Putting The Business Back Into Business Intelligence: How BI Can Grow Your Bottom Line

Putting The Business Back Into Business Intelligence: How BI Can Grow Your Bottom Line

Putting the Business Back Into Business Intelligence Big data’s reputation is taking a hit for its tendency to overpromise and underdeliver. While this bad rap isn’t entirely unwarranted, maybe the problem isn’t with big data itself. Perhaps the problem is that we fail to properly utilize the data we collect. In the corporate world, business…

7 Cloud Security Mistakes Bound To Bite You

7 Cloud Security Mistakes Bound To Bite You

7 Main Cloud Security Mistakes  Like sharks off the coast of North Carolina this summer, information security threats are lurking. And now that cloud computing is woven into the fabric of IT everywhere, specific risks to an enterprise’s data apply. Cloud computing is to IT what Shark Week is to summertime: a cultural feeding frenzy.…

Bridging The Chasm Between Business And IT – The GRC Way

Bridging The Chasm Between Business And IT – The GRC Way

Business And IT  In today’s world, company operations function at two distinct levels: the business operation level and the IT infrastructure operation level. While the two functions operate independently, IT exists to support the business. Many of the IT operations, like the deployment and management of IT infrastructure, applications and services are driven by the…

What Don’t You Know About Your Cloud?

What Don’t You Know About Your Cloud?

Looking Under The Hood Do you feel you know your cloud workloads well? Remember when those applications were running locally? You knew every quirk and cared for every surge. Now, they are in the cloud, and everything is different. Sometimes it feels like you barely know them at all. You’re right In many ways it’s…

How To Choose The Right Cloud Security Package For Your Business

How To Choose The Right Cloud Security Package For Your Business

How To Choose The Right Cloud Security Package The questions you need to ask yourself when deciding on the right cloud security solution for a growing organisation Not sure which cloud security package will be the best fit for your business? Check out our guide to choosing a service that’s going to meet your needs…

Workday Brings Predictive Analytics to Human Resources Management

Workday Brings Predictive Analytics to Human Resources Management

Predictive Analytics In a much-discussed tech San Francisco tech conference, Workday, an on-demand software vendor for human resources and financial asset management, announced new Insight Applications that, inter alia, bring predictive insights to HR tools. In the new suite of tools such as expense controls, aggregated talent listings, as well as additions to the core…

Challenges Of Virtual Reality

Challenges Of Virtual Reality

A smartphone-based virtual reality headset from Samsung and Oculus VR could make the technology more accessible, but it also demonstrates a new set of challenges. The Gear VR headset, developed by Samsung and Oculus VR. Max Cohen, head of mobile at Oculus VR, the virtual reality startup bought by Facebook this year for $2 billion, is unequivocal:…

Top 5 Big Data Misconceptions – A Lighter Look

Top 5 Big Data Misconceptions – A Lighter Look

Big Data Misconceptions We have decided to take a look back at our comic library and compile a list of our favorite Top 5 Big Data related comics over the past 5 years. Many of our long-term loyal readers have enjoyed these, while some of our newer followers can now partake in series of archived…

Can Technology Make for Better Concerts?

Can Technology Make for Better Concerts?

New technologies like LED wristbands and crowd-sourced videos are changing the live music experience. But is it always an improvement? The post Can Technology Make for Better Concerts? appeared first on WIRED. Read the source article at WIRED

Minimizing Downtime During Mergers & Acquisitions

Minimizing Downtime During Mergers & Acquisitions

Minimizing Downtime As economic conditions gradually improve, North American companies are starting to recover their confidence, and are looking beyond mere survival. A recent survey by KPMG focusing on mergers and acquisitions demonstrated cautious optimism, with 21 per cent of companies planning to initiate at least one acquisition this year, and 16 per cent planning for…

What’s Next in the Never-Ending Net Neutrality Fight

What’s Next in the Never-Ending Net Neutrality Fight

He also said the FCC should consider applying regulations to the interconnection points on the back end of the Internet, which would help Netflix and other companies deliver large video files without having to pay Internet providers for better connections. Read the source article at NationalJournal.com

You should listen to that annoying cloud skeptic

You should listen to that annoying cloud skeptic

If you work with someone who keeps questioning the use of cloud computing— or any new technology, for that matter — give real consideration to that person’s opinion. Having a skeptic around means that you’re constantly considering the tough questions. Read the source article at infoworld.com

Does the Personalization of the Web Create an Information Bubble?

