CTO Scott Gnau on open source, partnerships and simplifying Hadoop Hortonworks – once known simply as a Hadoop-flinger – is these days pushing itself as a modern data architecture company.…
Have you ever wondered what your email productivity is really like? Or have you wondered how much time your employees are wasting on fielding poorly written emails, or sending messages that aren’t necessary?
There’s a new analytics tool for Gmail—called EmailAnalytics—that gives you insights on all your team’s emailing habits. But for small businesses with only a few team members, is analytics for Gmail worth the investment?
And they're not the only software-defined object storage biz ready to cash in Analysis Software-defined object storage biz Scality has scored an extra $60m in funding to help along development of its cloudy storage tools.…
And *checks watch* of course it'll be really useful for GDPR Data management biz Hortonworks has lifted the covers off a service that aims to make it easier for enterprises to identify, secure and connect data stored both on-premises and in the cloud.…
This year, artificial intelligence will further elevate the enterprise by transforming the way we work, securing digital assets, increasing collaboration and ushering in a new era of AI-powered innovation. Enterprise AI is rapidly moving beyond hype and into reality, and is primed to become one of the most consequential technological segments. Although startups have already realized AI’s power in redefining industries, enterprise executives are still in the process of understanding how it will transform their business and reshape their teams across all departments.
Resy launched in the summer of 2014 with a simple premise: If you want a premium reservation at a restaurant on short notice, you should be able to pay for it. Four years and 160 markets later, Resy has changed a lot since then.
But today, the company is about to change things up even more.
This morning, Resy has announced a brand new suite of tools for restaurants, including a new inventory management system called ResyFly.
Another week, another massive privacy scandal. When it’s not Facebook admitting it allowed data on as many as 87 million users to be sucked out by a developer on its platform who sold it to a political consultancy working for the Trump campaign, or dating app Grindr ‘fessing up to sharing its users’ HIV status with third party A/B testers, some other ugly facet of the tech industry’s love affair with tracking everything its users do slides into view.
With an estimated 2.77 billion social network users around the globe, social networking platforms possess an unimaginable amount of data. The reach of social networks is expanding at an alarming rate around the globe in 2019. These figures will continue to grow. Social media provides a phenomenal amount of user-generated data. Due to the nature of data which is mainly unstructured, it is a herculean task to gauge actionable insights from this sea of information.
Accenture's Kathleen O'Reilly shares her tips on how companies can navigate the challenges of data management to boost their business.
Forget Facebook's data-sharing. New technologies could soon make it possible for companies and institutions to passively track your emotions and health.
Poppy Crum, the chief scientist at Dolby Labs, discussed these technologies during a talk at the annual TED Conference in Vancouver, Canada.
"Imagine a high-school counselor realizing that outwardly cheery student is having a hard time...or the authorities knowing the difference between a mental health crisis and another kind of aggression," she said.