Profile of Doug HenschenExecutive Editor, Enterprise Apps
Member Since: 11/15/2013
News & Commentary Posts: 1717
Doug Henschen is Executive Editor of InformationWeek, where he covers the intersection of enterprise applications with information management, business intelligence, big data and analytics. He previously served as editor in chief of Intelligent Enterprise, editor in chief of Transform Magazine, and Executive Editor at DM News. He has covered IT and data-driven marketing for more than 15 years.
Articles by Doug Henschen
posted in November 2012
Analytic vendor SAS buys automation technologies, hires key staff to bolster its rapidly scalable cloud delivery capabilities.
Demand for big data and analytics experts is on the rise, but it will take years for the supply to catch up. Here's how to cope.
Workday post-IPO financial results exceed expectations and it sets lofty goals for market share gains against Oracle and SAP.
Amazon Redshift service promises ten times faster query performance than conventional on-premises data warehouses, at one-tenth the price.
Former Autonomy CEO Mike Lynch rejects HP allegations of impropriety. HP says questions will be answered in court.
Why cloud application vendors are held to a different standard when it comes to profitability.
IBM's Smarter Cities Challenge helps 100 cities around the globe improve education, infrastructure, public safety and economic development. Look how 10 winning cities are tackling tough problems.
Some Hadoop advocates say this new platform will unseat the relational data warehouse from its dominant role in BI. Database champions say 'not so fast!' Share your opinion.
Intel's Paul Otellini, president and CEO, is retiring as Intel stares down a post-PC era favoring mobile chips.
Oracle takes Microsoft to task for its SQL Server Project Hekaton announcement, but in doing so it underscores what's missing from Oracle DB and Exadata.
Advanced analytics' predictive capabilities combined with big data are driving a new age of experimentation.
Think beyond technologies and techniques. How you engage with internal constituents and fund projects also may prove critical, a study says.
Will Hadoop become the new enterprise data warehouse? Sears' CTO is not alone in seeing a shift in how we'll use relational databases.
Watch out Salesforce.com: SAP releases a Hana in-memory database upgrade capable of running core transactional applications, starting with a customer relationship package.
Google BigQuery lets data analysts do fast, SQL-style querying. Tableau Software brings data visualization power to let business users in on the big data platform.
Oracle acquires Instantis just three months after buying Skire. So what happens to those customers?
Microsoft SQL Server "Project Hekaton" promises in-memory transactional processing that will stack up against SAP Hana and Oracle Exadata.