Equinix Offers Private Cloud With A Twist
Highly secure, highly networked Equinix facilities in Secaucus, N.J. and Chicago let enterprise customers install their own server racks, then manage them as private infrastructure-as-a-service operations.
Is Wall Street Losing Its IT Career Luster?
Bonus freezes. Public resignations. Perhaps it's not surprising that Wall Street IT execs are jumping to Silicon Valley start-ups, consulting firms, and technology providers.
BATS Blames Software Bug For Trading Outage
Stock exchange operator BATS Global Markets says "freak one-time event" that interrupted trading of Apple shares on Friday boiled down to an error in an order-matching program.
How To Create A Superior Tablet Banking App
Mobile apps for iPads, Kindle Fires, and other tablets need to be more than just ported-over smartphone apps. Industry leaders reveal what goes into creating an engaging and rich tablet-specific experience.
What's Next For Mobile Payments
Retailers' options for accepting payments via smartphones are all over the map. Smart companies will use them to build loyalty as well as get paid.
SAS Taps Hadoop For Big Data Analytics
SAS users can use new links to draw data from and execute commands within key Apache Hadoop components. But that's just the start of SAS' big data plans.
Hadoop Meets Near Real-Time Data
Sidestepping HDFS and using Informatica's messaging software, MapR says it will be the first to stream data into the big data platform.
15 New Rules For IT To Live By
The old IT rulebook is obsolete, but the new one that accounts for the rise of mobile, social, and analytics hasn't been written. Consider this a first draft, so your revisions are welcome.