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Technology, Cloud

Mobile Enterprise Applications

Till a few years ago, the use of mobile apps was only limited to weather look-ups and Angry Birds. Its role as an essential client interface was beyond the imagination of many. So was it that one fine day things radically overturned for mobile apps?

Blog-post by,
corelynx

Till a few years ago, the use of mobile apps was only limited to weather look-ups and Angry Birds. Its role as an essential client interface was beyond the imagination of many. So was it that one fine day things radically overturned for mobile apps? Michael Fauscette (research analyst at IDC) provides a detailed insight –


Business Issues, IT Performance

Business & Technology: Partnering for Success

Blog-post by,
Caleylandiorio

One of the greatest challenges facing retailers is the disconnect that exists between IT and business teams.

This disconnect manifests itself in the miscommunication and misunderstanding of goals, roles and requirements, producing unmet expectations from both groups. This often results in new technology projects slowing down or even stopping, preventing organizations from delivering exceptional customer experiences and causing both IT and business leaders to appear inefficient.

Research from Forrester demonstrates just how disjointed this relationship is:


Business Issues, Big Data, Cloud

A data center 609 square miles times six

By 2030, that's the size of the data center you'd need to store thw world's data

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HP Blogger
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Christian

By 2030, the amount of data is forecast to have grown to 1 Yottabyte (a lotta bytes, for sure...think 1 followed by 24 zeroes). That was the prediction of Martin Saddler from HPLabs, who I heard make a presentatation in London a few weeks ago.

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Business Issues, Applications, Cloud

Should CIOs should encourage shadow IT spending?

CEB thinks so.

Blog-post by,
Community Manager
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jdodge

The headline that CIOs should "encourage" Shadow IT spending caught my eye. Should they?

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Business Issues, Cloud

Uncover data insights from all angles

Do you view uncovered insights within your business as a “diamond in the rough”? These insights truly are a treasure, and now you can easily uncover them.

Blog-post by,
HP Blogger
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How do you discover and gain better insights into your business? How do you uncover and capture human insights that are not necessarily quantifiable and transform them into bits and bytes?  There are a few questions to ask yourself to gain this knowledge:

Tags: HP Cloud

Business Issues, Technology, Cloud, Security

Constantly monitoring third party providers is critical

AT&T April breach is why you should insist cloud providers track their employees.

Blog-post by,
Community Manager
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jdodge

On the surface, your cloud providers could appear to have the best logical and physical security in the world, but it's all for naught if they have untrustworthy employees. AT&T and its customers just learned that the hard way in an April records breach.

AT&T, dinged for delaying the public disclosure of the breach until last Friday, issued the following statement to reporters, according to coverage of the incident at CIO.com.

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Technology, Cloud

Private Cloud Solutions From ESDS

Blog-post by,
pravinganore

ESDS has already established itself as a provider of cloud solutions, but not everyone knows that our company, unlike many others, not only offers its own cloud but also helps to build another cloud.

Who needs a private cloud?

We were in creation of private cloud for over a year, during which time we were able to achieve a sufficiently clear understanding of who and what is needed for private clouds.


Business Issues, CIO Leadership, Technology, Big Data, Cloud, Mobility

Understanding The Three P’s of Manufacturing: People, Processes and Problems

Blog-post by,
TomComstock

One glance at international headlines on any given day and you’ll be delivered with a dose of troubling news within the global manufacturing industry.

 

A fire in a refinery, a major chemical spill, an evacuation after a gas leak, numerous workers injured or killed. In manufacturing, especially in the chemical, oil & gas and energy-based process industries, the smallest abnormal situation can trigger a series of events that can ultimately lead to disaster if they are not contained quickly.

 


Technology, Applications, Converged Infrastructure

Is there a need for agile architecture?

Blog-post by,
HP Blogger
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Last week I was interacting with a number of technologists where we were discussing the need for organizations to be more agile and the implications this may have on an organization’s architecture efforts in general and enterprise architecture in particular.

The same pressures shifting the needs of the business are present where business and technology meet and should affect the creation and use of architecture work products. Much can be learned from what’s happening in the agile development space, and applied to architecture:

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