A recent poll finds that data warehousing is still considered a critical business component, despite its challenges of scalability and cost.
DISA’s big data solution plan promises warfighters ‘unparalleled visibility’ into the DOD Information Network.
Critics are increasingly vocal with their dissatisfaction with the Army’s Distributed Common Ground System and the military’s insistence that soldiers continue to use it.
Argonne National Labs’ Globus offers cloud-based service that manages bandwidth and improves reliability in transferring very large datasets.
Integrating the cyber and physical worlds really is a matter of timing, according to a new report by the National Institute of Standards and Technology.
Carnegie Mellon University will use IBM’s cloud-based smart building analytics software to gauge energy consumption across campus buildings.
Microsoft’s Azure IoT Suite combines the business intelligence capabilities of Power BI using real-time data (Azure Stream Analytics) and Azure Machine Learning capabilities.
CompStat-style programs are responsible for a 5 to 15 percent decrease in crime in cities using the system, according to a recent study by the Brennan Center for Justice.
A researcher at Michigan State University has developed technology that can generate electrical power to buried or implanted sensors.
The new data sharing and analysis web portal aims to speed the development of predictive models and effective therapies for Alzheimer’s disease.
The New York Police Department will use an automated license plate reader database to receive alerts when a stolen vehicle is identified.
San Francisco is acting as anchor to a group of firms mapping real-time building energy usage data as well streaming information from traffic monitors and mobile devices.
Smartvue has been authorized to use Azure Government, which is part of the Microsoft Cloud for Government, for its military and government video surveillance solutions.
The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s Meteorological Assimilation Data Ingest System – which processes, organizes and distributes weather data from tens of thousands of sources – will now be supported by the National Weather Service.