Open Source Business Intelligence Tools It’s impossible to take the right business decisions without having insightful information to back up the decision-making process. Open Source Business Intelligence Tools make it easier to have our raw data analyzed and presented in
The Rise Of Ransomware You can imagine the scene: you’ve just completed that business plan and a set of accounts. Finally, it’s done and saved, ready for a final read through and to be sent out to your contact list.
Hybrid-Cloud Approach For over 20 years, organizations have been attempting to secure their networks and protect their data. However, have any of their efforts really improved security? Today we hear journalists and industry experts talk about the erosion of the
Security Threat And Big Data Applications IBM, Amazon, Google, Yahoo, Microsoft – and the list goes on. All these leading IT enterprises have been affected by Cross-Site Scripting (XSS) attacks in the past. Cross-Site Scripting ranks third in the list
Record Breaches Research has revealed that third parties cause 63 percent of all data breaches. From HVAC contractors, to IT consultants, to supply chain analysts and beyond, the threats posed by third parties are real and growing. Deloitte, in its
Big Data Continues To Grow Big Data continues to be a much discussed topic of interest and for good reason. According to a recent report from International Data Corporation (IDC), “worldwide revenues for big data and business analytics will grow
Encryption and Big Data According to estimates by Hewlett Packard, the average U.S. firm can expect to lose $15 million each year as a result of cybercrime. This number is twice the global average, but it is a preventable expense.
AWS Lambda – Amazon’s Event-Based Computing Service Announced in November of 2014, Amazon Lambda has gone from a developer buzzword to a heavyweight in the persistently innovative cloud computing industry. Used by organizations like Major League Baseball and live-streaming service
Should We Be Afraid Of Automation? The automation of society is happening. Those who have read Kurt Vonnegut’s Player Piano know that it depicts a dystopia in which the economic system has made material abundance plentiful, but deprives the masses