Though many C-suite executives are involved in any agency’s decision to adopt a cloud computing solution, two of the most prominent decision-makers are the chief financial officer and the chief information officer.
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Steps to migrating and managing the new cloud technology include researching its benefits specific to a given agency, adjusting IT management to accommodate new services and fool-proofing SLAs. Download this informative digital dialogue to learn more about the range of cloud types including the five main characteristics of cloud and the three forms of cloud services.
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The paper focuses on the technologies and capabilities organizations should arm their analysts with, so they cannot just ingest big data, but uncover difficult evidence and turn it that big data into actionable intelligence.
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When we consider human information and its dominance in today’s enterprise, it is natural to wonder how we can effectively search and find the information we need. Typically, people search or analyze data using an attribute such as the date a video was taken, who is in a photo, or whether a blog gives a positive view of a product. Since computers have historically used databases to increase search efficiency, finding human information raises a number of new questions regarding how we can organize, process, and search it.
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For years, agencies have optimized their networks primarily by adding capacity and perhaps fine-tuning their architecture. But the surging demand for capacity driven by such trends as cloud computing and teleworking, and from bandwidth-hogging applications such as video, are quickly increasing the pressure on network performance. Agencies can no longer afford to respond by simply throwing more bandwidth at the problem. Instead, they are turning their attention to network optimization.
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