Swiss cloud storage provider Wuala announced yesterday its plans to shutdown, according to a blog post from the company.
Tech giant Oracle rolled out Monday new features for its Service Cloud and Social Cloud – all with the intention of creating a better way for companies to harness customer data and feedback via social channels.
Today at LinuxCon, The Linux Foundation announced a new initiative aimed at mainframe users, the Open Mainframe Project. IBM is contributing code to the project and announced new mainframe packages.
Apple updated Boot Camp so that users can run Windows 10 on Macs running OS X Yosemite.
Twitter is making it possible for businesses to search tweets as far back as the first tweet ever sent. On Tuesday, Twitter released its Full-Archive Search API, enabling vendors to let users search the entire history of Twitter.
Both Microsoft and Salesforce gave Informatica a big stamp of approval by becoming strategic investors in the company.
The top news stories for July 29, 2015.
The more fragmented a company's data, the more difficult it is to manage and protect, and the more likely it is that sensitive data could be compromised. This is driving growing interest at many organizations for the appointment of a chief data officer.
Deriving true value from big data and data analytics are still pipe dreams for many organizations, which is why Microsoft hopes its new Cortana Analytics Suite will help organizations better unify big data with business intelligence.
The top news stories for July 8, 2015.