Originally posted on Information-Age.com It is often said that time and tide stand still for no one. The same can be said for the world of enterprise IT – with new technologies constantly disrupting the comfort levels of even the… Learn More »

Originally published for Silicon Angle Goldman Sachs recently posited that the Internet of Things, the so-called “Third Wave of the Internet,” will “transform the way we live and work” as it opens up “a host of new opportunities and challenges for companies,… Learn More »

Reposted with permission by Brian Underwood – brian-underwood.blogs Joining multiple disparate data-sources, commonly dubbed Master Data Management (MDM), is usually not a fun exercise. I would like to show you how to use a graph database (Neo4j) and an interesting… Learn More »

Originally posted on Mark Needham’s Blog Over the last few weeks I’ve been using various NLP libraries to derive topics for my corpus of How I met your mother episodes without success and was therefore enthused to see the release… Learn More »

Written by Chris Grigg, originally posted on the Neo4j.rb Blog Query or QueryProxy? One of the most crucial pieces of Neo4j.rb is Neo4j::ActiveNode::Query::QueryProxy, but it may be the area of the gem that is the least spelled out in our… Learn More »

Written by Antonio Andrea Gentile The task of finding the right employee among active personnel for a vacant position is difficult for organizations of all sizes. In large businesses, the Human Resources department does not know everyone in the company and… Learn More »

2014 was quite the year for Neo4j, and it looks like 2015 is shaping up to be even better. Thanks to everyone who contributed to our community in January, helping to kick off 2015 with a bang. Below are just a few… Learn More »

Originally Posted on Medium Take 5 minutes. Ask yourself the four questions listed below. Answer ‘yes’ to at least one of them, and you might want to consider looking into graph databases like Neo4j. While this checklist is by no… Learn More »

2014 was the “Year of the Enterprise” at Neo Technology, which saw huge momentum in the number and size of new customers, increasingly large deployments, and ever-expanding global reach. 2015 is shaping up to be the “Year of the Use… Learn More »

Originally posted on Medium A summary of scenarios and benefits, told through customer stories. Neo4j is a graph database. According to independent site db-engines.com, as of December 2014 graph databases are by far the fastest growing database segment. Neo4j is… Learn More »

Neo4j, the world’s leading graph database, has been named as a 2015 Technology of the year by InfoWorld Last year brought many successes as we grew and strengthened the three things we hold dearest: Our product, our community, and our personnel.… Learn More »

Building Social Recommendations into a Python Web App Flask, a popular Python web framework, has many tutorials available online which use an SQL database to store information about the website’s users and their activities.  While SQL is a great tool… Learn More »

Originally posted on the Linkurious Blog Call records are a great source of information on real life networks. We are going to see how graph technologies can be used to analyse these records in order to find potential criminals. That… Learn More »

Congratulations to FiftyThree, makers of Paper, Pencil and Mix for being named one of the Best Mobile Apps of 2014 by Fast Company! Mix, released last year, allows users to add to the designs of others and make them their… Learn More »