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Quips: What the Google Motorola – Lenovo Deal Is Really About

Google Enters China Via Lenovo While Counter Balancing Samsung On January 29th, 2014, Mountain View based Google announced it would sell it’s Motorola Mobility unit to Chinese based Lenovo for $2.91 in cash and stock.  The deal cuts across many spectrum including mobile OS, computing wars, and search.  Here’s 12 talking points: Source: Not sure, […]

Posted by R "Ray" Wang on February 7, 2014

Monday's Musings: Beyond The Three V's of Big Data – Viscosity and Virality

Revisiting the Three V’s of Big Data It’s time to revisit that original post from July 4th, 2011 post on the the Three V’s of big data.  Here’s the recap: Traditionally, big data describes data that’s too large for existing systems to process.  Over the past three years, experts and gurus in the space have […]

Posted by R "Ray" Wang on February 27, 2012

Monday's Musings: The Three V's of Big Data

The Three V’s Traditionally Define Big Data Traditionally, big data describes data that’s too large for existing systems to process.  Over the past three years, experts and gurus in the space have added additional characteristics to define big data.   As big data enters the mainstream language, it’s time to revisit the definition. Volume. This […]

Posted by R "Ray" Wang on July 4, 2011

Product Review: Epicor 9 Delivers Next Generation Apps Capabilities Today

Epicor Succeeds On Delivering A Converged Product Line Epicor’s latest release, Epicor 9, provides a proof point that an acquisition intensive vendor can keep their promises to both acquire and deliver on innovation.  Under the themes of “Protect, Extend, and Converge”, the Irvine, CA based mid-market software provider committed to its customers to support prior […]

Posted by R "Ray" Wang on October 24, 2009