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Monday, September 25, 2017

Cloud Digest Vol.1, Issue 8
As IT Organizations became more strategic, so too do their partnership with IT outsourcing providers. Digital transformation, automation, and the data revolution are not just shaking up how IT operates, they are greatly impacting the kind - and quality - of services under contract with IT outsourcing firms. This report includes all Information based on Machine learning, how technology can impact on your daily lifestyle and fixing your problems, and why the Clouds are becoming the most desirable place for businesses.
The Cloud, Machine Learning, and Defensible Disposition

The concept of Defensible Disposition has been around for many years. Defensible Disposition is the process of disposing of unneeded and valueless information in a manner that provides information about the disposition process showing that deleted data was not under regulatory retention requirements and the data was not subject to current or anticipated eDiscovery. In short, a data disposition process that ensures regulatory and legal considerations are taken into account.

Why the cloud could be your most secure place for data

The heated debate over cloud versus on-premise has been going on for years, with both sides citing cost and security reasons to support their claims. As the debate unfolds, one thing is becoming increasingly clear – companies are doubling down on security.

7 hot IT outsourcing trends — and 7 going cold

The days of low-cost commodity services are waning, as IT organizations seek stronger strategic partnerships with IT outsourcing providers in the era of digital transformation.

As IT organizations become more strategic, so too do their partnerships with IT outsourcing providers. Digital transformation, automation, and the data revolution are not just shaking up how IT operates, they are greatly impacting the kind — and quality — of services under contract with IT outsourcing firms.
Here is a look at the technologies, strategies and shifting customer demands shaking up IT outsourcing right now and the once-hot developments that are beginning to cool. If you’re looking to leverage an IT outsourcing partnership, or want to make good on the market for IT outsourcing as a provider yourself, the following heat index of IT outsourcing trends should be your guide.

Read More: https://www.cio.com/article/3208031/outsourcing/7-hot-it-outsourcing-trends-and-7-going-cold.html

We have a data problem, and it’s delaying the future

The promise of continued innovation hangs on our ability to make data freely accessible to the people and teams who are driving towards the future. Companies everywhere are disrupting their own industries with mobile, agile, DevOps, and of course the cloud. But this is the Information Age and the Digital Economy and those same people, processes, and technologies are bumping into a new problem: access to data.

Whether it be new advancements in machine learning or the ever-increasing pressure for faster software innovation, the demand from data consumers (ex: developers, quality assurance teams, and B/I analysts) for fresh, production data has never been higher. At the same time data operators (the people tasked with the supply side of data, like DBAs and security professionals) are facing industry trends like mobile and IoT that are pushing exponentially more data into enterprises. On top of that, new industry and geographic regulations demand increased consumer protections, because though having data everywhere can be great, it can also result in enormous vulnerabilities.

Read More: https://readwrite.com/2017/09/08/data-problem-delaying-future-dl1/?utm_source=linkedin&utm_medium=linkedin&utm_campaign=sumome_share

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Wednesday, September 13, 2017

Check out this report on Cloud Management, Cloud Deployment, and Cloud Security.

Cloud Digest Vol.1, Issue.7

The Importance of Cloud Management Platforms for Multi-Cloud Deployments

As the use of cloud-based platforms in the technology industry continues to evolve into more complex multicloud arrangements, CMP's are gaining importance.

How to Successfully Adopt an Enterprise Data Warehouse in the Cloud 

As organizations look to scale their analytical capabilities and enable more staff to analyze data in real time, the need to grow beyond a traditional enterprise data warehouse (EDW)becomes a critical inflection point.

3 Hard Questions Every CIO Needs to Ask

Applications enable business processes, and CIO’s must introduce new technologies that either reduce delivery costs or enable innovations that drive revenue.
If your portfolio has more than 200 applications, you are definitely considering the cloud for a number of compelling reasons. However, the two most important reasons for building a cloud strategy should be to increase revenue and lower costs. If your business case for moving to a cloud platform does not meet either of these goals, you will need to refine your approach to cloud.


It has been a tumultuous year in data privacy, to say the least – we’ve had a huge increase in data breaches, including some of the largest in history; an uncertain future when it comes to cyber security policies; new European regulations that have major implications for U.S. companies; and yet, business carries on. Despite all the challenges and risks, businesses will continue to move forward on digital transformation, cloud adoption, and mobile adoption, all with an eye on cyber security.

Keywords: #CloudManagement #CloudSecurity #Analysis #Deployment #Information #Security #Data
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