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Industry leaders set cloud computing security benchmarks

Security has long been the No. 1 cloud computing business concern. Although the apprehension is absolutely valid, cloud computing business decision and strategies are all too often driven by the many broadly shared misconceptions and misunderstandings. They include: Public cloud is more easily breached that a private cloud Any infrastructure that you manage or own is…

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The Science and Art of Business Leadership

Business leadership is both science and art. The scientific aspects revolve around finance, organization, products and service. Artistic aspects include relationships, market trajectories and business strategies. While many focus on the science through books and training, the art of business is best learned from real practitioners.  That is why I jumped at the chance to…

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Packing My Bags For Prague and Dimension Data #Perspectives2015

Prague is a beautiful city!  My last time was in June 2010 when Jeremy Geelan invited me to speak at CloudExpo Europe (see my blog post and video from that trip at “CloudExpo Europe 2010: Not Your Father’s Prague“). And yes, that is the same Jeremy Geelan that is currently enduring the terrible earthquakes in…

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SAP/HANA Does Big Data for National Security

Carmen Krueger, SAP NS2 SVP & GM While SAP is globally renowned as a provider of enterprise management software, the name is hardly ever associated with the spooky world of intelligence. That is one reason why I jumped at the opportunity to talk with SAP executives responsible for the company’s work in that clandestine marketplace.…

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Be future ready: Selling to millennials and a marketplace of one

There is almost a deafening discussion going on about the self-centeredness of today’s young adults. Weather you call them Generation Y, millennials or twenty-somethings, the general refrain seems to be a perception that the entire lot of them only care about themselves. Patricia Greenfield of the University of California in Los Angeles actually used the…

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Surviving an Environment of IT Change

  “The Federal government today is in the midst of a revolution. The revolution is challenging the norms of government by introducing new ways of serving the people. New models for creating services and delivering information; new policies and procedures that are redefining federal acquisition and what it means to be a federal system integrator.…

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OmniTI and GovCloud Join Forces to Provide Cloud-based Services

FULTON, Md.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–OmniTI, a leading provider of web infrastructures and applications for companies that require scalable, high-performance, mission critical solutions, today announced that it has partnered with GovCloud Network, LLC to help clients develop and execute mission and business strategies for cloud-based services. This collaboration will offer a complete end-to-end cloud service solution for customers.…

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