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Improving SAP HANA Performance, Resiliency and Flexibility: It's a lot easier than you think

Blog  Early adopters of the SAP HANA in-memory database were stuck with one infrastructure platform option: industry-standard x86 servers. As some of these organisations have discovered the hard way, limited options have left them with limited performance, resiliency and flexibility. These limitations ar...

Last updated: Jun 23, 2017   12:54 AM GMT  |  Blog: Innovation Through Infrastructure   |      SAP HANA
Your business needs to leverage its big data now

Blog  Big data is everywhere. From cloud-connected cars to smart factories to emergency response simulations, it has become an essential tool for governments and businesses. According to IBM, 2.5 quintillion bytes of data are created every day, and 90% of today's data emerged in the past two years alone. ...

Last updated: May 5, 2016   4:50 PM GMT  |  Blog: IoT Agenda   |      Big Data, Data storage, Internet of Things
Ten tips for improving mobile device security in hospitals

Blog  In order to comply with HIPAA and the HITECH Act, it's imperative to combat mobile device loss, theft and physical damage. Rebecca Herold, an information privacy, security and compliance consultant who runs Rebecca Herold & Associates LLC, highlighted 10 risk reducing actions for mobile device s...

Last updated: Aug 23, 2011   4:57 PM GMT  |  Blog: Health IT Pulse   |      HIPAA Privacy Rule, HITECH Act, Meaningful use
The Breakup of the Great Ottoman Storage and E-Discovery Empires

Blog  With this being the centennial of the start of World War I, and with what's going on in the storage industry lately, it isn't surprising if you're also being reminded of the decline and fall of the Ottoman Empire. Well, okay. Maybe only if you're a history buff. In case you were dozing in the back...

Last updated: Oct 30, 2014   11:37 PM GMT  |  Blog: Yottabytes: Storage and Disaster Recovery   |      Autonomy, Documentum, E-discovery
Five IoT trends to remain relevant in 2018

Blog  If we distance ourselves from all the hype surrounding the internet of things, we will have a well-established sphere that successfully works for businesses and consumers around the world. Over the last couple of years, I had increasingly active experience of software development for the internet o...

Last updated: Feb 9, 2018   6:53 PM GMT  |  Blog: IoT Agenda   |      Consumer IoT, Enterprise IoT, IIoT
What Will be the Trump Effect on Data Storage?

Blog  The election of Donald Trump as President of the United States could have some really interesting implications for data storage, data sovereignty, and encryption. If by interesting you mean Really Scary and Bad. The Internet Association, a group of about 40 Internet vendors including Amazon,...

Last updated: Nov 29, 2016   5:29 AM GMT  |  Blog: Yottabytes: Storage and Disaster Recovery   |      Encryption, government, privacy
With safety and surveillance under its belt, video tackles insight

Blog  Whether in airports or bank vaults, warehouses or showrooms, most organizations strive to safeguard their people and property by monitoring with video cameras. Approximately 60% of Fortune 250 companies use video as part of their corporate security strategy. In the early days, video meant closed-ci...

Last updated: Dec 7, 2016   8:45 PM GMT  |  Blog: IoT Agenda   |      Data Analytics, Internet of Things, iot
The pros and cons of pull and push models for processing IoT data

Blog  Architects of industrial IoT systems face a crucial decision when choosing which model of data flow to use in their design. Their first option, the "push" model, can be simpler to build, reducing the amount of time to release an initial system on which to build enterprise IoT applications. The alter...

Last updated: May 8, 2017   5:00 PM GMT  |  Blog: IoT Agenda   |      data flow, Data Management, data pull
Bring future-proof IoT solutions to market faster

Blog  Gartner Research predicted that 8.4 billion connected things will be in use globally this year, a 31% increase from 2016. And it expects this number will grow to 20.4 billion by 2020. Indeed, the firm expects total spending on endpoints and services to reach almost $2 trillion in 2017 alone. As orga...

Last updated: May 11, 2017   3:44 PM GMT  |  Blog: IoT Agenda   |      Consumer IoT, Enterprise IoT, Internet of Things
Best design practices for IoT device iteration

Blog  SaaS and agile development have paired to bring constant iteration to software for a while now. And the market is better for it, receiving new features and product updates as soon as they are available (versus the 12 or 18 month software release cycle when software shipped in a box.) IoT brings this...

