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Data Center Past Performance Indicative Of Future Results

It is time to take a look at data center disaster recovery With the start of 2017, it’s an apt time to look at the current state of the data center and the future of data center infrastructure management (DCIM) while prognosticating what we can expect for the coming year. We’ve witnessed some major events …continue reading Data Center Past Performance Indicative Of Future Results

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Spora Adds a Wretched New Feature to Ransomware

Spora, a new ransomware variant recently discovered, has emerged with advanced features which will cause problems for security solutions working to protect against this type of malware. I was afraid of this. The motivation and resources are driving attackers to innovate too quickly. Malware and security developers are in a constant race to outmaneuver each other.  Ransomware …continue reading Spora Adds a Wretched New Feature to Ransomware

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Ed-Tech Talk: How 1:1 Implementations Can Go Wrong

In this second of a series of posts, Intel’s Director for Government and Education shares the common pitfalls that undermine 1:1 implementations while outlining the key components to their success. How is 1:1 more than simply choosing the right device? My experience is that “It’s never about the device until it’s about the device”! What …continue reading Ed-Tech Talk: How 1:1 Implementations Can Go Wrong

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Part 2: Precision Medicine – Not Just for Oncology

In Part 1 of our blog series with Oracle, Summer Kahlon, MD, Director, Care Innovations at Oracle Health Sciences, makes an important point – precise knowledge of a person’s genes can deliver better outcomes not only in oncology, but in other fields of medicine. Here are some examples. In cardiology, studies of sudden death in …continue reading Part 2: Precision Medicine – Not Just for Oncology

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Beat the January blues at Bett 2017

Welcome back! For most people, January means grey weather, new exercise regimes, and fat-free, fun-free diets. To those of us in the world of education, however, January offers a spark of edtech excitement. Europe’s biggest education technology fair is back for its 21st appearance at London’s ExCel centre from 25 to 28 January. We’ll be …continue reading Beat the January blues at Bett 2017

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NRF Event: Simple Strategies for Powerful Women

Intel’s commitment to innovation and breakthrough technology comes with a responsibility to create a diverse and inclusive workforce and culture. In January 2015, Intel set a bold goal: In five years, we pledged to become the first tech company to reach full representation of women and underrepresented minorities in its U.S. workforce. This initiative is …continue reading NRF Event: Simple Strategies for Powerful Women

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Talking Super Saturday With RetailROI’s Greg Buzek

Back in September 2008, a group of retail leaders were chatting at Oracle OpenWorld when the conversation turned toward charity. “A group of us got together and said, ‘We’re competing with each other for everything, but let’s do something together,’” Greg Buzek, the founder and president of IHL Group and one of Retail Orphan Initiative’s …continue reading Talking Super Saturday With RetailROI’s Greg Buzek

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Cyber Risks Compound with Technology Adoption

Just how reliant are we on computing infrastructure? Sometimes it takes just a little outage to get a taste of the interwoven dependency we don’t readily see. Lines of Travelers Source: pic.twitter.com/VGLUOUiaoP (with approval) It can be small. The international travelers landing in U.S. airports on January 3rd, one of the busiest travel days of the year, …continue reading Cyber Risks Compound with Technology Adoption

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It’s Time We Made Technology Work for Clinicians

When systems that are designed to support medicine aren’t embraced by clinical teams, the adopted solution is often forced rather than re-evaluated. It’s therefore refreshing to see organisations take a more pragmatic approach, and at the King’s Fund Annual Conference in November, two talks in particular challenged the way in which existing healthcare practice and …continue reading It’s Time We Made Technology Work for Clinicians

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