3 Ways APIs are Changing IT Consulting

Klint Finley | March 29th

In a time when entrepreneurs and VCs are the new rock stars, cloud computing, big data and consumerization have made even enterprise startups like Box, Cloudera and Yammer sexy. And now thanks to EMC's acquisition of...»

Tax Team Up in the Cloud: Automation Across SAP, QuickBooks to Start

Maria Deutscher | March 29th

Mulesoft offers a hosted integration platform which it refers to as the Mule iON integration platform as a service (iPaaS,) and the solution sports a line-up of applications that make up its ecosystem. The...»

1DollarScan Launches Fine Tune Digital Service for Mobile Devices

Saroj Kar | March 29th

1DollarScan, the digital scanning service that lets you digitize your books, documents, greeting cards, photos, etc. for just one dollar, is ramping up its product line as digital publishing gains traction (Pottermore, anyone?)  Today...»

NoOps, AppOps and DevOps and your Business. How do They Apply for You?

Klint Finley | March 29th

[The following is a guest post by New Relic Lead Developer of Cloud Services Adron Hall- KF] Before diving straight into what NoOps, AppOps, and DevOps are let’s first give platform-as-a-service (PaaS) some context. There are three...»

Can Big Data Tackle Data Center Efficiency?

Matt Weinberger | March 29th

"As we grow old, the beauty steals inward," or so Ralph Waldo Emerson once wrote. I doubt he was talking about big data. But as it matures, can big data be used to provide the same...»

Big Things Planned for Microsoft’s Kinect for Windows 1.5

Kyt Dotson | March 29th

May 2012 will see the release of a new version of the Kinect software for Windows and this week Microsoft’s Craig Eisler published a sneak peek into what we can expect from this update. Looking at...»

Cloud Accounts for 35 Percent of SMB Primary Backup

Maria Deutscher | March 29th

While storage titan EMC, HP and IBM are racing towards a competitive edge in the never-ending enterprise hardware wars, cloud backup providers are also seeing their market expand – and competition is growing as...»

If March 31st is Backup Day, don’t be Fooled with Restore on April 1st

Greg Schulz | March 29th

With March 31st as world backup day, hopefully some will keep recovery and restoration in mind to not be fooled on April 1st.

 When it comes to protecting data, it may not be a headline


Don’t Let Facebook Make You Post Content You Don’t Want to Share

Angela Connor | March 29th

Facebook really wants us to populate that timeline, don’t they? Upon logging in today, I found a prompt asking me to add information about my employer, including position and city. Not alarming, I know but still worth discussing....»

Dell’s Bad Luck with Smartphones: A Brief History

Mellisa Tolentino | March 29th

Dell's dropping two more smartphones from its lineup, throwing in the towel on the Venue and Venue Pro.  The hardware maker  announced that they will be discontinuing the production in the US, stating mobile...»