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Ojas Rege of MobileIron gives a mobile cloud perspective on 2015 and explains why the personal cloud has become the centre of our digital lives and like it or not, enterprise information now lives everywhere

Andrew Roughan argues that in order for businesses in the UK to stay ahead of the curve, they need to improve the infrastructure management in their data centres before they can look to moving to a software defined future

The Chancellors’ autumn statement offers £155 million of funding for new research centres in big data, and adds further breaks for R&D.

Sean Newman argues that a continuous approach to security mixed with big data analytics is the only way to effectively battle against advanced security threats.

Friday, 07 November 2014 16:34

Today’s CIO Agenda

David Goulden, CEO of EMC Information Infrastructure argues that CIOs need to be agile and forward thinking but still have the technology skillset and the structures to build the solutions that will drive the business forward. 

Thursday, 30 October 2014 13:15

IBM and Twitter create new cloud solutions

IBM and Twitter bash heads together to produce a threefold partnership that uses Twitter firehose data to create and enhance new solutions and services from IBM

Cloud-based analytics services including Cognos, SPSS and Watson analytics are to surface on the IBM Cloud Marketplace as well as announcing new departmental specific solutions

The latest release of the OpenStack open source cloud standard adds over 300 new features to speed development including;  solutions for managing bare-metal server, and features for super users to help speed the development of big data analytics.

Monday, 13 October 2014 17:30

Salesforce analytically rules the Waves

Wave, is the new Salesforce created solution to big data and business analytics problems. Salesforce claims Wave Analytics Cloud will make it easier for business to explore data sources, gain insights and take actions, from any device.

Just slightly more than one in ten UK businesses claim to have the strategy, technology and business processes to fully capitalise on the data from their operational and revenue benefits

Mark Steel talks to some of the leading businesses working in the field of big data and looks at some of the issues around the push to adopting big data in the enterprise  

Large-scale file storage and Apache Hadoop big data services for business critical workloads with up to 19 petabytes per server cluster are now available in Red Hat Storage Server 3

Businesses are realising the potential of big data but issues around technology skills and resourcing are holding them back from adopting big data in the timescale they would like.

The new storage solution from NetApp allows containers of up to 100 billion objects to be moved between data centres securely and at a much reduced cost

John MacMillan looks at why healthcare organisations should be utilising cloud to exploit the potential of big data.

Riak Enterprise 2.0 the high availability, fault tolerant, distributed NoSQL database integrates Solr search and adds major enhancements to security and configuration management.

Informatica offers subscription pricing for their Big Data Edition for Cloudera and Hortonworks and offers free 60 day trials

Matthew Napleton, Marketing Director, Zizo looks at the three essential questions any business should ask before embarking on a big data

Imperva adds security and audit trails to big data business Cloudera Enterprise’s Hadoop deployments

Big data promises timely access to essential business insight; but according to Zizo’s Matthew Napleton, the reality is a massive dent in the Chief Financial Officer’s budget. So why are organisations still investing in big data projects? 

Surf and swimwear clothing brand Rip Curl launches Search GPS, a wearable device that tracks a surfers’ position using Rackspaces’ ObjectRocket database as a service solution.

Big Data solution providers MapR have got together with one of the World’s largest IT consultants to increase the usage of big data with turn-key solutions.

FICO and Kaggle are getting together to offer businesses the world’s largest community of data scientists free to solve complex big data problems


The winners of the hotly contested Cloud World Series awards have been announced  

Birst adds its analytics to SAP’s big data in-memory data platform to create real-time business intelligence solutions

IBM has upgraded the cloud infrastructure that underpins the Wimbledon website and road tests new features expected in future versions of their cloud orchestration product.

Azul adds support for Amazon Web Services and Cloudera to its Java runtime systems and adds functionality to ReadyNow!

The acquisition of Modulus allows development platform Progress to simplify the deployment of real-time SaaS, cloud, mobile, social, and big data apps with full PaaS functionality

Business leaders are ignoring the data in the business and instead are showing a reliance on intuition as they struggle to gain confidence in data, according to new Economist Intelligence Unit report on decision-making

HP has released a new version of their HP Vertica Analytics Platform—HP Vertica Dragline—for businesses facing big data challenges who want to create solutions to analyse and store their data faster and more efficiently.

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