• September 25, 2015 25 Sep'15

    Will big data make kids smarter?

    From Big Data Innovation Summit 2015, Boston I recently wrote a blog post about how big data is being leveraged in the public sector. But that is not where the use of big data analytics for the ...

  • September 18, 2015 18 Sep'15

    Developers say: "Give us more documentation!"

    Remember when you were young, and your parents demanded that you leave a note if you left the house? Well, now today's developers and your parents have more in common than ever. What do developers ...

  • September 16, 2015 16 Sep'15

    How do you run a country using big data?

    From Big Data Innovation 2015, Boston How do you lower the cost of sequencing a human genome? Big data. How do you accurately predict the movement and severity of deadly weather patterns like ...

  • September 15, 2015 15 Sep'15

    How big data could help prevent food shortages

    From Big Data Innovation 2015, Boston In 2014, Randy Dowdy, a farmer from Georgia, set the highest yield ever in the National Corn Growers Association National Corn Yield Contest with 503 bushels ...

  • September 14, 2015 14 Sep'15

    Editors' Choice for Innovation: OpenLegacy API Platform

    Learn how OpenLegacy API Platform provides automation and modernization for all aspects of application integration projects.

  • September 11, 2015 11 Sep'15

    Red Sox aim to make big plays with big data

    From Big Data Innovation 2015, Boston How is big data impacting America's favorite pastime? Big data first came to fame within the baseball world with the Moneyball story – the Oakland Athletics' ...

  • September 01, 2015 01 Sep'15

    Five API management products worth noticing

    With API management becoming increasingly important in the enterprise application development space, it's not a bad idea to consider your options when it comes to a vendor. Forrester recently named ...

  • August 31, 2015 31 Aug'15

    Really, how mature is mobile development?

    "There are two types of companies out there: those who use mobile appropriately and those who are still scratching their heads." - Matthew David, Senior Manager of Mobile Management at ...

  • July 22, 2015 22 Jul'15

    The culture of microservices: Conway's law and two pizza boxes

    The idea of microservices appears to be quickly gaining fame among today's enterprises, however some IT experts warn that organizations may not be "culturally" prepared to leverage this new ...

  • July 13, 2015 13 Jul'15

    Developers: What does open source mean for your career?

    What do developers need to do in order to make the most of open source software in their organizations? Are there certain steps they can take in order to ensure open source has a positive impact on ...

  • July 07, 2015 07 Jul'15

    Clusterpoint 3.0 NoSQL cloud database service targets developers

    Learn why Clusterpoint's new 3.0 NoSQL database technology is our editors' choice for innovation for July 2015.

  • July 03, 2015 03 Jul'15

    Let's innovate: Uncovering hidden powers of the smartwatch

    Scouring the Internet reveals a number of heated debates about devices like the Pebble smartwatch. Is it useful? Useless? Will wearables become the way of the future – or an embarassing fad of the ...

  • June 10, 2015 10 Jun'15

    Data transfer latency: Tackling problems related to “people systems”

    Last week, the creators of Alpha Anywhere hosted a user meetup to talk about mobile application development – specifically, tablet applications for use in the field and workplace. One of the major ...

  • June 02, 2015 02 Jun'15

    The I in BPM

    Something old, business process man­agement, has been made new again by the addi­tion of a lowercase i. This three-part guide shows how and why adding cloud services and analytics to BPM will make ...

  • May 22, 2015 22 May'15

    Next generation applications a priority for EMC

    EMC is switching gears to focus on next-generation applications rather than the big storage products that made them a market leader.