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How Waste Management builds a powerful services continuum across IT operations, infrastructure, development, and processes

It’s only been a few years since Waste Management’s IT organization began rebuilding their quality assurance processes from the ground up.

“Our availability scorecard was pretty bad. 1,438 more words

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GSN Games hits top prize using big data to uncover deep insights into gamer preferences

It’s a shame when the data analysis providers inside a company get the cold shoulder from the business leaders because the data keeps proving the status quo wrong, or contradicts the conventional corporate wisdom. 3,075 more words

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Service providers gain new levels of actionable customer intelligence from big data analytics

It’s no secret that communication service providers (CSPs) are under a lot of pressure as they make massive investments in upgraded networks while facing shrinking margins and revenues from their eroding traditional voice or broadcasting businesses. 3,924 more words

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A gift that keeps giving, software-defined storage now showing IT architecture-wide benefits

The next BriefingsDirect deep-dive discussion explores how one of the most costly and complex parts of any enterprises IT infrastructure — storage — is being dramatically improved by the accelerating adoption of… 4,142 more words

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Advanced cloud service automation eases application delivery for global service provider NNIT

As a provider of both application development management and infrastructure outsourcing, Denmark-based NNIT needed a better way to track, manage and govern the more than 10,000 services across its global data centers. 1,292 more words

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More than just an IT shift, cloud fuels the new engine of business innovation, says Oxford Economics survey

Over the past five years, the impetus for cloud adoption has been primarily about advancing the IT infrastructure-as-a-service (IaaS) fabric or utility model, and increasingly seeking both applications and discrete IT workload support services from Internet-based providers. 6,394 more words

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How UK data solutions developer Systems Mechanics uses HP Vertica for BI, streaming and data analysis

Three years ago, Systems Mechanics Limited used relational databases to assemble and analyze some 20 different data sources in near real-time. But most relational database appliances used 1980s technical approaches, and the ability to connect more data and manage more events capped off. 2,282 more words

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