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 April 2013
Cloudera's SQL-on-Hadoop tool hits general release, but will it satisfy demands for faster, easier exploration of big data?
IBM MessageSight appliance connects sensors, mobile devices for machine-to-machine data capture and real-time analysis.
Actian adds a high-scale distributed database to a portfolio that already includes Vectorwise, Ingres, Pervasive and Versant.
Pivotal's ambitious plan promises next-generation cloud computing, big data, application-development and analytics capabilities. Can it succeed?
Infor cranks out new user interfaces and social and cloud options for its enterprise apps to take on SAP, Oracle and Microsoft.
SAP reports 13th consecutive quarter of double-digit growth as core applications lag but sales of Hana, cloud and mobile grow.
Amazon CTO Werner Vogels predicts real-time analysis and "invisible" Hadoop capacity on demand are the future of big data computing.
IBM blames revenue shortfall on sales execution issues, but analysts ask whether the cloud is driving structural changes in IT spending.
Big data project leaders still hunger for some key technology ingredients. Starting with SQL analysis, we examine the top five wants and the people working to solve those problems.
Workday updates of cloud-based HR and finance apps provide new mobile options and more ways to customize deployments.
Teradata announces standard SQL access to Hadoop data, following in the footsteps of IBM, EMC and Cloudera. Hadoop is the winner.
Oracle releases its own in-memory applications in response to SAP's Hana strategy. How do they stack up?
Few big data deployments start really big, so Oracle's new six-node 'Starter Rack' Big Data Appliance stores 216 terabytes and costs $160,000.
As Hewlett-Packard prepares for the second phase of a trial in which it will seek hundreds of millions of dollars in damages, Oracle appeals an earlier ruling.
Oracle Business Intelligence Foundation Suite and Endeca upgrades offer new ways for business users to integrate, visualize and analyze data.
After HP Chairman Ray Lane steps down, fresh Autonomy and Itanium distractions lie ahead. Customers just want strategic clarity.
Acknowledging shareholder unrest, Lane gives up his post "to reduce any distraction from HP's ongoing turnaround."
Analytics trendsetter Think Big uses Pentaho open-source tools to create predictive models using Hadoop and NoSQL databases.
IBM DB2 adds in-memory analysis and compression tricks, while PureData System for Hadoop arrives as an appliance. But will IBM beat other tortoises in the Hadoop race?
Two darlings of the tech sector look to cash in on their positions in hot market segments: marketing automation and analytics.
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