SCALE MATTERS IN THE ENTERPRISE CLOUD

What used to be an unknown and mysterious term, “the cloud” is now a common and mostly understood technology. At the most basic level, consumers see the cloud as a place where their photos are backed up or a way to keep their favourite apps connected. At the enterprise level, the cloud is seen as the future of enterprise computing that will impact every corner of an organisation...

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How to protect your data with the 3-2-1 strategy

How to protect your data with the 3-2-1 strategy

How To Protect Your Data Every once in a while we all find ourselves in a situation where our data ...
My Fascination with Amazon Go

My Fascination with Amazon Go

Amazon Go Recently, Amazon unveiled the world’s first completely self-service, no checkout, grocery store — and it’s really captured the public’s imagination. Lines ...
Using Cloud Analytics To Improve Customer Experience

Using Cloud Analytics To Improve Customer Experience

Evolution of Cloud Analytics Moving data to the cloud, once considered a strenuous task, has now become commonplace in most ...
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Why Nonprofits Might Be at Higher Risk for Cyberattacks

Cyberattacks On Nonprofits Today's society is one where any organization operating online is theoretically at risk for cyberattacks. Such incidents ...
The New Kids On The Block: Data Protection Officers

The New Kids On The Block: Data Protection Officers

Data Protection Officers The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is officially here. Yet, organizations are still unaware, are ignoring, or ...
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UK Government Aims to Tackle Insurance Fraud with AI

By Cloud Syndicate | March 25, 2019

Tackle Insurance Fraud with AI A bodybuilder, a cyclist and a student. They didn’t walk into a bar. But they did raise some hair-raising fraudulent insurance claims. In 2017, a cyclist claimed £135,000 compensation after he falsely stated that he fell

Using Data Science and Google Cloud to Win March Madness…Well, Not Really

By Bill Schmarzo | March 22, 2019

I suck at the NCAA March Madness® bracket selection process.  I let my personal biases get in the way of making decisions based upon the numbers.  I over-rate the well-known Big Ten conference and under-rate the lesser-known Mid Majors and fall in

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The Overall Implementation of Driverless Cars

By Scott Andersen | March 21, 2019

The Implementation of Driverless Cars When is the last time that another driver cut you off? Is that the only use case for driverless cars on our roads? No, it isn’t, but as you sit there at your computer reading

What You Need to Know About Google’s New AI Board, Coral

By Kayla Matthews | March 20, 2019

Google’s Coral Dev Board Thanks to the Rasberry Pi, tech enthusiasts quickly got accustomed to single-board computers (SBCs). As the name suggests, they’re complete computers built on single circuit boards. Due to their small size but full functionality, SBCs make

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66% Say They’d Switch Vendors in Order to Get an Intelligent Online Meeting Solution

By Aruna Ravichandran | March 19, 2019

People are getting frustrated with online and video meetings. In fact, according to a recent survey, 85% say they are challenged with these types of poor experiences and 74% say they’re not too happy about it. Audio problems, difficulty connecting,

Succeed in the Intelligent Era with an End-to-End Data Management Framework

By Ronald van Loon | March 19, 2019

The last decade has seen unprecedented advancements in artificial intelligence. We have moved towards a data-centric approach, and data is the center of everything digital. The data collected through different sources is refined, analyzed, and orchestrated with data platforms to

How to keep human bias out of AI

By CloudTweaks | March 18, 2019

Human bias and AI AI algorithms make important decisions about you all the time — like how much you should pay for car insurance or whether or not you get that job interview. But what happens when these machines are

Trust, But Verify. Not Today: Never Trust Always Verify

By John Pientka | March 15, 2019

Reagan coined the phrase: “Trust, but verify” when dealing with the Soviets. In today’s world of Cyber it’s just not good enough. Welcome to the world of Zero Trust. What is it and what does it mean to you? As

China Ascendant? Maybe, Maybe Not

By John Pientka | March 7, 2019

China seems to be beating us at leadership in tech in just about every category. In a decade they are supposed to be the largest economy in the world. But is it all built on a foundation of sand? China

Why Tomorrow’s Leaders MUST Embrace the Economics of Digital Transformation

By Bill Schmarzo | March 5, 2019

Embrace the Economics of Digital Transformation Why should companies care about Digital Transformation?  Yes, I know it appears as yet another technology-drunk buzzword, but what about Digital Transformation should make it EVERY organizations’ #1 strategic business initiative.  One word:  Economics. And your Digital Transformation

The Challenges to Tackle Before You Start With AI

By Ronald van Loon | March 1, 2019

Artificial Intelligence and the technology behind it are growing at a furious pace. Marketers have realized its vast potential and are striving to extract the technology’s opportunities in full. There are numerous advancements being made in this regard, and many

Going Digital: Your Boss Doesn’t Get It. Your Clients Don’t Get It Either. What Are You to Do?

