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Website Business Migration – A Useful Intermediary

January 7, 2015

Website Business Migration Cloud services seem rather straightforward to many. Email? Gmail, Office365. Websites, apps? Amazon, Google, Azure. But the list goes on for online collaboration, manufacturer solutions, bookkeeping, and so on. Truth is, there’s already a bit too much

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Blue Concept

When Algorithms Go Awry

December 29, 2014

When Algorithms Go Awry Personalization is a very effective marketing tool–the most successful entrepreneurs use their data to great effect to segment their marketing efforts, with the best going as far as to segment down to the very individual (think

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Digital Meets Analog: Problems With Digitizing The Physical World

December 18, 2014

Digital Meets Analog Although the world has in some ways become what Sci-Fi authors thought it would, some ideas, like self-driving cars, are rather far from becoming a reality. The problem? The earth is just too much, and too diverse

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Public Costs

Public or Private Cloud: Costs The Main Factor After All?

December 16, 2014

Are Cloud Costs The Main Factor? Even though private and public cloud is usually a choice between flexibility/security and loss of control versus keeping it, there is increasing evidence that, for all the benefits of the public cloud, many companies

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Keeping A Lid On Your Data

December 15, 2014

Data Discretion As discussed on CloudTweaks not too long ago, invisibility is the one thing that’s very important when bringing the Internet of Things to the kitchen. That is, the process of working a home appliance has to be convenient to

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Legal Data In The Courtroom

December 9, 2014

Big Data’s Place in the Legal System Big Data has found its niche in the legal system as well. Some 20 states have implemented data-driven evaluation of future crime risk in sentencing individuals, and many are considering to do so.

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Science Study Data

Does Proprietary Data Hinder Research?

December 4, 2014

Does Proprietary Data Hinder Research? A widely-discussed article at Newsweek about the ‘data problem in medicine’ sheds light on the fact that doctors don’t have access to data about the very medicines the prescribe. In fact, of all clinical trials,

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Does the Personalization of the Web Create an Information Bubble?

November 10, 2014

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,

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Big Data Insights on The Way We Perceive Other Human Beings

November 5, 2014

Big Data Insights For all its great potential, Big Data sometimes simply corroborates our gut feeling or gives us something that we didn’t need, or want to know. Christian Rudder, co-founder of the dating website OKCupid, makes sure we get

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To Have and Have Not: Big Data Initiatives In Developing Countries

October 20, 2014

Big Data Initiatives In Developing Countries The poor of the developing countries are becoming increasingly connected, to the point where they too are part of the Big Data revolution that’s happening across the globe. It didn’t come with laptops, though,

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Downtime Cloud

Backups, Storage, and challenge-response mechanisms

August 28, 2014

On A Clear Day: Downtime In Cloud Computing As most know, and as the recent Azure outage kindly reminded those who don’t, cloud storage isn’t infallible. Power outages happen all the time. Software is prone to catching nasty bugs. Human error

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Vulnerability Scanners Cyber security vulnerabilities are a constant nuisance and it certainly doesn't help with the world in a current state of disarray and uncertainty. Vulnerabilities leave businesses and individuals subject to a wide range ...
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Implement Hyperautomation to Scale Automation Programs by 3X Most Digital Service Providers (DSPs) struggle to accelerate their path to Hyperautomation due to the complex processes with legacy systems and applications. Although Robotic Process Automation (RPA) plays a ...
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What’s Holding DevOps Back And How Developers and Businesses Can Vault Forward to Improve and Succeed Developers spend a lot of valuable time – sometimes after being woken up in the middle of the night ...