Big data is a big trend right now, and Wibidata has raised $15 million to help businesses take advantage of it. Wibidata builds and sells big data applications that companies can use to uncover consumer insights and react in real time.
Leading corporate performance management (CPM) company Adaptive Planning has raised a massive $45 million in its fourth and final round of funding with a goal to further dominate the CPM space.
Google used 400 custom-built data-sensing "motes" to collect 150 million database records during Google I/O. Here's how the team built the devices and collected the data.
Enterprise tech IPOs have seen some big movement over the past few years. Now we can add big data and data visualization company Tableau Software to the list.
Data visualization company Tableau Software has raised the price range of its initial public offering to $31 per share.
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Hot database-as-a-service startup Cloudant has raised $12 million in its second round of funding.
Twitter has acquired data visualization startup Lucky Sort, possibly to bolster its ad sales and reporting tools.
Editor's Pick a number of enterprising startups that sell big data analysis tools to large companies are seeing explosive revenue growth -- the latest sign the big data gold rush is fully on.
Cameron Peron is VP Marketing at Newvem, a cloud operations optimization service.
Amazon has launched a series of local Amazon Web Services summits across in key cities across the world. Capitalizing on the re:Invent conference in November of last year, …
The startup was working on simple ways of scaling code beyond single machines. Using the Ubalo infrastructure, developers could write code for multiple machines with no additional overhead.
Enterprise software giant SAP has been throwing its hands in the air for years, exclaiming that it is indeed a cloud company. But yesterday, SAP took a big step that shows where the it and its customers are at by …
The "enterprise cool kids" are partnering up so customers can visualize relevant data to better understand the effectiveness of their teams.
We're going back to the future, according to Monetate: going back to a time when all commerce was personal.
Enigma.io launched out of beta today to be "Google for public data," with strategic investment from the New York Times.
Top-ten-of-everything site Ranker had a novel idea for rating and ranking the best film schools in the country: check which ones graduate the most successful filmmakers.
Editor's Pick In-Q-Tel, the CIA's venture arm, is treated with reverence by business software providers.
Dell execs hope to settle customer and partner anxiety with talk of their "big data" and cloud software products.
DataHero, the startup that would do away with Excel, has just launched its free product to the public.