Technology -> Data Management
TIBCO goes private
TIBCO is to go private. Which is good news for shareholders but what will it mean now that the company will be owned by Vista Equity Partners? There are several possibilities. The first is that...
Philip Howard, Bloor Research | 6th October 2014
GrayMatter and Guavus point the way forward, they sell solutions and not just capability
I have not written much about analytics and business intelligence of late because I have been busy on project work, and have become increasingly frustrated with what I have seen in the market place....
David Norris, Bloor Research | 27th September 2014
University of New Mexico delivers efficient IT services by centralizing on secure, managed cloud
University of New Mexico (UNM) moved to a streamlined and automated private cloud model to gain a common good benefit, while maintaining a vibrant and reassured culture of innovation.
Dana Gardner, Interarbor Solutions | 25th September 2014
How much data do you need?
There was an article in Information Week last week whose summary was companies have more data than they think, they need less data than they think, and predictive models consistently...
Philip Howard, Bloor Research | 10th September 2014
A storm about testing
ISO 29119 is a set of standards for software testing. It's not complete yet. The first three standards: concepts and definitions, test processes and test...
Philip Howard, Bloor Research | 5th September 2014
ExtraHop goes one hop further taking wire data into Open Data Stream
ExtraHop Networks is expanding the scope of its software to help businesses to exploit the value of the data it collects-for instance by big data applications and specific lines of business...
Peter Williams, Bloor Research | 19th August 2014
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