If you are still talking about big data, you are missing the point

Welcome to the year of the algorithm, says Professor Doctor Michael Feindt, chief scientific advisor and founder of Blue Yonder.

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Top transformative technology trends in networking for 2016

The Year 2015 has seen organizations disrupting their markets with the digital transformation of their businesses as they embrace 3rd Platform computing and New IP networking strategies that have helped them become leaders in new markets. Moving into 2016, more businesses are expected to...

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Predicting the future not the past

Professor Feindt, founder of predictive analytics firm Blue Yonder offers some thoughts on where...

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Chris Maclean, CEO of Open Energy Market, provides some great insights as to how data centres can leverage energy efficiency and sustainability initiatives not only to meet environmental goals but also to gain...
Alex Hoff, Co-Founder and Chief Strategy Officer at Auvik, discusses the results of the company’s recent IT Trends 2024 Industry Report, which explains how the ongoing skills shortage is shaping IT...
Henrik Sandin, Director & Principal ESG Specialist at Workiva, discusses the findings of the company’s recent ESG Practitioner Survey, covering the impending EU Corporate Sustainability Reporting Directive...
Venessa Moffat, EMEA Channel Manager, Ekkosense and Nick Ewing, MD of Efficiency IT, discuss the new partnership between the two companies which brings together EIT’s expertise in data centre design, build,...


Realized with two next-generation large capacity recording technologies: HAMR and MAMR.
Smith joins as companies around the globe seek to move away from legacy analytics technology, embrace generative AI to transform BI, and spark their Data Renaissance.
Qarbon Technologies has started an ongoing collaboration with Cambridge Management Consulting (Cambridge MC), an international management consultancy.
William Asare joins to strengthen Cantium’s commitment to the education sector and drive growth.