Does the Personalization of the Web Create an Information Bubble?

Personalization In The Cloud As websites like Facebook, Google and Amazon become more and more personalized, there’s danger to be engulfed in a stream of information that corroborates a person’s worldviews and filters out findings or stories opposed to them, to become trapped in a so-called ‘filter bubble’. Internet activist Eli Pariser, in his book…

Obama Looks Closely At ISPs On Net Neutrality

Obama Looks Closely At ISPs On Net Neutrality

WASHINGTON (AP) — Internet service providers (ISPs) shouldn’t be allowed to cut deals with online services like Netflix or YouTube to move their content faster, and should be regulated more like phone companies, President Barack Obama said Monday in an announcement that was swiftly rejected by industry. Read the source article at Associated Press

The History Of Back-Ups

The History Of Back-Ups

The History of Back-Ups There’s no doubt about it – we are spoilt. With external hard-drives, CDs, USB memory sticks, SD cards, online storage and multiple devices with vast memories we can save, access and back up our data more easily and more efficiently than ever before. (Image Source: Maxim Yurin, SoftLogica)  It’s not always been…

Why Small Businesses Need A Business Intelligence Dashboard

Why Small Businesses Need A Business Intelligence Dashboard

The Business Intelligence Dashboard As a small business owner you would certainly know the importance of collecting and analyzing data pertaining to your business and transactions. Business Intelligence dashboards allow not only experts but you also to access information generated by analysis of data through a convenient display. Anyone in the company can have access…

Is Docker The Next Big Thing?

Is Docker The Next Big Thing?

Is Docker The Next Big Thing? We often hear that a particular product or idea is going to be the ‘next big thing’, and analysts and commentators are frequently falling over themselves to predict an emerging trend or developing idea. In the case of Docker, it might actually be justified. The open source technology is…

Cloud Infographic – The Future (IoT)

Cloud Infographic – The Future (IoT)

The Future (IoT) By the year 2020, it is being predicted that 40 to 80 billion connected devices will be in use. The Internet of Things or IoT will transform your business and home in many truly unbelievable ways. The types of products and services that we can expect to see in the next decade…

Five Signs The Internet of Things Is About To Explode

Five Signs The Internet of Things Is About To Explode

The Internet of Things Is About To Explode By 2020, Gartner estimates that the Internet of Things (IoT) will generate incremental revenue exceeding $300 billion worldwide. It’s an astoundingly large figure given that the sector barely existed three years ago. We are now rapidly evolving toward a world in which just about everything will become…

Bridging The Chasm Between Business And IT – The GRC Way

Bridging The Chasm Between Business And IT – The GRC Way

Business And IT  In today’s world, company operations function at two distinct levels: the business operation level and the IT infrastructure operation level. While the two functions operate independently, IT exists to support the business. Many of the IT operations, like the deployment and management of IT infrastructure, applications and services are driven by the…

Cisco Expands Portfolio By Acquiring Threat Protection Firm OpenDNS

Cisco Expands Portfolio By Acquiring Threat Protection Firm OpenDNS

Cisco Announces Intent to Acquire OpenDNS Acquisition to Accelerate Cisco’s Cloud Delivered Security Portfolio SAN JOSE, Calif. – June 30, 2015 – Today, Cisco announced its intent to acquire OpenDNS, a privately held security company based in San Francisco. OpenDNS provides advanced threat protection for any device, anywhere, anytime. The acquisition will boost Cisco’s Security…

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