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DALLAS, Aug. 21, 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- Amid the proliferation of real time data from sources such as mobile devices, web, social media, sensors, log files and transactional applications, Big Data has found a host of vertical market applications, ranging from fraud detection to R&D. Photo - "Big Data Market: 2014 – 2020 – Opportunities, Challenges, Strategies, Industry Verticals & Forecasts" Key Findings: In 2014 Big Data vendors will pocket nearly $30 Billion from hardware, software and professional services revenues Big Data investments are further expected to grow at a CAGR of nearly 17% over the next 6 years, eventually accounting for $76 Billion by the end of 2020 The market is ripe for acquisitions of pure-play Big Data startups, as competition heats up between IT incumbents Nearly every large scale IT ven... (more)

Infinity Augmented Reality Pioneer in Augmented Technology, in Discussions With Leading Gaming Company for First Augmented Reality Gaming Platform

NEW YORK, NY -- (Marketwired) -- 11/11/13 -- Infinity Augmented Reality, Inc. ("Infinity Augmented Reality" or "Infinity AR") (OTCQB: ALSO), the first augmented reality software platform to connect universally with digital eyewear such as Google Glass and Meta, smart phones and tablets, announced today that it is in collaborative discussions with the leading online gaming company to create an enhanced gaming experience through augmented reality technology. There is phenomenal potential in a company such as Infinity AR, with its extensive experience, innovation and implementation in the augmented reality technology platforms, merging with the explosively growing and profitable online gaming industry. "With the synthesis of Google Glass and Infinity AR technology," says CEO Enon Landenberg," we can offer an online immersive gaming experience never possible before. Th... (more)

Covario Challenges Economics of SEO

Covario announced a new, economics-based solution for managing online presence that challenges the traditional agency model. With its launch of D3 -- Data Driven Decisions for Search Engine Optimization (SEO), Covario has identified an automation-driven solution that dramatically reduces inefficiencies in large scale SEO management programs by automating processes that consume an estimated 30-40 percent of current investment. "Having worked with large advertisers over the past few years, it's become apparent that the current model for managing SEO is fundamentally flawed," said Craig Macdonald, senior vice president and chief marketing officer of Covario. "We don't believe advertisers will move away from agencies in helping them manage SEO, but we do believe that they will move away from agencies that do not use technologies like D3. It is simply impossible to expl... (more)

Kaazing Appoints Wall St Technology Expert as Director of Technology

Kaazing Corporation, a web infrastructure software company that enables customers to deliver fully interactive web applications with real-time information, today announced the appointment of Frank Greco, as its Director of Technology for the Americas. Mr. Greco will be responsible for understanding customer technology requirements, leveraging his experience as an architect for large-scale enterprise applications deployed by financial services firms. "I'm excited to join Kaazing, a company that is creating innovative solutions that enable customers to deliver network-intensive, high-performance web applications containing real-time information," said Greco. "HTTP has served us well for over 15 years, but it's now time for the next wave of on-demand web applications using the latest W3C and IETF standards. The market timing for Kaazing's solutions is absolutely perfe... (more)

More Mainstream Businesses Depend on Open Source

May 22, 2014 If you're an executive that's concerned about the high-cost of proprietary software, you're not alone. If your IT team pushes back whenever Line of Business leaders ask them for feature enhancements that goes beyond the limits of the commercial software packages they've licensed, then you already know that frustration. Are you wondering if there's an alternative to this legacy business technology scenario? Consider Open Source Software (OSS) and follow in the footsteps of the previously enlightened. North Bridge Venture Partners recently announced the results of the eighth annual investigation into OSS trends. The latest market study findings point toward the increased role that OSS solutions have in today's enterprises. "Open source is enjoying a proliferation that starts with a growing number of new developers at the grass roots. Many then go on to join... (more)

Carly Fiorina To Say HP Will Take the Home Media Fight To Intel and Microsoft

SYS-CON Live Coverage of HP - via Google News Hewlett-Packard has no plans to abandon its push into home entertainment, CEO Carly Fiornia will be saying in a keynote address to CES tomorrow. In the past year, HP has followed through with its plans to introduce a number of consumer electronic devices, although analysts question just how successful the initiative has been. HP remains undeterred, planning even more ambitious projects involving both PC and non-PC based hubs. (Photo Copyright SYS-CON Media) Hewlett-Packard and companies like Intel and Microsoft have put their weight behind entertainment systems that meld PCs with media devices such as TVs and cable. Other companies, like AMD, believe consumers do not want their media experience tied to PCs, a view shared by some leading analysts. HP will try to straddle both of these options. HP is developing a nonPC hub ... (more)

