Articles under the topic  Technology

Big Data - It's Not Just For Revenue

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Reading about big data, you'll find that most articles, blogs and stories refer to big data as a way to generate revenue. Big data is more than just finding new revenue streams or finding ways to bring in more revenue from existing customers. Anywhere that you have data, you have the ability to implement big data approaches to find 'new' knowledge from that data.  

Five Myths About a Digital Enterprise

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Digital Enterprise is a much broader concept but defined in very narrow terms. It is like the proverbial elephant, which is described by a few blind persons, each one defining it from one's own perspective. My intention behind presenting these five myths is to create awareness about the vastness of the scope of the Digital Enterprise concept. 

BYOD Employees Contributing More Hours at Work?

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Bring Your own Device is becoming a rule rather than the exception in most corporate environments. A recent survey has found that employees in enterprises that have embraced BYOD are likelier to clock in more hours at work. This survey is in contrast to the findings of an earlier report which suggested that productivity and organizational benefits appear limited for BYOD users. 

The Seven Rules For Digital Business And Digital Transformation

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Digital business transformation is one of the hottest board room topics in this year's strategy planning cycles. Organizations believe that they must begin the transformation process but many remain uncertain how or where to begin. Seven rules emerge from Constellation Research's engagements and interactions with Digital CXO Research Board members. 

The World's Most Unusual Data Centers: INFOGRAPHIC

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Whether you're on a PC, tablet, or smartphone, chances are you rely on a series of data centers to access the websites, email, and applications you use every day. Most people spend more time researching their hosting provider than they do thinking about the tech that drives it. But hidden among more than half a million data centers are some truly innovative and intriguing marvels of technology. 

BSE Shuts Market Due to Network Outage

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BSE in a statement today morning said that it will close all markets for sometime due to a network outage. It added that HCL's technology team is working to resolve all issues, and trading will begin shortly. Shares listed on BSE as well as its indices stopped updating since morning due to a connectivity issue.This is the second time in less than three weeks that the exchange has been hit by a connectivity issue. 

Interview: Charles Weaver, CEO of MSPAlliance

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Jack Koziol of the InfoSec Institute talks with Charles Weaver, the co-founder and CEO of the MSPAlliance about the work done by the association, the future of managed services and some of the challenges in managed services right now that are being overlooked. According to Weaver, cloud will be playing a more pronounced role in managed services. 

The Digirati Are Coming

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Your enterprise digital stance may be a challenge at the moment; culturally maybe the company does not enable open ideas or visible risk; it is up to you to decide whether you want to be a bystander while the world moves ahead or you want your destiny to be linked to the new world of digital enablement ? Are you ready? 

Understanding the Digital Customer Experience

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A company can differentiate itself from competitors in one of two key ways: by providing a superior customer experience or by offering the lowest prices. Digital technologies are the best means of engaging with customers and providing them a superior experience at affordable costs. This WSJ article states that enterprises need to pay more attention to their own digital transformation to keep pace with digital customers. 

Will Mobile Apps Force CIOs to Rethink Their IT Infrastructure?

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In the next one year, most mobile apps will sync, collect and analyze deep data about users and their social graphs, and by 2017, wearable devices will drive 50 percent of total app interactions. Enterprises will have to ensure that they have infrastructure in place that takes into account data collected, not only via mobile apps, but also from apps running on wearable devices. 

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