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Teradata pushes ‘Analytics of Everything’ message as it launches real-time ‘Listener’ and integrated Hadoop and Aster UDA

Teradata has today staked a claim not just on the Internet of Things, but on what it’s calling the “Analytics of Everything”, launching products and services it must hope will give it a jump on its increasing number of rivals in the data analytics space. Teradata Listener is described as “intelligent, self-service software with real-time ‘listening’ capabilities to follow multiple ... Read More »

US Peace Corps deploys IBM Cloud to improve recruitment platform

The US Peace Corps has selected IBM Cloud to help build a new recruitment platform to process job applications and fill volunteer roles across the globe. The announcement of the deal comes shortly after it was revealed that Finnair, Finland’s national airline, selected IBM to provide it with cloud services and industry expertise to help drive digital transformation through policies ... Read More »

SAP claims doubling of cloud sales as both licence and support revenues also rise

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Autonomy’s Mike Lynch to sue HP for damages

Former Autonomy CEO Mike Lynch has today filed a lawsuit against HP in the UK High Court seeking damages in excess of $150m. The damages, his legal team claims, were caused by what they call “false and negligent statements made about him and the Autonomy management team” by HP on 20 November 2012 and in HP’s “subsequent public smear campaign”. ... Read More »

How machine learning plays a key role in Amazon retail and Kindle services

Machine learning already plays a critical role in Amazon services, ranging from its online store to features within Kindle, all the way to servers helping to match people playing online video games. That’s what Ralf Herbrich, Amazon director of machine learning, told the audience at the Yandex Data Factory’s ‘Machine Learning and Big Data: Business Challenges’ conference in Berlin, Germany. ... Read More »

Microsoft: ‘We didn’t just smash Windows 7 and 8 together to make 10’

“We didn’t just create Windows 10 by smashing 7 and 8 together,” said Robert Epstein, Windows 10 launch lead at Microsoft. The – somewhat defensive – comment was made at Microsoft’s opening keynote slot at IP EXPO today, at which the firm was keen to emphasise the enterprise utility of the latest iteration of its new operating system. “We’re on ... Read More »

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