The loss of enterprise sales and HR jobs thanks to cheaper computing, SaaS and big data analytics is only the beginning. Jobs in R&D and product management will fundamentally change.
The combination of cloud computing, big data analytics and buying enterprise software on demand is changing the workforce.
After the revelations of NSA spying on internet data, analysts think the cloud market will take a hit. Here’s how to get the benefits of using the cloud, but protect your data.
There’s already a ton of data flying around, but the amount just scratches the surface of the data deluge that will come with the Internet of Things. Better get ready, says Snaplogic CEO Gaurav Dhillon.
Flow Corp. says its new platform-as-a-service will help companies ingest and aggregate multiple data streams, filter them and deliver the right data to the right people or applications in real time. That all sounds great, but it’s a very tall order.
So, what’s Oracle’s going to buy next? Here are five companies that might help the software giant fill in the check boxes on its public cloud, data analytics, management and infrastructure check list. Given Oracle’s bulging wallet, it doesn’t make sense to rule anything out.
OpSource Inc.’s brand spanking new Silicon Valley data center should cut latency times and boost network performance for the cloud provider’s enterprise and service provider customers on the West Coast and provide co-location options for enterprises wanting redundancy.