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  • How to Use Analytics to Save Your IT Department

    As times change, so does the role of IT. A generation ago, it had to embrace PCs and client/server solutions. Now IT departments are faced with the consumerization of technology. Could the same analytics that helps companies predict customer behavior help IT departments stay relevant?

    Written by Rob Enderle06 Dec. 13 13:35
  • EMC Shows the Power of Big Data Analytics

    Your company is doomed to fail if 'the biggest jerk at the table' makes all the decisions in spite of comprehensive data analysis. EMC and its customers are taking analytics seriously, CIO.com columnist Rob Enderle says. You should, too. It's a lesson Mitt Romney learned the hard way.

    Written by Rob Enderle16 Nov. 12 14:01
  • Sybase IQ 15.4 features 'Big Data' theme, support for Hadoop, MapReduce

    Sybase is hoping its IQ analytic database can make its mark in the burgeoning "Big Data" market with an array of new features, including native integration with the open-source MapReduce and Hadoop programming frameworks for large-scale data processing.

    Written by Chris Kanaracus02 Nov. 11 00:10
  • Oracle rolls out 'Big Data' appliance

    Oracle unveiled the Big Data Appliance, the newest addition to its line of products that combine software and hardware, during the OpenWorld conference in San Francisco on Monday.

    Written by Chris Kanaracus04 Oct. 11 03:48
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  • Big data - Part 2

    A second technology making a significant impact on solving Big Data problems is in-memory computing, which takes workloads that were traditionally resident on disk-based storage and moves them into main memory. This delivers a performance improvement many times above that which has been possible previously.

    Written by Brad Howarth20 Sept. 11 10:12
  • Big data - Part 1

    According to IDC’s Digital Universe report the data created globally on an annual basis will leap from 1.2 zettabytes this year to 35 zettabytes in 2020 (one zettabyte is equal to one billion terabytes).

    Written by Brad Howarth19 Sept. 11 10:12