Technology Is Back: CES 2005 Was the Turning-Point

2004 was the year that iPod blazed a trail, that Google Inc. went public and watched its stock double from $100 to $200, and that RIM (of Blackberry fame) founder Mike Lazaridis saw his fortune continue to grow. But what of 2005? Has a more widespread bounceback begun? The signs as CES last week would indicate a resounding "Yes!" As everyone who has not been living in a cave for the past 29 years knows, Microsoft is 100% devoted to changing the world - "Most people are still not in the digital realm," said Bill Gates in his opening keynote. But it is far from being the only onion in the stew. An industry-wide technology bounceback has begun. Even Gates himself acknowledged we stand at the threshhold of the post-PC world: "The PC has a central role to play, in that it's where it all comes together - e-mail, instant messaging; if you want to organize your memories in... (more)

Oce Printshop in a Box Program Helps Oce CS6060 Users Accelerate Productivity and Profitability

LAS VEGAS, March 31 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Oce , a leader in large format digital printing solutions, is offering the "Oce Printshop in a Box" program to help users of the Oce CS6060 printer accelerate their productivity and profitability. The Oce Printshop in a Box program includes a guide with business tips and application support, Onyx PosterShop(R) Quick Set CD, media starter kit, customer training, and telephone support for the Oce CS6060 large format color inkjet printer. The Oce CS6060 printer is being demonstrated in Oce booth #5260 at the International Sign Expo in Las Vegas, March 31-April 2, 2005. Oce Printshop in a Box makes it easier for Oce CS6060 printer customers to immediately begin producing high quality prints and get their shops up and running faster. The program includes the following components: Oce CS6060 Business and Application Guide. Thi... (more)

Cisco Patches Flaw Highlighted in Las Vegas Security Conferences

Security officials at Cisco have released a patch to fix the Internet Operating System (IOS) problem that resulted in 'Ciscogate' T-shirts going on sale last week in Las Vegas, after Michael Lynn — who gave a controversial presentation on Cisco security (or, rather, insecurity) at the Black Hat Security Conference — was the subject of a permanent injunction preventing him from using any Cisco code in his possession for further reverse engineering or security research or presenting the same material at the DEF CON hacker convention which followed Black Hat. Lynn, who has an extensive background in embedded systems, including kernel development and whose research interests include signals intelligence, cryptography, VoIP, reverse engineering, "and any protocol designed by committee," had recently been concentrating his research focus on securing critical r... (more)

Sybase TechWave 2005 Conference Review

This year TechWave 2005 took place at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas. For those of you who didn't make it, the following is a recap of the events, with a couple of thoughts and suggestions thrown in. Sunday, August 21 Test Your Sybase Knowledge Gameshow Four TeamSybase members (Millard Brown, Terry Voth, Mike Nicewarner, and myself) do battle against a team of Sybase employees. Each team took turns answering multiple-choice questions off a Jeopardy-style game board. Fifty percent of the questions were related to Sybase engineering and the rest were from other walks of life. There were two rounds with a tiebreaker question just in case. The audience had handhelds and played along. They had a chance to win some cool prizes (30GB iPods, PSPs, and Optic Nerve Sunglasses were up for grabs) at the end of each round (so to the audience it is really two games). Jonathan Baker (... (more)

Ajax And Ruby Do Vegas

Two of the hottest technologies to emerge in the past year, Ajax and Ruby on Rails, took center stage this past weekend at the ServerSide Java Symposium in Las Vegas. In fact, you could say that Ruby and Ajax have officially become an item. Yet, it seems the Ajax and Ruby convergence is more the product of skepticism than romance. There are critics in the Java space who voice reservation about the ability of JavaScript to handle the heavy lifting for scripting Ajax applications, necessitating the emergence of Ruby. Chief among the skeptics is Bruce Tate, an independent software consultant based in Austin, Texas, who argued that Java has become so complex it presents a barrier to programmers trying to start working with it. He proposed Ruby as an easier to learn, programmer-friendly alternative. "I do think Java is in trouble on the low end," he told symposium attendees ... (more)