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Adaptive’s blog, “Big Data Challenge: Data Paring” was included in the newsletter – HPCWire

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I think a lot about big data and the challenges it proposes. I guess I started thinking about big data a long time before I ever heard the term. I began to think about it when I heard and read one of the conclusions of the post-mortem for the events on and around September 11th, […]

HPC Wire Posted blog, “Big Data Challenge: Data Paring”

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I think a lot about big data and the challenges it proposes. I guess I started thinking about big data a long time before I ever heard the term. I began to think about it when I heard and read one of the conclusions of the post-mortem for the events on and around September 11th, […]

The Next Big Data Challenge: Data Paring – insideBIGDATA

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I think a lot about big data and the challenges it proposes. I guess I started thinking about big data a long time before I ever heard the term. I began to think about it when I heard and read one of the conclusions of the post-mortem for the events on and around September 11th, […]

Keeping down costs and getting ahead of the competition – Mainframe Update

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We all know that everyone should be using mainframes for all their computing needs – and we also know that most people have got a laptop for their smaller computing needs on which they use Microsoft Office. A recent survey has published interesting results showing how those users could save money. The company is called SoftWatch (www.softwatch.com), […]

Workflows, People and Processes – InformationSecurityBuzz

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In the world of business there seems to constantly be a battle for supremacy between People and Process. Both ideological camps put forth their ideas and justifications, much of which is based on research and founded through their own internal point of view. For me, both of these are important and for integral, yet separate parts of the […]

Keeping down costs and getting ahead of the competition

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We all know that everyone should be using mainframes for all their computing needs – and we also know that most people have got a laptop for their smaller computing needs on which they use Microsoft Office. A recent survey has published interesting results showing how those users could save money.The company is called SoftWatch (www.softwatch.com), […]

Big Data Challenge: Data Paring

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I think a lot about Big Data and the challenges it proposes. I guess I started thinking about Big Data a long time before I ever heard the term. I began to think about it when I heard and read one of the conclusions of the post-mortem for the events on and around September 11th, […]

Workflows, People and Processes – InformationSecurityBuzz

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In the world of business there seems to constantly be a battle for supremacy between People and Process. Both ideological camps put forth their ideas and justifications, much of which is based on research and founded through their own internal point of view. For me, both of these are important and for integral, yet separate parts of the […]

Big Data, Crowdsourcing Aid Search for Flight 370 – Datanami

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US-based satellite imagery provider DigitalGlobe is using its recently acquired crowdsourcing website Tomnod to search for missing Malaysian Airlines flight MH370. DigitalGlobe activated its crowdsourcing platform on March 10 in an effort to locate the Boeing 777 jetliner that mysteriously disappeared on Saturday, March 8, 2014, while en route from Malaysia to Beijing. DigitalGlobe is […]

Interview: Adaptive Computing Brings Big Workflow to the Data Center – insideBIGDATA

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High Performance Computing (HPC) has traditionally taken place in the realms of research and government. Now Adaptive Computing is heralding a new trend it calls “Big Workflow” that makes it possible for enterprise customers to gain insight into enormous amounts of data through HPC. We sat down with Jill King, VP of Marketing at Adaptive Computing, […]