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With an influx of mobile devices in the workplace, mobile security is more important than ever. Make sure that your devices are secure with these security solutions.
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3-D printing is much more than just a neat novelty. It is now allowing businesses of all sizes to increase their productivity and manufacturing abilities.
The Importance of Apache Flink in Processing Streaming Data

When it comes to processing big data, Apache Flink has the ability to process static as well as streaming data, making it a useful application.
How Graph Databases Bring Networking to Data

Graph databases rely on relationships and nodes to organize and process data, giving them an edge over traditional databases.
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When Application portfolio management is used alongside Software as a Service and analytics, businesses can greatly improve the efficiency of their applications.
5 Ways Companies Can Cut Cloud Costs

Cloud services have become indispensable for business, but with ever-increasing pressure to keep budgets in line, tech professionals are looking for ways to cut costs.
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The Demand-Driven Data Center - What System Administrators Can Learn From Wall Street

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Open-Source Licensing - What You Need to Know

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Once resolution has gotten so high that people can't distinguish the difference anymore, what's next? High frame rate promises to be the next method of improving video quality.
How Big Data Analytics Can Optimize IT Performance

Is your IT business performing at it's peak efficiency? Big data analytics can you achieve this.
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Real-time communication is a growing field, but WebRTC has just advanced it by leaps and bounds. See what it has to offer.
5 of Technology’s Most Beautiful Mistakes

Technology can be an unpredictable field, especially when doing research. These tech pioneers may not have gotten the results they expected, but because of that, they have helped advance science in unexpected ways.
Border Gateway Protocol and Routing Scalability

When routing large numbers of data packets, scalability is essential. There are many ways to achieve this, but the Border Gateway Protocol is considered one of the best solutions.
Computers - The Universal Instrument?

Computers are capable of reproducing the sound of nearly any instrument, and as technology continues to advance, even more options are becoming available to audio engineers and hobbyists alike.
Technology and Our Children: Too Much and Too Little

Schools are more high tech and advanced than ever. Technology can be a great way to engage students, but the schools and students without access to this technology could get left behind.
Can Enterprise Cloud’s Hyper Growth Continue?

Enterprise cloud has been growing by leaps and bounds in recent years, but can this trend continue? We look at factors affecting the growth of enterprise cloud.
Discovering Data Theft Using Hadoop and Big Data

Data theft is an ever-growing problem, but the combination of big data and Hadoop promises to help identify it before it can do any harm.
More Than Moore - 50 Years of Moore's Law

In 1965, Gordon Moore predicted the doubling of computing power every year (later modified to every two years). Fifty years later, Moore's Law is still considered one of the fundamental laws of computing.
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Electronic voting is when a voter casts a ballot through a digital system instead of on paper. Until the beginning of the 21st century, electronic voting did not... Read more

An embedded SIM is a SIM card that cannot be removed from a device. Traditional SIM cards are made so that they can easily be swapped out of a phone, so that core... Read more

Actionable insight is a term in data analytics and big data for information that can be acted upon or information that gives enough insight into the future that the... Read more

Granular data is detailed data, or the lowest level that data can be in a target set. It refers to the size that data fields are divided into, in short how... Read more

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