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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
Dell and VMware hammer out deal, but no reverse merger

Blog  Dell and VMware have taken a step maybe only the first step on a journey to fund Michael Dells on-again, off-again love affair with going public. Dell Technologies, parent company of storage giant Dell EMC, is preparing a return to the public markets, fueled by a $9 billion recapitalizat...

Last updated: Jul 2, 2018   9:47 PM GMT  |  Blog: Storage Soup
Why interoperability is key to building confidence in IoT

Blog  Whether it's smart wearables, connected cars and machines, consumer electronics or smart city deployments, there is no denying the internet of things is growing at an increasingly rapid rate. According to the latest industry reports, the number of connected devices will reach more than 20 billion by...

Last updated: Mar 21, 2018   2:44 PM GMT  |  Blog: IoT Agenda   |      Data privacy, Data-security, Internet of Things
The future of IoT: Where do we go in 2019?

Blog  It seems as though 2018 is ending as soon as it began. But, upon reflection on the past 12 months, the year was quite eventful. We have seen the accelerated implementation of new technologies, including machine learning, AI and, of course, the internet of things. From consumers' mass adoption of voi...

Last updated: Jan 3, 2019   10:35 PM GMT  |  Blog: IoT Agenda   |      connected healthcare, Consumer IoT, healthcare IoT
Real-time location services crosses the chasm: 3 predictions for 2019

Blog  By all accounts, 2018 was a breakthrough year for real-time location services (RTLS), as organizations around the world derived real business benefit from being able to precisely locate people and objects in real time. Rapid growth occurred across a wide variety of applications, but none more so tha...

Last updated: Jan 16, 2019   9:12 PM GMT  |  Blog: IoT Agenda   |      IoT applications, IoT software, IoT verticals
What to expect at Red Hat Summit 2019

Blog  When IBM announced that it was going to acquire open source juggernaut Red Hat for a whopping $34bn last October, several industry analysts weighed in on the merits of the mega deal and who would stand to benefit more from the marriage. 451 Researchs William Fellows noted that the move puts IBM ...

Last updated: May 5, 2019   7:53 AM GMT  |  Blog: Eyes on APAC
Software insecurity in IoT: A problem of our own design

Blog  True proactive security is impossible if we do not first address the root causes of our insecurity: the introduction of vulnerable and poorly developed IoT devices into society. As businesses and individuals race to have the latest products, functionality and design, we have self-established our ro...

Last updated: Sep 6, 2019   4:48 PM GMT  |  Blog: IoT Agenda   |      Internet of Things, iot, IoT cybersecurity
Amazon Neptune: a shot in the arm for the graph database?

Blog  Amazon Web Services (AWS) announced its entry to the graph database market at its AWS reINVENT conference in Seattle in November last year. It was a notable announcement for a couple of reasons: it was the first graph database from the company (it offers a range of relational and NoSQL databases as ...

Last updated: Mar 21, 2018   5:23 PM GMT  |  Blog: Write side up - by Freeform Dynamics   |      AWS, Graph database, HANA
You Probably Don't Need a New Computer

Blog  Last week Acer sent me an email offering a touchscreen notebook for $299. With Windows 8, no less. I use my Android tablets as writing tools enough that, once in a while, when I'm using my old (Acer) notebook computer, I poke at the screen with a finger. Nothing happens of course -- except my wife l...

Last updated: Mar 24, 2014   6:00 PM GMT  |  Blog: Cheap Computing
Flipping the IT Paradigm: Enhancing Reliability of City Services While Reducing Costs

Blog  An Interview with Danny Santee, Enterprise Systems Supervisor, Information Technology, City of Aurora Tell me a little about the City of Aurora and its priorities. DS: As the 3rd most populous city in Colorado with over 350,000 people, the City of Aurora has over 3,000 employees who together adher...

Last updated: Nov 14, 2017   4:17 PM GMT  |  Blog: Quality Assurance and Project Management
DEFCON: Why conference harassment matters

Blog   This was reposted from The Ada Initiative http://adainitiative.org/2012/08/defcon-why-conference-harassment-matters/ written by Valerie Aurora. They get all the credit for this, not me. This weekend was DEFCON 20, the largest and most famous hacker[1] conference in the world. I didnt go to DEFC...

