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New York City-based Collibra brings a "data shopper's" approach to the task of finding and analyzing volumes of data.
Arxan is adding much-needed mobile security management capabilities. Apperian's platform provides granular security and policy controls at the application level.
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NEW PRODUCT LAUNCH: Liqid's PCIe Fabric and Intel Optane software bridge the gap between SSD and DRAM in supercharging industry-leading solid-state package for memory-centric workloads.
eWEEK DEEP DIVE, PART II: Oracle has launched a new consulting platform called Soar, which the company contends is the world’s first automated cloud migration offering. This will serve as the basis for much of its innovation in the future, CEO Mark Hurd tells eWEEK.
INDUSTRY RESEARCH: Gartner analysts on Dec. 4 presented these findings during the Gartner IT Infrastructure, Operations and Cloud Strategies Conference, which continues through Dec. 6 in Las Vegas.
PRODUCT REVIEW: The HP Spectre Folio is only one of a wave of coming new laptop designs that likely will redefine how we use our laptops. This is what a 2-in-1 should really look and feel like.
NEWS ANALYSIS: The Dec. 3 launch aboard a SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket carried 64 tiny satellites into orbit, with several of those spacecraft dedicated to a new wave of IoT communications.
NEWS ANALYSIS: AWS is on a $27 billion run rate growing 46 percent a year, CEO Andy Jassy said. Its customer and partner rolls continue to swell, and it's even taking its first steps into what until now has been a missing link: open source.
INDUSTRY RESEARCH: In its latest Visual Networking Index (VNI), Cisco Systems predicts that by 2022, more IP traffic will cross global networks than in all prior internet years combined. That's, um, quite a load of traffic.