The Crown Commercial Service revealed that it has just signed a new, three-year deal with the software vendor.
While most analytics tools are set up for quantified information it's often the unstructured data that provides the context and the meaning companies need to make that information useful.
Enterprise software and services vendor Pivotal Software on Tuesday announced that company CEO Paul Maritz is stepping down and will be replaced by Rob Mee, a cofounder of Pivotal Labs who has most recently served as executive vice president of products and R&D for the firm.
An ailing SAP software implementation project in the city of Anchorage, Alaska, has been put on hold again, Mayor Ethan Berkowitz announced late last week, and this time, its future is far from certain.
The cyberattack on U.S. taxpayer data reported by the Internal Revenue Service earlier this year now appears to be much worse than originally thought, the agency announced Monday, with as many as 300,000 citizens now believed to be potential victims.
In the two years since its beta launch, Slack has juggled explosive growth, formidable competition and the need to cater to CIOs.
The ex-VP admits he bribed Panamanian government officials for a multimillion-dollar contract
In a new court filing, Oracle has broadened the scope of its complaint to reflect Android's ongoing success
The flaws could give attackers access to encrypted information
It's a better option for high-security environments, one analyst says
Another 15 are waiting in the wings.
Its efforts in the retail supply chain could get an especially significant boost
The new Alphabet restructuring should mean more transparency, and more insight into what's working and what isn't at Google.
Websites will lose almost $22 billion this year thanks to the ubiquitous tools
'We have seen them in the wild,' one consultant confirms