A Throwback to Cloud Computing in 2014

2014 was a great year for Cloud Computing. In the last year, Amazon Web Services (AWS) continued to grow and innovate. It unveiled many new services such as the new Lambda in the recent Reinvent conference. Microsoft is also catching up pretty fast and is becoming a significant cloud player thanks to its homogenous hybrid cloud offering.

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Applications, Not Infrastructure, are Driving the Money in Big Data

The real moolah in Big Data does not seem to be coming from companies selling Hadoop. Gainers in this space are businesses which have identified opportunities to use data or created new ones and disrupted legacy models. Earlier, companies used to sell complex software and expect the customer to make sense of it. However, all this is starting to change. The companies thriving in the Big Data space are Tableau, Qlik and MicroStrategy which offer data visualization tools and not companies like IBM and Teradata which sell infrastructure.

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Mobile Enterprise Apps – Predictions for 2015

The last year saw ‘mobile’ maturing into a more unified and interconnected concept. Smartphones, tablets and the numerous mobile apps have disrupted the way we consume information and communicate with others. More OSs, apps and websites are coming to devices than ever before. Programmers are making use of responsive website design techniques to optimize mobile apps for whatever their habitat may be. Through mobile deep linking, apps are getting increasingly interconnected in addition to a more intuitive mobile web. The modern mobile landscape will continue to evolve significantly through 2015.

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Why Learning and Development Teams should use SharePoint?

As part of the L&D team, you think of how you can make an impact on informal learning? What can be done effectively to make sure that business users have a holistic view of the enterprise, in short know more than what the business group sticks to as a part of legacy information transfer? If you were to think of the country as an enterprise and media such as print (newspapers) as a medium to share news for people, I would say SharePoint is an interactive web newspaper with the benefit of a two-way information flow instead of one way.

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