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Protecting Your Data Wherever It Goes [INFOGRAPHIC]

March 5, 2015 by Zach Taiji

Your data.

In today’s world, the top four places your data is at risk is the cloud, email, third parties and mobile devices according to a new study by information security company Seclore.[read more]

How Cloud Is Creating Employment for the Blind and Disabled

March 4, 2015 by Natalie Lehrer

It’s no secret that adults who live with a disability frequently struggle to find their place in the workforce - not because of their impairment, but frequently because of the lack of jobs that can accommodate their challenges. Over the past several years a significant amount of money, time and resources has been dedicated to developing technologies that improve the quality of life for disabled individuals, from the ibot stair climbing wheel chair to Apple’s VoiceOver.[read more]

Cloud Ethics: Where’s the Line?

March 3, 2015 by Natalie Lehrer

Cloud ethics.

Ultimately, cloud ethics are fluid principles, which change along with emerging technologies. A paper from the University of Delft, The Ethics of Cloud Computing, suggests making use of the “precautionary principle”, which focuses on anticipating consequences without limiting investment.[read more]

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How Big Businesses Can Benefit from Investing in the Cloud

March 2, 2015 by Rick Delgado

The cloud.

Energy savings, improved globalization efforts, and experimental flexibility--these are just a few of the valuable benefits that cloud computing could provide your enterprise.[read more]

3 Reasons the Internet of Things Will Impact ITSM

March 1, 2015 by Jaime Spector

Internet of Things.

Discover the biggest immediate and future impact IoT will have on IT Service Management.[read more]

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How to Really Make Cloud Computing Work

February 27, 2015 by Rick Delgado

Cloud computing.

Cloud computing is only a tool, albeit a tool with man different functions. Figuring out the best ways to make the tool work for you requires practice and patience. Though it may take a while, starting small and eventually growing into it will help you better take advantage of all that the cloud has to offer. By working diligently with the cloud, you’ll be able to understand more and increase everything you’re capable of as well.[read more]

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The Economic Impact of Cloud Goes Beyond Business Cost Savings

February 26, 2015 by Anand Srinivasan

Cloud computing.

RingCentral published a report last year in conjunction with Forrester that looked into the economic impact of adopting cloud. According to the study, enterprises, with an average size of 600 employees, tend to save as much as $512,000 over PBX systems, another $95,200 over CRM system integration and could potentially increase revenue by as much as $5.3 million.[read more]

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Understanding Virtual Technology and the Benefits of Virtual Networks

February 23, 2015 by Anand Srinivasan

Virtualization.

A virtual network transforms the network operating model. Businesses that use it benefit from better, faster, and more efficient operations. In addition, service quality across a wide spectrum of IT functions improves dramatically[read more]

The TCO of Analytics in the Cloud and the Mid-Market Advantage

February 21, 2015 by Lyndsay Wise

Within analytics specifically, SMBs have been hard pressed to take advantage of solutions that required new hardware and large up front investments. Although many solutions now provide offerings targeted specifically to this market, the reality for many is that without a data centre or dedicated analytics and data warehousing expertise in-house, the ability to build complex applications becomes a challenge.[read more]

Follow the Money or Follow the Data? A Roadmap for the Funding & Adoption of Enterprise IoT

February 13, 2015 by Steve Sarracino

Internet of Things.

Unlike the Internet, which first saw success in the enterprise before creeping into our homes, the IoT is seeing early adoption with consumers. Just a few weeks ago, CES saw new smart devices at every turn, but the enterprise adoption of smart devices remains behind.[read more]

How to Position Big Data

February 11, 2015 by Martyn Jones

Position big data.

Fueled by the new fashions on the block, principally Big Data, the Internet of Things, and to a lesser extent Cloud computing, there's a debate quietly taking please over what statistics is and is not, and where it fits in the whole new brave world of data architecture and management. For this piece I would like to put aspects of this discussion into context, by asking what 'Core Statistics' means in the context of the DW 3.0 Information Supply Framework.[read more]

The Case for a 'New IT' Operating Model

February 4, 2015 by Bob Dvorak

Enterprise IT.

An IT budget is more than dollars and cents; human capital helps power innovation. The new IT operating model embraces a lean, rationalized application portfolio designed to free up resources. Embrace the power of the new IT operating model and drive digital innovation so your company not only survives but thrives.[read more]

10 Essential Tools of ITSM [INFOGRAPHIC]

January 28, 2015 by Jaime Spector

Tools of ITSM .

Like other enterprise business processes, IT Service Management requires all of the pieces to be in sync. Various process modules and toolsets must work together in order to keep things running smoothly and efficiently. Tools like the service catalog and dashboards are just as important as fundamental IT processes like Change and Incident Management when it comes to the overall scope of ITSM operations.[read more]

The Architecture After Cloud

January 26, 2015 by MIKE20 Governance Association

After cloud?

I think that Zach Nelson (Netsuite’s CEO) was wrong when he said that “cloud is the last computing architecture” but I also believe that his quote is a healthy challenge to take computing and business architectures to a new level.[read more]

Business Analytics Error: Learn from Uber’s Mistake During the Sydney Terror Attack

January 24, 2015 by RK Paleru
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Uber.

Recently, as a sad day of terror ended in Sydney, a bad case of Uber’s analytical approach to pricing came to light - an “algorithm based price surge.” Uber’s algorithm driven price surge started overcharging people fleeing the Central Business District (CBD) of Sydney following the terror attack.[read more]