Jeremy Daniel

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4 Questions You Must Ask When Selecting A Digital Storage Company

By Jeremy Daniel | June 7, 2017

Selecting a Digital Storage Company Data is the lifeblood of most organizations in the digital age. No matter whether it’s contacts, spreadsheets, inventory or anything else, it’s the data from your business sector that drives your decision-making and keeps your

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Disaster Recovery Planning Should Be Non-negotiable For Every Business

By Jeremy Daniel | May 31, 2017

Disaster Recovery Planning In today’s competitive business environment, being unable to service your customers needs can spell the end of your business. Customers in a different city, or even a different country, may not know or understand that a flood,

Tackling the Hidden Costs of Collaboration Software

By Jeremy Daniel | May 24, 2017

Hidden Costs of Collaboration Software With a distributed workforce being increasingly common in today’s workplace, companies are relying more and more heavily on efficient collaboration tools and techniques. So it’s surprising to discover that over half the IT decision makers

WannaCry North Korea Ransomware Attack

The WannaCry Ransomware is a Reminder to Get Serious About Security

By Jeremy Daniel | May 16, 2017

WannaCry Ransomware Attack Ransomware is the word on everyone’s lips this week, following the massive WannaCry ransomware attack which spread quickly all over the world. Security experts estimate that over 200 000 systems across 150 countries were affected by the

Is It Time For Your Small Business To Take CRM Seriously?

By Jeremy Daniel | October 27, 2016

Small Business CRM Nothing is more important to a small business than creating and nurturing solid relationships with its customers and treating them in ways that lock in their loyalty for many years to come. But customer relationship management (CRM)

Great Cloud Platforms Need to Win the Hearts and Minds of Developers First

By Jeremy Daniel | October 25, 2016

Great Cloud Platforms  Adoption of cloud computing services is growing exponentially all around the world. Companies are realizing that so much of the hard, expensive work that they used to have to do internally can now be outsourced to cloud

SAP Digital Consumer Insight: SAP’s Data-as-a-Service Tool Helps Business Owners Know Their Customers

By Jeremy Daniel | October 17, 2016

SAP’s Data-as-a-Service Tool There was a point not too long ago when futurologists believed that all retail would be going online, with anonymous transactions and drone deliveries meaning you would never have to leave your couch to satisfy all your

The Week In Tech: Twitter, Microsoft and Apple

By Jeremy Daniel | June 16, 2016

The Week In Tech There is no doubt that the biggest tech story of the week (and possibly the year, so far), is that Microsoft is buying LinkedIn for the cash price of $26.2 billion. That’s a massive investment from

The Week In Tech – NVidia AI Inception Program and Google Goes Wireless?

By Jeremy Daniel | June 9, 2016

The Week In Tech Much of the news coming out of the technology sector this week focused on looking ahead to new challenges, and deploying new technologies to solve difficult global problems. Here are some of the standout developments in

The Week In Tech: Twitter, Apple and Microsoft Make Waves

By Jeremy Daniel | May 27, 2016

Week In Tech In a sign that multi-national corporations are assuming more of the roles once associated with government, Facebook and Microsoft teamed up this week to announce plans to lay 4 000 miles of cable under the Ocean from

THOUGHT LEADERSHIP ARCHIVE

Salesforce Gets Serious About Its Security Ecosystem

By Harold Byun

Security Ecosystem Salesforce is one of the fastest growing enterprise software companies in history and while security is a major roadblock for many cloud projects, the company’s extensive security investments appear to be paying off. Salesforce is one of just

Predictions For The Enterprise – Interconnected Cities

By Mark Barrenechea

Predictions For The Enterprise The IoT will be reality In 2016, we’ll work smarter, not harder. Human beings, appliances, homes, factories, cars, businesses, and cities will become more interconnected. If these items aren’t already, they’ll soon be “talking” to the

Business Transformation And The IT Journey

By CloudTweaks

Business Transformation IT Journey When we look at significant business model changes during the past thirty years, technology has often been at the core. From mainframes to mini-computers to microcomputers to client/server to the Internet – technology change has been

Overcoming the impact of a major disaster on their IT infrastructure

By CloudTweaks

Overcoming IT Infrastructure Disaster One of the least considered benefits of cloud computing in the average small or mid-sized business manager’s mind is the aspect of disaster recovery. Part of the reason for this is that so few small and

Preventing Disastrous Events Through The Power of Anomaly Detection In Machine Data

By CloudTweaks

Preventing Disastrous Events Through the Power of Anomaly Detection in Machine Data In August, a single server failed and the NASDAQ went down for three hours. In January, GlobalPayments reported that a hack compromising millions of credit card accounts cost

Cloudy Apps: New Challenges And Complexities

By Alex Heneveld

Cloudy Apps New technologies often simplify some aspect of life, an aspect which was previously painful. But then, as soon as it is adopted, a technology presents new challenges and new complexities. With cloud computing, you can get a new

Living In A Post-Safe Harbor World: What Your Company Needs To Know

By Ron Hovsepian

Living In A Post-Safe Harbor World With the striking down of the Safe Harbor agreement in October, we have seen the tip of a data privacy iceberg whose global implications will play out well into the new year. In 2016,

A Smart Data Approach to Assurance in a Hybrid Cloud Environment

By CloudTweaks

Smart Data Microsoft and Amazon both reported significant growth in their cloud businesses recently. Revenue for Microsoft’s Azure increased by a staggering 98 percent in the three months ending December 31st 2017, and market leader Amazon Web Services (AWS) saw

Learning From Past Mistakes: Predictions For Cybersecurity

By Larry Jones

Predictions Cybersecurity From Ashley Madison to the Office of Personnel Management (OPM), hackers did not discriminate between organizations or industries when it came to unleashing cyber-attacks in 2015. This past year, data breaches affected millions of people with headlines of

Cloud Based Service Level Agreements – Two Different Worlds

By CloudTweaks

Cloud Service Level Agreements A common theme in the chatter about cloud computing is the need for Cloud Based Service Level Agreements SLAs around performance and availability. These SLAs simply don’t exist or are specified in a way that makes them

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Why Certification Matters for Cloud Service Providers

Certification for Cloud Service Providers As of 2017, the concept of “cloud” has become more of a norm for companies ...
The Key To Improving Business Lies In Eye-Interaction Tech

The Key To Improving Business Lies In Eye-Interaction Tech

Eye-Interaction Technology Analysts at Goldman Sachs predict virtual reality revenue will surpass TV within the next decade. More than just ...
Turn to the Cloud as Part of Your Data Breach Strategy

Turn to the Cloud as Part of Your Data Breach Strategy

Data Breach Strategy The latest Verizon Data Breach Investigations Report is out, and the verdict is in: data breaches are ...
CloudTweaks Q&A: How Smart Will Your City Be by 2025?

CloudTweaks Q&A: How Smart Will Your City Be by 2025?

How Smart Will Your City Be by 2025? What role does back end infrastructure play in connecting IoT devices? Probably ...
Digital Identity Trends 2017 – Previewing The Year Ahead

Digital Identity Trends 2017 – Previewing The Year Ahead

Digital Identity Trends 2017 The lack of security of the Internet of Things captured public attention this year as massive ...
Beacons Flopped, But They’re About to Flourish in the Future

Beacons Flopped, But They’re About to Flourish in the Future

Cloud Beacons Flying High When Apple debuted cloud beacons in 2013, analysts predicted 250 million devices capable of serving as ...