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Case Study: Cellphone Provider Switches to Acumatica, Implements ERP in 90 Days Open Mobile is a mobile telecommunications provider that serves tens of thousands of customers across Puerto Rico, and which enjoys direct relationships with major cellphone suppliers such as Samsung and Apple. With eighteen stores, several towers, hundreds of employees and a thousand vendors,
Cloud Infographic: Mobile At Work Mobile devices and BYOD are hot topics of conversation. Provided is an excellent infographic courtesy of the team at Bluebox which focuses on some of the most used mobile apps by employees. Some interesting statistics are: – IT Professionals surveyed reported that mobile security was a top concern – Fewer than half
Transforming Raw Data Into Meaningful Useful Information Advanced multimedia devices, social media services, sensor networks, and corporate information systems create continuously huge amounts of structured and unstructured data which are called big data. Transforming collected masses of raw data into meaningful and useful information is important for organizations. This knowledge helps managers to make smarter
HP Moves Cloud Forward With The Release Of Helion A centerpiece of the HP Discover event held at the Venetian Hotel in Las Vegas between June 10 and 12, 2014, was the unveiling of the HP Helion Network, touted as the next generation of cloud solutions. With keynotes from executive heavyweights Bill Veghte, Bill Hilf
Big Data Privacy in Europe and North America As we have frequently discussed here on CloudTweaks, the usage of big data around the world is growing exponentially. Businesses, individuals, and governments are all increasingly reliant on the insights it provides, and are progressively basing decisions, policy, and strategy on the output they receive. Nonetheless, big
Cloud Infographic: Higher Education As the cloud continues to dominate the enterprise and public sector software market, colleges and post-secondary educational institutions have also started to make large use the technology. According to a 2013 report by CDW, 55% of higher education IT efficiency was attributed to cloud technology, and more than 80% of students
The Lighter Side Of The Cloud – New Apps By Al Johnson Every Friday, you can visit CloudTweaks to enjoy the most recent comic in our collection! You may also subscribe to our popular newsletter and receive the comic each Friday arriving to your inbox!
Don’t Forget Networking In Your Travel Plans To The Cloud The term “cloud” was first used by the telecomm industry in early schematics of the Internet to identify the various, non-specific uses data was put to at the end of their cables. The transmission of data was the telecomm industry’s primary focus. What happened in
The Secret to I of E in the Kitchen? Invisibility What could be simpler than opening the fridge and grabbing yourself a snack? That’s the challenge for designers and engineers who are looking to bring the Internet of Everything into the kitchen. Eating food is based largely on sensations of hunger, an age-old instinct which
Cloud Infographic: Saving Means Sacrificing One of the biggest deciding factors in selecting a cloud service provider are the costs. Companies want to save money and saving money is not only a good thing – but a great thing! Unfortunately, low prices in most cases will reflect in the quality of the services you pay for
Skytap Cloud Recognized As 2011 Products Of The Year Winner SEATTLE, Wash. – January 17, 2012 – Skytap Inc., the leading provider of self-service cloud automation solutions, today announced that the Skytap Cloud was named a 2011 Products of the Year winner by TechTarget’s SearchServerVirtualization.com in the Virtualization Management category. For the second consecutive year, Skytap was recognized
The Apache Software Foundation Announces Apache Hadoop™ v1.0 Open Source “Big Data” Cloud computing platform powers millions of compute-hours to process exabytes of data for Amazon.com, AOL, Apple, eBay, Facebook, foursquare, HP, IBM, LinkedIn, Microsoft, Netflix, The New York Times, Rackspace, Twitter, Yahoo!, and more. 4 January 2012 —FOREST HILL, MD— The Apache Software Foundation (ASF),