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Posts by Marie Lingblom

19
Feb

NASA CTO Weighs in on the ‘Face’ of Data

Faces and people are probably not the first things to come to mind when talking about data. But Deloitte thinks that should change.

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12
Feb

‘Invisible’ Analytics Get Better Big Data Results

The last couple of years featured lots of big numbers and discussion about the explosion of data and a theoretical gold mine of intelligence awaiting enterprises best-equipped to glean competitive information from it.

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5
Feb

Cloud, Collaboration Stir Up Talent Cluster

Collaboration in the cloud is simplifying communications everywhere and that is sparking more creative, and perhaps even more effective, ways of working together.

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29
Jan

Common Sense Rules in Cloud Contracts

Forbes contributor Joe McKendrick penned an interesting article this month about cloud contract negotiations, based on research findings published in the Stanford Technology Law Review. He poses the question: What’s negotiable and what’s not in a cloud computing arrangement? With cloud computing itself still evolving, negotiations among providers and enterprises are still evolving.

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8
Jan

McKinsey: Business-Focused Risk Management Balances Cloud Value

Pre-cloud computing information security typically focused on control via policies limiting access by IT managers and end users to reduce the likelihood of data loss, privacy breaches or noncompliance with regulations.

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18
Dec

Cloud-based Collaboration Marches Forward

The end of 2012 finds the cloud-based enterprise collaboration toolbox getting bigger as the market gains steam and vendors release more sophisticated solutions and services that integrate collaborative technologies via the cloud.

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11
Dec

Skills Gap Delivers Flash Point for Opportunity

Cloud, mobile, analytics and social technologies have taken off much faster than any set of skills sharp enough to keep pace. If these technologies are to live up to their promise of transforming business, government services and society, there’s work to do.

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4
Dec

IDC: ‘3rd Platform’ Spurs Transition, Competition

Technology market watchers are busy taking stock of 2012 and placing their bets for the new year. IDC is looking at 2013 as the time to complete the transition to what it calls the “3rd Platform,” as organizations look to integrate newer technologies and market competition becomes fiercer.

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27
Nov

More Road Paved for Big Data in the Cloud

We all know data is growing at astronomical rates, but there’s still confusion over Big Data. When it comes to Big Data in the cloud, there’s even less road traveled. This is changing.

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20
Nov

Social, Cloud, Collaboration Bolster New E-Mail Growth

It shouldn’t be surprising that most of the world’s e-mail traffic is generated by the corporate world.

What might be surprising, though, is that the global e-mail market is showing strong growth in terms of users and revenues, according to a new report from the Radicati Group. The analyst firm estimates that in 2012 there were more than 2.1 billion e-mail users worldwide, including both business and consumer users.

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