by Moazzam Adnan We hear a lot about the benefits that big data and cloud platforms can bring to businesses. The ability to collect and process vast amounts of information gives enterprises the power to engage with the real world in ways that have historically been extremely difficult, providing insights that can lead to new
By Adam Cramden While the “Bring Your Own Device” (BYOD) trend has come under criticism for exposing enterprise data to security breaches, the trend can be a viable, cost-saving option, if implemented correctly. Learn about the financial benefits behind the trend that’s set to overtake 50 percent of workplaces by 2017, according to Gartner. BYOD
By Ram C. Kumar Trends shaping Information technology Massive trends are reshaping Enterprise IT. It is buffeted by a converging storm of mobile, social and cloud technology such that, a decade from now, the Enterprise IT world is going to be a very different place. Trends like BYOD, BYOE, “Bring your own whatever” will have
Silicon Valley’s technology epicenter would also be affected if the Hayward Fault were to rupture. Most of the major global technology headquarters, such as Facebook, Google, and Oracle, are within 20 miles of the fault. The likelihood that the next great earthquake in this area would result in significant economic impact is high. By Patricia Grossi.
It is clear that Redis is taking off as a leading in-memory database solution, but what is it, exactly, that makes Redis so attractive to startups and application developers alike?
by Anne Friend Build your own cloud? With free open source? Too good to be true? Not quite. OpenStack provides you with the opportunity to make resources available to your people by creating your own cloud without paying huge software license fees — that’s true. But in the years we at Mirantis have been building
by David Goldschlag Companies want to leverage BYOD (Bring your own device) to mobilize more of their employees, granting them the freedom to use the device of their choice for work. As a result, Android is increasingly growing to be a key part of the enterprise IT landscape–and that makes CISOs nervous. They are now
It’s common for commercial products to use Cryptography with credit cards and DVD content scrambling. What’s relatively new is the conscious, routine use of crypto for communications and data protection by people for themselves. by Vikram Kumar (Mega’s CEO)
by Alon Alroy Chances are, at this moment, your phone is in your pocket, hand, or sitting on your desk close by. As our everyday dependence on mobile grows, its impact on the way we interact with people and content grows as well. When it comes to events and conferences, the smartphone is one of
The ultimate promise of math-based systems is to bring the principles of the Internet to money. Money is information and the Internet is the greatest information engine of all time. The missing link was a money protocol. by Chris Larsen –
CEO and co-founder at OpenCoin (UPDATE: renamed Ripple Labs in 2015)