Blogs

Stuff To Do in an Emergency

May 20, 2010 | by Dai Clegg, VP product marketing, Acunu
I’m drafting this as we fly ‘Compact First’ from Johannesburg to Cape Town. Actually it’s a one class plane, but if you want to get the status-conscious sales executive on a one-class plane you tell him it’s ‘Compact First’. But one class or not Kulula Air are pretty classy. Their emergency...

Boston Globe Names Netezza Top 100 Massachusetts Company!

May 20, 2010 | by Jim Baum, Former CEO
It’s a great honor after just two full years as a public company to be recognized in the Boston Globe Top 100 list. Making the list after a most difficult economic downturn is not only something that all of us at Netezza are proud of but it’s a testament to the tremendous support we receive from...

An Innocent Abroad

May 19, 2010 | by Dai Clegg, VP product marketing, Acunu
Monday I flew into South Africa for the first time, just a month too   early to watch the footy. That was bad planning, but the reason I’m  here was to launch the partnership with BITanium – our new partner in the  region. The launch was this morning at a very grand hotel on the  outskirts of...

This Past Year and the One Ahead of Us

May 18, 2010 | by Jim Baum, Former CEO
Our annual reports were mailed out last week. Writing the letter for  the report gave me a good opportunity to reflect on this past year and  the one ahead of us. Fiscal year 2010 was a defining  moment for Netezza. Against a challenging economic backdrop, we  successfully launched the Netezza® ...

Smarter Planet or Smarter Computers?

May 18, 2010 | by Jim Baum, Former CEO
There’s so much happening in the world of analytics, business intelligence, and data management that, as the CEO of one of the more exciting companies in this space, I find it impossible not to comment. You can expect to hear from me on a regular basis as I share my personal views on this rapidly...

Coming Soon to a Blog Near You: nzLabs

May 17, 2010 | by Phil Francisco, VP Product Management & Marketing
"Learning to learn is to know how to navigate in a forest of facts, ideas and theories, a proliferation of constantly changing items of knowledge. Learning to learn is to know what to ignore but at the same time not rejecting innovation and research." – Raymond Queneau (1903-1976), French poet,...

Smarter Is: Adding Structure to an Unstructured World

IBM BigSheets helps organizations extract big value from unstructured data

April 21, 2010 | by Chris Young
IBM BigSheets helps organizations extract big value from unstructured data

Reducing Conversations with DB2 for z/OS: Part 2

More tried-and-true basics and a few new bells and whistles

April 21, 2010 | by Bonnie Baker
More tried-and-true basics and a few new bells and whistles

Building Fast Data Warehouse Schemas: Part 1

Optimize your data warehouse design, starting with the fact tables

April 21, 2010 | by Lester Knutsen
Optimize your data warehouse design, starting with the fact tables

DB2 10 for z/OS

More details emerge about new features that can slash CPU costs

April 21, 2010 | by David Beulke
More details emerge about new features that can slash CPU costs