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The State of Graph Databases – Worldwide Adoption and Use Case Characteristics

A new paper, “The State of Graph Databases – Worldwide Adoption and Use Case Characteristics,” provides an overview of graph technology, details the results of a new IBM survey—and highlights findings that debunk some of the most popularly held views about graph technology.

WhereScape Announces Cloud Data Warehouse Automation for Snowflake

WhereScape, a leading provider of data infrastructure automation software, announced WhereScape automation for Snowflake, an offering designed to help IT organizations speed up the delivery of cloud-based data infrastructure projects.

AI vs. Human SEO: How to Keep the Balance?

In this contributed article, Areg Vardanyan, the founder and COO of AYYO Marketing, examines the intersection of artificial intelligence (AI) and search engine optimization (SEO) and how the optimal solution may be a combination of human and machine efforts.

Reveal Mobile Awarded Patent for Locating Mobile Devices and Building Profile Databases Using Beacon Proximity Activity

Reveal Mobile, a leading innovator in monetizing location-based audience data, announced it has been issued a U.S. patent for a groundbreaking technology that determines the specific location of a mobile device via beacon proximity activity while also predicting where the device is likely to appear next.

IBM Just Made a Huge Advancement in Media Technology

In this contributed article, technology writer and blogger Kayla Matthews takes a quick tour of big data storage technology offerings in light of the new announcement by IBM and Sony that just broke the world record for most gigabits per square inch on magnetic tape. The new record is 201 gigabits — 20 times more than what fits on current commercial tape drives.

Crimson Hexagon Unveils Image Analysis Beyond Logo Identification for Deepest Consumer Insight through Social Data

Crimson Hexagon, a leading provider of consumer insights from social data to inform strategic enterprise decision-making, released its proprietary image analysis capabilities, developed in-house, to help brands and agencies unlock insights within photo data. By applying Crimson Hexagon’s analytics engine to images to recognize scenes, objects, actions, faces and logos, brands learn who, how and where consumers engage with their products.

Artificial Intelligence Should Not Be Left Unsupervised

In this contributed article, Anas Baig is a Cyber Security Journalist & Tech Reporter, takes a high-level look at the many benefits of AI, and why AI should remain supervised. The benefits of AI cannot be denied, as it has unfathomable potential. But just like everything else, there is a cost associated to adopting said technology.

Looker Continues Innovating With Release Of Dozens Of New Features

Looker, a leading data platform company, has introduced a slew of new features as part of the company’s recent, monthly major upgrades. Innovations include industry-leading Smart Caching, Advanced Time Zone Control, Personalized Scheduling, as well as brand new Timeline and Funnel Visualizations. These features are just four of the 60 new features, improvements, and updates Looker has recently released to its customers.

A Wave of Abundance from Big Ocean Data

In this contributed article, Matthew Mulrennan, Director of the Ocean Initiative at XPRIZE, and Dr. Jyotika Virmani, Senior Director for Planet & Environment at XPRIZE and prize lead for the Shell Ocean Discovery XPRIZE, explain how advancing big data collection in ocean science can improve the business of conservation and protection of our underwater resources and provide early warnings for water quality risks to human health and in lead to new underwater discoveries.

DriveScale Expands Software Composable Infrastructure Platform to Securely Manage Modern Application Workloads

DriveScale, the leader in delivering Software Composable Infrastructure (SCI) for modern workloads, announced a new release of the DriveScale System. The latest enhancements include support for encryption of data at rest and in transit, along with support for data disposition and shredding. The new release provides enterprises with the security features they need to ensure their customer, personnel or other sensitive information is protected and safe from unauthorized viewing.