GoodData raises $22M in series D funding round

written by dealmaker on June 14, 2013 in Big Data and Funding and Under The Radar with no comments

Congratulations to UTR Alumni GoodData on raising $22M from TOVTS, Latin America’s largest enterprise software company! GoodData came to UTR for the first time in 2010 and returned in 2011 as a Graduate Circle company. TOTVS executive VP of strategy and finance Read the Rest…


Future of Cloud Computing at GigaOM’s Structure Conference

written by dealmaker on June 4, 2013 in Big Data and Cloud and Guest Blog and Partner Events with no comments

Structure • June 19 & 20, 2013 • San Francisco FROM CLOUD TO CLEAR STRATEGY – Structure is GigaOM’s flagship conference that examines the future of cloud computing and internet infrastructure. For six years GigaOM has brought together some of Read the Rest…


Under the Radar 2013 Winners Announced

written by bethburgee on May 24, 2013 in Big Data and Cloud and Mobile and Startups and Under The Radar with no comments

The votes are in! Over 23 cutting-edge technologies aimed to disrupt the enterprise presented on-stage today at Under the Radar. With it was an on-stage partnership announcement, a company name-change, Cormac’s Keynote, the insightful panel discussions or the technologies that Read the Rest…


Continuuity Presents at Under the Radar

written by bethburgee on May 23, 2013 in Big Data and Startups and Under The Radar with no comments

Launched 2012, Palo Alto, CA Twitter: @continuuity Website: http://www.continuuity.com/ Category: Big Data In case you missed it, here is their company profile: Company Description: Continuuity delivers the industry’s first Big Data application fabric, fueling the next generation of Big Data applications Read the Rest…


The Future of Data: Big and Small

written by bethburgee on May 21, 2013 in Big Data and Startups and Under The Radar with no comments

This is a guest blog post by Bruno Aziza, VP of Marketing at SiSense. This week at Under The Radar we [SiSense] will be talking about 3 key concepts that have an impact on how businesses adopt big data analytics: Read the Rest…


Using Big Data to Solve Your Tech Talent Problem

written by bethburgee on May 21, 2013 in Big Data and Startups and Under The Radar with no comments

This is a guest blog post by Jon Bischke, Founder of Entelo. Follow him at @jonbischke From Silicon Alley to Silicon Valley, everyone’s battling for tech talent. For every Groupon, Pinterest, Dropbox, and SurveyMonkey there are plenty of startups with less familiar Read the Rest…


Not just for data scientists: 4 strategies for getting your analytics practice off the ground

written by bethburgee on May 3, 2013 in Big Data and Guest Blog and Under The Radar with one Comment

This is a guest blog post by Michelle Wetzler. Follow her at @michellewetzler Keen IO is bringing cutting-edge data analytics technology to companies around the world. In doing so, we’ve talked to hundreds of companies about their analytics projects and pain points. Read the Rest…


The world’s smartest scientists are finding homes in big data tech

written by bethburgee on May 1, 2013 in Big Data with no comments

This article is written by Aaron Endré – our Writer in Residence. Follow him at @aaronendre The question we all secretly want to ask when we hear of exceptionally smart data scientists analyzing user behavior to tell companies which ads to Read the Rest…


Can the enterprise be as tech-savvy as Star Trek?

written by bethburgee on March 22, 2013 in Big Data and Industry Trends and Mobile and Startups and Under The Radar with no comments

Jean Luc Picard was the full embodiment of what the modern-day enterprise is growing up to be: smart, savvy, ahead of the curve and prepared to battle even the most curmudgeonly villans who hack into their view screen. The Starship Enterprise was every Read the Rest…


What do Target, BofA and Virgin America have in Common?

written by dealmaker on March 6, 2013 in Big Data and Cloud and Industry Trends and Mobile and Startups and Under The Radar with no comments

Well – for starters, they all have some sort of value-proposition to the consumer, all deal with vast amounts of data, all handle private information and probably all have some sort of issue with their enterprise being revolutionized with cloud, Read the Rest…