Carl Icahn sues Dell over plans to go public

By CloudBuzz / November 1, 2018

(Reuters) – Activist investor Carl Icahn filed a lawsuit against Dell Technologies on Thursday, alleging that the computer maker did not disclose “basic information” related to its plans to go public by buying back its tracking stock (DVMT.N). Icahn, who

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Data Science “Paint by the Numbers” with the Hypothesis Development Canvas

By Bill Schmarzo / October 26, 2018

When I was a kid, I use to love “Paint by the Numbers” sets.  Makes anyone who can paint or color between the lines a Rembrandt or Leonardo da Vinci (we can talk later about the long-term impact of forcing kids

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Four Puzzling Issues of Identity Authentication

By Hitoshi Kokumai / October 24, 2018

Four Puzzling Issues of Identity Authentication – Takeaways from Consumer Identity World USA 2018 – Introduction The so-called password-less authentication, if implemented literally, would lead us to a world where we are deprived of the chances and means to get

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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

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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

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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

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

By Dana Gardner / February 12, 2018

Bringing Together Managed Cloud Services The next BriefingsDirect Voice of the Customer optimized cloud design interview explores how a triumvirate of VMware, Hewlett Packard Enterprise(HPE), and Telefonica together bring managed cloud services to global audiences. Learn how Telefonica’s vision for delivering flexible cloud services capabilities to Latin

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Stephane Manos Discusses Thriving in the Digital Landscape

By Jennifer Klostermann / December 2, 2016

The Digital Landscape Said Heraclitus, the only thing that is constant is change; a phrase no more evident than in today’s computing digital landscape with innovations and developments occurring at exponentially increasing rates and often long before we can even

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Google Enters The Personal Assistant Fray

By Jeremy Daniel / May 19, 2016

The Week In Tech Let’s take a look back at some of the biggest stories in tech this week. The Google Assistant Siri, Alexa and M have got company. But the new guest at the party has no name, choosing

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Microsoft And The Public Cloud Boom

By Jennifer Klostermann / April 20, 2016

The Microsoft Public Cloud According to JP Morgan analysts Doug Anmuth, Sterling Auty, Philip Cusick, Rod Hall, and Mark Murphy, the cloud computing movement is “entering a new phase.” Implications are apparently positive for Amazon, though weak for Oracle, SAP,

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