Profile of Doug HenschenExecutive Editor, Enterprise Apps
Member Since: 11/15/2013
News & Commentary Posts: 1717
Doug Henschen is Executive Editor of InformationWeek, where he covers the intersection of enterprise applications with information management, business intelligence, big data and analytics. He previously served as editor in chief of Intelligent Enterprise, editor in chief of Transform Magazine, and Executive Editor at DM News. He has covered IT and data-driven marketing for more than 15 years.
Articles by Doug Henschen
posted in February 2014
IBM cuts workers even as it hires for cloud computing and Watson initiatives.
Workday wraps up fiscal 2014 with 71% gain, buys HR-oriented predictive analytics company.
Apache Cassandra vendor DataStax joins Microsoft, Oracle, and others adding in-memory features to their database management systems.
Tableau and QlikTech move up. See who moves down in Gartner's ranking of business intelligence vendors.
Dell boosts its services and consulting business through a partnership with cloud ERP vendor NetSuite.
IBM's planned Cloudant buy will advance cloud-based database services, but can the underlying database compete against Amazon DynamoDB, MongoDB, Couchbase, and DataStax?
Netflix pays cable provider for fast, reliable service. Consumer advocates fear it's the first of many deals to come.
Are you about to choose a big data platform? Remember that SQL is not the best use of Hadoop.
We analyze the important news from SAS, Hortonworks, MetaScale, and others at the Strata conference, as big data seeks a productive next chapter.
MapR's release of Hadoop 2.2 with YARN supports HP's popular, high-scale analytical database as a SQL-On-Hadoop option.
Microsoft takes a new stab at broad data access and self-service business intelligence through Office 365 and Excel.
Larry Ellison's Oracle human capital management keynote leads to questions about IBM, SAP, video games, and island real estate.
Salesforce.com has learned a lot of lessons from the social network, and it shows in its enterprise applications.
Adding historical analysis to its bag of tricks, MemSQL takes on real-time contenders from SAP Hana to VoltDB.
SAP tells financial analysts cloud growth will make it the fastest-growing mega-cap company in IT.
Frost & Sullivan urges big data neophytes to get professional guidance in order to avoid three common deployment mistakes.
Cloudera repackages its software and services to compete with IBM, Teradata, and Hadoop rivals Hortonworks and MapR.
During the past two years, Hadoop hit the big time, in-memory arrived, and practitioners saw data analysis deliver real results.