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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]

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Using Big Data to Boost Your Business

January 21, 2015 by Rick Delgado

Big data.

These are just a few of the ways big data can benefit your business. Even if you’re a small business, the benefits of big data can be gained through open source software, analytical startups, and cloud computing vendors. With these resources, you can go beyond what is cloud computing and big data and jump straight to the benefits.[read more]

Aligning Big Data

January 18, 2015 by Martyn Jones

Aligning big data.

This is an overview of the realignment and placement of Big Data into a more generalized architectural framework, an architecture that integrates data warehousing (DW 2.0), business intelligence and statistical analysis.[read more]

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3 Data Management Tips for Winning the Rest of ACA Open Enrollment

January 16, 2015 by Jeff Brown

With open enrollment well underway, here are a few tips to make sure your data stays accurate, regardless what might be happening in the marketplaces. Some states have experienced glitches, which makes data collection and processing all the more complicated for insurers that want to make sure they have every bit of required information about their new customers.[read more]

2015: The Year of IoT Pioneers, Analytics and Data Privacy

January 16, 2015 by Puneet Pandit

2015.

This past year welcomed widespread Internet of Things (IoT) adoption and hype, big data implementation, and growing concerns around data privacy and cloud deployment. As 2014 draws to a close, we look ahead with much anticipation for what promises to be a signature year for machine learning, predictive analytics, new IoT pioneers and a full overhaul in the distribution of the IoT.[read more]

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Storage Virtualization Take Off and Other Predictions for 2015

January 15, 2015 by Rick Delgado

Storage virtualization.

The future looks bright for virtualization. With the ways the technology improves productivity and makes companies more agile, the value behind virtualization will be something businesses won’t be able to turn away from. Virtualization can affect nearly every aspect of a business, most often for the better. As long as an organization has the personnel to understand and effectively deploy it, the benefits from virtualization will continue paying dividends in 2015 and many years beyond that.[read more]

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Is Your IT Architecture Ready for Big Data?

January 5, 2015 by Paul Barsch

Risky Business column.

Companies desperately need to assess their current situation and future business needs, and then design and deliver on a IT architecture that will deliver insights from all data types.[read more]

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5 Technologies You Ought to Adopt in 2015

January 1, 2015 by Rick Delgado
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2015 tech.

These five technologies show how much potential for change there is in 2015. At the same time, innovations not even on the radar will likely be noticed as well. Your business needs to be ready to understand and even adopt these technologies if you want to make major strides over the coming year.[read more]

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Cyber Security: Locking Out the Grinch from Your Application Network

December 18, 2014 by Bob Dvorak

Security.

How do you leave your chimney open for Santa while keeping the Grinch safely locked out? The right application management strategy can help outline where vulnerabilities lie and how to fix security weaknesses, minimizing your organization’s overall attack surface.[read more]

Signs the Cloud Isn’t Right for Your Business

December 17, 2014 by Kyle Cebull

What's different about you?

When you work on files in the cloud that are very large, it can be difficult to work on them through a browser or remote connection. Companies that do graphic design or deal with big data can sometimes have this difficulty and may want to reconsider the cloud for their organization.[read more]

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New Generation of Technology Will Rely on Analytics, Study Shows

December 16, 2014 by Jeff Brown

“We are in a time of profound change for business, technology and IT leadership,” said Leon Kappelman, Ph.D., Professor at the University of North Texas and SIM’s lead researcher and Professor of Information Systems at the University of North Texas. “Results show the focus of IT organizations and their leaders is changing, with a new emphasis on business value, strategy, innovation and speed.”[read more]

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From Police to Partner: The Changing Role of IT

December 12, 2014 by Tom Smith

IT security / shutterstock

IT professionals must adopt a new role that strikes a balance between employee needs and preferences and security. Here are four things you need to effectively become a partner rather than a policeman, while maintaining a secure company infrastructure.[read more]

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Changing Your Mind About Big Data Isn’t Dumb

December 8, 2014 by Paul Barsch

Risky Business column.

While big data technologies have enjoyed plenty of hype, there’s a new reality setting in regarding getting more value from big data investments. With this in mind, it's OK to step back for a moment, pause your programs for a time if necessary, and—yes, even change your mind about big data.[read more]