IBM is buying Netezza for $1.7B. Why is a company with $191 million in yearly revenue worth $1.7 billion to IBM, which already has products in this space?
The 3-in-1 Breakfast Maker can brew coffee, toad bread and even fry eggs -- all in one space-saving unit.
IBM has developed and private cloud for its own Business Intelligence consumers. Is it one you want to copy?
Taking cue from Google, company's parallel-processing analytical engine and commodity hardware can extract insights from hundreds of terabytes of data.
I spent a half-hour this morning talking with Lance Walter, VP of Marketing for Pentaho, a leading open source Business Intelligence vendor. I wanted to see if Pentaho's experience in the market matches up with what other open source application companie