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Breakthroughs in Clinical Trials Utilizing the Power of the Cloud

Breakthroughs in Clinical Trials Utilizing the Power of the Cloud

Cloud Computing and the Medical Field Clinical trials play an essential role in the drug development process by effectively demonstrating the ...
IoT and the Evolution of the Workplace

IoT and the Evolution of the Workplace

IoT Evolution Just as the Industrial Revolution changed the relationship between humans and work, the rise of the Internet of ...
A Marketplace of Networks: Simplifying Enterprise Cloud Connectivity

A Marketplace of Networks: Simplifying Enterprise Cloud Connectivity

Simplifying Enterprise Cloud Connectivity Cost. Agility. Innovation. For the modern-day enterprise, the advantages of migrating business applications to the Cloud ...
The ID Federation: What Technology Can Displace The Password?

The ID Federation: What Technology Can Displace The Password?

The Future Password Many people shout that the password is dead or should be killed dead. The password could be ...
Cloudification - Budgets are Shifting Toward a “Cloud-first” and “Cloud-only” Approach

Cloudification – Budgets are Shifting Toward a “Cloud-first” and “Cloud-only” Approach

Cloudification and the Budget Shift Gartner has recently predicted that by 2020, a corporate "no-cloud" policy will be as rare ...
The Path to the Cloud: A Look at Different Approaches to Cloud Migration

The Path to the Cloud: A Look at Different Approaches to Cloud Migration

Different Approaches to Cloud Migration The public cloud has gained considerable momentum this past decade. Concerns about cost and security ...
GDPR Compliance

Avoid Breaking the Bank to Protect Your IT by Automating These 3 Departments

Protect Your IT by Automating In the big data world, companies have more information than any human (or team of ...

Will The Airtame 2 Take Wireless Screen Sharing Mainstream?

By Jeremy Daniel / October 22, 2018

Wireless Screen Sharing The slick design, simple setup, and powerful hardware inside Airtame’s new device could see it getting widespread traction. We live in a visually-driven age. Memes, photos, graphics and viral videos dominate the ways we communicate and are

Breached Data

No Google+? No Problem

By Daniel Matthews / October 18, 2018

No doubt you heard about the death of Google+? The reports of the death of Google+ are not exaggerated. But it’s an exaggeration to say that Google shut it down because of a data breach. Rather, Google shut it down

How Norway’s Fatland beat back ransomware thanks to a rapid backup and recovery data protection stack

By Dana Gardner / October 17, 2018

The next BriefingsDirect strategic storage and business continuity case study discussion explores how Norway’s venerable meat processing business, Fatland, relied on rapid backup and recovery solutions to successfully defended against a nasty ransomware attack. The comprehensive backup and recovery stack allowed Fatland’s production processing systems to snap

Infosec thought leaders

How a Connection Broker Manages Complexity and Remote Access in Hyperconverged and Hybrid Environments

By Karen Gondoly / October 16, 2018

Remote Access in Hyperconverged and Hybrid Environments Consolidating desktop workloads in the datacenter using hyperconverged infrastructure and virtualization optimizes resources, reduces power consumption, and saves money. However, managing the complexity of a consolidated datacenter, along with public cloud resources, presents

Apcela

After the SD-WAN: leveraging data and AI to optimize network operations

By Mark Casey / October 15, 2018

AI to Optimize Network Operations Increasing numbers of companies have implemented SD-WAN technology, thanks to benefits like higher performance, lower cost, and greater business agility compared to WAN services built on MPLS. But industry experts note that there can be

How AI Revolutionizes the Industrial Sector

By Ronald van Loon / October 11, 2018

Breakneck speed, unprecedented development and unhindered feasibility are just some of the phrases attached to the spread of Artificial Intelligence across various industries. AI today is at an important junction with huge potential for market growth. Currently valued at around

Protect Your Small Business

Why Nonprofits Might Be at Higher Risk for Cyberattacks

By Kayla Matthews / October 10, 2018

Cyberattacks On Nonprofits Today’s society is one where any organization operating online is theoretically at risk for cyberattacks. Such incidents could tarnish reputations, result in profit and data losses and even get so severe that they force the attacked organizations

