyst firm has yet to introduce a reality television-style survival component involving vendor executives, there are winners and losers in every vendor evaluation. This year’s Gartner ECM Magic Quadrant is no different -- seeing some players rise, some fall, while all fight to survive.

IBM Q3 Results Dive, Cloud Revenues Pass Magical $1B Mark

IBM has just released its third quarter results and the numbers do not make pretty reading. While profits beat expectations and were up 6 percent, revenues were down 4 percent as hardware sales crashed and enterprises turned to cloud computing.

Alfresco Upgrades Software, Delays IPO

Alfresco, an open source platform for enterprise content management, has upgraded its records management module and released the next version of its syncing technology, Alfresco One (v 4.2). But the news seems to be overshadowed by reports that the company is delaying its much-anticipated US initial public offering.

History in the Making: Datastax's Plan to Devour a Slice of Oracle's Pie

Repeat after me: Legacy databases weren’t built to power online businesses. Legacy databases weren’t built to power online businesses. Legacy databases....

Might seem obvious, but still, it needs to be said.

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