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There's a longstanding bromide in IT circles that people fear change, and a key activity for leaders is to mitigate that fear. Patrick Gray explores why this notion is completely m...
When best laid product plans go awry, you may need to issue a code red. This is when you look to the several backup plans developed as part of your big data strategy.
The open-source community is beating up Red Hat for deciding to make OpenStack more enterprise-ready. Is this a replay of Red Hat's "enterprise Linux" decision in 2003?
The Business IT function sits between traditional IT teams and end users. Get the lowdown on whether this trend is mission critical for your organization, or just another layer of ...
Jack Wallen digs into Linux Deepin and comes out impressed. See what this fringe Linux distribution has to offer, and discover if its your next platform.
Retrospective Spectrum Access Protocol: A Payoff-based Learning Algorithm for Cognitive Radio Networks
Decentralized Cognitive Radio Networks (CRNs) require efficient channel access protocols to enable cognitive Secondary Users (SUs) to access the primary channels in an opportunisti...
Now-a-days, spatial data is becoming as a key element for effective planning and decision making in all aspects of societies. Spatial data are those data which are related to the f...
Intelligently partitioning the last-level cache within a Chip Multi-Processor (CMP) can bring significant performance improvements. Resources are given to the applications that can...
Jack Wallen expounds upon HP's offering of WebOS to the open source community. Is this the makings of a Phoenix rising from the ashes or a death knell for WebOS?
Swooping in and getting things done in the organization's darkest hour might seem heroic, but it's not. In the long run, this is also one of the costliest ways to operate an IT sho...