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July 30, 2020
Big Tech CEOs Avoid the Big Question
Members of Congress grilled four big tech CEOs yesterday. While there were some verbal fireworks and accusations of political bias, the hearing largely failed to address the elephant in the room: the significant competitive advantages tech giants have built using big data and AI. The fearsome fou...
June 10, 2020
WANdisco launches its LiveData Platform for Azure
WANdisco announced the launch of their Live Data Platform for Azure, aimed at data consistency across on-prem and cloud environments. They aim to aim to address five major types of cloud migration to Azure while also facing challenges like data consistency. David Richards, founder, chairman and C...
June 08, 2020
WANdisco plc – Microsoft Azure LiveData Platform Launch
WANdisco, the LiveData company for machine learning and AI, announces the availability of WANdisco LiveData Platform for Azure in limited public preview, a new Azure service offering available exclusively on Microsoft Azure. This launch marks a landmark occasion in WANdisco’s vendor partnership stra...
June 05, 2020
WANdisco, Azure do data migration dance
WANdisco deepens its Microsoft partnership, integrating LiveData as a native service in Azure. Customers can access LiveData through Azure Portal for backup and other uses. WANdisco has integrated its big data migration with the Microsoft Azure cloud. WANdisco LiveData Platform for Azure — in ...
June 05, 2020
Sheffield-based WANdisco secures contract with one of world's largest airlines
Sheffield-based WANdisco has secured a contract with one of the world's largest airlines The major US airline is deploying WANdisco's LiveData Migrator to migrate data from on its premises to the cloud. In a statement, WANdisco said: "WANdisco's technology was the default and sole technology c...
May 16, 2020
Imperial’s programming could go down as the most devastating software mistake of all time
In the history of software mistakes, Mariner 1 was probably the most notorious. The unmanned spacecraft was destroyed seconds after launch from Cape Canaveral in 1962 when it veered dangerously off-course due to a line of dodgy code. But nobody died and the only hits were to Nasa’s budget and pride....