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    1. Decentralized IT Management Becoming the New Normal

      Read More in Careers/Staffing » Decentralized IT Management Becoming the New Normal Digital transformation is clouding how IT departments control their organization's data and technology investments, says a new VMware study. More Articles » CIOs and technology managers are operating under a cloud , at least when it comes to digital transformation.

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      Mentions: Vanson Bourne
    2. Election 2016: Time to Get Back to Work | @ThingsExpo #IoT #DigitalTransformation

      Election 2016: Time to Get Back to Work | @ThingsExpo #IoT #DigitalTransformation

      Blog This There was a time, in the 1990s, when Silicon Valley and Redmond thought Washington, DC, didn't matter. Top executives would occasionally appear in front of Congress to inveigh mostly against one another, then quickly return home to resume making money. The notion that clueless DC regulators and legislators mattered was ridiculed when it wasn't ignored. Things changed in 1999, when the Department of Justice (DOJ) won a judgment against Microsoft.

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    3. Cloud-based network analysis drills down to users and apps

      Cloud-based network analysis drills down to users and apps

      Cloud-based network analysis drills down to users and apps Nyansa's monitoring service can now identify applications and determine how the network affects them More like this Use commas to separate multiple email addresses From Your message has been sent. Sorry IDG News Service | Nov 7, 2016 5:00 AM PT RELATED TOPICS Comments Cloud computing is throwing more variables into network performance, but it’s also helping to make network management smarter.

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    4. Breaches, IT skills & innovation keeping CIOs up at night

      To say that CIOs have full plates – from guarding against breaches to cloud migration to embracing innovation – is an understatement. But given the growing recognition of IT’s importance to organizations of all kinds, it’s also a tremendous time to be a CIO despite the complications and demands of the job.

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      Mentions: ERP Cisco Amazon
    5. Why preparation is key to securing your cloud migration

      The benefits of big data are real. And with so many businesses looking to migrate their data to the cloud, they want to make sure everything arrives safely and intact. After all, much of this data contains sensitive and proprietary information, and the prospect of moving it from the safety of the corporate firewall to a cloud environment is cause for concern.

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    6. Dirty little secrets of the cloud

      There are plenty advantages to shifting your organisation to the cloud, but you need to understand the nuances of the technology before you can reap the benefits. Shares According to Gartner Research, public cloud spending today is a relatively small five per cent of total IT budgets. However, spending is supposed to increase at an average compound annual growth rate of 15.8 per cent through 2020, which is much higher than overall IT budget growth.

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    7. Bringing remote users in from the cold

      By Graham Jarvis Shares “Given the nature of our “always on - always connected” business culture, it’s become easier and easier for companies to build their workforce with team members based in remote locations. This is especially true for sales professionals, who are often field-based and may work out of regional locations or, more commonly, a home office”, says QStream.

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      Mentions: China
    8. How the financial services industry is slowly waking up to cloud computing

      Just five years ago, the idea of using cloud services would have seemed wildly optimistic even to the most radical of businesses operating in the financial services sector. But cloud is no longer the new kid on the block. After becoming the word on everybody’s lips a few years ago, it has already plumbed what the Gartner Hype Cycle terms the ‘trough of disillusionment’; often experienced by new technologies as the doubters queue up to question the impact it can have.

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    9. Enterprise Demands are Shifting the Cloud Computing Landscape

      The initiatives put forth today by business leaders require enterprises to leverage advanced technology to deliver new and superior business outcomes. While public and private clouds are growing, enterprises are increasingly adopting a hybrid strategy leveraging public cloud to gain instant access to on-demand capacity and on premises, private cloud for core IP and their stable workloads.

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    10. Official: Cloud computing is now mainstream

      Cloud computing is so mainstream these days that maybe it should just be called “computing”. That’s what an IDC survey of 6,100 organisations in 31 countries, released today, indicates, with 68 per cent of respondents using public, private or hybrid cloud in their IT mix. This is a 60 per cent jump from 42 per cent of respondents doing cloud in 2015.

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      Mentions: IDC
    11. Why more people aren’t cloud bursting

      Combined Dell and EMC company targets intelligent things The pros and cons of cloud bursting Mixed reaction to Anderson review of bulk surveillance powers Most IT departments face the occasional spike in computing demand. Sometimes they are predictable (a sports betting site knows what to expect when the cup final is on, for example), and sometimes not.

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      Mentions: Amazon Dell CTO
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