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BYOC – To Be Or Not To Be

BYOC – To Be Or Not To Be

BYOC – To Be Or Not To Be I suppose that most CEOs and CIOs have been hoping that the consumerization of information technologies won’t go further than BYOD policy. Clients and employees have brought their devices in the offices, CIOs have introduced MDM-solutions (master data management) and have established the rules for using private

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What The Gartner Big Data 2013 Report Means For The Industry

What The Gartner Big Data 2013 Report Means For The Industry

What The Gartner Big Data 2013 Report Means For The Industry Gartner’s 2013 Big Data survey was recently released and has highlighted some of the long held beliefs in Big Data with survey evidence to prove it. The survey itself was primarily focused on companies currently working with Gartner. Despite this, due to the numbers and

Consumerization Is Revolutionizing “File Sync And Share” Services

Consumerization Is Revolutionizing “File Sync And Share” Services

Consumerization is revolutionizing “file sync and share” services for the highly regulated asset management industry. The Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) movement has gained significant popularity in the corporate world and is rapidly changing how enterprises share information. Consumerization of devices in asset management – the migration of features, feel and functionality of mainstream consumer

Maximize Your IT And VMWorld: A Hybrid Approach To A New Chapter In IT

Maximize Your IT And VMWorld: A Hybrid Approach To A New Chapter In IT

Maximize Your IT and VMWorld: a hybrid approach to a new chapter in IT One of the most fascinating elements of the new chapter in IT history that virtualization represents is the degree to which companies who are essentially competitors, or who have long-held alliances with others, actually work together in an open forum somewhat

ARM Proposes Innovative Cloud Security Solution

ARM Proposes Innovative Cloud Security Solution After Edward Snowden exposed the US government’s ingenious plan to monitor every major web platform in existence, including Facebook, Twitter and even Microsoft, trust in Cloud Storage security has come down to an all time low. However, with Google coming with a free encryption service for its clients, UK-based