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Bloor IM Blog - Blog Archive for June (2011)

There were 4 blog postings during June (2011):


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Natalie Newman, Bloor Research | 3rd June '11
Interviewed on Radio 4, Lt General Harry Raduege, who chairs the Deloitte Centre for Cyber Innovation in Washington DC, spoke about the need to Geolocate the source of cyber attacks. This is probably the first time I have heard this term used...
 
Philip Howard, Bloor Research | 16th June '11
CXAIR from Connexica (which was previously Ardentia Search) is a BI tool specifically designed to support queries that span both structured and unstructured data, though it can equally well handle either one or the other on its own. It uses indexing...
 
Philip Howard, Bloor Research | 29th June '11
Often when you see this sort of heading you expect to read something like long live the EDW later in the piece. Not this time. The EDW (enterprise data warehouse) is dead. Period. Like a dodo. Like Monty Python's parrot. This came up last week at...
 
Philip Howard, Bloor Research | 29th June '11
The market around Hadoop has historically been very gentlemanly. In most cases when open source products become popular you end up with multiple competing distributions. Look at Linux for example. However, that has not, until recently, been the case...

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