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 May 2014
Salesforce apps will work with Office 365, Windows, Windows Phone. Microsoft keeps using ExactTarget. But don't expect Salesforce apps on Azure.
Salesforce on Azure may sound implausible, but in the wake of a similar deal with Oracle, rumor has it the two companies are talking.
Gartner finds server shipments fell in the first quarter, but conditions are leveling off and Chinese vendors are on the rise.
Salesforce1 Mobile App update features drill-down dashboards, access to SAP data, and support for -- gasp! -- disconnected operation.
Our 2014 Salary Survey shows the typical analytics expert's salary is just keeping up with inflation, even while they're working harder on more diverse teams. What gives?
Salaries for business intelligence and data warehousing pros are stagnating. But big data analytics experts and data scientists are cleaning up, surveys show.
Couchbase Mobile keeps apps running without connectivity, but can the NoSQL vendor win over mobile app developers?
IBM ports yet more software onto its SoftLayer-powered cloud with Concert, Project Catalyst, and OpenPages analytics services.
SAP to add behavioral-targeting company SeeWhy to its cloud services portfolio. Can it match Oracle and Salesforce.com marketing clouds?
Splice Machine promises SQL- and ACID-compliant RDBMS for analytics and transaction processing on a super-scalable, low-cost Hadoop platform.
SAP apps are coming to Azure and BusinessObjects now talks to Microsoft Power BI, but in-memory cloud options for Hana, SQL Server must wait.
Adobe says day-long log-in snafu blocked access to cloud-based home for Flash, Illustrator, Photoshop, and other creative tools.
Hortonworks acquires startup XA Secure and will bring its Hadoop access, authorization, and audit policy layer into open-source.
Adobe announces yet more marketing enhancements, but the bigger battle -- with IBM, Oracle, Salesforce.com, and others -- is for best-integrated customer experience.
Oracle argues mega-judgment against SAP was appropriate in seven-year-old TomorrowNow theft case.
Informatica unveils its Intelligent Data Platform roadmap for clean, secure self-service data, even at big data scale.
IBM looks to outgun Oracle and Salesforce.com marketing clouds with tech and consulting combinations that span the customer life cycle.
DataStax promises real-time analysis for big-data apps on Cassandra through an integration with Databricks' Spark in-memory framework.
Splunk Enterprise gets multisite support, improved visualization. Hunk adds analysis for Accumulo, Cassandra, MongoDB, and Neo4j.
HP ConvergedSystem 300 promises fast deployment of SQL Server 2014 and HDInsight Hadoop.
After an exec shuffle, SAP co-CEO Bill McDermott insists the company's priorities have not changed and it is not backing off on Hana.
Workday Recruiting application steps up cloud competition against Oracle and SAP human capital management suites.
Salesforce consolidates best-of social functionality, adds content marketing and publishing features to ExactTarget Marketing Cloud.
SAP just set its priorities straight. Here's why Vishal Sikka's departure shouldn't worry SAP customers.
SAP executive board member Vishal Sikka unexpectedly resigns, signaling a shift in SAP strategy. What does it mean for Hana platform?
Oracle unveils new Marketing Cloud and "Customer 2 Cloud" plan that lets enterprises convert on-premises investments to the cloud.