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Technology, Services

Develop Android Apps and Give a Breakthrough to your Business

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The world is going mobile! Everything around you is slowly getting more flexible as well as portable. With apps to answer each and every query of yours, people are becoming more gadget-dependent. Since the major intervention of the Android Operating Systems for mobiles, there has been a revolution in the industry of application development. Android being one of the most used mobile OS creates a huge market of users who are keen to experience new applications every now and then.


CIO Leadership, Big Data

Computers can never be Data Scientists

Data Scientists need to be good Data Artists too!

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They say it is the sexiest job in the 21st century in the world of Big Data – the Data Scientist. Emergence of new tools and techniques are empowering them to effectively glean the gold mine of information. Given the volume of data to be processed, it would almost seem like a job tailor-made for computers only. True, computers can certainly perform these computations … but can they think? Not as effectively as the human brain.


Technology, Big Data, Cloud, Mobility, Services

The Best Insurance Tech Investments

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Tech Mahindra

The insurance industry, as an integral part of the financial services industry, is closely linked to the rapid changes in economy. As the economy grows, the living standards of people increase and as a consequence, demand for insurance increases. With economic activity on the upswing, and reduced catastrophic losses, the combined ratios for insurers have shown improvement over the years.


CIO Leadership, Applications, Converged Infrastructure, IT Performance

Lack of urgency and speed hamstring digital transformation

MIT CIO Symposium to focus on digital organizations.

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jdodge

The appearance of a new CEO often signals a subsequent reorganization with a cadre of new lieutenants. After all, any leader wants loyal underlings who share the same vision and its leaders.

The same is true for CIOs who want to take the next step toward helping their organizations become a digital enterprise. Chief among the obstacles are a lack of urgency and the slow pace of change. 


Technology, Cloud

California Beschikt over een Top Graded Techniek School

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Business Issues, Cloud

The Internet of Things creates business opportunities like never before

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In terms of business models, the Internet of Things (IoT) shift is generating unprecedented opportunities that can be seized by companies to develop new services, enhance productivity and efficiency, improve real-time decision making, solve critical problems, and develop new and innovative user experiences.

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Technology, Big Data

The Conversation We Need to Have About Big Data

Big Data faces Big Problems

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CIO Leadership, Cloud, Mobility

How Twitter and blogging made two CIOs better

They explain in two prescient and recommended blog posts.

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Community Manager
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jdodge

CIOs Phil Komarny and Tom Catalini are social CIOs and in two must read blog posts recently explained how Twitter and blogging have helped them in their jobs and broadened their horizons.

Komarny, the CIO at Seton Hall University, started the thread with a splendid post about how Twitter has made him more curious, human and plugged in.

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Technology, Big Data, Mobility, Services

Where is the wearable I must have?

CIOs told to prepare for wearables, but why?

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jdodge

I saw a speech by a Google exec covered in a couple of places, advising CIOs to get ready for BYOW - Bring Your Own Wearables.

Puleez! This is what we in the newspaper biz call a toothless story. How, may I ask, do CIO prepare when they don't what products to prepare for?