Category Archives: cio

First ARM-based servers in production support Baidu’s cloud storage

Originally posted on Gigaom:
Chinese search engine giant Baidu is using ARM-based servers from Marvell making it the first company to depend on servers using the cell-phone chip in a production environment. Baidu is using the new ARM servers in…

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OnApp’s federated cloud storage platform hits production

Originally posted on Gigaom:
OnApp is one of the most interesting European cloud players, as it offers traditional hosting providers a way to fight Amazon(s amzn) by federating the spare capacity in their data centers — it also has more…

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StackMob Courts The Enterprise With Launch Of New Marketplace, Added Partnerships

Definitely something I need to investigate more.

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The Top 5 ERP Mistakes And How To Avoid Them

great guidelines for any enterprise initiative.

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BYOD Onboarding Is the New Business “Trigger” For Initiating Productivity

On-boarding and off-boarding are still a manual process in many organizations and is one of the greatest barriers to productivity for many BYOD users and business. Automating business processes using BYOD as a new business “trigger” or event, employers will … Continue reading

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Personalized Content Is Driving BYOD, Not The Device

Like watching TV, as an end-user I know what I want and when I need it. IT needs to determine whether it is in the device or content management space. As an enterprise architect the days of managing the device … Continue reading

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In A Connected World, A Corporate BYOD Strategy Eliminates The USB Drive

The USB flash drive is the splinter in the hands of many corporations. A USB drive is used by end users to bridge a gap in the mobility of data. Bridging that gap without impeding productivity is possible with the correct alignment of corporate … Continue reading

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