Search Results: Jason Stamper's Blog
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MapR eyes IPO as Big Data takes off

Hadoop platform player says it's almost ready

Open Source

Published 10 September 2013

Facebook builds a home on Android: expert reaction

Social networking site has 'out-Googled Google'

Social

Published 05 April 2013

Analyst firm Ovum says CES is 'increasingly dated'

Focus on hardware rather than software and services means it misses real innovation

Operating Systems

Published 14 January 2013

Q&A: Unlocking the power of Big Data

Jason Stamper talks to NTT DATA's Heather Moore, head of UK, and Jonathan Birch, head of infrastructure for EMEA. Up for discussion is what the IT...

Cloud Platform

Published 14 November 2012

Sybase CEO finally leaves SAP

Former Sybase chief credited with turning the firm around says he has successfully integrated Sybase into SAP

Middleware

Published 31 October 2012

BT says official London2012.com website "will cope"

Insists it won't be a source of embarrassment

Analytics

Published 25 July 2012

Organisations struggling with data: report

Big data is a big challenge and it's costing companies hard cash, Oracle study suggests

Enterprise Applications

Published 23 July 2012

Progress Software's annus horribilis

Firm cans 10 products and lays off 10% of staff

App Dev and SOA

Published 03 May 2012

It's David versus Goliath as the CEO of TweetDeck takes on... Steve Jobs

"Twitter client" CEO calls father of Mac, iPhone, iPad a big fat liar, while Jobs makes more muddled arguments about rumours his own firm loves to...

Published 19 October 2010

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