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 December 2012
Amazon Web Services suffers a second holiday services disruption and the fourth outage of 2012.
We'll see more mobile options and embedded analytics, of course, but surprises will include growth in financial apps and big-data insights.
CEO Larry Ellison talks up Oracle's Sun acquisition even as hardware sales slide 23%. Software sales rise.
Cloud vendor's sales apps are the first to gain new social recognition, reward and performance-management capabilities.
Oracle NoSQL Database 2.0 gains management features, while the Oracle Big Data Appliance gets new software, more powerful Intel chips.
Big data deal gives Oracle a cloud-based platform for analyzing vast datasets generated by electric, gas and water utilities.
Couchbase challenges 10Gen's MongoDB grip on document-oriented applications, adds JSON support to its key value store database.
Why "old-guard" vendors didn't make our list of big data vendors to watch in 2013.
From Amazon to Splunk, here's a look at the big data innovators that are now pushing Hadoop, NoSQL and big data analytics to the next level.
Amazon's new Redshift data warehousing service is billed as a game changer, but the supplier of its underlying database says lots of customers won't go for the cloud service.
SAP performance scorecards help Beantown track initiatives, meet goals and fix potholes faster.
Microsoft's latest Dynamics AX, GP and CRM upgrades pack plenty of new features, but promised cloud, mobile and marketing options have been delayed.
Extract, transform and load processes are the backbone of data warehousing, but with Hadoop on the rise, some see a new way to transform data. Two experts share opposing views.
As cloud vendors Salesforce.com, NetSuite and Workday look toward larger companies, SAP courts small and midsize firms.