Day: June 23, 2020

There’s no native iPad Calculator app, and that won’t change in iPadOS 14

What do the iPhone, Apple Watch, and MacBook range have in common? That’s right! They all have an inbuilt calculator app! And… do you want to know a secret? A mystery, even? There is no native iPad Calculator app.

No word of a lie.

Do you have an iPad? If so, now’s the time to go and try and find the Calculator app. Keep on looking. Go on, try searching for it. Haven’t found it yet? Strange. Could it be there’s… no native iPad Calculator app?

And it doesn’t look like this is going to change with iPadOS 14.

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Rakuten frees itself of Hadoop investment in two years

Based in San Mateo, California, Rakuten Rewards is a shopping rewards company that makes money through affiliate marketing links across the web. In return, members earn reward points every time they make a purchase through a partner retailer and get cash back rewards.

Naturally this drives a lot of user insight data – hundreds of terabytes on active recall with more in cold storage, to be exact.

Also on InfoWorld: Snowflake review: A data warehouse made better in the cloud ]

In 2018 the business started to get serious about giving more users access to this insight – without

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When not to use AIops for cloudops

Artificial intelligence for IT operation platforms, better known as AIops, is an evolving and expanded use of technologies that for the past several years were categorized as IT operations analytics. The growth of AIops has been clear to anyone watching the market, but if you need some statistics, Gartner reports that by 2022, 40 percent of large enterprises will use AIops tools to support or replace monitoring and service desk tasks, up from 5 percent today.

That’s a pretty big jump. However, it’s also an indication that many enterprises may pick AIops tools for the wrong purposes—mistakes that will likely

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Rakuten frees itself of Hadoop investment in two years

Based in San Mateo, California, Rakuten Rewards is a shopping rewards company that makes money through affiliate marketing links across the web. In return, members earn reward points every time they make a purchase through a partner retailer and get cash back rewards.

Naturally this drives a lot of user insight data – hundreds of terabytes on active recall with more in cold storage, to be exact.

Also on InfoWorld: Snowflake review: A data warehouse made better in the cloud ]

In 2018 the business started to get serious about giving more users access to this insight – without

Read More