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Managing Cloud Applications Among The Business Regulations

By Dean Wiech | February 15, 2016

Managing  Cloud Business Regulations Cloud applications must be managed in a way that complies with the many different government standards in the United States. As more cloud applications are being implemented in businesses of every industry, companies need a way to

Wearable Tech And Employee Well Being

By George Foot | December 18, 2015

The Key To A Healthy Business Wearable tech has effectively rewritten the terms and conditions of employee wellness programs. Organizations can now give employees fitness trackers as part of wider policies, using the data gathered over a given period to

Vendors To Enter The Cyber Security Game

By Cloud Syndicate | December 8, 2015

IT Regulatory Compliance as the Next Big Focus for Cloud Vendors Back in October 2014, Defense Information Systems Agency (DISA) submitted a public request for information, calling for the assessment of the marketplace’s ability to “provide cloud ecosystems and services

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Engagement Through Password Literacy

By Steve Prentice | October 8, 2015

Citizen Engagement Literacy The term “engagement literacy” is not commonly-used at this moment, but it is a concept that bears greater attention in an age where personal data is king. Citizens and consumers now provide two currencies to the retailers

5 Things A Cloud Provider Should Offer – Part II

By Marc Malizia | September 28, 2015

5 Things A Cloud Provider Should Offer Part II I recently posted an article for the CloudTweaks community on “Cloud-Enabled Managed Hosting: 5 Things a Cloud Provider Should Offer” and many readers have since asked me to expand upon this

Digital Healthcare And Cutting-Edge Technologies

By Jennifer Klostermann | September 2, 2015

Digital Healthcare Opportunities in digital healthcare abound, and 2015 sees more developments reaching the mainstream. The break-fix model of medicine is now being replaced with the predict-and-prevent model of medicine that combines cutting-edge technology with detective work, and addresses the

Planning The Future With Wearables, IoT, and Big Data

By Jennifer Klostermann | August 6, 2015

Wearables, IoT, and Big Data According to Dataconomy, this year’s BARC study shows 83% of companies already invested in Big Data, or planning future engagement – a 20% increase on Gartner’s 2013 calculations. The Internet of Things has changed our

Could Your Business Survive?

Could Your Business Survive If Your Office Space Didn’t?

By CloudTweaks | June 3, 2015

Could Your Business Survive? Hurricane season is upon us once more. With the Pacific season starting back in April and the Atlantic season following in June, businesses near the coast are at higher risk for suffering hurricane effects. And although

The History Of 3D Printing – From Kidneys To Cars

By Daniel Price | March 19, 2015

The History Of 3D Printing 3D printing, also called additive manufacturing, has been one of the breakout technologies of the last 18 months. People are now clamouring to get involved with the technology, with printable objects ranging from hand-guns to

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Industries That Can Be Disrupted Because of ‘Internet of Things’

By Sameer Bhatia | March 13, 2015

Disruptions Internet of Things The Internet of Things or IOT is a very popular term these days which requires due diligence as we shall see. In essence, it is a term which is used to refer to wireless devices or

Animals At The Forefront of Wearable Tech

By Daniel Price | November 17, 2014

Animals And Wearable Tech You might think wearable tech has only become ‘a thing’ in the last decade. You might also think that humans are the ones on the cutting edge. If you do think those things you’d be wrong

4 Things About Microsoft’s Fitness Band

By Daniel Price | November 12, 2014

Microsoft Fitness Band  Microsoft is used to being a market leader. The company has been at the forefront of the PC industry for decades and has at various times held a market-share close to 100 percent.  Now, however, its critics