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Our economy and unemployment rate seem to be in a constant state of flux. But one of the most promising jobs in one of the strongest sectors is that of the data scientist, applicable to the tech industry and just about every other market. But as far as the enterprise goes, where does the data scientist fit in? In the second episode of our Big Data Deep Dive series, a joint production of EMC TV and theCube, Richard Schlesinger invited SiliconAngle founding CEO John Furrier and Wikibon CTO Dave Vellante to talk about the role of the data scientist in... more »
In today’s mobile news roundup: Samsung building iWatch competitor; Leaked LG Nexus 5 images; LG may sue Samsung for Eye Tracking feature; Nokia wins patent infringement case against HTC; AT&T’s new bank breaking shared plans; and T-Mobile’s March 26 event. Samsung building iWatch competitor If Apple is in fact being secretive regarding the iWatch, Samsung is using this to its advantage. A Samsung executive announced that a smart wristwatch has long been in the works. “We’ve been preparing the watch product for so long,” Lee Young Hee, executive vice president of Samsung’s mobile business, said in an interview with Bloomberg. “We are working... more »
Yesterday Splunk unveiled a new connector that provides real-time integration between its flagship analytics platform and traditional database systems from major vendors. DB Connect offers the user a convenient means to feed structured data directly into Splunk Enterprise, a big time and money saver for enterprise clients that store a sizable chunk of their information in relational environments. “Splunk DB Connect simplifies everything about how we integrate machine data with data from our relational databases,” said Tracy Dalzell, senior project manager for Boardreader, a search engine operator that leverages Splunk’s BI software. “We used to look at yesterday’s data. Now we can... more »
Sanbolic, a veteran data management specialist, launched the fifth release of its Melio storage framework this week. Melio5 delivers data center services through a distributed, high-availability abstraction layer that automates the management of commodity hardware. The platform takes care of the plumbing in heterogeneous environments that include both SSD and disk-based components. The system eliminates the need for redundant flash caching in front of legacy storage by directly incorporating flash into hybrid volumes, and distributes data based on access frequency profiles to make things even more efficient. Melio5 provides RAID, remote replication, quality of Service, snapshots and other capabilities on top... more »
The Lenovo ThinkPad T431 is the redesigned version of the ThinkPad T430. It's lighter and thinner, and has a redesigned touchpad and a slimmer LCD bezel. The touchpad is now bigger but the buttons for clicking or selecting are now gone. Not to worry though, users just have to click on certain areas of the touchpad to achieve the same tasks, plus the red tracker button is still present for precision navigation. The larger touchpad is also beneficial for people who want to transition from Windows 7 to Windows 8, which is better optimized for touch gestures. The Lenovo ThinkPad T431 is... more »
Right now Pinfluencer is in "startup Utopia," according to founder and CEO Sharad Verma. But that paradise could be facing storm clouds now that Pinterest is encroaching on its territory. Just days after Pinterest announces its own analytics suite, Pinfluencer, a startup that helps marketers promote their brands on Pinterest, drops the "pin" reference from its name altogether. The data-driven metrics provider officially rebranded as Piqora this morning, and also introduced a new offering called Gallery, an “automated visual feed” of social activity that is available for both Pinterest and Facebook. Though Verma insists that the name change isn't a departure from... more »
Software-led infrastructure is something we follow closely at SiliconAngle, given software's importance in the data center for smarter, more efficient processes and cost savings. While this concept grows in popularity, the term is less than buzzworthy. But EMC may have changed the software's not-so-sexy stigma on Wall Street with last week's financial analyst meeting and launch of Pivotal, a joint initiative with subsidiary VMware. Pivotal is a breakthrough concept that combines assets from EMC and VMware with the goal of building the big data platform for developers. Business model-wise, the initiative represents a bold move to compete with other big data... more »
SMART Technologies, makers of the innovative SMART Board system which made white boards interactive, announces the SMART Room System. The SMART Room was introduced today at Enterprise Connect. I talked with Mike Piha the founder and CEO of In2Change, Silicon Valley's leading enterprise office designer about the innovation from SMART. “This is a “Game-Changer” in the UC&C industry. ... it will provide efficient, fast and seamless voice, data and video collaboration to meetings, our Silicon Valley customers have been waiting for this solution for years!” In2change have been designing and furnishing offices in Silicon Valley for years and according to Piha the modernization... more »
A reclusive and secretive state--North Korea, where virtually no one is being allowed on the interwebs, is blaming the United States for a massive cyber attack has taken the country offline over the past two days. For this so-called cyber attack, North Korea is warning that the US and its allies “should be held wholly accountable.” Looks like there are more funny stories coming for HackAngle here! The accusation has been filed by North Korea’s Central News Agency (KCNA) that called this incident “very disturbing developments” and “despicable and base acts”. “Intensive and persistent virus attacks are being made every day on... more »
Just how weird, rather hilarious it sounds when an antivirus software became a victim of virus vulnerability. Of course, on the other hand...in a similar incident, we heard that the US National vulnerability database got hacked due to some software vulnerability. How ironic! On March 13, National Institute of Standards and Technology's National Vulnerability Database's (NVD) public-facing website and other services was taken offline due to a malware infection on two web servers. The vulnerability was detected when Gail Porter of NIST's public inquiries office informed a concerned chief security officer in an email, “On Friday March 8, a NIST firewall detected... more »