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When Multiple Data Centers Make Sense

When Multiple Data Centers Make Sense
February 11, 2015 No Comments »

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The Myth and Reality of Disaster Recovery as a Service (DRaaS)

The Myth and Reality of Disaster Recovery as a Service (DRaaS)
February 9, 2015 No Comments »

In the IT world, the term disaster recovery is often paired with feelings of angst and frustration. Disaster recovery (DR) has long been viewed as a colossal project that takes enormous amounts of time, money and manpower to complete—and as ... Read More »

Net Neutrality: Curing Crony Capitalism With Corporatism

Net Neutrality: Curing Crony Capitalism With Corporatism
February 5, 2015 No Comments »

In case the joke in the title wasn’t clear, crony capitalism and corporatism are basically the same thing: governments and corporations teaming up at the expense of consumers/citizens and competitors. Unfortunately, many proponents of net neutrality look at crony capitalism ... Read More »

The Promise of Better Network Performance: SDN and NFV

The Promise of Better Network Performance: SDN and NFV
February 4, 2015 No Comments »

SNS Research’s NFV, SDN & Wireless Network Infrastructure Bible: 2014 – 2020 estimates that network-function virtualization (NFV) and software-defined networking (SDN) investments on the RAN segment alone will account for over $5 billion by 2020. The report says that by ... Read More »

Is Complexity the Downfall of IT Security?

Is Complexity the Downfall of IT Security?
February 3, 2015 No Comments »

Perhaps the wisest words on the matter of security were spoken by David Lightman (played by Matthew Broderick) in the 1983 movie WarGames: “I don’t believe that any system is totally secure.” Such thinking drives hackers, and it should drive ... Read More »

Cloud-Based Companies and Data Centers: Friends or Foes?

Cloud-Based Companies and Data Centers: Friends or Foes?
February 2, 2015 No Comments »

Recent discussions may suggest that data centers are on the decline, owing to a mass influx of businesses moving to the cloud—a move that is unlikely to change anytime soon. And although it may seem that colocation competes with the ... Read More »

Six Ways Big Data Could Damage Your Business—and What to Do About It

Six Ways Big Data Could Damage Your Business—and What to Do About It
January 28, 2015 No Comments »

As every marketer knows, the era of big data is here, and with it comes a huge smorgasbord of opportunities to connect with customers in amazing new ways. Vast quantities of customer information are now flowing into businesses from social ... Read More »

PCs Are Here to Stay—And So Is the Keyboard

PCs Are Here to Stay—And So Is the Keyboard
January 22, 2015 No Comments »

On a number of occasions, I’ve addressed the common refrain that “the PC is dead.” Well, it’s not dead, and the forecasted uptick in shipments combined with cooling growth in the mobile market suggests that, as I predicted, the various ... Read More »

Can Patent Trolls Be Stopped Without Systemic Reform?

Can Patent Trolls Be Stopped Without Systemic Reform?
January 20, 2015 No Comments »

Patent trolls are widely despised, but efforts to curb their more egregious behavior without undercutting the rationale of the patent system run into numerous difficulties. Yet with so much time, effort and money invested in patents—the U.S. Patent and Trademark ... Read More »

2015 Predictions: Data Science and Hadoop and In-Memory, Oh My!

2015 Predictions: Data Science and Hadoop and In-Memory, Oh My!
January 19, 2015 1 Comment »

As we all know, big data is not a new term, nor is it a new reality. In 2014, however, we saw companies start to truly embrace it. In fact, some have so much data that they don’t know what ... Read More »