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The 2012 Obama campaign took data-driven campaigning to a new level. In the future, more campaigns will leverage data to decide how to influence you to vote.
Hybrid clouds are helping enterprises find a balance between their IT infrastructure and public cloud services. But do they make sense for you?
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According to Matt Asay, AWS is a tough cloud competitor, one that will be tough to dislodge as it increases performance and functionality, even while reducing prices.
The startup world operates on a lot of lingo. This guide will give you a better context to understand the language of startups, venture capitalists, angel investors, and incubators...
Cloud computing is a new standard provided that software and hardware resources according to the customers' needs. Security of data in cloud is one of the key challenges which acts...
What exactly is Data Center Infrastructure Management? Is DCIM truly a new idea or just a repackaging of the same old methods?
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Here are solutions and recommendations for business continuity plans that must be changed to respond to the new risks associated with BYOD and cloud services.
Andrew Makar gives Gantter, a free project management collaboration tool described as a web-based Microsoft Project, a big thumbs up. Find out why.