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Technology, Cloud

How NGO's can benefit from the cloud

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RickBlaisdell

Without a doubt, cloud computing is changing the way we work and the way we communicate through technology networks. Nowadays, almost every business is using cloud computing services, so it is no wonder the fact that many schools, charities, nonprofit and non-governmental organizations are using it as well.


Technology, IT Performance

Open Source Mobile Touch-Based Social Chinese Clouds

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AdrianB

If you had to pick a winning news, feature or blog headline to garner maximum reader interest and the widest potential industry relevance these days then how about trying… Open Source Mobile Touch-Based Social Chinese Clouds.

Of the eight words in this banner, we can probably say that seven of them (excluding perhaps ‘based’) encapsulate the bleeding and leading edge of the IT industry at this moment in time.

 

Keyword #1: China in your handset

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Business Issues, CIO Leadership, Applications

Windows 8, State Street Corp.'s continuous transformation top October Quick Read

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Community Manager

Windows 8 getting traction in IT; how State Street Corp. transforms itself; and our top CIO Questions of the Week are featured in our October Quick Read, which summarizes the hottest topics at the Enterprise CIO Forum. Enjoy.


Business Issues, CIO Leadership, Security

Is Shadow IT bad? It depends.

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Community Manager
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BYOD and Shadow IT can work, but what should the CIO do when he or she finds out about a rogue app, cloud or device? CTOvision.com editor and former Defense Intelligence Agency CTO Bob Gourley (r.) tells Enterprise CIO Forum community manager John Dodge that the CIO can "kill it" or discuss BYOD with stakeholders. Bottom line: people will use any tool to do their job, regardless of who oversees it. This interview was done on Skype with Gourley  in Washington D.C. area and Dodge in Boston.

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Business Issues, CIO Leadership, IT Performance

Are information silos a big or small problem in your enterprise?

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Are information silos a big or small problem in your enterprise?
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Business Issues, CIO Leadership, Technology, Cloud

Practical SOA with Cloud Services

Integrating the cloud

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It is easy to experience pitfalls while expanding IT Architecture to consume cloud services. While larger companies can afford to hire consulting services and external integrators,  it is good to have an understanding of the basics to set expectation with vendors or even within the company. This can help plan speed of the cloudintegration or choosing which services to consume. The underlying assumption in this article; the organization has evolved from legacy tightly coupled systems to SOA design across the enterprise (including shared services)

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Business Issues, Technology, Cloud

HP’s cloud CTO: ‘It’s time for CIOs to embrace opportunities of the cloud’

Cloud due for a new moniker and beyond Infrastructure as a Service: Christian Verstraete

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jdodge

Our own prominent blogger and HP chief cloud technologist Christian Verstraete was recently featured in Siliconrepublic.com, a prominent tech web site based in Ireland. Good read...check it out...   


Business Issues, Technology, Cloud

Can you escape vendor lock-in with the cloud?

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Community Manager
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Our latest Question of the Week asks about how enterprises can avoid vendor lock-in and still get maximum benefit from the cloud. The discussion has generated a raft of insightful comments. Join in.


Technology, Cloud

Reasons to adopt PaaS

Blog-post by,
RickBlaisdell

A new research from IBM Center for Applied Insights shows that IT decision makers quote big data as one of the main reasons to adopt platform as a service in their businesses. Although SaaS is very popular, most CIOs have not paid that much attention to cloud-based PaaS solutions.


Technology, Cloud

“Cloud and Mobile”: What is the future of this relationship?

Cloud computing, mobile devices drive innovation, flexibility

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Who is dating who is always interesting for people, especially when it is regarding celebrities and popular folks. Well here we are about to discuss one of the rapidly flourishing association in technology industry and yes both parties are super popular i.e. cloud computing and mobile. Coming to the point businesses and users are looking for availability of data, email and applications anytime and from any location whether they are at home, on-premise or on move.

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