Last updated: Aug 19, 2012   0:46 AM GMT  |  Blog: SQL Server with Mr. Denny   |      SQL
2009 - That was the year that was

Blog   At this time of year, the web is full of reviews of 2009 and forecasts and predictions for the New Year in IT. Twelve months ago I did exactly that - suggesting nine priorities for IT managers in 2009. (Nine, for 2009 - geddit? Did you see what I did there?) So I thought I'd look back at those nin...

Last updated: Dec 22, 2009   12:53 AM GMT  |  Blog: Computer Weekly Editor's Blog   |      Broadband, Facebook, Government IT
Review: BlackBerry 10 and the BlackBerry Z10 smartphone

Blog   Last week, it finally happened. After all the delays, the BlackBerry 10 mobile operating system was revealed to the world and showcased on the company's new flagship handset, the BlackBerry Z10. It's not so much that there were high expectations for both the hardware and software, but more a hell...

Last updated: Feb 7, 2013   2:49 PM GMT  |  Blog: Inspect-a-Gadget   |      BlackBerry 10, BlackBerry z10, review
Nutanix hosts French 'leg' of .NEXT tour

Blog  Hyperconverged enterprise cloud company Nutanix holds the French leg of its .NEXT conference series this week on the balmy shores of the Riveria down in Nice... so what do we need to keep in mind as the festivities (and keynotes and breakout sessions) commence? Some of the bigger news items this ye...

Last updated: Nov 8, 2017   11:16 AM GMT  |  Blog: CW Developer Network
Citrix Presentation Server 4.5 and VMware VI3.5: A happy cohabitation

Blog   I have a confession to make: When it comes to Citrix's XenServer/Presentation Server/MetaFrame/WinFrame product line, I've always been biased. I simply love it. I remember giving people JDE software in a midsize manufacturing company (that has since been swallowed by a large imperial juggernaut.) ...

Last updated: Apr 16, 2008   3:50 PM GMT  |  Blog: The Virtualization Room
SAP under fire: Axel Angeli on why 2007 will be tough for SAP

Blog  Axel Angeli is a veteran SAP guru with a reputation for brutal honesty about the ERP market. You probably saw his predictions for SAP trends 2007 the other week. Well, Axel had more insights to share about what's going on in the SAP world, so we gave him the opportunity to write a guest editorial! A...

Last updated: Jan 26, 2007   11:01 PM GMT  |  Blog: SAP Watch
IBM's hybrid cloud flexes its capabilities

Blog  When McKinsey Global issued a report in 2015 that highlighted the potential of IoT, it noted two major challenges: interoperability and integration. Without the ability to interact with other devices and systems via standardization, the overwhelming potential of IoT will sit untapped. At IBM InterC...

Last updated: Mar 3, 2016   1:44 PM GMT  |  Blog: IoT Agenda   |      Hybrid cloud, IBM, Internet of Things
Feast or Famine Cycle

Blog  Working and building my Seattle IT Consulting Company my clients are the SMB market but in the last 18 years most of my previous clients have been a mixture with a predominance of fortune 500 companies. I like this because it has allowed me to see the beginning, middle and end of the technology sp...

Last updated: Oct 29, 2011   3:58 PM GMT  |  Blog: Modern Network Architecture
In 10 years, IoT will start consuming the smartphone

Blog  Everyone's busy talking about what the next smartphone will do... when will we have "wireless" charging (that isn't actually wireless) or an end-to-end buttonless touchscreen with curved glass. Everyone's hyper-focused on this indispensable phone that they could never imagine a world without, but th...

Last updated: Jul 18, 2017   5:12 PM GMT  |  Blog: IoT Agenda   |      Consumer IoT, Enterprise IoT, iot
RSNA attendees hoping radiology IT will improve field's prospects

Blog  CHICAGO There's a definite chill at this year's Radiological Society of North America (RSNA) Scientific Assembly and Annual Meeting, and it's not just the unseasonably cold temperatures made more miserable by the gray skies and wind whipping off Lake Michigan. Vendors have again crammed McCormic...

Last updated: Nov 28, 2012   6:24 PM GMT  |  Blog: Health IT Pulse   |      accountable care organizations, ACO, EHR incentives
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