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Passing Big Data Through A Drinking Straw

Passing Big Data Through A Drinking Straw

Passing Big Data Through A Drinking Straw Big Data has all the corporate heads up and about in excitement since it promises to uncover golden nuggets of information out from an ocean of mundane and redundant data. But here’s the problem sticking everybody in the side, Big Data is big, as in it can reach…

Cloud Computing Bottleneck: The Bandwidth Problem

Cloud Computing Bottleneck: The Bandwidth Problem

Cloud Computing Bottleneck: The Bandwidth Problem Though Cloud Computing looks to be the future of application and data delivery for the foreseeable future, it is not without its downsides and bottlenecks, literally. The most evident bottleneck you will notice is bandwidth. It is the end-all-be-all of connectivity. Without it, or even just having small portions…

The Compromise For Internal And External IT

The Compromise For Internal And External IT

The compromise for internal and external IT Sourcing of processes and parts manufacturing have been commonplace in the industry for a long time. For example, large automotive companies like Ford and Toyota do not make every single part of the ca that they design and sell. They do not make each nut and bolt, seat…

Potential Powerful Pitfalls – Big Data, Big Trouble

Potential Powerful Pitfalls – Big Data, Big Trouble

Potential Powerful Pitfalls – Big Data, Big Trouble Information has always been a great source of power. Kingdoms were often won and lost through scout reports, misinformation and treachery. Even now we fear those that hold too much of it and often cry foul in the name of privacy. But if you asked me, as…

The Dangers Of The American Cloud Industry

The Dangers of the American Cloud Industry With all the hype that Cloud Computing is getting, more and more companies and individuals are jumping on the Cloud band wagon and enjoying the benefits. But despite its global reach, the greater majority of Cloud Computing infrastructure and service providers are still American companies. This means that…