Data Management

Data! We've got so much of it, and we will only ever have more! Data management is the way of the future. Don't see what you want? Try Big Data.




Data is driving the decision process for companies today and as a result, the nature of storage is changing. In order to meet this change,...

How Data Storage Infrastructure Is Being Redefined Today


Blockchain began as a way to keep track of bitcoin transactions, but has evolved into so much more. Find out why data scientists are so...

Why Data Scientists Are Falling in Love with Blockchain Technology


Multi-cloud data management is the simultaneous use of more than one cloud service by an organization. Learn the facts (and dismiss the...

10 Myths About Multi-Cloud Data Management


Deleting data doesn't necessarily mean that it's permanently gone. Here are some methods for keeping your private data out of the wrong...

Never Really Gone: How to Protect Deleted Data From Hackers


Businesses are increasingly turning to public cloud options, but is that the right choice for your data? Learn about 6 of the biggest risks...

Is Your Organization Aware of These 6 Key Public Cloud Risks?


An effective intranet setup and infrastructure benefits organizations, but there are risks. Here, we'll discuss the pros and cons.

The Pros and Cons of Intranets


Geographic information systems (GIS) are transforming the way we do business, and answering questions we didn't realize we had.

How GIS Can Put Your Organization on the Map


What does it take to change the way people live and work? In the tech world, we tend to assume it's technology, but what about the human...

Bill Veghte Executive Chairman at Turbonomic


Biometric systems could replace cumbersome passwords, but these security measures have drawbacks of their own. Learn more about what's on...

New Advances in Biometrics: A More Secure Password


One can only accomplish so much from scaling up or scaling out databases. The optimal solution is effective load balancing.

Why Traditional Database Technology Fails to Scale


Silos prevent organizations from truly harnessing the power of their data. Data must be consolidated and properly managed in order for it...

Breaking Silos: How to Consolidate, Cleanse and Use Your Data for Good


Data warehousing provides a solid foundation for consolidating historical, current and future data, allowing an organization to generate...

Data Warehousing 101


We talked to Ben Nye, the CEO of Turbonomic. Here he talks about autonomic systems and the importance of automation in increasingly complex...

Autonomic Systems and Elevating Humans from Being Middleware: Q&A with Ben Nye, CEO of Turbonomic


The role of chief data officer is often misunderstood, but its growing importance is making it a more prominent position, with many...

Chief Data Officer: The Next Hot Tech Job?


Graph databases consist of a series of entities and relationships, which can make for some innovative insights that one wouldn't find with...

Graph Databases: A New Way of Thinking About Data


Through access to real-time data, effective data center infrastructure management (DCIM) reduces energy costs and power consumption, while...

A Look at Data Center Infrastructure Management


Technical knowledge should be readily and easily shared with everyone in your organization. A knowledge base is one of the most efficient...

Why Most Organizations Need a Knowledge Base


These five Active Directory pain points highlight some of the reasons that AD is so expensive and so cumbersome to manage.

The Top Five Active Directory Management Pain Points


Hadoop has long been the de facto standard for handling big data, but Spark is starting to gain popularity due to its increased efficiency.