Cloudera’s new product, known as “Impala”, addresses many of the concerns that potential customers still have about Hadoop, namely that it does not integrate well with traditional business intelligence applications.
Editor’s Pick The rumors were true. Five million PHP developers will now be able to design and build mobile apps for iOS, Android, Windows Phone, and BlackBerry.
“The biggest changes in technology are how mobile and cloud are converging,” says Gutmans. “Our intention is to tackle both of those head-on for our users.”
Microsoft’s long-term strategy is to win over the large enterprises that are still using traditional disks before Amazon or Rackspace can get to them.
Is email killing teamwork?
Microsoft signs “ready to manufacture” order for the next version of Office
Attivio, a Boston-based “big data” startup has pulled in $34 million to help customers organize their data — whether it’s sitting pretty in a database or is strewn haphazardly around the enterprise.
The 15-year-old firm has poured $50 million into IO, a provider of data center hosting services.
Workday, maker of human resources software, is proof that enterprise companies are immune to the recent strain of disappointing IPO’s.
Most two-year-olds are growing fast. But few are growing as quickly as social media management service SproutSocial, which is riding the wave of social media escaping the marketing department and penetrating the entire enterprise.
Polycom, maker of video conferencing technologies, today unveiled a new software suite it claims will be worth $12 billion by 2015.
RainStor is the second startup today to announce a multimillion-dollar fundraise in the “big data” market.
Everything you need to know about the iconic Silicon Valley company Hewlett Packard you can learn in this chart.
Editor’s Pick How do you top building the language that’s behind a third of the web?
HP’s latest stab at business tablets isn’t afraid to accessorize.
Four senior female Box executives gathered one Wednesday afternoon for a frank discussion about the company’s growth, taking leadership positions in a male-dominated industry, and the enterprise startups that are spurring the innovation of the next decade.
For businesses, building ‘big data’ capabilities is far easier said than done. Precog wants to change that by making it easier for companies to ask questions about their data.
Stop laughing, you cynical, 20-something Rubyist. Heroku’s got a plan. A big, lucrative plan.
Whether you’re planning to attend or are simply curious, here’s what to expect at Dreamforce 2012 in San Francisco.
Secure cloud hosting company FireHost raised $10 million in its third round of financing.
Zendesk is now bringing a consumer-y app to its enterprise customers — and a $60 million check to its bank account. It’s a win-win-win!
Marc Benioff announces two new Salesforce tools that directly challenge enterprise products Box and Okta
You’ll often hear “Big Data” startups promising to help companies unlock the true value of their data, but are they delivering?
Sports fans typically know much more about the performance of their favorite team and how well its key players are performance than execs know about the internal processes of their IT infrastructure … and how they impact profitability.
That’s what the new DevOps Dashboard from AppFirst is built to solve.
Teleconferencing is broken, and Craig Walker wants to be the man to change that. Today, Uberconference, a free audio conferencing service, has announced the public launch of its beta, and a new premium service for business users.
Last night we broke the news that HootSuite, the social media management solution for companies, acquired Loic Le Meur’s often-pivoting Seesmic. Today I spoke with Ryan Holmes about the acquisition and about the future of the social media management space.
Real-time video conferencing application FuzeBox releases Ignite 2.0.
Podio’s jump to the iPad shows why the tablet is the future of collaboration.
Calling all cloud fanatics! Nominations are open for our Innovation Showdown, one of the highlights of the CloudBeat 2012 conference (Nov. 28-29) at the Sofitel Hotel in Redwood City.
Editor’s Pick Check out our inaugural list of the young tech founders and CEOs who are bringing innovation to the enterprise.
Google announced two new user-friendly features for its popular BigQuery application with an aim to make it easier and cheaper for businesses to analyze huge data-sets.
Following in Yammer’s footsteps, Salesforce announced an integration to monitor office conversations on Chatter, its enterprise social network.
Major VC firm Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers will invest more than $100 million in new enterprise-facing startups.
MobileSpaces pulls in $3 million from Accel Partners to scale its mobile workspace, which segregates personal and professional applications, and keeps your data safe.
SpiderOak Blue Private Cloud allows companies to store sensitive data within its own infrastructure, rather than a third party site.
Ed tech startup rSmart took $10.75 million for its software designed for to help institutions of higher education run more effectively.
Today, I found myself privy to the first meeting between Box’s CEO, Aaron Levie, and his new vice president of engineering, Sam Schillace.
When Microsoft bought Yammer for $1.2 billion, concerns arose it might lose some of innovative spirit. But today Yammer has pushed back with several big updates, including a new “inbox” that prioritizes conversations, a real-time messaging interface, and integrations with Hootsuite and seven other services.
Boundary, a San Francisco-based startup developing a networking monitoring solution, has introduced some new capabilities for dev-ops to track traffic in real-time on cloud-based applications.