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Analytics Will Revolutionize Supply Chains In 2018

By Louis Columbus | January 31, 2018

Supply Chains In 2018 While 94% of supply chain leaders say that digital transformation will fundamentally change supply chains in 2018, only 44% have a strategy ready. 66% of supply chain leaders say advanced supply chain analytics are critically important

Contrary to popular belief, a pro-privacy stance is good for business

By Evelyn de Souza | January 31, 2018

Pro-Privacy Stance Right now privacy is a hot topic on LinkedIn posts, especially as it pertains to compliance with the General Data Protection Regulation. As a board advisor at Universal Patient Key, we’ve often talked about why being pro-privacy is good

Don’t Ignore the Elephant in the Room. Deal with Your Legacy Systems. Here’s How: Eat It One Bite at a Time

By John Pientka | January 30, 2018

Don’t Ignore the Elephant in the Room Let’s face it – digital transformation is hard, especially if your organization’s lifeblood rests on legacy systems. Here’s a proven way to get there. Pity the IRS? As soon as the new tax

Securing the IIoT: Your Opportunity to be a Cyber Hero

By Cloud Syndicate | January 29, 2018

Securing the IIoT There’s tremendous potential for operational technology (OT) and information technology (IT) professionals right now, to be cyber heroes in any organization tackling security for the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT). That’s my takeaway from the IoT Evolution

Smart Society: How to Trust Artificial Intelligence

By Ronald van Loon | January 26, 2018

How to Trust Artificial Intelligence The concept of a smart society has been around for a long time, but the progress we have seen towards achieving it in the last decade has really been a giant leap for mankind. For

Why Bitcoin Shouldn’t Be a Part of the Futures Exchange Yet

By Daniel Matthews | January 25, 2018

Bitcoin Futures Exchange Recently, cryptocurrencies “crashed,” particularly Bitcoin, which spiraled from a high of $19,783 to a current price of $11212.00 (01/25/2018). There are two prevailing sentiments regarding the crash of Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies: Alarm and a kind of

Avoiding the IOT ‘Twister’ Business Strategy

By Bill Schmarzo | January 25, 2018

IOT ‘Twister’ Most organizations’ ‪ IOT Strategy look like a game of ‪ ‘Twister’ with progress across important IOT capabilities such as architecture, technology, data, ‪ analytics and governance; variables comprising a series of random investments and decisions. There is something very different about the Internet

Dump Your Digital Transformation Program

By Roland Rust | January 24, 2018

Digital Transformation Most large Digital Transformation programmes fail. Others are in their second or third year and still have yet to prove that they will deliver real outcome. Sometime. Any initiative that leads to true transformation success starts small and

API security

3 Steps to Better Security in the API Economy

By CloudTweaks | January 24, 2018

API Security Whenever you’re working online with the Internet, security is also a top concern. Any mistakes or lapse of judgments can cost a lot of money and potentially even entire business, credibility and reputation. But, as an online business

Data Privacy Day (Cue The Parade)!

By Daren Glenister | January 23, 2018

Data Privacy Day On Sunday, January 28, the United States, Canada, India and 47 European countries will celebrate Data Privacy Day, an international day established to raise awareness of the importance of data protection and to promote privacy and data

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Don’t Ignore the Elephant in the Room Let’s face it – digital transformation is hard, especially if your organization’s lifeblood ...
Death of Traditional Enterprise Storage

Death of Traditional Enterprise Storage

Traditional Enterprise Storage Back in 2003, Chris Pinkham and Benjamin Black, two engineers working for Amazon.com, proposed a dramatic overhaul ...
5 Pitfalls to Avoid when Selecting a Cloud-based Video Conferencing System

5 Pitfalls to Avoid when Selecting a Cloud-based Video Conferencing System

Cloud-based Video Conferencing System Pitfalls A recent survey revealed that three out of four executives predict that video conferencing will ...
How B2B Ecosystems & (Big) Data Can Transform Sales and Marketing Practices

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B2B Ecosystems & (Big) Data Managing your relationships with customers, suppliers, and partners and constantly improving their experience is a ...
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Cloud Apps Security Today, more than ever before, employees are working while on-the-go. The ease with which a worker can ...
Object Storage for Your Backups

Why You Should Consider Object Storage for Your Backups

Object Storage for Your Backups Ever since we can remember, files and folders have been stored on storage media using ...
Cyber Criminals Are Business People Too

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How to Improve the Backup Success Rate of Data Centers?

How to Improve the Backup Success Rate of Data Centers?

Improve Backup Success Rate According to industry analysts, a significant number of backup jobs (from 5 to 25%) are failing ...
Using IoT and Wearables as Part of the Customer Experience

Wearable Tech For Those With Disabilities: Shaping the Future

Wearable Tech For Those With Disabilities Wearable tech is one of the most exciting aspects of the rapidly growing tech ...
Beth Desmond

When Innovation Ignites – The Promise of Cloud

When Innovation Ignites “I am tired of hearing about how Cloud will allow customer personalization — I want to feel it!” I ...