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A showcasing of advanced data-driven, location-based mobile applications at Mobile World Congress aims to validate various vendors’ underlying platforms choices.
SAP is busy re-architecting its lightweight data discovery tool, Lumira, to operate less as a simple data discovery tool and more as a unifying analytical tool for its entire software portfolio, but this effort imposes short-term complexities.
SAS plies its engineering might with Visual Analytics, evolving to meet current market interest in the democratization of data with features targeting self-service analytics, mobility, and multi-channel deployment.
Tableau has strengthened its core value proposition of delivering not just data insights, but the effective communication of those insights with new storytelling tools and a broader mobile play. Yet, pressure from larger rivals remains a challenge.
Through the purchase of Aruba Networks, HP is adding a solid wireless anchor to its substantial portfolio of campus and enterprise networking. The only downside concerns other network vendors who partner with Aruba for their WLAN offerings.
Proofpoint has announced its plan to acquire Emerging Threats with the intent of creating a single solution capable of addressing the entire attack chain, combining threat protection and response with threat intelligence.
Through acquisition and an aggressive internal engineering effort, Qlik has moved beyond its initial role as market disruptor to embrace broader BI concerns surrounding not just discovery, but also reporting, governance, and management.
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