Issue OverviewIT in Europe - July 2012
This July edition of IT in Europe explores innovations with BI, what you need to succeed, and how to use them to aid business decisions. Discover why understanding the best practice in BI and analytics could turn out to be the best decision your business ever makes. Access >>>
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Securing NoSQL applications: Best practises for big data security
by Davey Winder, Access Management
NoSQL is great for big data, but security is often lacking in NoSQL applications. Davey Winder provides best practises for NoSQL security.
- Securing NoSQL applications: Best practises for big data security by Davey Winder, Access Management
Unified storage goes mainstream
by Chris Evans
Unified storage has gone mainstream, with full protocol support from the top five vendors. We survey the options available, including single platforms and NAS gateways.
- Unified storage goes mainstream by Chris Evans
SIPCOM cut costs with storage and server upgrade
by Archana Venkatraman
Hosting provider SIPCOM cut its licensing costs, and improved SaaS delivery for customers thanks to these infrastructure upgrades.
Rural broadband – should residents pay?
by Jennifer Scott
With government funding and commercial plans only reaching 90% of the population, is it the right move for residents to take their broadband connections into their own hands?
- SIPCOM cut costs with storage and server upgrade by Archana Venkatraman
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