IBM is making a major push to try to establish leadership in the broad market for security, compliance, and governance. The company’s latest foray is significant with the acquisition of Q1 Labs. On its own, this is an important acquisition because the company has developed significant intellectual property in security intelligence products in vital areas such as SIEM (Security Information and Event Management), risk management, log management, network behavior analytics and security event management. What is more significant from a customer perspective is the way IBM is going about transforming its approach to the security market. IBM has taken the step...
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PRESS RELEASE: Victory Index Report for Advanced Analytics
BOSTON, Jun 16, 2014 -- Hurwitz & Associates today announced the findings of The Hurwitz Victory Index Report for Advanced Analytics. Designed as a market research assessment tool, The Hurwitz Victory Index highlights the diverse uses for advanced analytics technology and the vendors who make those applications possible. Some current uses of advanced READ FULL PRESS RELEASE