The transaction was funded through cash from Splunk’s balance sheet and it will help its customers to analyse big data in an easier way to gain better insights.
Today's Tech: Facebook gets depressing, Snapchat gets catty and the FBI watches users through peeping Tom webcam malware
The best of today's ITProPortal news, including the PRISM saga from its murky beginnings, starting with Edward Snowden's escape from the USA.
HP aims to simplify cloud, big data with launch of new Converged Systems & Converged Storage products
HP has refreshed its Converged Systems products, with two brand new services announced at its Discover conference in Barcelona. Are these going to be a game-changer?
HP today announced a collaboration with Conservation International, to develop a big data-based "early warning system" to halt species extinction. Could big data analytics save the world?
Snapchat has asked a federal court for a temporary gag order against ousted founder Reggie Brown, who claims he came up with the idea for the "disappearing messages" app.
EU competition commissioner Joaquin Almunia has suggested that Samsung will have to make more allowances in relation to a long-running case accusing it of exploiting the EU patent system
A patent court in Germany has ruled that Microsoft’s use of its FAT patent on Android devices is invalid and it could lose $2 billion annually as a result.
A university degree is no longer sufficient for jobseekers to break into the IT industry, according to research from an IT recruitment site.
"The last few years have established that no one is too big, too powerful, or too well-secured to suffer an attack or leakage," says David Harley, a senior research fellow at ESET.
Today's Tech: New Hudl on the way, Obama defends PRISM, and Microsoft sinkholes the ZeroAccess botnet
The best of today's ITProPortal news, including Microsoft putting paid to one of the world's most notorious botnets, Tesco announcing a new Hudl, and Pivotal opening an office in Tech City
Pivotal Labs today opened a brand new office at the heart of the so-called Tech City, signalling the start of a $100m investment in London's burgeoning technology community over the next 10 years.