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“Machine learning is so tantalizing for most every day developers and scientists. Still, there are a lot of constraints for builders....How do we turn machine learning from a capability of the few, into something that many more people can take advantage of?” - Andy Jassy, Keynote from AWS re:Invent 2017

The Next Generation of Machine Learning Tools for Financial Services

“Machine learning is so tantalizing for most every day developers and scientists. Still, there are a lot of constraints for builders….How do we turn machine learning from a capability of the few, into something that many more people can take advantage of?” – Andy Jassy, Keynote from AWS re:Invent 2017 The FinTech industry has been…

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Managing Hybrid Clouds: What Team Do IT Leaders Need?

As most enterprise IT leaders know, transitioning IT staff to a cloud-based service delivery model is often more challenging than transitioning the infrastructure itself. A collaborative, vertically-oriented IT organizational structure is crucial to the success of any cloud infrastructure, and yet the advice enterprises receive—usually some variation of “break down silos”—is not especially useful in…

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Meaningful Use Stage 2

Understanding Meaningful Use Stage 2 and Stage 3…What Changes?

Meaningful Use Stage 2 has significant impact to healthcare CIO’s, and MU3 will be no different. ‘Meaningful Use Stage 2’ is the second phase of the ‘meaningful use’ incentive program that defines the second phase of requirements for the use of electronic health record (EHR) systems by healthcare providers.  This builds on stage 1, and…

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Cloud adoption

How Cloud Adoption is Changing the Business Landscape

Cloud adoption is increasingly improving business results. A 2013 IBM survey shows that the cloud’s strategic importance to decision-makers, such as CEOs, CMOs, CFOs, HR directors, and procurement executives, is poised to double from 34 percent to 72 percent, vaulting over their IT counterparts at 58 percent. The survey found that one out of five…

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healthcare IT

How to Learn from the Mistakes of the Healthcare IT

Healthcare IT has made great strides where infrastructure management and cloud computing are concerned. According to FierceHealthIT, “Some hospital executives are growing impatient with the pace of technology adoption in healthcare, according to a recent roundtable discussion focusing on the future of health IT conducted by Becker’s Hospital Review.” Why is the healthcare industry slow…

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Who’s Who in Cloud January 10, 2014

This week we explore CxO considerations, particularly what CIOs may face in 2014 and beyond. Many discussions have revolved around the emergence and progression of big data in 2014, how the CIO role will develop with new expectations and constraints, and how IT organizations along with management should identify opportunities in the cloud and beyond.…

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How are you making the cloud case to your organization?

CAPEX vs. OPEX? Convincing the C-Suite on Cloud Computing

A little while ago we explored how to talk to your upper management about cloud adoption. Check out our thinking again! When you’re making the case for cloud to your CEO or CFO, should your argument hinge simply on the CAPEX vs. OPEX argument, or is there a more subtle,  effective approach to getting organizational…

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Tech Player – Steve Jacobs, CIO Gilt Part 2

Continuing from Tech Player – Steve Jacobs, CIO Gilt Part 1, Steve Jacobs, CIO at Gilt delves into IT position in a business, balancing different business units’ technology requirements, going beyond ecommerce, and more. GC: And where do you feel IT as a whole fits into the dialectic between the need state and technology’s range…

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Is Hosted Private Cloud the Future of Cloud Infrastructure?

Every business is different, and their infrastructure is sure to follow suit. However, just as there are standards within best practices for cloud, so too are there consistencies where cloud platforms are concerned. When we say cloud platforms, however, we don’t mean open or closed clouds, like Rackspace versus AWS. Instead we are referring to…

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Who’s Who in Cloud September 6, 2013

We hope everyone enjoyed their Labor Day Weekend and short work week! Now, as the cloud matures into the enterprise, many interesting developments have transpired. Cyber security, the DevOps role, and big data analytics are hot topics that people are concerned with from both internal to external capacities this week. Also, the big names in…

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