Esri’s Jack Dangermond on Marrying Maps with Big Data Analytics

by   |    February 14, 2013

When Jack Dangermond started Esri in 1969, he was among a relative handful of people pursuing a career in geographic information systems who thought computer-generated maps were cool. Now, with the kudzu-like spread of maps in smartphone apps and Web Read More…









Data Warehousing Wafts Further into the Cloud

by   |    January 25, 2013

Companies have been able to run data analytics applications in the cloud for some time, either by leasing dedicated space or using a utility-style rental model on shared equipment. Now, Internet companies and startups are building data warehousing offerings designed from the ground up to run on the cloud. Read More…