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Pinup: Qubole – The Growth Of Big Data as a Service

Pinup: Qubole – The Growth Of Big Data as a Service

In late 2013, the growth of ‘Big Data as a Service’ (BDaaS) was being tipped as one of 2014’s standout trends. It was speculated that BDaaS was even the natural replacement of Software as a Service (SaaS) – the SaaS approach to acquiring specialised enterprise applications had proved itself to be a valid technology model,

Pinup: Sproutling – Wearable Technology For Your Baby

Pinup: Sproutling – Wearable Technology For Your Baby

Pinup: Sproutling – Wearable Technology For Your Baby It’s safe to say that everything that could be done in this day and age, is now done. Sproutling, a wearable baby monitor, is one of the latest pieces of wearable technology that the world is absolutely raving about. The Sproutling itself looks just like a FitBit,

Pinup: Cloud Technology Partners – Accelerate Your Cloud Transformation

Pinup: Cloud Technology Partners – Accelerate Your Cloud Transformation

Pinup: Cloud Technology Partners – Accelerate Your Cloud Transformation As we progress into the future, the cloud hype increases day by day. Organizations are not just talking about cloud computing at conferences, seminars, and meetings, but adopting cloud technologies at an exponential rate. Unlike cloud evangelists who propound on the benefits of cloud computing technologies,

Pinup: Alpine Data Labs

Pinup: Alpine Data Labs

Pinup: Alpine Data Labs The amounts of generated structured and multi-structured data are expanding at an extreme pace. Big data which is defined by data volume, variety of data, and velocity of data generation, is considered as an asset for every organization. This data needs to be processed and condensed into more connected forms in

Pinup: Bragi Inches Closer To “One Wearable To Rule Them All” With The Dash

Pinup: Bragi Inches Closer To “One Wearable To Rule Them All” With The Dash

Pinup: Bragi Inches Closer To “One Wearable To Rule Them All” With the Dash Wearable technology has many purposes. Some wearable devices are built to track different health information, such as calories burned, steps taken or your heart rate. Other devices, such as the Google Glass, are designed to augment the world around us, providing