By Joe Caserta, Caserta ConceptsIs Big Data a business initiative or an IT initiative? For decades, businesses have been trying to make sense of disorganized transaction data sprinkled throughout the enterprise, relying heavily on human resources to analyze data via data warehouses. Read More >>>
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By David Greene, Riverbed TechnologyIn this interview, David Greene from Riverbed technology offers expert advice for organizations looking to quickly, economically, and efficiently secure and protect data in the data center while ensuring that branches have the performance and resource availability required to successfully conduct business. Read More >>>
By Patrick Burke, Rackspace HostingCloud computing is truly earning its stripes: The latest institution to call on the cloud to cut costs and put its security features to the test is none other than the U.S. Navy. Read More >>>
By Patrick Burke, Rackspace HostingThe cloud gained a legal victory recently in a case between a startup and several major broadcasting players. The U.S. Court of Appeals in New York has refused to shut down Aereo, a service that allows users to record live broadcast content in the cloud for later consumption. Read More >>>
Daniel Joseph Barry, NapatechThree recent trends in the IT industry have improved the efficiency and effectiveness of digital services: cloud computing, big data analysis and mobility. Unfortunately, this also provides cybercriminals with fewer, and more valuable, targets. Read More >>>
with Tim Minahan, AribaIn this interview, Tim Minahan from Ariba outlines ways in which social business networks provide an easy way to link, coordinate, and conduct virtual business in today’s rapidly evolving business world. Read More >>>
IT Briefcase Exclusive Interview: Customer-centric Social Business with Tara Sporrer, Moxie SoftwareApril 1, 2013 No Comments
with Tara Sporrer, Moxie SoftwareIn the below interview, Tara Sporrer outlines ways in which companies can maximize the benefits of social business by making accessible the “collective smarts” of their organization. Read More >>>
By Srdan Mutabdzija, Schneider ElectricThis article discusses common issues SMBs face as they strive to achieve energy efficiency and maximize operations in their wiring closets and server rooms, and suggests solutions and best practices for helping overcome these challenges. Read More >>>
By Patrick Burke, Rackspace HostingOne of cloud computing’s most attractive features is its ability to scale back costs and allow an organization to redirect its IT department’s efforts from one of maintenance to one of revenue-generating projects. Read More >>>
By Patrick Burke, Rackspace HostingWhether being implemented in one of the world’s largest corporations or helping a mom-and-pop shop back up employee records and track supplier invoices, cloud computing is now a growing part of everyday business processes and functions. Read More >>>
By Joe McKendrick, Author and Independent ResearcherIf you’ve been to any IT conference in the past two years, or picked up any analyst report, or read any trade journal, you can be forgiven for thinking that the entire world is being swept clean of traditional PCs by mobile devices. Read More >>>
By Patrick Burke, Rackspace HostingIT’s latest trend seems to be one of, to borrow a colorful expression, the inmates running the asylum. More companies are relying on their employees’ cloud preferences and incorporating their personal choices of cloud apps into CIO-approved production boosters. Read More >>>
with Toby Rush, EyeVerifyIn this interview, Toby Rush from EyeVerify stresses the importance of mobile device security, and emphasizes the value of biometrics as a next-generation security solution that every organization should consider. Read More >>>
By Justin Strong, NovellIf an app can track my 26 mile run through a remote desert, then why can’t my company make an app to help me find client reports while away from my desk? So how is the enterprise responding? Read More >>>
By Cliff Schertz, Tiempo Development A key component of development, effective security practices that prevent compromised data, exploited vulnerabilities and other breaches are critical for creating a solid product that satisfies and protects customers at the same time. Read More >>>
Attend this informative event and develop a better understanding of IBM’s System Networking strategy and our vision for the data center of the future. In this one-hour webcast, we will discuss how we are helping clients like you address the challenges of today and tomorrow
In 60 minutes you will understand the full value proposition of SAP HANA on Savvis Foundation Hosting and have a better understanding of what to look for and how to make a realistic decision for your company
Discover how an IBM Cognos business-driven analytics solution—custom-designed to meet your organization’s unique needs—can provide game-changing advantages over a standard-issue ERP vendor’s approach to BI
By Dawn AltmanBig changes are in store for big data in 2013, as companies increasingly adopt newer methods of data management and storage. Three technologies remain poised to change data management: solid state drives, Ethernet-based storage protocols and data virtualization. Read More >>>
By Jake Robinson, BluelockAs an Infrastructure-as-a-Service provider, Bluelock sees a lot of migration of applications. Migration is occurring from physical servers to cloud, from private cloud to public cloud and back to private cloud from public cloud. Read More >>>
By Patrick Burke, Rackspace HostingThe 2013 International Consumer Electronics Show (CES) featured just about everything you ever wanted to know about mobile technology, cloud computing, Ultra HDTVs and the current and future state of nearly everything that requires a power source. Read More >>>
By Kurt Hagerman and Todd Gleason, FireHostIn the not-so-distant past, evaluating cloud infrastructure options was a simple task. There wasn’t a lot of variety in the cloud, so the choice came down to cloud vs. dedicated, and in pretty much every category but price, dedicated won. Read More >>>
By Patrick Burke, Rackspace HostingCloud-related skills represent the majority of growth opportunities in IT employment worldwide and demand for cloud-related positions is expected to grow by 26 percent annually through 2015. Yet lack of training prevents many cloud job positions from being filled. Read More >>>
By David A. Kelly, Upside ResearchIn the first of two columns this month that take a closer look at what’s new in the cloud computing space for the enterprise, I thought it useful to take a look at a company that is trying to set the bar for how to fully bring ERP into the future. Read More >>>
Despite wide investments nationally in electronic medical records and related tools, the cost-saving promise of health information technology has not been reached because the systems deployed are neither interconnected nor easy to use, according to a new RAND Corporation analysis.
Fuse ESB Enterprise is an open source ESB built specifically for messaging and integration. In this webinar we’ll first take a tour of the many features shipped with Fuse ESB Enterprise.
Next year will be the year of the mobile security threat, according to Internet security software giant McAfee, based on the predictions report it released today of the leading security threats expected in 2013. With online technology rapidly moving from computers to the palms of our hands, cybercriminals and hackers are evolving their methods to fit the times. Whether it’s the new Windows 8 OS or the trendy HTML5 browser language, cybercriminals will be stepping up their game in 2013 to capitalize on the newest technology.
IDC predicts that by that same year, as much as 10 percent of all data will be maintained in a cloud.
“Big data” is a big buzz phrase in the IT and business world right now – and there are a dizzying array of opinions on just what these two simple words really mean.