China’s Regulators May Ban Data-Heavy Companies From US IPOs

China’s regulators may look to ban data-heavy companies from pursing IPOs in the US.

Keystrokes and Mouse Clicks: Amazon’s Plan to Monitor Customer Service Staff

Amazon is rolling out a sweeping monitoring program, with the goal of tracking the keystrokes and mouse clicks of its customer service staff.

Snowflake CEO: Once You Get To The Cloud The Lid Is Off

Once you get to the cloud all of a sudden the lid is off says Snowflake CEO Frank Slootman. People can just pursue their backlogs and whatever they can imagine.

What Is Industry 4.0 and How Will it Affect Us?

The Fourth Industrial Revolution will lay improvements across 3 new sectors: smart communication, data quality, and smart devices.

Splunk CEO: Every Company Needs A Data Czar

Doug Merritt, CEO of Splunk, discusses how big data has spurred the need for every enterprise company is ultimately going to need a Data Czar.

GM Announces Electric and 5G Connected Vehicle Roadmap For China

At Tech Day, China’s version of GM’s EV Day, GM has announced major advancements coming to its vehicles in China.

Senators Will Introduce Coronavirus Data Privacy Bill

A group of senators will introduce legislation to help protect consumer privacy as companies focus on using data to help combat COVID-19.

Verizon Using Vespa to Help Fight the Pandemic

Verizon Media (formerly Yahoo) has announced it is using its open source, big data serving engine to combat the coronavirus.

Microsoft and BlackRock Partner to Host Aladdin on Azure

Microsoft has announced a big win for its Azure cloud platform: a deal to host BlackRock’s Aladdin infrastructure on Azure.

China Using Big Data and AI to Fight Coronavirus

In an effort to get ahead of the corona virus, China is turning to big data and artificial intelligence to help identify those infected. According to the International Business Times (IBT), “several Chinese tech firms have developed apps to help…