Displaying articles for: 11-27-2011 - 12-03-2011
After three very busy days, I'm exhausted, but still wanted to share with you how I experienced HP Discover. My feeling, great job done, re-energized, but realizing there is still a lot of work to do. I strongly believe cloud is entering mainstage. If you happened to be in Vienna, tell mw how you experienced the three days. You want to know more?
Cloud Computing has long been seen as a CIO issue. How could he/she do more for less. But that limits the thinking to datacenter transformation, and there is more than that to the cloud. This is why it needs to be looked at by all CXO's. They need to ask themselves the proverbial question "What's in it for me?". Let's take an example and look at how cloud can benefit the CFO. Interested, just
I'm back at the hotel after an exhausting first day at HP Discover. Yes it finished with nice Vienese walses, but I can tell you, the day has been extremely busy for me. At the same time I had the opportunity to meet with many people and that is what I really like. So, what were my findings?
Is big data the next hype? Should big data reside in the cloud? And what can we use big data for? You're asking yourself the question? Well, first of all realize that 85% of data is unstructured, and as such quite difficult to search through. It's also growing at a staggering 1.8 Zettabytes a year. We need new technologies, new approaches. And actually, those are appearing,