Fujitsu is rolling out an upgraded edition of its Managed Infrastructure Service Managed Mobile solution, powered by Citrix.
BYOD programs have a lot of hidden costs that IT departments often do not consider.
The company said that while servers keep advancing, real-time analysis of big data has remained problematic because the advances made in the server market have not been system-wide.
As the amount of data available for analysis increases and computation times lengthen, it becomes more difficult for an operation to manage updates.
Shelter, a housing charity in the United Kingdom, is modernizing its IT systems with the help of Fujitsu, reports Sophie Curtis at TechWorld. The project aims not only to improve the efficiency and cost-effectiveness of the organization's stores, but also to provide a boost to its homelessness support services.
The Cloud Security Alliance announced today it will present its new research agenda and release 20 research and guidance reports at its annual CSA Congress in Orlando this November. The release will include the first report from the newly formed Big Data Working Group.
Big data tools have been around for quite some time, so there are vendors out there who have a good deal of experience at getting the job done. However, there is also a strong and growing crop of smaller vendors who are worthy of consideration too. A recent report by Wikibon found that only 5 percent of the current field is made up of pure plays, or those who only supply big data tools. The remaining 95 percent of the market, as defined by revenue, are the usual big players in enterprise tech--the mega vendors such as IBM, Intel, HP, Oracle, Teradata and Fujitsu.
To help farmers in Japan better manage its crops and expenses, Fujitsu is rolling out a cloud-based platform that collects information from a network of cameras and sensors across the country.
HANOVER, Germany--Intel, intent on showing that the company can compete in the super-thin notebook market, has joined with several vendors to launch new ultrabooks at CeBIT. These ultra-slim new
More and more organizations are doling out iPads to eager users, but Charlottesville City Schools in Virginia said no to the Apple (NASDAQ: AAPL) tablet out of concerns about security and durability,