"How dirty is your data" asks Forrester in a white paper with that title. It argues that the practice of gathering customer data and then using it for sales and marketing purposes has evolved over many years in the absence of rigorous controls and usage policies, that this has precipitated a backlash from regulators, which has resulted in what today are well-publicised, and onerous, policies on personal information and privacy.
Containerisation, a method of isolation for Linux applications that is claimed to enhance application portability and streamline development and maintenance, is rapidly picking up steam as the 'next big thing' in enterprise IT, says Colin McCabe, senior manager, platform business unit at Red Hat, but enterprises are being slow to adopt it.
There is a meme doing the rounds at the moment that points out: In 2015, Uber, the world’s largest taxi company, owns no vehicles. Facebook, the world’s most popular media owner, creates no content. Alibaba, the world’s most valuable retailer, has no inventory. Airbnb, the world’s largest real estate provider, owns no real estate.
For the first time Dial Before You Dig will be delivering seminars at CIVENEX, the annual showpiece of the NSW division of the Institute of Public Works Engineers of Australasia (IPWEA) and Australia’s premier infrastructure expo.
Huawei Honor is a well-known series that represents a value for money phone to the mid-range user. With Honor 4C, that trend is set to continue as it dishes out insane specs and costs only $159.
The race seems to be heating up with manufacturers coming up with large-screen devices, faster and more features that ultimately cost a lot. If you just want something small that is very affordable, then you can take a look at what Microsoft Lumia 430 Dual Sim and Xiaomi Redmi 2A can offer.
We have on-board here today, two of the most affordable phablets with the contrasting background but having a common goal. Let’s welcome Alcatel Flash Plus from French/Chinese descent, nd Lenovo K3 Note purely from China.
Well-known IT research firm Gartner has revealed its top predictions for IT organisations and IT users for 2015 and beyond. It envisages machines becoming more autonomous and increasingly fulfilling roles traditionally undertaken by humans.
Big data has swept its way into your living room via the humble TV screen. Increasingly video analytics are being embraced by the broadcast industry as the magical keys to retaining and growing fragmented audiences.
IT research firm IDC says that IT decision-makers should view the hybrid cloud as a key component of an overall ICT transformation strategy that aims to continually align and adapt ICT to the changing business landscape.
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- ZTE Blade S6 Plus vs Microsoft Lumia 640 XL LTE Dual Sim: phablet wars sub-$270
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