Launching a big data project can be a little like launching a rocket: in both cases, getting them off the ground is the hard part. Most enterprises simply don’t know where to start when it comes to big data.
As technology evolves, we find faster and better ways to solve problems, but the solutions often add more complexity. A solid technology strategy and open communication lines are paramount to a company’s success.
We would all agree that to build a winning team we need top talent and “A” players. But what is an “A” Player?
CIOs have heard a lot of cloud talk lately: private clouds, public clouds, even hybrid clouds. At the risk of clouding the topic even more, I thought it would be timely to introduce the topic of cloudbursting.
In businesses everywhere, the conversation around IT is changing. CIOs are no longer engaged in deep discussions about the merits of network attached storage versus storage area networks.
In the beginning, there was Software as a Service (SaaS), which evolved into the first-generation Cloud applications (Salesforce, etc.).
Rolta AdvizeX makes it to CIOReview’s top HP Solution Providers list for its expertise in information technology infrastructure solutions
Our customers are getting excited about cloud-hosted desktops or Desktops-as-a-Service (DaaS), but there seems to be a little bit of confusion with the idea of moving desktops to the Cloud.
In a recent report by Frost & Sullivan, 81% of Line of Business (LoB) managers said they bypass IT to purchase cloud applications. At a time when CIOs are trying to get funding for private cloud initiatives, LoB buy-in can be a significant barrier.
There’s a myth surrounding Big Data that says size matters. And it does, but it’s not the lone defining criteria for Big Data applications.