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LinkedIn is a professional’s greatest resource – from connecting with potential employers to engaging in discussions. These top 5 Enterprise Mobility LinkedIn groups provide a brief overview of the description, members, group stats, and demographics.
Your tablet or mobile phone is one of the biggest generators of data. Eventually the data we create with our devices allow for improved services, but this is dependent on the ability of service providers to gather, connect, and analyze the vast quantities of data generated by interactions through these devices.
Do you often wonder which social network is the best for your personal life and which one works for your business? Michael discusses the best 9 networks your business should operate in with a few reasons why for each.
By Jen Cohen
LinkedIn is a professional’s greatest resource – from connecting with potential employers to engaging in discussions. These top 5 Big Data LinkedIn groups provide a brief overview of the description, members, group stats, and demographics.
By Jen Cohen
Twitter gives us something previously unimagined, real time news from non-journalists. In 140 characters you can hear about a natural disaster or the winner of the 100 meter freestyle before it debuts on television. This year, Twitter played a huge role in the London 2012 Olympics, read about its implications.
The common pros heard about cloud is the speed of deployment, lower costs and easier customization, but don’t abandon your on-premise solutions just yet – it all could be hype. Read this overview of the recent Gartner Hype Cycle for Cloud Computing white paper to see their estimates.
By SAP Guest
Gartner Analyst Raymond Paquet presented his list of the top 10 technology trends worth keeping an eye on over the next four years. This article summarizes the 60 minute webinar by Paquet and touches on his sentiment that all trends have one common denominator, content.
Almost all of us have an online presence, where we share our family photos, life updates, or professional insight. According to Daniel Newman, all of these dimensions can be more than just your personal or professional sides – what you choose to share is your own decision.
Many in the developer world push back on cloud computing, not due to the cost or the flexibility, but due to the fact that you’re abstracted further away from the underlying computing resources or “the metal.” David Linthicum’s post compares the traditional programming to the metal to today’s evolving cloud.
Seton Hall is going all in on Microsoft – supplying students with the Samsung Series 7 tablet and using Microsoft Office 365 for education, email, and other collaboration. Eric Lai’s post covers why Seton Hall choose Windows 8, and the tactical challenges the university will encounter.