As industry scrambles to overcome the shortage of developers with Big Data skills, the R statistical programming language is gaining in popularity.
Salesforce.com recently announced Lightning development tools for its Salesforce1 platform with the goal of enabling enterprise staffers with varying technical skills to build mobile apps.
Low-code solution allows effective offline use of data-driven apps.
Enterprise developers and marketers can capitalize on the vast quantities of information the Web giant gathers from its users.
Business stakeholders, designers and developers can keep track of an app's UX throughout a project lifecycle.
Recently a group of so-called "pacesetter" companies surveyed by IBM's Center for Applied Insights reported forming new partnerships with "citizen developers" to bridge skills gaps in their workforce, adding to the mounting evidence of crowdsourcing's traction in the enterprise.
Pivotal Software is capitalizing on last year's acquisition of mobile development firm Xtreme Labs with the recent announcement of Pivotal CF Mobile Services.
Gartner and IDC analysts provide tips on how to succeed in the new mobile world.
Traditional ERP and CRM enterprise software vendor joins archrival Oracle as sponsor of OpenStack Infrastructure-as-a-Service initiative.
The Talend Big Data Sandbox promises "zero to Big Data without coding in under 10 minutes."
Companies emphasize bringing Big Data analytics to iPhone and iPad users.
Research shows VMware, Amazon AWS lead in private, public arenas.
Salesforce Wear Developer Pack provides sample apps for glasses, wristbands, smartwatches and more.
Containers are a lightweight means to develop, ship and run distributed applications on different platforms.
Networking and hardware giant Cisco Systems Inc. this week announced it was investing $1 billion to expand its cloud business by developing an "intercloud" -- a network of clouds.
Continuuity Inc. recently announced it was open sourcing its Loom software used to manage Big Data clusters in the cloud.
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