Tag Archives : cloud

Beyond the numbers – tips on building cloud awareness

A web search on cloud adoption rates generates a dazzling array of charts and stats that for years have been telling a familiar story: some links simply aggregate numbers to say the same. And while there is some variation on the theme, i.e. relatively more enterprises are now using public cloud than private cloud infrastructure, […]

Aamir Hussain, EVP and CTO, CenturyLink

Julian_Mills, head of corporate intranet and internal social media, BMO Financial Group

Cloud services going rogue on corporate intranets

For years organizations have been battling silos. Whether it’s the data centre, communications infrastructure or software, over the past decades IT departments have leveraged existing technology and integrated it in ongoing attempts to create seamless service delivery. Arguably one of the most prolific silo-generating activities these days is the deployment of cloud services on the […]

Last Panacea session explores cloud future

In a fitting farewell to the Reset on the Panacea of Cloud series, presenters at month’s CenturyLink breakfast event talked about the future. A forum for exploring issues around cloud adoption and management, the Panacea sessions have featured a chapter-by-chapter tour of The Death of Core Competency: A management guide to cloud computing and the […]

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Susan Doniz, global CIO, Aimia, at DMTI session

DMTI Insights Session tackles financial analytics

In an increasingly digitized world, data carries undeniable clout. At once the source of insight into optimizing business operations, data also supports the development of products and services that were unimagined before as new sources of social and sensor information – and the technology to manage it – come online. But if the vision for […]

Surface 3 under the reviewer’s eye

Ever since Microsoft launched its Surface tablet line, it has been struggling to capture the hearts of enterprise users. We’ve been through Surface Pro, Surface Pro 2, and Surface Pro 3, as well as the ill-fated ARM-based systems running the now defunct Windows RT operating system (which wasn’t so much bad as thoroughly misunderstood). Today’s […]

Lynn Greiner, freelance IT journalist and regular contributor to InsightaaS.com