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Technology, Mobility

Global Mobile Virtual Network Operator (MVNO) Market Is Expected To Reach $73.20 Billion By 2020: Grand View Research, Inc has announced the addition of "Global Mobile Virtual Network Operator (MVNO) Market Is Expected To Reach $73.20 Billion By 2020: Grand View Research, Inc" Market Research Report to their Database.

Blog-post by Swati Mahajan, Wed, 05/27/2015 - 12:04

The global MVNO market is expected to reach USD 73.20 billion by 2020, according to a new study by Grand View Research, Inc. Increasing global mobile subscribers and demand for data services is expected to favor market growth over the next six years. MVNOs provide differentiated services to customers by targeting niche market segments such as retail, business, roaming, etc. This helps to avoid direct competition with MNOs and also generates additional revenues for both MVNO and MNO.

Technology, Mobility

Data Presentation on Mobile Devices Can be done in Better Way

Blog-post by Helios Solutions, Wed, 05/27/2015 - 09:28

Consumer as well as business sector has a very high demand for data visualization on smart phones. Data is the important element in stock market as well as sensor performance in industrial plant. Every one depends on data for monitoring various parameters that’s why data visualization or presentation becomes a very critical issue. Data helps the top management while taking big decisions and optimize the production or any other such process. In the current mobile era, every such data can be monitored even from the mobile devices.

Business Issues, Cloud

Does the cloud trigger wide innovation?

#CIOchat digs into this on Thursday. Join us.

Blog-post by John Dodge,
Community Manager
, Tue, 05/26/2015 - 15:07

Does using the cloud in and of itself trigger innovation? That's what we'll dig into during this week's #CIOchat from 2-3 on Thursday.

We want to find if the cloud is revolutionary or evolutionary. Does it have multiple or usually just one-off impacts? Can you plan for all its benefits or will some be serendipitous?


Business Issues, Technology, IT Infrastructure

Speaking the “System Management language” will reduce cost

part 2 of the Operational Challenge blog series

Blog-post by Jeffrey Lush,
HP Blogger
, Fri, 05/22/2015 - 17:37

Several technologies come into consideration when discussing server management.  As new standards emerge, the industry in general rallies to support the standard.  As software developers / OEMs (ie: HP, Dell, Cisco, IBM) embrace the standard, it becomes “publicly available” as an “Open Standard”.  Some vendors to provide enhanced functionality will “lock down” a standard for their equipment only.  While vendor specific technology may be advantageous to the functional requirements, an “Open Standard” approach typically renders a more integrated management infrastructure,

CIO Leadership, IT Infrastructure

The New Style of Business is a service-led approach

Jean-Paul Wagner keynote explains how

Blog-post by Ian Jagger, Fri, 05/22/2015 - 16:58

It's that time of year, almost June, and that means HP DISCOVER. I'm really interested in the keynote address from HP Technology Services SVP & GM Jean-Paul Wagner. Why? Well, he has really got some good things to say about the New Style of Business. It can be characterized many ways. One way would be where next-generation devices are the gateway for users to connect, communicate and collaborate… but IT needs to be architected to support these new dynamics. Simple enough, right?

CIO Leadership, IT Performance

IT communication still stinks

CIO Council study concludes it suffers from a lack of talent.

Blog-post by John Dodge,
Community Manager
, Fri, 05/22/2015 - 15:46

Communication between IT and those outside of it is a subject we've danced around at the Enterprise CIO Forum. We've talked about IT talking the langauge of business (whatever that is, exactly) as a way to build bridges with the so-called outside world. And of course, the CIO must forge relationsips with key stakeholders and customers.

Business Issues, CIO Leadership, IT Performance, Services

IT Communication in Crisis

A Lack of Communication Skills in IT Departments Hurt Innovation and the Bottom Line

Blog-post by Brendan McGowan, Fri, 05/22/2015 - 12:51

Communication between IT and non-IT employees is in a state of crisis — across job titles, across verticals, across regions. Four out of five IT leaders claim that building trust and credibility is highly important.

CIO Leadership, Technology, Big Data, IT Performance

Customer and Functional requirements for IT Management

part 1 of the Operational Challenge Blog Series

Blog-post by Jeffrey Lush,
HP Blogger
, Thu, 05/21/2015 - 17:11

Information technology presents unique challenges, which simply do not exist in other parts of our lives.  For example: Can you imagine placing different manufactures and tires sizes on your vehicle?  How about a different door handle and lock for each room in your home?  Of course not, the performance of our vehicle would suffer, and key management in our home would become a daunting task.  Now let’s merge the rate of emerging technology with the longevity and cost of technology, and we have the perfect challenge:  How do we effectively manage an IT infrastructure?

Business Issues, CIO Leadership, Technology, Big Data, Cloud, IT Infrastructure, Mobility, Security

Keeping up with Criminals: Reducing Cyber Security Cost and Complexity

Blog-post by Paul Lipman, Thu, 05/21/2015 - 17:02

Remember the good old days, when cybercrime was mostly about mischievous programmers wreaking a little havoc? Those were simpler times indeed. Today, cybercrime has become a global phenomenon, fueled by big money bounties, intensifying political unrest, and organized mobsters hiding in the nether regions of the deep web.