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New query language could turn log files into business insights

There's gold in them thar hills of log data, Logentries says


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Enterprise tech a no-show at Google I/O

Google for Work and other enterprise tools received nary a mention at Google's developer show. Should IT pros worry?

Computex focus shifts from PCs to wearables, IoT

PC enthusiasts, however, will hear about CPUs, GPUs, Thunderbolt, and other components

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Despite Google Photos’ arrival, Google+ still lives

Far from ringing the death knell of Google+, Google exec says the social network is in a 'renaissance' of new thinking

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SaaS migrations put the squeeze on in-house software developers

The number of software developers in the workforce is up from last year, but jobs in enterprise IT may become harder to find as more companies turn to cloud-based services

Windows takes early lead over Android in Cherry Trail tablet battle

Acer said it will launch a tablet with Cherry Trail later this year

Apple acquires Metaio with a view to augmented reality

The German company has supplied the visual interface technology to retailers and others

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Google Android M focuses on a better user experience

The upcoming version of Google's mobile OS will include simplified app data permissions, fingerprint support, and deeper app linking

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3 no-bull points about Android Pay versus Apple Pay

Google's taking on Apple's mobile payments system with one of its own. Here are the three most crucial things to know about how they stack up

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Not even the FCC can get excited about Charter's buyout of Time Warner Cable

Charter's proposed merger with Time Warner may pass FCC scrutiny, but the outcome for consumers is likely to be less rosy

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Oracle v. Google: We're not screwed yet

Superficially, the Solicitor General's advice to SCOTUS to find against Google and reject its appeal looks like bad news. But there are some substantial straws to grasp

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At Google I/O, the Internet of things gets a new OS

Google is moving deeper into the world of the Internet of Things, announcing a new operating system -- Brillo -- as well as a communications layer at its Google I/O developer conference.

Early OpenStack contributor says cloud project has 'lost its heart'

Joshua McKenty helped start OpenStack, now after leaving his startup company based on the open source IaaS cloud computing project, he says it has "lost its heart."

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Salesforce wants enterprise big-data users to catch its Wave

With Wave for Big Data, Salesforce is determined to keep a foothold in enterprises with growing interests in Hadoop -- assuming existing self-service analytics outfits haven't gotten there first

Salesforce doubles down on big data with new analytics tool

Through a variety of partnerships, Wave for Big Data aims to open new data sources to Salesforce's Analytics Cloud

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Annual WITI summit taps into awareness, frustration over lack of women in IT

Next week's Women in Technology Summit will shine a light on the accomplishments women have made in the industry

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IRS cut its cyber security staff by 11% over four years

But an increase in the IRS' cyber security budget may be signaling a shift to outsourced IT security services

The cost of a data breach jumped 23 percent in two years

The average cost of a data breach has increased to $3.79 million -- not including the lost business that can result

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Apple recovers top 'brand value' spot from Google with $247B assessment

Microsoft climbs to No. 3 on 'aura of optimism,' says research firm in annual ranking

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