Katherine Noyes

Senior U.S. Correspondent

Katherine Noyes has been an ardent geek ever since she first conquered Pyramid of Doom on an ancient TRS-80. Today she covers enterprise software in all its forms, with an emphasis on cloud computing, big data, analytics and artificial intelligence.

It's (not) elementary: How Watson works

OpenStack Newton serves up a heaping helping of scalability

OpenStack Newton serves up a heaping helping of scalability

The next release of OpenStack made its debut on Thursday with a raft of new features for better scalability and resiliency.

Why being a data scientist 'feels like being a magician'

Why being a data scientist 'feels like being a magician'

What is it like to be a data scientist? Here's what three people currently on the front lines had to say

Meet Apache Spot, a new open source project for cybersecurity

Meet Apache Spot, a new open source project for cybersecurity

The effort taps big data analytics and machine learning for advanced threat detection

IBM promises a one-stop analytics shop with AI-powered big data platform

IBM promises a one-stop analytics shop with AI-powered big data platform

The new Project DataWorks can ingest data faster than any other data platform, IBM said

5 tech trends that have Turing Award winners worried

5 tech trends that have Turing Award winners worried

'Technology by itself is not evil, but people can use it for bad things,' one award winner said

Vint Cerf's dream do-over: 2 ways he'd make the internet different

Vint Cerf's dream do-over: 2 ways he'd make the internet different

'I doubt I could have gotten away with either one,' says the father of the internet

SAP woos small business developers with Express edition of Hana

SAP woos small business developers with Express edition of Hana

The free download can be used to build apps on a laptop or desktop PC

Salesforce is betting its Einstein AI will make CRM better

Salesforce is betting its Einstein AI will make CRM better

Machine learning, predictive analytics, and natural language processing are coming to all of Salesforce's clouds

New programming language promises a 4X speed boost on big data

New programming language promises a 4X speed boost on big data

The Milk language from MIT offers better memory management for large, scattered sets of data

Meet Flock, a Slack rival that claims big productivity gains

Meet Flock, a Slack rival that claims big productivity gains

A 'magic search' feature automatically displays important groups and contacts without any need for typing

HPE offloads software arm to Micro Focus

HPE offloads software arm to Micro Focus

What's left at HPE is focused squarely on the hybrid and private cloud

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