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While you were working: Tech news from the past 7 days
Posted on 11/26/2014 Diana

Big changes are underway in big data, data centers, and cyber security. And businesses better know and adapt to them. Some help is on the way. Mozilla, University of Michigan and others are giving us all keys to universally encrypted Web browsing. Google is also creating a new website-monetization model, while IBM debuts a promising new business-email system. Meanwhile, look forward to a continuously fast-growing cloud and an expanded mobile bandwidth.

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The week in review: Eight things to know from the past 7 days
Posted on 11/19/2014 Diana

No time for the news last week? Don’t fret, here’s a rundown of what’s going on in the tech world.

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Critical traps to avoid in every outsourcing relationship
Posted on 11/14/2014 Diana

After taking NOA’s (National Outsourcing Association) Outsourcing Lifecycle Assessment, we realized that while we already have optimized outsourcing processes, many outsourcing buyers do not. In fact, it may be a huge hurdle for them, especially if a company has no prior outsourcing experience. Below are some critical pitfalls to avoid.

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5 more questions (and answers) about the Internet of Things
Posted on 11/06/2014 Diana

In last week’s post we dealt a lot with the security issues of Internet of Things (IoT). This week, we will take a look at some issues with making IoT a reality.

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5 questions to ask about the Internet of Things
Posted on 10/30/2014 Diana

The Internet of things has become a new phenomenon that promises to bring about the new technological revolution. It’s going to be a new world of connected objects that need less human direction, and in turn will be able to analyze and optimize human actions – from health monitoring to prediciting consumer behavior to reducing technology repair time. Let’s ask some questions that will help us make this new world a functional and attractive future.

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