Profile of Doug HenschenExecutive Editor, Enterprise Apps
Member Since: 11/15/2013
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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 June 2012
InformationWeek virtual event explores enterprise steps toward deriving valuable insights amid unprecedented data volume, velocity, variety, and complexity.
Websites know which PC, phone, and browser you use. But ad networks and social sites today give marketers more information about you than ever before to better target advertising.
New Oracle Customer Experience (CX) offering melds capabilities from ATG, Endeca, RightNow, and Vitrue, to advance Siebel/Fusion customer relationship management play.
Tennis fans can check out 'SlamTracker' stats, player-movement tracking, via latest IBM supported innovations for Grand Slam tennis events.
Oracle shares fourth quarter financial results earlier than expected, beats expectations, and quells reorganization rumors.
Oracle, SAP, and Salesforce.com in close battle for customer relationship management leadership, says IDC.
Salesforce Summer '12 platform upgrade adds geolocation data, drag-and-drop schema builder, and streaming data for real-time apps.
New multi-tenancy feature in 2.0 version of Hadoop distribution lets Amazon offer MapR as part of its Elastic MapReduce (EMR) service.
Online comments don't fall neatly into like or dislike, so it take nuances to understand them.
People are talking on social networks and web sites about your products and brands. Using software to listen in takes new skills and tactics.
Hortonworks sets itself apart from Cloudera and MapR by sticking with standards-based software and Apache's proven 1.0 code line.
Datameer and Karmasphere say their Hadoop-based platforms are what's needed for the next era of data analysis. Are you buying it?
Oracle CEO Larry Ellison talks like no one else is doing cloud right. Here's the reality on what SAP, Infor, and Microsoft have to offer.
Larry Ellison spotlights 100-plus enterprise applications in the cloud, plays social-media hipster, borrows strategies, floats more FUD.
Looking to stay ahead of Hortonworks and MapR in the Hadoop market, Cloudera delivers high availability, better security, and easier system management.
Salesforce.com plans to use Buddy's social media marketing platform to capture larger share of tech-investment dollars controlled by marketing departments.