Tibco's Information Builders acquisition 'most significant one and the largest in our recent history' says CEO Dan Streetman
The coming together of two long-established enterprise data management firms will bring broad new capabilities to bear on Tibco's core areas of focus.
Organisations are overconfident when it comes to data-driven decision making
A massive clinical trial disrupted other work being done at the company, highlighting the need for a scalable solution
Hadoop is powerful, but don't make a mountain out of a molehill when it comes to data
Incisive Works meets Catherine Howard, VP of Marketing at Atos.
How data is improving dating
Move fits with Splunk's strategy of broadening its enterprise use cases
IT leaders who work with data are more likely to see the value in AI
The expanded awards highlighted 18 innovative companies
Automation and increasing compute power are needed to handle the growing pool of astronomical data
Over half of organisations still see general commitment outweighing even budget as main obstacle, finds research
Teradata Universe is the company's largest European event
Customer data is a valuable resource, but what happens when it's misused?
EU plan not much different from US Department of Justice EU data grab it opposes
Jason Burns of IBM Ireland insists that automation is becoming ever more important in the data space
Do you lead data - or just follow it?
MongoDB 4.0 to be released in the summer will feature multi-document ACID transactions for the first time
Driverless cars, drones and 3D printing are just a few of the ways that companies can leverage big data
The big data world is changing
Recognising the best of the best
Hi-tech retailer needed to democratise analytics, explains data scientist Marcin Druzkowski
IBM has announced a ton of improvements to its big data and AI platform.
Big data is no use if all it does is sit on a database, argues Paul Alexander
Experiments with automation have already lowered costs and increased speed at Ocado's warehouses