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The 20 Most Valuable Enterprise Tech Companies In The World (ORCL, IBM, MSFT)

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Quick, which company is more valuable: Microsoft or IBM? SAP or Cisco? The following list will tell you. While consumer tech companies like Facebook and Zynga have been high-profile disappointments for investors, enterprise companies have been the big success story of 2012, with fantastic IPOs (Splunk, ServiceNow, Infoblox), giant venture...
The 20 Most Valuable Enterprise Tech Companies In The World (ORCL, IBM, MSFT)

IDC: Analytics a $51B business by 2016 thanks to big data

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According to market research firm IDC, the market for business analytics software grew 14 percent in 2011 and will hit $50.7 billion in revenue by 2016. It will grow at a rate of 9.8 percent a year until then, IDC predicts, driven in part by the current hype around big...
IDC: Analytics a $51B business by 2016 thanks to big data

This week in cloud: All Amazon all the time but Google gets its licks in

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Amazon  took full advantage of its inaugural AWS: Reinvent show to push out all sorts of news, most notably a new data analysis service based on Paraccel technology that it says will take on data warehousing powers Oracle, IBM, Hewlett-Packard at much lower prices. Attendees of the show, including Netflix...
This week in cloud: All Amazon all the time but Google gets its licks in

Cloudera's Impala tool binds Hadoop with business intelligence apps

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In traditional circles, Hadoop is viewed as a bright but unruly problem child. Indeed, it is still in the nascent stages of development. However the scores of “big data” startups that leverage Hadoop will tell you that it is here to stay. Cloudera, the venture-backed startup that ushered the...
Cloudera's Impala tool binds Hadoop with business intelligence apps

Social Data Warehousing Is Worth the Trouble

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Everybody knows data warehousing is big data. But when you want to understand what's really going on with your customers' social interactions, terabytes may seem small. It's a laborious process, but the insight it provides can reap big rewards....
Social Data Warehousing Is Worth the Trouble
15 More Tech Skills That Can Instantly Net You A $100,000+ Salary

Hadoop vs. EDWs: trends in enterprise adoption

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There is an interesting clash of perspectives occurring in the enterprise market between the Hadoop newcomers and the old-school data warehousing providers. The latter are attempting to paint Hadoop into a corner, narrowing its usefulness to a limited set of functionality, while at the other end, the Hadoop providers are...
Hadoop vs. EDWs: trends in enterprise adoption

How a Looming Talent Gap Will Crush Enterprise Hopes for Big Data

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Large enterprises are putting a lot of money and effort into making sure they have the latest and greatest in Hadoop and other big data infrastructure tools, but it turns out their IT teams are far from prepared to actually use those tools once they are in place. That's one...
How a Looming Talent Gap Will Crush Enterprise Hopes for Big Data

Is the cloud the right place for your data warehouse?

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The single biggest news coming from Amazon Web Service's first user conference recently was the launch of the company's newest service, Redshift, a cloud-based data warehouse tool. And it prompts the question: Is the cloud the right place for data warehousing? AWS officials say for businesses struggling to manage...
Is the cloud the right place for your data warehouse?

Amazon Web Services summit San Francisco: It's all about the enterprise

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Sept. 9 - 10, 2013San Francisco, CAEarly Bird Tickets on SaleCameron Peron is VP Marketing at Newvem, a cloud operations optimization service. Amazon has launched a series of local Amazon Web Services summits across in key cities across the world. Capitalizing on the re:Invent conference in November of last year, the...
Amazon Web Services summit San Francisco: It's all about the enterprise
An Interview With Amazon Web Services Senior Vice President Andy Jassy
FedEx CIO shares his thoughts on the architecture required for "epic data"

Microsoft Completes Journey To Big Data Through Hadoop

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There's no beating around this bush: today Hortonworks announced a new beta version of its Hadoop Data Platform that will run on Microsoft Windows Server, a move that shows Microsoft's own big data efforts will forever be connected to open source innovation. This is a highly significant (and even expected)...
Microsoft Completes Journey To Big Data Through Hadoop

Getting to grips with big data's challenges

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“Big data” is a big thing right now, but what’s being done with it and why? This was the subject of a wide-ranging panel discussion at Structure Europe 2012 on Wednesday. GigaOM senior writer Derrick Harris moderated, and the panellists included King.com data warehousing director Mats-Olov Eriksson, IBM big data...
Getting to grips with big data's challenges

