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  • Why Hootsuite Jumped onto IBM's Cloud

    Why Hootsuite Jumped onto IBM's Cloud

    Forget the little engine that could, IBM is the Mack truck that must. The 104-year-old computing giant that makes 76-year-old Hewlett Packard look like a kid is fighting for a place on computing’s third platform.  It can’t get there alone, and it probably shouldn’t try.

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  • Gartner's WCM Leaders Reveal What's on the Horizon

    Gartner's WCM Leaders Reveal What's on the Horizon

    Web Content Management vendors are “chasing the idea of digital experience and better engagement,” said Gartner analyst Mick MacComascaigh.  Most vendors have streamlined their approach to align their trajectory with those customer-centric goals, but the pace of their progress varies, MacComascaigh told CMSWire.

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  • Forget Lollapalooza, IBM Opens its Gates

    Forget IBM’s lousy earnings report. It’s (literally) so day-before-yesterday. Besides, the company’s cloud, analytics and Anything-as-a-Service (XaaS) offerings are gaining steam. And though it’s tough to turn a big a ship on a dime, we’ll say this for Ginni Rometty. She’s certainly trying.

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  • E-SignLive Builds on IBM Deal to Go Global

    Montreal-based Silanis Technology is building on its six-month old partnership with IBM by taking its electronic signature solution global. It's making e-SignLive available in Australia, Japan, Germany, the United Kingdom, Singapore and Brazil.

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  • Do We Have to Keep All This Darn Data?

    Not everything lives forever, including records, reports and that oh so carefully crafted content. Enterprises turn to data archiving vendors so they can retire legacy applications, but still remain compliant in the event of an audit.

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  • Box Scores Again with IBM Partnership

    Box Scores Again with IBM Partnership

    Box made its biggest move to date by going public earlier this year.  That may now be its second biggest move. The online file-storage provider teamed up with enterprise technology giant IBM today in a global partnership aimed at developing new solutions for the cloud.

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  • How Are You Capitalizing on Customer Analytics?

    How Are You Capitalizing on Customer Analytics?

    Growth through analytics has been gaining attention, as companies learn that developing cohesive analytics is critical to achieving the right customer experience (CX) that will sustain sales.  This was a key message at the Customer Analytics Innovation Summit in Chicago last week.

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  • Databricks Opens Its Spark(ly) Gates to All

    At the Hadoop World conference in New York City last fall, much of the excitement was around another big data crunching technology —Apache Spark. Full house with people standing during Spark talk. Next year it can be called Spark-World. #hadoopworld #strataconf pic.twitter.com/cBjJ934OYC — Andre Luckow (@drelu) October 17, 2014

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  • My Experience With Watson Analytics

    My Experience With Watson Analytics

    Analytic tools are evolving. They're expanding from specific applications that measure such things as website traffic and content consumption to data aggregators for visualization and advanced analysis. There are multiple new tools that build on this trend, including Watson Analytics, IBM’s cloud-based analytics service, Watson Analytics is a natural

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  • IBM, Cisco Make OpenStack Buys

    IBM has bought OpenStack-based private cloud vendor Blue Box for an undisclosed sum. According to a statement from Big Blue, the acquisition will accelerate its open cloud strategy.

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  • IBM Takes Vertical Leap in Predictive Analytics

    IBM Takes Vertical Leap in Predictive Analytics

    IBM is going vertical in its analytics platform.  The Armonk, N.Y.-based software giant just released 20 new industry-specific solutions with pre-built predictive analytics capabilities. Solutions include pre-built predictive analytic modeling patterns and interfaces for specific verticals and data preparation capabilities to manage data.

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  • CRM Is Mature and Growing Nicely, Gartner Claims

    The customer relationship management (CRM) market is well-established, mature and growing at a healthy clip. That's Gartner's headline finding in its latest global analysis of this software category. Specifically, it found that worldwide CRM software investments grew to $23.2 billion in 2014, up 13.3 percent from 20.4 billion in 2013.

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  • IBM Teams With Facebook, Expands Social Love

    In the "right time, right message" marketing technology race, IBM and Facebook partnered up today took the lead, officials said. IBM's marketing cloud clients can now use Facebook’s ad capabilities such as Custom Audiences.

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  • Hey Cloudera & MapR: Open Data Platform is the Real Deal

    Hey Cloudera & MapR: Open Data Platform is the Real Deal

    If you thought the Open Data Platform (ODP) was just a bunch of hype, think again. This morning at the Hadoop Summit in Brussels, three big data crunching giants — Hortonworks, IBM and Pivotal Software — are making big news.

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