Predict ► Prescribe ► Prevent Analytics Value Cycle

By Bill Schmarzo / October 10, 2018

Predict ► Prescribe ► Prevent Organizations looking for justification to move beyond legacy reporting, should review this little ditty from the healthcare industry: The Institute of Medicine (IOM) estimates that the United States loses $750 billion annually to medical fraud,

GDPR Compliance

Avoid Breaking the Bank to Protect Your IT by Automating These 3 Departments

By Brad Thies / October 9, 2018

Protect Your IT by Automating In the big data world, companies have more information than any human (or team of humans) can consume. New software arrives every minute, servers go up and down, data streams in, and businesses still expect

Survey results reveal the biggest Artificial Intelligence challenges

By Richard Gall / October 8, 2018

Biggest Artificial Intelligence Challenges We’ve been told countless times over the past few years what an impact Artificial Intelligence (AI) is going to have on all our lives. But while it’s true that Artificial Intelligence will certainly provide some huge

How Blockchain Could Be The Solution To Many of the Problems in Healthcare

By Thomas Franklin / October 3, 2018

Blockchain Can Solve Many Healthcare Problems Emma decides to see a primary care physician after she witnesses a series of memory lapses followed by severe headaches. The physician after performing preliminary tests such as a CT scan and blood work

AI Transforms Industrial IoT

By Ronald van Loon / October 2, 2018

If you’ve been studying artificial intelligence and its growth, you’ll know that the industry is well past its nascent stage now. There is significant maturity in its growth, and companies from diverse backgrounds are realizing the impact of incorporating data

Edge Computing: The Driving Force in New Architecture Innovation

By CloudTweaks / October 1, 2018

Edge computing is a very widely used term these days in lot of technology blogs, analyst reports, conferences and product announcements. Many companies are positioning themselves to grab a share of the edge computing addressable market. A lot of announcements

Embracing the Cloud Benefits of Greater Agility, Elasticity and Reduced CAPEX

By Michael Segal / October 1, 2018

Unlocking the cloud’s potential through greater visibility Cloud is becoming increasingly integral to the enterprise. The extent of this was illustrated recently when Microsoft reported quarterly revenues of $9.6bn for its Intelligent Cloud offering, which was aggressively developed to capitalize

How AI & Machine Learning Are Redefining The War For Talent

By Louis Columbus / September 28, 2018

AI & Machine Learning By 2020, more than 20 million job seekers will look for automated advice on how to improve their ranking in job-matching algorithms according to Gartner. More than 50% of large enterprises based in North America and Western

What makes ‘Cloud’ a dependable solution for the independent field workforce?

By Swati Kungwani / September 27, 2018

5 Major Reasons to Switch from Paper to Digital! The web of wireless networks has connected the entire world. It’s not wrong to say that today’s generation breathes in the air of the Internet. Such is the influence of the

Directive 20 Repealed – Beat the Cyber War Drums?

By John Pientka / September 26, 2018

Exposed by Snowden in his 2013 document dump, Presidential Directive 20 limits the U.S. in attacking/counter attacking with cyber weapons. Now it has been rescinded. Does that mean the gloves are off? We’ve been under attack for a long time.

A Step Inside the Origins of Virtual and Augmented Reality Infographic

By CloudTweaks / September 25, 2018

Origins of Virtual and Augmented Reality The hype over virtual and augmented reality technologies is real, brought on by seemingly daily exponential developments. But though the excitement seems fresh and new, the ideas behind VR are as old as technology

Netflix and the Cloud

How the Cloud Became Video’s Best Friend

By Daniel Matthews / September 24, 2018

Netflix and the Cloud It’s official: video has now completed a successful transfer to the cloud. The outstanding example of late is Netflix’s tie with HBO for the most Emmy awards. This is the first time Netflix has tied with

Determining the Economic Value of Data

By Bill Schmarzo / September 20, 2018

[Note: I have been trying to write this blog for several years.  But instead of trying to perfect the concept, perhaps the best approach is to simply put the idea out there and let it percolate amongst my readers.  My University of

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