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To make analytics faster and more usable, the Interana team built an analytics engine from the ground up. Here's how they built a data analytics tool for the everyman.
Microsoft Azure offers a number of ways to work with the cloud-based DocumentDB service, including PowerShell, API, and Azure Web interface. See why it's worth trying.
If you're puzzled about how to make sense of all the big data your company stores, semantic web tech and data visualization engines might be the solutions to your problem.
You don't need specialized VBA skills to add intuitive click events that regroup Access reports on the fly. Susan Harkins explains.
SumAll CEO Dane Atkinson talks about a data freshness approach: targeted responses for high conversion, then over time aligning with market changes and staying on top of patterns.
ClearStory, a big data startup, blends internal and external data for better analysis. With data harmonization and collaboration tools, it offers a unique approach to data intellig...
It can be hard to inspect and diagnose UI bugs and issues in your iOS views. Find out how Spark Inspector and other tools can help.
The sky's the limit when it comes to building flashy dynamic charts and graphs. Here are five free tools that will deliver great results.
Anki, a robotics and AI firm, needed a log management and backup solution in time for the holiday season. Sumo Logic exceeded Anki's expectations by handling the data surge on Chri...
Startup Kimono built a browser tool that turns any website into an API without any coding experience. Is this a real business opportunity, or just a hacking experiment?