Graph databases are shaped the way we think, so why can't people get their heads around them?
The upcoming Avengers movie has crashed ticketing sites: they should have learned the teamwork lesson
A superhero won't help when there are massive surges of demand
They'll be treated as 'equal collaborators not a resource to be mined' Google promises .
It's not just about making sure you turn off that unused storage, it's about planning too.
Many of the real-world applications of AI are to be found in retail, but it's the big players that are making the running
Computing speaks to three analytics vendors on what their customers are doing
Google Cloud Platform will be next, the company says
'A big step forward for DataStax and Oracle customers, showing how massive amounts of operational data can be managed on the Oracle Cloud,' says CEO Bosworth
New regulations are forcing banks to give more power to customers and competitors with respect to account data, but they may be able to turn it them to their advantage
The industry responds to Computing's findings on IoT pilots, data veracity and NLP
Intelligent chatbots will soon displace many customer services roles
The bank is rolling out mobile apps and chatbots to keep customers engaged, explains CDO Luis Uguina
Tracking down and deleting personal data on request is not going to be easy for most companies, Computing research finds
The do's and don'ts of customer-centric delivery
How being a digital native is helping the firm look at markets beyond energy
Bedos tells Computing how big data and flexible development help the booking service provide the best experience for its customers
SMACK stands for Spark, Mesos, Akka, Cassandra and Kafka - a combination that's being adopted for 'fast data' problems, as Patrick McFadin of DataStax explains
Long-time Postgres developer, EnterpriseDB's Dave Page, explains how open-source software development has changed and what's next for the venerable database
'Our customers are after a boringly reliable service' says director Paul Barry, explaining his database decisions
MongoDB has 'architectural' problems and has done nothing to improve scalability, claims Couchbase CEO
Bob Wiederhold claims acquisition of WiredTiger was only a 'small step forward' for MongoDB, and that it has merely covered up its scalability issues
Wiederhold says 2016 will be the year of 're-platforming' but are NoSQL vendors struggling to convince end users to take the plunge?
Cassandra's masterless architecture gives it a unique advantage in developing multi-data-centre hybrid apps, claims CEO Billy Bosworth
DataStax co-founder Matt Pfeil explains how real-time and interactive services are transforming the gaming industry, and how other companies can use the same approaches too