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Are You Ready For Artificially-Intelligent Enterprise Applications?

November 18, 2016 by Timo Elliott

We’re now clearly in an exponential technology world. Each year brings the same amount of innovation as the previous several years — and the human brain finds it hard to imagine the consequences.For perhaps the first time in history, technology is evolving faster than we expect it to. For example, experts estimated that it...[read more]

Shedding Light on Dark Data: How to Get Started

November 17, 2016 by Tom Anderson

Move over Big Data. There’s a new buzzword: dark data.It’s actually not so new—Gartner coined the term a couple years back—but dark data is finally starting to catch on in market research circles and it represents a huge untapped opportunity for insights!Gartner defined dark data as “the information assets organizations collect, process...[read more]

4 Use Cases for Embedded Analytics Which Boost Business Performance

November 17, 2016 by Eran Levy

Organizations that analyze their data can gain insights into their markets and their operations, become more productive and competitive and offer greater software capabilities and value to their customers. It makes sense that such analytics are available “at the point of data,” where data is produced by an application or consumed by end-...[read more]

SD-WAN promises ground-breaking network optimization so why the cold feet?

November 16, 2016 by Marc Sollars

IT departments are starting to think about their wide area network (WAN) strategies to ensure application performance based on the quality of the network route taken. Yet, Despite Gartner’s estimate that 30 percent of firms will use SD-WAN by 2019, these capabilities have not been fully defined for IT professionals. And there’s no one product that meets every firm’s needs.[read more]

How to Ensure Your CRM Data is Fit for Purpose

November 15, 2016 by Martin Doyle

Constantly improving the quality of your data is essential to remain ahead of your competition. Failure to keep your data up to date will result in a 30% erosion in the value of your most valuable asset, your data, which is why it’s imperative to manage and maintain it effectively. What’s more, as explained by Experian, 99% of...[read more]

CIO Priorities for 2017 – Managing the Tech and Talent Challenges

November 15, 2016 by Annie Bustos

The approach of a new year brings about thoughts for the future. For CIOs, it’s a time to consider the year ahead and create a priority list for both staffing needs and the platforms and tools that will be refined or implemented. The challenge lies in finding capable team members to lead the latest initiatives and to put in place new...[read more]

Information Is Now The Core Of Your Business

November 14, 2016 by Timo Elliott

Data is at the very core of the business models of the future – and this means wrenching change for some organizations.We tend to think of our information systems as a foundation layer that supports the “real” business of the organization – for example, by providing the information executives need to steer the business and make the right...[read more]

6 Ways Your Smart Home Data Will Help You Live a Better Life

November 14, 2016 by Larry Alton

Smart home technology is beginning to go mainstream, and it’s only a matter of time before integrated “smart homes” are as commonplace as smartphones are today. Through interconnected, wireless systems, we’ll have full control over our homes, remotely controlling and monitoring temperatures, humidity levels, and even the function of our...[read more]

Ethical Implications Of Industrialized Analytics

November 11, 2016 by Bill Franks

As analytics are embedded more and more deeply into processes and systems that we interact with, they now directly impact us far more than in the past. No longer constrained to providing marketing offers or assessing the risk of a credit application, analytics are beginning to make truly life and death decisions in areas as diverse as...[read more]

IoT's role growing as cities are pressed to get smarter

November 11, 2016 by CIO Dive

Cities are looking to the Internet of Things to help them track and report on sustainability and climate change goals required under various environmental regulations such COP 21 and Horizon 2020.[read more]

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The Analytics Software Learning Curve – How Steep Should You Go?

November 10, 2016 by Paco Darcey

There are a few different, and sometimes opposing forces in analytics software which make the process of evaluating, purchasing, implementing and using BI software products a complex process. The rapid pace of unstructured and structured data growth in many companies requires a reporting system which is sophisticated and powerful for:...[read more]

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Data Center Risk Assessment: Dangers of Arc Flash

November 10, 2016 by Megan Nichols

Data servers have access to their own cooling and power systems, however, without proper safety precautions, they're exposed to electrical risks, like arc flash. Don't let your data center fall victim.[read more]

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Want to Fully Leverage Data? Change the Way You Operate

November 9, 2016 by Rado Kotorov

We’re on the edge of a paradigm shift in the way organizations operate–and rightfully so. New technologies are developed daily and will only contribute to even larger volumes of information. To take advantage of the value data holds, enterprises need different skill-sets, decision-making structures and a new lens for evaluating business challenges.[read more]

Public vs. Private vs. Hybrid Cloud - Exploring the use Cases

November 8, 2016 by Annie Bustos

How do you choose the right cloud implementation model for your business - public, private, hybrid?Before I get into the nitty gritty, let’s first take a look at what the private cloud is. The essential difference between the public and private models is “sharing.” With a public cloud infrastructure, there is shared physical hardware...[read more]

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Responding to a Data Breach Starts at the Top

November 8, 2016 by Ryan Ayers

Data breaches can tarnish a company’s reputation, making it very difficult to win back customer loyalty and support. A leader’s response to a data breach can mean the difference between damage control and total chaos.[read more]