EMC pools enterprise smarts to create data ‘lakes’

23 Mar 2015 | Author: | No comments yet »

EMC Federation Announces Federation Business Data Lake.

EMC is pulling assets from its conglomeration of businesses to help customers build data lakes using EMC storage, VMware virtualization and Pivotal big-data smarts. Today the EMC Federation announced a new hardware and software solution that enables businesses to deploy big data at scale, quickly and securely, across the enterprise, the Federation Business Data Lake (FBDL). A new bill to be introduced in Congress on Monday aims to place checks on the collection and possible misuse of student data by tech companies that supply services to schools.

The Student Digital Privacy and Parental Rights Act prohibits companies such as online homework portals or email services from using or disclosing students’ personal information for advertisement purposes, according to The New York Times. Competition Commissioner Margrethe Vestager, who is responsible for making a ruling, will make up her own mind, but the 2012 FTC report, which blasts Google, will help dampen criticism that Europe just wants to tie the hands of successful U.S. companies. Cisco Systems’ SPA 300 and 500 series Internet Protocol (IP) phones for small businesses have an authentication flaw that could allow remote attackers to make unauthorized calls or listen to audio streams from the affected devices. The FBDL is designed for speed, self-service, and scalability for the enterprise, and the ability to apply analytics to Big Data will help companies of all sizes make more informed decisions that could lead to real-time insights, better efficiencies, and new revenue streams.

No patches are currently available, so administrators should put additional safeguards in place to protect the phones, such as strict firewall rules and IP-based access control lists. Much like the cross-federation enterprise cloud solution and the Software-Defined Data Center solution, EMC, Pivotal, and VMware have worked together to eliminate integration barriers for seamless integration and interoperability with top analytics platforms such as SAS and Tableu. Talks between Foxconn and ailing Sharp could resume, with the Chinese contract manufacturer saying over the weekend that it is willing to again negotiate an investment in the Japanese company, the Wall Street Journal reported.

Beleaguered by Indian regulators and bad publicity, Uber Technologies has struck a marketing and distribution deal with the Internet business arm of a powerful Indian media conglomerate, the Times Group. The relationship gives Times Internet an opportunity to play in the market for ride-hailing smartphone apps: It will reportedly invest about $24 million in Uber. These services and programs include: EMC Technology Onboarding Service: For customers who are ready to deploy the FBDL, the EMC Technology Onboarding Service offers full consulting services to install and deploy the solution, optimize the analytics environment and configure and customize data requirements.

Swiss makers have stopped scoffing and are beginning to take a long look at smartwatches, spurred by new competition from Apple to consider adding digital functionality to their venerable watch designs. Education Services: In addition to the service offerings above, EMC offers training and certification to develop fundamental as well as advanced Big Data and Data Science understanding and skills required by business leaders and Big Data practitioners. The Times’s public editor agreed, amending the article on Saturday to note: “Neither epidemiological nor laboratory studies have found reliable evidence of such risks.” In the weekly World Tech Update video roundup, PlayStation launches a live TV streaming service, Nvidia fully reveals the powerful Titan X GPU and Ford powers up 500 robots to make trucks. FCC approved a set of new net neutrality rules, politicians and advocates of all stripes have been furiously spinning their narratives about what the regulations mean for consumers, businesses, and the future of the net.

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