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On-the-spot decision making and in-the-field analysis are two of the many benefits that make mobile analytics a worthy investment.
The best enterprise social networks are fine-tuned to corporate culture. Using gamification to spur employee adoption of ESNs will depend on your workforce and industry regulations.
For the San Jose Sharks, employee morale and back-end integration factored heavily into choosing an enterprise social network tool but, as SearchCIO discovers, every company has its own reason for upping its ESN game.
News roundup: The 'Fake ID' flaw on Android devices allows malicious apps to impersonate trusted ones, putting confidential data at risk and reigniting BYOD security concerns.
The U.S. government has divulged details on the "Backoff" point-of-sale malware campaign, which purportedly targets remote access software for entry.
What are the pros and cons of using a universal vulnerability scoring system from a vendor? Nick Lewis explains.
SolarWinds adds software-based deep packet inspection to flagship network monitoring application.
Cisco unveiled its managed service, Cisco Secure Ops Solutions, to help unify security risk management for business environments with isolated IT and industrial networks.
Arista, Google, Microsoft, Broadcom and Mellanox are developing 25 and 50 Gigabit Ethernet (GbE) top-of-rack switches. After initial reluctance, the IEEE is considering a standard for 25 GbE, but vendors may be out of luck with 50 GbE.
Got certificate problems causing your servers' connections to fail? Here's how to find out what's causing them harm and how to fix it.
MCS is changing the way memory and storage mix. Integrate this storage technology onto servers to enhance big data and other intense apps.
Isolated, dedicated grounds, telecom grounds -- the performance and, more importantly, safety of data center equipment -- rely on proper grounding.
At the TDWI Executive Summit in Boston, users talked about the benefits and challenges of incorporating the Agile methodologies long practiced in development circles into data warehouse and business intelligence projects.
The number of NoSQL database options is vast, and distinct product categories occupy separate niches. That makes it imperative to understand what works best for specific applications when evaluating NoSQL software.
In this episode of the Talking Data podcast, the editors review happenings at the recent MongoDB World event. Apt use cases for this NoSQL-style database were discussed.