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The Only Thing We Have to Fear: It’s Not AI

The Only Thing We Have to Fear: It’s Not AI
December 9, 2014 No Comments »

Artificial intelligence (AI) has long been the stuff of sci-fi/horror hybrids like the Terminator franchise, as well as literary works that preceded Hollywood movies. Recently, a number of celebrities have expressed concern over the possibility that AI could lead to ... Read More »

Three Things to Know About the Internet of Things (IoT) and the Coming Service Revolution

Three Things to Know About the Internet of Things (IoT) and the Coming Service Revolution
December 4, 2014 No Comments »

By the year 2020, the “Internet of Things” (IoT) will be transforming our world. The IoT phenomenon, according to industry experts, will comprise 26 billion connected “devices,” including medical devices, home security systems and vehicles—and possibly even the shoes on ... Read More »

Achieving Data Center Agility With Converged Infrastructure

Achieving Data Center Agility With Converged Infrastructure
December 3, 2014 No Comments »

Most enterprises rely on their data centers to offer services to internal and external users. Important concerns for any data center today include the following: Faster provisioning of new services to meet sudden business demands Scaling existing services without affecting ... Read More »

Is Mobile Mania Ending?

Is Mobile Mania Ending?
December 2, 2014 No Comments »

With the flood of tablet and smartphone purchases over recent years, often at the expense of PC sales, the mantra claiming the death of the PC gained steam. But as one would eventually expect from any hot trend, momentum for ... Read More »

Essential Growth Strategies for Mid-Market Organizations in 2015

Essential Growth Strategies for Mid-Market Organizations in 2015
December 1, 2014 No Comments »

As mid-market customers plan ahead for 2015 amidst a recovering economy, they continue to face a number of challenges. How can they improve customer service, launch innovative new products and services while streamlining operations under tight budgetary and time restrictions? ... Read More »

A Dissenting View on Net Neutrality (Part 3)

A Dissenting View on Net Neutrality (Part 3)
November 26, 2014 No Comments »

This article is part 3 of a series looking at the issue of net neutrality as it relates to a free market. Also see part 1 and part 2 of this series. The contentious issue of net neutrality revolves around ... Read More »

5 Unexpected Ways Businesses Can Use Smartphones to Drive Profit

5 Unexpected Ways Businesses Can Use Smartphones to Drive Profit
November 24, 2014 No Comments »

No matter the product, service or industry, mission or corporate philosophy, nearly every business is bottom-line driven. And there is no shortage of ingenuity as to how companies try to glean more profit out of existing processes. Every so often, ... Read More »

A Dissenting View on Net Neutrality (Part 2)

A Dissenting View on Net Neutrality (Part 2)
November 20, 2014 No Comments »

This article is part 2 of a series looking at the issue of net neutrality as it relates to a free market. Also see part 1 and part 3 of this series. Net neutrality is a contentious issue that seems ... Read More »

A Dissenting View on Net Neutrality (Part 1)

A Dissenting View on Net Neutrality (Part 1)
November 18, 2014 No Comments »

This article is part 1 of a series looking at the issue of net neutrality as it relates to a free market. See also part 2 and part 3 of this series. Net neutrality is an issue that is surrounded ... Read More »

Stopping Cybercrime in Its Tracks

Stopping Cybercrime in Its Tracks
November 17, 2014 No Comments »

Global business-to-consumer e-commerce sales are expected to reach $1.47 trillion in 2014, a rise of nearly 20% from last year, according to eMarketer. That’s good news for companies that offer products and services online—but it’s only half of the equation. ... Read More »