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Predictions from Dermot O’Shea, co-founder and joint CEO of Taoglas, on possible 2019 developments in IoT and related enabling network technologies.By Dermot O'Shea
Digital transformation strategies are spurring massive growth in cloud services. But what do you really need for SaaS applications?By Jyothi Swaroop
Use of analytics means your digital assistant will know a lot more about you. Expect marketers to use them to develop closer relationships with consumers.By Seeta Hariharan
Not hitting ROI targets may be key, but not using analytics solutions to their fullest potential is also a form of failure. Here's what we've learned.By Lyndsay Wise
Disasters happen, making sudden downtime reality. But there are things all cloud customers can do to survive virtually any outage.By Jonathan Meltzer
As new tech like wearables and connected medical devices grows in use, how will real-time analytics impact healthcare deliverables?By Perry Price
Predictions from Jerry Melnick, president and CEO, SIOS Technology, on possible 2019 developments in high availability, devops, and IT operations analytics.By Jerry Melnick
With so many businesses considering launching IoT projects, the biggest question is when will they see a return. Here are some things to consider.By Dave McCarthy
For businesses, both enabling good bots and thwarting bad bots are non-negotiable skills—essentially the price of success in today’s world.By Sridhar Rajagopalan
The enormous capacity offered by 5G and cloud offer unprecedented opportunities for DDoS attacks. What you need to be considering.By Arnold Jansen
Data issues have long since left the data center ops team's desk to land on the CEO's: What you need to consider as a digital age manager.By Krishnan Ramanujam
Creating the best algorithms can't be magic; it needs to be a replicable process for your team. What are the critical needs for this to happen?By Charles Amick
Payments industry firms need to keep their log management needs in mind when building out new platforms or systems.By Ken Lynch
An annual audit isn't enough for current constant data flows that grow in speed and volume daily. What's your path to continuous data compliance?By Ken Lynch
IIoT applications often need scalability and flexibility. It may not need to be a choice between fog and edge computing; enterprise may need both.By Jason Andersen
Cognitive computing will become a widely used analog for human data input to provide us with solutions in the same way we learn. How will you use this tech?By Aan Chauhan
Digital transformation rests on insights gleaned from your version of "big data" at your firm. But don't forget insights from your communications data, too.By Larry Foster
The consumerization trend has raised expectations for what we expect of our business applications. Improvements in the user experience (UX) is no different.By Dan Matthews
While enterprise execs have always sought competitive advantage in other areas of operation, here are some tips to consider when leveraging a data project.By Bill Waid