Lamba Architecture can solve issues with integration, Internet of Things and other long-standing problems by using data in a flexible, but reliable, way.
Disney's and Lake George's IoT projects are very different, but they have one thing in common: Both show how the IoT can and will deliver real value.
As an enhancement to its core database, Teradata’s Sofware-Defined Warehouse allows IT organizations to manage multiple data warehouses as if they were one logical entity.
At the moment, the enterprise is experiencing a storage glut, but the good times never last. It won’t be long before supply and demand do a flip-flop.
Owler founder and CEO, Jim Fowler, recounts his experience with selling a successful company, starting a company that failed, and then pivoting into a new successful company.
Informatica is showcasing its new Secure@Source offering that enables organizations to leverage the company’s middleware to identify the relationships among different sets of data.
Commerce Department CDO Ian Kalin believes in the importance of data quality, but runs into the question of whether quality data has a cost.
As marketing becomes increasingly data driven, it’s time for marketers to make data quality a top priority.
A new survey from Dell details surprising information on database management and administration in North America.
Bedrock Data CEO John Marcus says the service is based on a proprietary data type developed by Bedrock.
Big Data will perform to the limits of its underlying infrastructure, but at some point the cost of those resources will start to reflect supply and demand.
Rejected partners are voicing their outrage, but the question is whether this will affect innovation and growth in data usage.
Marketing pros love to talk about Big Data, and with good reason. Unfortunately, many marketers continue to overlook their most valuable data source: their customers.
The cloud is proving adept at finding the sweet spot between cost and capability, and as data takes up more space in the cloud, it will provide the most efficient platform for analytics.
It’s not so much that Oracle’s offering is the first on some of these capabilities, but more about Oracle helping its 400,000 customers continue to invest in Oracle.