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Salesforce.com Goes for Social Big Data with Radian6 Updates

Salesforce.com is moving beyond listening to social talk to understand what is being said.  Salesforce.com has updated its Radian6 social media monitoring software with the introduction of Insights, expanding analysis beyond sentiment to include intent, demographics and online influence.   The updates will help companies deal with the deluge of data from social networks such as Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn as ... Read More »

Connotate and Systech Partner to Leverage Web Data for Business Intelligence

Connotate Will Enable Systech to Apply Its Proven Methodology to Create Valuable Data Sets From Sources Outside the Firewall Connotate announced it is partnering with Systech Solutions, Inc., a leading provider of business intelligence, to develop new best practices at the intersection of Big Data and digital strategy. With over 100 clients in key industry sectors, Systech has extended its ... Read More »

Connotate on the Growth Path – Opens office in the UK

A Leading Provider of Data Monitoring and Collection Solutions Initiates Strategic Expansion Connotate, Inc. announced record growth in second quarter 2012 revenues, with bookings increasing by more than 40 percent compared to the first quarter 2012. This marks the second consecutive quarter of record growth for the company.  As a privately-held, venture-backed software firm, Connotate does not release specific revenue ... Read More »

Connotate and Digital Reasoning in Partnership to Mine Intelligence from Social Media

Connotate, Inc., the leading provider of solutions that help organizations monitor and collect data and content from the Web, today announced that it has partnered with Digital Reasoning™, the leader in unstructured data analytics at scale, to provide government agencies with a simple solution to create actionable intelligence from fact-based analysis of social media’s Big Data.  To continue reading, please ... Read More »

BIG Data: HG Data Tracks the Relationships Between Businesses Themselves – For BIIA Members –

Meet HG Data:  A company which says “We’re Data Scientists”. At HG Data’s lab in California, our data scientists are pioneering surprising new ways to procure, extract and apply data.  We love the astounded look on our customer’s face upon first seeing what we (and our databases) can deliver. We launched our first company, NOZA, in 2005.  That’s where we ... Read More »

HG Data Company Wins Innovation Honor at “Big Data” Industry Event

HG Data Company, a technology startup transforming the business intelligence industry, has been honored as one of the three most innovative “big data” startups at the Data 2.0 Summit in San Francisco. “While LinkedIn maps the relationships between people in business, HG Data maps the relationships between the actual businesses,” said Craig Harris, Founder and CEO of HG Data. “Our ... Read More »

BIG Data, Workflow, Analytics: The Lost Chord and Killer Whales

BIIA Chairman David Worlock observes in his latest blog that as the information services market starts to get its thinking right about the influence of Big Data and the current obsession with workflow, one should begin to think that we will need to revise our whole approach to collaborative working in marketplaces.  At the moment we are playing all the ... Read More »

New IBM Software Accelerates Decision Making in the Era of Big Data

IBM announced new software to provide clients with a sophisticated way to tame the data deluge and speed up business processes, making it easier for decision makers to gain insights from data.   Based on innovations from IBM labs, the new software continuously accesses, compresses, and analyzes data, freeing up IT staff to work on higher value tasks such as big ... Read More »

BIG Data: Six of the Best

So the UK government has decided to monitor every tweet and every email and every social network connection, all in the good cause of the greater security of the citizen. While I am up to my eyes in articles defending the civil liberties of the citizen (at least some of whom are more afraid of the police than the terrorists) ... Read More »