Contributors

Impact of AI and 5G on the Possibilities of Data

By Ronald van Loon / November 14, 2018

Impact of AI and 5G This blog post was made in collaboration with Intel. A smarter world is now a possibility that is starting to sound real. Data sits at the center of this change, and data can be referred

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The Power of Reframing and the Economics of Starting Pitching

By Bill Schmarzo / November 13, 2018

Economics of Starting Pitching I’m a big fan of Woody Allen’s earlier movies such as “Bananas”, “Sleeper” and especially the award winning “Annie Hall.”  One of the things that always impressed me about Woody Allen was his ability to reframe the

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How the Oil Industry Can Benefit from IoT Technology

By Kelly Potter / November 8, 2018

Oil Industry Can Benefit from IoT In 2010, the Deepwater Horizon oil tragedy struck and took the nation’s attention for months. Two-hundred million gallons of oil spilled, 16,000 miles is the range it spread across the coastline from Florida to Texas, 8,000

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Professional Services Gain Momentum in Data Protection Software Market

By CloudTweaks / November 7, 2018

While Dependency of Organizations Shifts towards In-house Cybersecurity Professionals A major overhaul of data security led by stringent regulatory mandates has caused a meteoric rise in the adoption of data protection tools. Every enterprise dealing with consumer data has to

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Should Insurance Companies Be Using Big Data?

By Mike Brown / November 6, 2018

Insurance Companies and Big Data Your lifestyle, behavior, and attitudes can affect your health, and increasingly health insurance companies are finding ways to gather that information on you. With the rise of technology, many companies are compiling data sets that

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The cloud is essential for innovation – but it must be run differently

By Tristan Morel L Horset / November 1, 2018

Function as a Service Capabilities The cloud has changed. Ten years ago, it was all about cost. The benefits were clear: your IT team could access resources as required – provisioning some storage here, spinning up a VM there –

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The Current State Of Cybersecurity Shows Now Is The Time For Zero Trust

By Louis Columbus / October 31, 2018

The Current State Of Cybersecurity 41% of total breaches in 2017 targeted the healthcare industry, making it the most popular target for breach attempts. Personally Identifiable Information (PII) combined with user credentials tops the percentage of breaches with 29% according

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Four Puzzling Issues of Identity Authentication – Part 2

By Hitoshi Kokumai / October 30, 2018

Caveats about ‘Password’ Continued from Part 1… Sometimes the word ‘Password’ is narrowly interpreted as ‘remembered text password’ and sometimes it’s taken broadly as ‘whatever we remember for authentication’. We are of the view that it would be desirable to

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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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October 2018 Netskope Cloud Report

By CloudTweaks / October 25, 2018

With the increased adoption of public cloud infrastructure services like AWS in the enterprise, there’s also a growing need for clear identity and access policies to ensure sensitive enterprise data is secure. While many organizations have controls around cloud services

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