Hot on the heels of last week’s successful and inspiring Continue reading…and conferences, Whitehall Media is already well on track with the planning of our next national event: (MDM), 2013 – ‘delivering an and strategy for corporate, business and government.’ The event will be held at the Riverbank Park Plaza, London on 9 October, and will undoubtedly be the biggest Mobile Device Management event of the year. The Conference is being be sponsored by a number of industry-leading companies like Intel and Blackberry, and partnered by Computer weekly and Enterprise Management 360˚. Mobile Device Management 2013 is an event geared towards senior business, technology and operational leaders of corporations who are charged with purchasing, deploying and managing mobility and the mobile workforce in their enterprises.
We all want to have information at our fingertips. We want to be able to access this information when we want and at a time of our choosing. It’s a vitally important consideration particularly for enterprise. Mobile computing has made it a reality: businesses can access the internet or engage on social platforms anytime and anywhere. The only potential restriction to full access of the online world has been security. How secure is your sign-on? How are businesses able to ensure that their identities are managed effectively when accessing mobile applications? These are the type of questions that have troubled technology experts. Continue reading…
As the title would suggest, Continue reading…is big – very big in fact. The description ‘big’ barely does it justice. The massive volumes of data gathered from smartphones, vehicle sensors and clicks and keystrokes from keyboards and web servers are difficult to fully comprehend. IBM maintains that as much as 90 per cent of this big data has been collected in the last two years alone as technology and processing capabilities have improved. We’re now in a position where it’s estimated that some 2.5 quintillion bytes of additional information are collected and added to the mix every day. But having the information to hand is one thing: knowing what to do with it is another thing entirely. How can you get the best value out of these enormous amounts of raw data? How can derive insights that can truly benefit businesses? The only way to get a clear answer to those questions is to listen to the opinions of an expert. That’s why online network, Terra, sat down with Anukool Lakhina, founder and CEO of Guavus, a California-based software company to thrash out some of the most-pressing issues. Here’s what he told Terra.
By David Laverty, VP Worldwide Marketing, Information Management
In my last post, we established the importance of turning detailed audience data into true customer desire. To accomplish these lofty goals, organizations must embrace analytics in the era of Continue reading….
Where’s the Start Line and Finish Line for?
“What, Where and How do I start?” These questions are asked most often by many trying to play catch-up with technology industry trends and buzzwords. There are numerous conferences, seminars, webinars and forums on Continue reading…and cloud computing and seems overused word in day to day.
By Sushil Pramanick, Senior Managing Consultant for Business Analytics & Optimization Practice – IBM
One of the key best practices for successful implementation of a Continue reading…solution is to validate the business use case for . It will help organization with two important aspects for success:
evangelization is not for the faint of heart. At a recent industry panel that I was on, the moderator joked that there must be a petabyte-scale big-data cluster somewhere brimming with definitions of .
Imagine trying to cram all of that into one’s puny human cranium. At the very least, a big-data evangelist has to be crystal clear on how you yourself define and scope the topic. You must be prepared to defend and elaborate on it constantly. You must listen to and consider other points of view. And you must continually evolve your thinking, because this stuff doesn’t hold still for a moment. Continue reading…
If you think Continue reading…is only for big business, think again. As many of our small, growing customers know, is not just about data volume. You may not care a jot about the explosion of data your organisation collects. To you it may just be noise as you have all the information you need to push the business forward. But if you suspect that valuable insights are buried in this mountain of data – insights that could give you competitive advantage that you aren’t currently accessing or managing – you have a big data issue.
Computers, like life itself, are evolving into a higher form of organism. Driven to increasingly complex forms of networking and connecting to ever larger and more elaborate systems, they are becoming smarter, faster, more independent and more powerful. In fact, according to experts by 2035, our planet will be home to approximately 65 billion IP adresses. And we’re not just talking PC to PC, or smartphone to smartphone, it’s everything in between, including servers and API that connect people and things, consumers and enterprise. Continue reading…