Kim Dotcom unveils "Me.ga" domain, mega plan to fool law enforcement

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Kim Dotcom last night announced the domain for his new file sharing service—Me.ga—and details of his plan to evade shutdown attempts from law enforcement. Me.ga is reportedly scheduled to launch on January 20, 2013, the one-year anniversary of Dotcom's arrest on copyright infringement charges and the shutdown of Megaupload. We've already...
Kim Dotcom unveils "Me.ga" domain, mega plan to fool law enforcement

Amazon Web Services opens up Redshift, lands partners

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Redshift aims to capture some of the data warehousing market via managed services, lower costs and automated tasks such as provisioning and configuring....
Amazon Web Services opens up Redshift, lands partners

Sponsored post: Hadoop and the data warehouse: when to use which

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Live webinar (April 30, 2013) “Hadoop and the Enterprise Data Warehouse: When to Use Which” Teradata will bring together two of the most trusted experts in their fields to examine how big data technologies are being used today by practical big data practitioners… About the speakers Eric Baldeschwieler (aka “E14”),...
Sponsored post: Hadoop and the data warehouse: when to use which

Amazon Web Services launches Redshift, datawarehousing as a service

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AWS launches data warehousing as a service in an effort dubbed Redshift and claims it can cut enterprise costs dramatically. The move is likely to be a headache for established data warehousing players....
Amazon Web Services launches Redshift, datawarehousing as a service

Treasure Data Projects 500 Percent Growth This Year, Launches New "Plazma" Distributed Database

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It’s only been six months since cloud data warehousing company Treasure Data launched its services, but they’re already reporting some impressive growth figures. Treasure Data achieved month-to-month profitability last year, and they’re well on track to achieve a 500 percent increase in revenue this year. They’ve also amassed 50 high-profile...
Treasure Data Projects 500 Percent Growth This Year, Launches New "Plazma" Distributed Database
GoodData Raises $25 Million to Fix Business Intelligence
Searching Hadoop Data Just Got A Lot Easier
Eventbrite: Hadoop isn’t for everybody

DataSift launches two new ways for anyone to mine and filter social data

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For those drowning in data, this week provides good news from DataSift, the social data platform company. The firm is launching Push and Query Builder to make it simple for almost anyone to mine and  filter through data across the social Web. The company’s Push and Query Builder tools allow...
DataSift launches two new ways for anyone to mine and filter social data

Amazon Expands Redshift Data Warehousing And EC2 High Storage To Europe

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Amazon’s business model, CTO Werner Vogels reminded us today, is based on “low margins and high volume”, and today the company announced news of how it’s applying that to its enterprise services. From today, it’s expanding its Redshift data warehousing product and its EC2 High Storage service to Europe. Big...
Amazon Expands Redshift Data Warehousing And EC2 High Storage To Europe

IBM Uses Emoticons, Social Media for Predictive Analytics

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IBM is the latest to move into the social media analytics space and integrate it with internal information to do predictive analytics. The service is distinguished by its unique capability to analyze emoticons in addition to the information from social networks, Twitter and RSS feeds. Sponsor The emoticon analysis is...
IBM Uses Emoticons, Social Media for Predictive Analytics

Hadoop vs. EDWs: trends in enterprise adoption

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There is an interesting clash of perspectives occurring in the enterprise market between the Hadoop newcomers and the old-school data-warehousing providers. The latter are attempting to paint Hadoop into a corner, narrowing its usefulness to a limited set of functionality, while at the other end, the Hadoop providers are expanding...
Hadoop vs. EDWs: trends in enterprise adoption

Precog publicly launches, promises to be the Twilio of 'big data' analytics

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For businesses, building ‘big data’ capabilities is far easier said than done. Precog wants to change that by making it easier for companies to ask questions about their data. The startup has launched its product to the public today. With all the buzz around ‘big data’, it’s easy to forget that there...
Precog publicly launches, promises to be the Twilio of 'big data' analytics
Amazon's super-duper data pipeline is now ready for its close-up

Amazon Web Services accommodates big data storage

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Eyeing the growing market for big data analysis, Amazon Web Services (AWS) has introduced a storage package, called High Storage, that can offer fast access to large amounts of data. High Storage, an Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (EC2) package, is designed to run data intensive analysis jobs, such as...
Amazon Web Services accommodates big data storage
Storage: the crack cocaine of cloud computing
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