News & Commentary
Content tagged with Big Data posted in July 2008
Cuil Needs To Fix Its Technology Before It Can Get Hot
News  |  7/31/2008  | 
Search engine expert Stephen Arnold believes the surge of interest in Cuil shows there's a huge pent-up demand for an alternative to Google.
Cuil Challenges Google With Privacy
News  |  7/28/2008  | 
Founded by husband-and-wife team Tom Costello and Anna Patterson, Cuil aims to rank the relevancy search results by content analysis rather than by popularity.
Microsoft's Answer To Google's PageRank Algorithm: Less Privacy?
News  |  7/25/2008  | 
BrowseRank, Microsoft claims, can deliver better search results by measuring user behavior, including where users go and the amount of time they remain at those pages.
HP Ties Project Management Into Code's Operational Lifecycle
News  |  7/22/2008  | 
By tying project and portfolio management into existing technology optimization products, HP helps data centers answer difficult questions about what software can be fixed and what should be replaced.
Pressed By Rivals, Google Accelerates Enterprise Search Efforts
News  |  7/17/2008  | 
By combining its Web search technologies with enterprise-specific products, Google hopes to keep up with Microsoft, IBM, and a clutch of innovative startups in the enterprise search arena.
Data Reveals Top Skills Employers Seek On Job Posts
News  |  7/8/2008  | 
Along with IBM and SkillProof, the State of Connecticut's data analysis technology is helping state colleges and universities refine and develop curriculum.
Microsoft Buys Search Start-Up Powerset
News  |  7/1/2008  | 
Under Powerset's hood is decades-in-the-making natural-language processing technology the company licensed from the Palo Alto Research Center, formerly of Xerox.


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