Category Archives: cloud

News from IBM InterConnect 2017

This week I am in Las Vegas for the annual IBM InterConnect conference. IBM touts the event as a way to tap into the most advanced cloud technology in the market today. And that has merit, but there is much … Continue reading

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Time to Plan Your Trip to IBM InterConnect 2017

I am looking forward to attending this year’s IBM InterConnect conference in Las Vegas, NV the week of March 19-23, 2017. And after reading my blog post today I bet you will be interested in attending, too! The first thing you … Continue reading

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An Overview of Today’s Leading DBMS Platforms

Recently I wrote a series of DBMS product descriptions/overviews for the TechTarget web portal. The product descriptions were an adjunct a 7 part series of articles I wrote reviewing DBMS technology and considerations circa 2015. Anyway, the purpose of today’s post … Continue reading

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All or Nothing?

Why is it always “all or nothing” in the IT world? The prevailing wisdom these days is that PCs are dead, and that everybody will move to smart phones, tablets and the cloud. This is hogwash. First of all, PCs … Continue reading

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Take a Big Data and Cloud Computing Quiz

Are you concerned about new technology and industry hype rendering your experience obsolete? Are memes like Big Data and Cloud Computing confusing to you… or are you comfortable that you know what you need to know? Why not take a … Continue reading

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