Last updated: Apr 13, 2017   7:48 PM GMT  |  Blog: IoT Agenda   |      Developers, Enterprise IoT, Internet of Things
Phones Are the New Thin Clients

Blog  I hope you read the review of LogMeIn Ignition for iPhone that was published today. This is a great app and one that I've been using for years, not just on my iPod touch but also on a variety of Windows phones. This is the best example of thin-client computing I know of, as it lets you use one not ...

Last updated: Mar 14, 2010   5:15 PM GMT  |  Blog: Brighthand Bytes
Zinstall XP7 Offers Remarkable XP to Windows 7 Migration Capabilities

Blog  For several months now, I've been interacting with the folks at Zinstall about their various products, most notably Zinstall XP7. This tool works with any version of Windows 7 (including Starter, Home Basic,and Home Premium) to migrate an existing, standaloneWindows XP runtime environment into...

Last updated: Aug 16, 2010   10:35 PM GMT  |  Blog: Windows Enterprise Desktop
Oracle on Linux: Users speak out

Blog  Last week I asked you readers out there what you think about the future of Linux -- will desktop Linux ever achieve the dream of world domination? What about Oracle on Linux? Last year, IOUG president Ari Kaplan predicted that Linux would be the top operating system for Oracle DBMS deployments in 20...

Last updated: Apr 3, 2007   1:06 PM GMT  |  Blog: Eye on Oracle
Virtualization divination: Which expert predictions came true in 2016?

Blog  At the beginning of 2016, we asked our panel of experts on the SearchServerVirtualization Advisory Board to gaze into their crystal balls and offer predictions for virtualization trends in 2016. These predictions came hot on the heels of Dell announcing its acquisition of EMC, so it's no surprise th...

Last updated: Jan 27, 2017   4:30 PM GMT  |  Blog: The Virtualization Room
EMC World 2011 Day 1

Blog  So today was the first official day of EMC world. I had a great time meeting some fantastic people like Chuck Hollis from EMC. There were also some fantastic sessions. This year EMC is doing something new and putting the sessions online through an iPad app as well as putting them on their Faceboo...

Last updated: May 10, 2011   2:00 PM GMT  |  Blog: SQL Server with Mr. Denny
The critical importance of configurability for industrial IoT systems

Blog  The purpose of bringing industrial-connected equipment to market is to embed your products and services inside the customer value chain and break the spiral toward hardware commoditization. To accomplish this goal, you must first understand each link of the chain, mapping the requirements, skills an...

Last updated: Jul 31, 2018   5:02 PM GMT  |  Blog: IoT Agenda   |      Application configuration, configuration, IIoT
Edge computing and AI: From theory to implementation

Blog  The huge coverage devoted to the topics of AI and edge computing sparked an idea when I recently visited JFK Airport. My journey coincided with a severe weather storm that disrupted travel along the East Coast. This situation illustrates how customer service agents assist passengers (at the edge) wh...

Last updated: Nov 15, 2017   8:46 PM GMT  |  Blog: IoT Agenda   |      ai, Artificial intelligence, Edge computing
Hadoop - is the elephant packing its trunk for a trip into the mainstream?

Blog   This is a guest blog by Zubin Dowlaty, head of innovation and development at Mu Sigma.   Hadoop, the open-source software platform for distributed big data computing, has been making waves over the recent past. The IPO of HortonWorks in December 2014 contributed to that, and the stock market a...

Last updated: Apr 27, 2015   3:05 PM GMT  |  Blog: Data Matters   |      Hadoop, MuSigma, Spark
Doing more with less how would Alexander the Great have tackled todays big data challenge?

Blog  This is a guest blogpost by Partha Sen, CEO and co-founder of Fuzzy Logix. Ever heard of the legend of Alexander the Great and the Gordian Knot? According to the myth, Alexander was confronted on his travels with an ox cart tied with a knot so fiendishly difficult that no man could untangle it. Ale...

Last updated: Nov 2, 2017   3:36 PM GMT  |  Blog: Data Matters
Augmented Reality: Ready to get Real?

Blog   Augmented Reality is a technology that has promised much but delivered little. Mixing the physical and virtual worlds by overlaying text, images and video content on top of real life in real time, AR has long been touted as the next big thing, both in the consumer and professional technology arenas...

Last updated: May 3, 2012   12:04 AM GMT  |  Blog: Inspect-a-Gadget   |      AR, augmented reality, Aurasma
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