Big Data can be a double edged sword- expansive information about your customers, processes or products can help you grow and improve, but too much can bury you in cost and confusion. Here's four Big Data challenges companies need to be aware of.
The distinctions between the different types of clouds can be confusing. Public, Private, Hybrid- what exactly sets them apart and which is right for your business? Let's clear the air between the three.
While it may have a funny name, Hadoop provides all of the key elements which make this open-source software framework a powerhouse for those needing speed, strength and dependability. Here's a breakdown of it's key features.
Many IT leaders are apprehensive about heading into the wilds of a public cloud which is why Amazon Web Services' VPC provides hybrid private cloud capabilities combining the openness of a public network and the security of a private one. But here's what you should know about it first.
Transparency and fairness must prevail for electronic records and signatures to be considered valid which is where CFR Part 11 of the Code of Federal Regulations finds its relevance. While it gives companies the guidelines to do this successfully and succinctly, Oracle EnterpriseOne gives companies the platform and controls to implement it in just 15 steps.
Resistance to change is understandable when it comes to the Database, but the many benefits of Microsoft's SQL 2016 should make any IT leader consider the upgrade.
A Google search for the term "Cloud Computing” returns over 74 million results. Three questions come to mind: Why so popular? Who coined the term? And, what exactly does it mean?
Has the H-1B process gone from adding hard to find skills that will strengthen the U.S. to one now mostly profiting foreign corporations?