A survey of 102 organisations was undertaken to "take the temperature of cloud computing in the financial sector and provide guidance to accelerate adoption of secure cloud services."
Why not both? Processes are important, they are way of measuring output, success or failure and a guide to what needs to be done.
One can look at this topic two ways – as a CEO considering the IT Department or the IT Manager with a wish list. There could be similar aspects and there probably are quite diverse aspects to their ideal.
Hadoop, according to Forrester Research, is the rising star of the business technology agenda for a simple reason — it disrupts the economics of data, analytics, and someday soon, all enterprise applications." And Forrester adds, "it is secretly becoming an application platform too."
The entertainment needs of individuals in correctional facilities is often overlooked as a key part of their rehabilitation. The advent of IPTV and digital services is now creating new pathways to rehabilitation, education and monitoring for both inmates and institutions.
Micromax is set to spark a new beginning with the latest Canvas Spark Q380 which has quad-core processor, 8MP-2MP camera and Lollipop 5.0 right out of the bonfire. And best of all, it is being offered at a very affordable price.
Xiaomi is hot on the heels of their recent fifth birthday celebration and they keep on coming back for more and giving consumer’s killer product at a very killer price. The latest Mi 4i will definitely shake up the smartphone industry starting with its international release in India.
Xero (NZX/ASX: XRO), the leading cloud accounting software provider, continued to deliver exceptional growth for the year ended 31 March 2015, recording operating revenue of $114.9 million, up 84.7% from $62.2 million in FY14. Annual results were released on the ASX this morning.
Last week I gave NBN Co a bit of a serve for stating the obvious, in a press release where it said: “Improved access to fast broadband through the National Broadband Network (NBN) will enable Aussie small businesses to better embrace the cloud computing revolution."
Yes, that’s where we stand today and how the smartphone industry have progressed over the years. For under $160 budget, you can get Lenovo K3 Note or Huawei Honor 4C. Both have octa-core processors and with a 13MP-5MP camera setup.
- Huawei Honor 4C vs Alcatel Flash Plus: octa-cores with great camera for under $160
- Lenovo A6000 Plus: twice the memory and twice the storage, but same old price
- Gigabyte Gsmart Guru GX: 5-inch octa-core smartphone for gaming
- Microsoft Lumia 540 Dual Sim: another one for the budget user
- Huawei Honor 4C: 5-inch octa-core with 13MP camera on a budget
- ZTE Nubia Z9: awesome bezel-less quad hd 5.2-inch, with octa-core and 21MP-8MP camera
- The CIO Crystal Ball
- Dirty data deeds
- Containerisation tipped to be IT's 'next big thing'
- Taxis, cloud and digital disruption
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