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CIO Leadership, Services

Innovating Disruption

Breaking the Marketplace to Win

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I’ve always been a big fan of visionaries.  The top of my list is Albert Einstein, unarguably the greatest mind of the 20th century.  I’m also a huge fan of Elon Musk, Nicolai Tesla, Galileo, Louis Pasteur, those crazy fools over at DARPA, and the entire Google[x] team; brilliant scientists and inventors that believed that dreams were the stuff of innovation.  They turned the world upside down with their theories, their mathematics, their world-advancing inventions, many times in spite of mockery, disdain, and even threats to their lives and means of income.

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Technology, Applications

Fail Fast

Visualization is key to successful innovation.

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Tony_Velleca

Wouldn’t you want to know, before writing a single line of code, whether or not your app will be something people actually want to use?

Especially considering the challenges facing CIOs today. The demands on the CIO have evolved over the past two years from “give me ROI” to “get these apps out faster” to “give my users a better experience.”

To be relevant, the CIO needs to have a dynamic, fast-moving IT organization that can build apps that either save the company money or create a competitive advantage in an industry.

The only way to do that is to fail fast.


Business Issues, Big Data

What is the reality for Big Data?

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HP Blogger
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Business leaders share with Fortune Magazine their view of Big Data


Business Issues, Converged Infrastructure

Converged Infrastructure: what is it and why it's important

That's what we Twitter chat about Thursday, 2-3 p.m. EDT

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Converged Infrastructure is one of those fuzzy but self-defining technology terms. Let's dissect the term.

Converge: "come from different directions and meet at (a place)" or "gradually change so as to become similar or develop something in common." (source: The Internet, unnamed)

Infrastructure: "The basic physical and organizational structures and facilities (e.g., buildings, roads, and power supplies) needed for the operation of a society or enterprise." (source: The Internet, unnamed)

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Technology, Big Data

Dynamic Data Integration Part I

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Gabriel_Lowy

Distributed architectures with more fragmented data sets beget the need for a dynamic data integration platform that is flexible and scalable to bridge existing enterprise infrastructure to newer apps developed for cloud and mobility.  Data quality and master data management (MDM) are vital components of data integration to ensure consistency and reliability for upstream analytics. 


Business Issues, Cloud

Are we heading to glocal cloud?

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“What a small world!” – How many times did you hear or said this phrase? Well, I for sure say it often. The truth is the world isn’t small, but the way we communicate and do business at a global scale sure makes it look that way.


Business Issues, Services

Kenne deine Kunden, beleuchte deine Produkte, schaffe Vertrauen - Teil 2

Autor: Jean-Michel Franco, Product Marketing Director - Talend

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Dies ist der zweite Teil meines Posts über Stammdatenverwaltung, der anhand von Amazon.com den Wert verdeutlichen soll, den das Verwalten und Darstellen von Referenzdaten über zentrale Assets wie Kunden oder Produkte hat. Lesen Sie in Teil 1 die ersten zwei Punkte über Kunden und Artikelstammdaten.