Technology -> Data Management
Data Classification, it's a people thing!
Data classification is an important aspect of security, especially for the often-neglected Office documents and emails that most companies run on. It's a fairly obvious concept-an employee...
David Norfolk, Bloor Research | 29th July 2014
How UK data solutions developer Systems Mechanics uses HP Vertica for BI, streaming, data analysis
By adopting HP Vertica, Systems Mechanics improved how their products best deliver business intelligence, analytics streaming, and data analysis.
Dana Gardner, Interarbor Solutions | 24th July 2014
For everything there is a season
All good things come to those that wait. That could be the position that Kx Systems finds itself in. For those that don't know the company, Kx Systems was one of the first companies to deploy...
Philip Howard, Bloor Research | 18th July 2014
Health data deluge requires secure information flow, says Open Group's new healthcare director
An expected deluge of data and information about patients, providers, outcomes, and needed efficiencies is pushing the healthcare industry to re-evaluate interoperability, security and the ability to adapt rapidly to the lessons in the data
Dana Gardner, Interarbor Solutions | 16th July 2014
How do you map a sphere to a plane?
This is a question that may not seem to have much relevance to IT. However, there are lots of geo-spatial applications where it is fundamental. One approach is to simply use longitude and latitude...
Philip Howard, Bloor Research | 14th July 2014
The return of the associative database?
In May 2013, the US Navy put out a requirements document for the development of an open source, US-based, scalable, secure associative database. You probably missed the announcement. Three...
Philip Howard, Bloor Research | 2nd July 2014
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