How Microsoft is Protecting the Privacy of its Customers from the NSA
Data Management
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Data Management
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How Microsoft is Protecting the Privacy of its Customers from the NSA

philcohen4 - March 11, 2014

Over the past year, the spotlight has been on the NSA and its spying techniques. It seems like we're getting…

Big Data
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NYPD and Microsoft Create a Next Generation Law Enforcement Big Data Solution

AlexOlesker - August 11, 2012

With an emphasis on surveillance, evidence, and reporting, law enforcement is an extremely data-intensive field and the New York City…

Social Data
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Microsoft Buys Enterprise Social Network Vendor Yammer for $1.2B

mfauscette - June 25, 2012

The much anticipated and highly rumored announcement finally hit the wires today. One of the biggest questions was where would…

Business Intelligence
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Are BI Appliances Simply 30 Year Old Databases?

sisense - May 4, 2011

In a thought-provoking blog post published by WIT, a business intelligence consulting company in the (more…)

Business Intelligence
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Microsoft CIO Tony Scott talks about BI

SDC Editor - September 29, 2010

Business Intelligence is top of mind for Microsoft Corporate Vice President and CIO, Tony Scott. Watch as Bruno Aziza gets…

Data Mining
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The World is Addicted to Data (and that’s good for us)

SteveSarsfield - December 21, 2009

In the famous book “The Transparent Society,” we are asked to consider some of the privacy ills we will be…

Uncategorized
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Microsoft’s Dallas Copies BusinessObjects Information OnDemand

Timo Elliott - December 1, 2009

Just over two years ago, BusinessObjects launched Information OnDemand, an online store allowing you to buy information from premium providers…

Data Mining
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Blogging from Istanbul

TeradataExperts - October 19, 2009

I just got back from Istanbul where I had the pleasure of participating in the the ETIS Community gathering entitled…

Uncategorized
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Man and superman

ChrisDixon - October 10, 2009

There are two broad philosophical approaches to explaining the forces that drive world events. The first one is sometimes called…

Data Mining
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Is Twitter Planning To Monetize The Firehose?

Daniel Tunkelang - October 8, 2009

A few months ago, I wrote in “The Twouble with Twitter Search“: But the trickle that Twitter returns is hardly…