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5 Ways Hadoop Can Help Healthcare Organizations and You

November 23, 2014 by Sameer Nori

Hadoop and healthcare

There are many different use cases for Hadoop in healthcare. Some of them include helping doctors, patients, and healthcare organizations include personalized treatment planning, assisted diagnosis, fraud detection, and monitoring patient vital signs. Learn how Hadoop is being implemented in each of these use cases.[read more]

China's "Great Firewall" Targets Cloud Services

November 19, 2014 by Natalie Lehrer

A plethora of websites including a popular content distribution network is currently inaccessible inside of China. GreatFire.org reports that EdgeCast's Content Delivery Network has been blocked from China for the past day. EdgeCast officially recognized the Chinese ban by releasing a statement on its website.[read more]

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What Every Business Owner Needs to Know About Data Sovereignty

November 16, 2014 by Ajay Patel

Protecting your data

Lately data protection has become the number one concern for business owners. However, if you want full data protection, you should understand what’s behind data sovereignty. From knowing up-to-date laws and regulations to understanding cloud technology, you can ensure data privacy for your business and your customers.[read more]

Police Body Cams to Use Government Cloud to Store Data

November 15, 2014 by Natalie Lehrer

Police body cams

Vievu, an innovator of police body cams, has announced that they have plans to begin selling cloud connected body cams that is fully compliant with government cloud regulations. The cloud body cams allow police officers to avoid the hassle of dealing with traditional storage means.[read more]

Meeting the Business Technology Needs of Midsized Companies

November 14, 2014 by Julie Hunt

Current technology trends are important for all organizations. Most midsized companies have these technologies at the top of their lists: Mobile, Analytics, Cloud, and Security. And each year many midsized organizations dedicate more budget for technology as a strategic investment, as Deloitte noted in a recent study.[read more]

7 Trends That Can Define the Future of Cloud Computing

November 12, 2014 by Stan Roach

cloud computing

One reason for everyone's huge confidence in cloud computing is that it is one of the most disruptive technologies to have emerged on the scene in the last decade. Let’s see if the seven trends given here can justify industry optimism about the cloud.[read more]

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Why Hybrid Will Be the Next Chapter for Cloud Adoption

November 10, 2014 by Vineet Jain

cloud adoption / shutterstock

Hybrid solutions open up whole new avenues for IT departments. They allow companies to maintain control over elements that are most important to them while offloading the burden of less sensitive data to the more cost-effective and convenient cloud. By adopting a hybrid solution, IT can have their cake and eat it, too.[read more]

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Storytelling with the Sounds of Big Data

November 10, 2014 by Paul Barsch

Risky Business column.

Trying to internally “sell” the merits of a big data program to your executive team? Numbers and facts probably won’t make the sales pitch complete. You will also need to appeal to the emotional side of the sale by incorporating the sounds of big data.[read more]

5 Things to Consider When Choosing the Right Cloud Storage

October 29, 2014 by Rick Delgado

The cloud.

For many business owners, growing their companies remains a key focus that drives many of their business decisions. One tool that is being adopted more often, especially in recent years, to facilitate this is that of cloud computing.[read more]

Your Personal Cloud Meets the Enterprise

October 26, 2014 by MIKE20 Governance Association

The cloud.

In organisations around the world employees are accidently merging their personal and professional cloud applications with dire results. Some of the issues include the routing of sensitive text messages to family members and the replication of confidential documents onto the servers of competitors.[read more]

How the Cloud Changes Business

October 25, 2014 by Jessica Oaks

The cloud.

Business is no longer carried on as usual – cloud computing has completely changed the game and how companies run themselves. Due to the introduction of the cloud and syncing technology advancements, how employees access company information, applications, share documents and work has gone through a face-lift in more ways than one, improving overall business processes and efficiencies.[read more]

How to Compare Business Intelligence Cloud Costs and Features

October 20, 2014 by Jason Bowden

BI cloud features.

As an IT provider, I am overwhelmed with all the options for Business Intelligence in the cloud and very confused by how to compare service offerings in order to effective provide the best solutions. In the article we will discuss some of the different offerings on the market and why all business are racing toward the cloud for Business Intelligence Solutions.[read more]

SAP & IBM Partner to Dominate Enterprise Cloud

October 16, 2014 by Natalie Lehrer

Enterprise cloud.

IBM CEO Ginni Rometty and SAP CEO Bill McDermott recently announced that the two computing innovation giants plan on collaborating in efforts to dominate the enterprise cloud. IBM will leverage it's vast network of data centers located around the globe while SAP provides the front end software that the world's largest enterprises such as Coca Cola have adopted.[read more]

How to Keep Your iCloud Account Safe From Hackers

October 11, 2014 by Rick Delgado

Safe iCloud.

Since hackers leaked nude photos of more than 100 celebrities from their phones to the Internet, people have been concerned about the security of the iCloud service, where the photos were stored. Fortunately, there are steps you can take to avoid becoming the victim of a similar attack.[read more]

Spotlight on SiSense: BI Without the Bandwidth

October 9, 2014 by Shawn Gordon

Spotlight on SiSense.

I was at DataWeek/API World in mid-September 2014 (last week at the time of this writing) and saw some interesting things, almost entirely around Big Data. The two items that stood out for me, were the Graph DataBase system Neo4j (which I wish I had time and a reason to dig into more), and SiSense, who absolutely blew my mind.[read more]