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  • Storage optimization considerations for SMBs

    IT budgets are always tight in small to midsize business, and when it comes to storage, many simply bolt on additional boxes to accommodate growth and data retention regulations without considering the added complexity and long-term costs.

    Written by Rusty Rosenberger, scalable storage product management director, Imation Corp.29 Oct. 12 17:55
  • Scalability core focus for Asia-Pacific CIOs: report

    The role of the CIO has become more about business priorities and driving revenue growth with CIOs in the Asia-Pacific (APAC) region rating cloud computing and stability as their top priorities.

    Written by Lisa Banks15 July 10 09:22
  • Oracle data grid scales .NET to new heights

    A new version of Oracle's data grid software will allow Microsoft .NET applications to scale to the same large multi-server environments long enjoyed by Java enterprise applications, according to Oracle.

    Written by Joab Jackson15 July 10 06:30
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  • Hadoop Creator Outlines the Future of Big Data Platform

    Doug Cutting, creator of Hadoop and founder of the Apache Hadoop Project, says big data is not hype and it's not a bubble. He lays out his vision of how Hadoop will become the Holy Grail of big data systems

    Written by Thor Olavsrud26 Oct. 12 17:15
  • When Your CRM System Passes 1 Million Records

    There isn't a sales force in the world that says it has enough Leads. And you won't find many marketing VPs who want to do fewer campaigns. So there's a never-ending stream of new leads, prospect interactions, and conversations to be stored in the CRM system. At companies in consumer markets, open source software, and other categories it's not unusual to find a million leads or more. But that's just the beginning: if you're using the latest marketing automation system, every e-mail, web download, and prospect response is recorded in the CRM system. And if you have a large call center, every call and e-mail exchange should be recorded well.

    Written by David Taber04 March 10 08:18
  • Cloud Computing: IT Operations Changes Are Mandatory

    Just before the holidays I had a really interesting conversation with my friend Bill Takacs, who works at Gear6. It is a company that offers memcached appliances, used in applications that have very high data loads that preclude using a database as the primary means of data access. He shared with me a common pattern he sees in companies that are heavy users of memcached, which, after some thought, I concluded offers a vision of the future of cloud computing operations.

    Written by Bernard Golden12 Jan. 10 08:27

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