By John Pientka | February 27, 2019

Going Digital: Your Boss Doesn’t Get It Digital advertising now exceeds all other forms of marketing communications. But, your boss thinks: old school print and magazines. Your website is so hard to use it’s an industry joke. But nobody seems

The Benefits of Virtualizing SD-WAN and Security

By Hamza Seqqat | February 26, 2019

Benefits of Virtualizing SD-WAN As more companies adopt SD-WAN technology to enhance the agility of their networking architecture, they must give strong consideration to how and where to apply security across the network. There’s no “one strategy fits all” in

How to Tell If You’re Using Unethical Data

By Kayla Matthews | February 25, 2019

Unethical Data When people think of unethical data, instances of knowingly tweaking information to make it show misleading conclusions often come to mind. Indeed, that’s one kind, but the coverage here relates to the information companies get through suspect means.

Microsoft and SAP extend partnership to Internet of Things

By CloudTweaks | February 25, 2019

The Internet of Things (IoT) is becoming mainstream. Companies are seeing market-making benefits from IoT and deploying at scale – from transforming operations and logistics, remote monitoring, and predictive maintenance at the edge to new consumer experiences powered by connected

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How VMware, HPE, and Telefonica together bring managed cloud services

How VMware, HPE, and Telefonica together bring managed cloud services

Bringing Together Managed Cloud Services The next BriefingsDirect Voice of the Customer optimized cloud design interview explores how a triumvirate of VMware, Hewlett Packard ...
Why Open Source Technology is the Key to Any Collaboration Ecosystem

Why Open Source Technology is the Key to Any Collaboration Ecosystem

Open Source Collaboration Ecosystem Open source – software whose source code is public and can be modified or shared freely ...
How Natural Language Processing Will Change Customer Service

How Natural Language Processing Will Change Customer Service

Natural Language Processing Natural language processing is one subset of AI driving human-machine interactions forward. From helping with direct calls ...
This New Antenna Can Now Support Multiple 5G Communications at Once

This New Antenna Can Now Support Multiple 5G Communications at Once

Multiple 5G Communications Although the widespread commercial rollout of the 5G network happens in 2020, numerous telecommunications companies are testing ...
Repeat After Me... Nobody Is Safe From Cyber Attacks

Repeat After Me… Nobody Is Safe From Cyber Attacks

Nobody Is Safe From Cyber Attacks The last couple of years have shown the world that seemingly nobody is safe from ...
7 Reasons Why You Should Consider Deploying SD-WAN Alongside Public Cloud Services

7 Reasons Why You Should Consider Deploying SD-WAN Alongside Public Cloud Services

Why You Should Consider Deploying SD-WAN Software-defined WAN (SD-WAN) and public cloud IaaS services both offer powerful benefits to virtually any ...
Object Storage for Your Backups

Don’t be held hostage by Ransomware: 7 Prevention Tips

Ransomware Prevention Tips Ransomware can bring your business to its knees. Whether it comes as a system- or network-wide infection, ...
Remote Patient Monitoring – One of the Most Important Applications of IoT in Healthcare

Remote Patient Monitoring – One of the Most Important Applications of IoT in Healthcare

Remote Patient Monitoring The application of IoT in Healthcare services is bringing the paradigm shift in terms of how this ...
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Digital Cashless Society: Dystopian Nightmares or Utopian Dreams

Digital Cashless Society A truly digital cashless society was long the realm of dystopian nightmares (or utopian dreams depending on ...
China Ascendant? Maybe, Maybe Not

China Ascendant? Maybe, Maybe Not

China seems to be beating us at leadership in tech in just about every category. In a decade they are ...
Coping with the Internet of (Risky) Things

Coping with the Internet of (Risky) Things

Internet of (Risky) Things The train appears to have left the station, and device manufacturers – makers of everything from ...