Data management has become a team sport. So how can CIOs develop winning plays to ensure that their organizations derive full benefits from their data? Here are four ways.
The person going by the name Satoshi Nakamoto made waves in 2008 by announcing the launch of bitcoin. Bitcoin was the world’s first digital currency, but a number of others have reached the market as well. Litecoin, etherium, ripple and Monero are just a few. DasCoin is one of the newest virtual currencies to reach the market. They have all benefited from big data.
Imanis Data bets data management farm on backupbot Machine learning data management company Imanis Data has introduced an autonomous backup product powered by machine learning.…
Microsoft HoloLens mixed reality glasses have always been interesting technology, but it’s never been clear how the company would move from novelty device to actual viable business use cases. Today, it made a move toward the latter, announcing a couple of applications designed to put the HoloLens to work in Dynamics 365, giving it a real business purpose.
Dynamics 365 is Microsoft’s one-stop shop for CRM and ERP, where a company can work on some of its key business software functions including field service in an integrated fashion.
The “Stranger Danger” hysteria of the late 1900s did more
harm than good. Follow up data found that children were hundreds of times more
likely to get abducted by a family member than a stranger. Unfortunately, this
blinded people to the very real problems children do face in the 21st-century.
The good news is that parents are finally becoming more aware of the issues.
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Information Technology departments are increasingly turning to data to help them manage the growing complexity of their IT infrastructure. For Sysadmins and support engineers alike, maintaining a sprawling endpoint landscape comprised of different operating systems, software versions and configurations on every computer, server across the organization has become a major challenge.
Until recently, it was not uncommon for a business to dedicate up to 75% of its IT budget just to maintain existing IT operations.
Cloud services — where our data, apps and computing power are all being managed in servers owned by others, many miles from where we are sitting — have taken off like a rocket in the decade with the rise of smaller devices, but in the business world, hybrid solutions — mixing cloud with on-premise architectures — remains the order of the day.