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Stability vs. speed – pick two

August 20, 2019

Via: CIO

In holding various leadership positions in Operations engineering organizations over more than 20 years – either as a team lead, architect, or leading a global Site Reliability Engineering (SRE) organization – I developed a philosophy that I’ve used as guidance […]


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How to do real-time analytics across historical and live data

August 14, 2019

Via: InfoWorld

Today’s analytical requirements are putting unprecedented pressures on existing data infrastructures. Performing real-time analytics across operational and stored data is typically critical to success but always challenging to implement. Consider an airline that wants to collect and analyze a continuous […]


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Stop searching for that data scientist unicorn

August 9, 2019

Via: InfoWorld

The data science unicorn is a somewhat mythical person who is a leader in data science, technology, and business. Of course, these candidates practically don’t exist, nor do they necessarily make strong team members. As data science teams have grown, […]


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Six Attributes of Successful Technology Leaders

August 8, 2019

Via: CIO

In this digitally-fueled age of the customer, the explosive growth of cloud computing, the continued rise in business-managed IT spend and incredible leaps in data analytics and automation, have all served to change the landscape of where technology resides and […]


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Enterprise architecture short- and long-term wins

August 5, 2019

Via: CIO

Enterprise architecture is not just about building a business and IT knowledgebase. It’s more and more about short and long-term wins, where enterprise architects participate in the selection of strategic priorities and about contributing specific knowledge valuable to the agile […]


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Why Investment Giant Carlyle Group Is Becoming a C-Corp: Term Sheet

July 31, 2019

Via: Fortune

Carlyle Group is moving to a ‘one vote, one share’ model. The investment giant said it will abandon its existing partnership structure and become a corporation with a single class of shares. This model will give shareholders a bigger say […]


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Why AWS is building tiny AI race cars to teach machine learning

July 31, 2019

Via: Tech Crunch

The AWS DeepRacer is an almost toylike 1/18th scale race car. It comes with all of the sensors and software tools to help developers build machine learning models to drive the car around a course — or really do anything […]


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What makes – and keeps – your company relevant?

July 24, 2019

Via: CIO

When was the last time you answered these three questions from the perspective of your client or customer: Why you? Why now? What makes you relevant? Better yet, when was the last time that you asked them for their candid […]


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Seamless Cross-Channel Personalization Now a Reality with Adobe Target

July 23, 2019

Via: CIO

With consumers seemingly getting inundated from brands with marketing emails, personalized experiences are inevitably what separates effective marketing from spam. In fact, earlier this year, we surveyed U.S. consumers and one-third said they are more likely to make an unplanned […]


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Digital Transformation Requires the CIO to Play an Active Role

July 18, 2019

Via: CIO

Over almost 30 years of IT industry experience, I’ve found that the key business relationships technology vendors and solution providers tend to value most highly are often with chief information officers (CIOs). The CIO is commonly the highest-ranking IT resource […]