Infrastructure Management

Infrastructure Management

Blade Server Strategies: Optimizing the Data Center Modern blade solutions are the heart of flexible, cost-effective infrastructures… Beyond the Bond: Advancing the Alignment Between the CMO and CIO Much has been written about the need for partnership and alignment between.. The Essentials of CIO’s – Free Kit Download this kit to learn everything you need

MOOC: Massive Open Online Course

MOOC: Massive Open Online Course

MOOC: Massive Open Online Course The advent of new information and communication technologies such as Web 2.0, Learning 2.0, cloud-based learning tools, open content and open source learning tools have transformed the world of education in an unprecedented way. Massive Open Online Course (MOOC) as an emerging method of education is considered as one of

Raising Arizona cash bait for CSR

Wireless pioneer CSR reveals that Arizona-based Microchip Technology Incorporated is likely to pay cash if a deal is struck to acquire the Cambridge UK business. Read more… Read the source article at Business Weekly

Raising Arizona cash bait for CSR

Wireless pioneer CSR reveals that Arizona-based Microchip Technology Incorporated is likely to pay cash if a deal is struck to acquire the Cambridge UK business. Read more… Read the source article at Business Weekly

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How CYOD Helps Make Hybrid Cloud More Productive And More Secure

How CYOD Helps Make Hybrid Cloud More Productive And More Secure

How CYOD Helps Make Hybrid Cloud More Productive and More Secure Recent analysis by IDG/DELL has found that companies are expecting “increased IT efficiencies” and “lowering total cost of ownership (TCO) with optimized application delivery” as they move toward hybrid cloud and private cloud deployment. In short, they expect things to work better and cost…

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Are Drones Not Safe for Civilians?

Are Drones Not Safe for Civilians?

Are Drones Not Safe for Civilians? The threat of global terror has made war a perpetual constant in our world today. As enemies become more difficult to identify, nations are trading in their illicit military strategy for more covert security and defense operations. In recent years, defense organizations have turned to technology as an alternative

Built For The Cloud vs. Adapting To The Cloud

Built For The Cloud vs. Adapting To The Cloud

Built For The Cloud vs. Adapting To The Cloud It may just sound like semantics, but there is a real difference between something that was “built for” versus “adapted to.” Would you rather buy a house that was “designed for” energy efficiency or one that was “adapted to” be energy efficient? “Built for” describes a

Is SaaS For You? Three Questions To Ask

Is SaaS For You? Three Questions To Ask

The idea of providing software to customers for a fee without the need for investments in IT infrastructure or staff has been around for decades. In the 1970s it was called Timesharing. Back then, companies utilized Timesharing services as their primary source of IT applications or as an extension of in-house IT applications, thereby avoiding

Internet of Things

What Ever Happened To Google Glass?

What Ever Happened To Google Glass?

What Ever Happened to Google Glass? It was supposed to be the next big thing in tech so where did it go? Last year you could not go anywhere without hearing about some insane new use for the product and now it seems to have vanished in a plume of smoke. A Lackluster Rollout Back

Drones And Cloud Computing

Drones And Cloud Computing

“I don’t need a hard disk in my computer if I can get to the server faster… carrying around these non-connected computers is byzantine by comparison.” – Steve Jobs While we have been waiting for the future to come, the future is happening right now. The past 200 years have granted us with two major

Internet of Things and Personal Presence Devices

Internet of Things and Personal Presence Devices

Internet of Things and Personal Presence Devices In the past month or so I have been wandering around the desert of IoT (Internet of Things). In that time I created three distinct designations for the Internet of things. Mostly so that I could rationalize the concept for myself. But also to attempt to begin an

Big Data

Big Data And Global Trend Monitoring: The Language Gap

Big Data And Global Trend Monitoring: The Language Gap

Big Data and Global Trend Monitoring: The Language Gap Data traces left by humans both on the internet and elsewhere allow marketers to find trending products; organizations can detect potential health hazards and epidemies; researchers can gain valuable insights on the way ideas spread; and so on. However, all of this depends on that they

Big Data For Better Data

Big Data For Better Data

“Data are becoming the new raw material of business.” – Craig Mundie Today, having more and more data at our disposal, we are granted the opportunity to see new things in the surrounding world. More data enables us not only to see more of the same thing we have been looking at, but, most importantly,

How Banks Stand To Gain From Big Data

How Banks Stand To Gain From Big Data

The financial sector has long capitalized on its access to proprietary data. They have been pioneers in digitalizing everything–every single transaction, purchase, ATM withdrawal, website click, and so on. This gives banks unlimited abilities to adapt to customers’ needs and theoretically allows identifying patterns characteristic of abuse or crime. Banks have been aggressive in using

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