GraphLab releases new analytics platform to take machine learning techniques to enterprise scale.
The Spark Summit recently wrapped and the big data framework continues to grow in prominence. In this edition of Talking Data, Ed Burns and Jack Vaughan recap the conference and answer some key questions.
Cloud storage systems aren't necessarily at the top of every business list for analytic data stores, but one Japanese retailer has experienced success.
Long-time IT watcher Tom Davenport sees potential in the latest big data go-around, with enterprise Hadoop part of the mix.
IT recruitment expert Matt Mueller suggests that data management professionals amp up their big data skills and experience in order to stay competitive in a swiftly changing industry.
New high-performance data management systems are adding management traits, as a recent MemSQL release attests. Meanwhile, SyncSort shows a way to mainframe data on the cloud.
Epicor ERP helped one manufacturer take its operational data from the Stone Age to real time.
In this news roundup, read about the new QAD Enterprise Applications 2014, a Mint Jutras report on SYSPRO and mobile ERP, and a lawsuit against NetSuite.
IoT's impacts on the supply chain can lead to more green, sustainable business practices.
Oracle Mobile Suite, VM 3.3, Oracle Big Data SQL and Exadata X4-8 are among the exciting new releases Oracle has to offer.
Robert Sheldon explains the history of Oracle Fusion Applications and the important choice between software-as-a-service and on-premises deployment.
In recent Oracle news, the Q4 report drops Oracle stock, but Ellison more focused on cloud gains. Oracle released new Virtual Compute Appliance.
Joy Global added SAP Manufacturing Integration and Intelligence and saw new productivity gains. Find out what they were.
ERP implementations come down to a lot of things like risk, scalability, cost and duration. So who comes out ahead in an SAP vs. Oracle matchup?
While many have criticized SAP's cloud strategy for being unclear and erratic in the past, it's beginning to fall into place, writes Ethan Jewett.
Epworth Healthcare and Vecima Networks are very different companies, but they both chose to use DH2i's DxConsole -- for very different reasons.
Vecima Networks and Epworth HealthCare go through their separate checklists to pick their server application virtualization program -- DxConsole.
Basit Farooq presents his top three SQL Server third-party tools for identifying and resolving SQL Server bottlenecks.