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New York City-based Collibra brings a "data shopper's" approach to the task of finding and analyzing volumes of data.
Arxan is adding much-needed mobile security management capabilities. Apperian's platform provides granular security and policy controls at the application level.
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Although it hasn't been known for inventing new products, Samsung has built a reputation -- and a multinational presence -- by refashioning conventional products into its own new versions.
UnitedHealthcare is offering a $60,000 prize for developing products that solve challenges in health care and aid people with chronic conditions.
Verizon CEO Lowell McAdam outlined ways health care IT can tackle society's challenges, along with awards of $1 million to do so using the company's technology.
NEWS ANALYSIS: Looking back, the year 2012 wasn’t as bad for the IT industry as it seemed it would be. The predicted Mayan Apocalypse proved to be a chimera for corporate IT as for the rest of the world. But what might be lying in wait for 2013?
Best in Show: Judges SLIDESHOW
Dealmaker Media's twice-yearly Under the Radar conference showcases some promising startup companies, and there's a lot of competition by entrepreneurs to get into it so they can show off their latest ventures. DM's spring event was held April 26 at Microsoft's Silicon Valley campus in Mountain...
Lane says HP can supply the scale if startups and the entrepreneurial community can bring in energy and ideas for new products and services.
These are 32 carefully selected startups that are likely to be serious IT influencers in the months and years to come.
IT HISTORY PERSPECTIVE: At a Churchill Club dinner, former Sun executives Scott McNealy and Ed Zander discuss why the company didn't buy Apple in 1996, the real beginnings of cloud computing and why Linux should never have come into existence.
16 Hot Companies Running Under the Radar SLIDESHOW
As a matter of routine, eWEEK reporters and editors talk to companies and analysts virtually every day. As a result, we often come across a lot of fresh new ideas-or at least new takes-on conventional IT, whether it's in the data center, on your desk or in your pocket. This slide show highlights...