As expected, machine learning is making its way to the masses. But first it's coming to developers free of any need to master statistics first. And, boy, is the field getting crowded with giants.
Amazon Dash may be the IoT addition we've all been waiting for.
Research by The Ponemon Institute found that 1,600 security professionals surveyed worldwide are more afraid of not knowing where sensitive data is actually located at the moment than they are of a hacker or malicious employee. But wait, there's more.
Beacons pick up on information from the phones of passers-by and sends them offers and coupons from retailers in the vicinity. There are a number of beacon companies offering such services to retailers but Freckle IoT and Blue Bite are one-upping the game by creating what they claim is the largest proximity network in North America.
Thursday, April 9, is IoT Day. Since it is the fifth year the day has been observed, it seemed appropriate to share thoughts from five enterprise company executives on topics ranging from M2M, interoperability, security and the smart home for the occasion.
Hardly any company can afford to stay out of the cloud completely these days. So, what's actually happening in the cloud that you might want to know about first?
There is an excellent post in CSC blogs by my friend and colleague, Steven Vaughan-Nichols, on the sudden collapse of Nebula, an OpenStack cloud vendor.
Delphix, a data as a service (DaaS) company, has updated its DaaS platform with new cloud-ready features in support of Amazon GovCloud, OpenStack, and KVM hypervisor environments for simpler migration to both private and public clouds.
CA Technologies announced at EDW 2015 the general release of CA ERwin r9.6 Modeling which consists of its flagship product, CA ERwin Data Modeler and its CA ERwin Web Portal products.
SaffronStreamline sits atop existing Product Lifecycle Management (PLM) and Application Lifecycle Management (ALM) systems and unifies multi-sourced data with enterprise data into a single layer of intelligence.