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CIOReview Weekly Brief
Weekly Newsletter for Enterprise Technology Decision Executives
Oct 3, 2015
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News for the week
Aruba's system will allow GCI technicians to temporarily alter a school's WiFi configurations, providing more network space to a particular area.
The deployed in-memory technology facilitates interactive analysis of large amount of data to locate unrecognized correlations.
Mirantis' NFV initiative makes a carrier-grade OpenStack distribution that extends high availability (HA) and single root I/O virtualization (SR-IOV).
The dashboard provides navigation through buyer behavior metrics allowing retailers to filter data by criteria such as top snapped brands.
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CIO Viewpoint
Ron Horn, CIO, Trillium Health Resources
Take the time to study and understand the operations of the business and the workflows of the functional areas.
Tom LaPlante, CIO, TopGolf
The next generation SAS application which is a cloud based solution is completely re-engineered from an enterprise architectural perspective.
Keith A Cronk, CIO, Harding University
Big data must be implemented with long term usage with dashboards and reports that can be easily manipulated to give wonderful insights.
CXO Insights
By Pam Parisian, CIO, Technology Development, AT&T Services
In the future, you could have one phone number for all your devices and all those devices would be seamlessly connected to each other.
By Patrick Dolan, National Managing Partner - Market Development & National Line of Business Leader, KPMG LLP
Hiring data scientists who can provide insight to company business leaders will be a key point of differentiation in the food and drink industry.
By Kay Madati, Executive Vice President & CDO, BET Networks
The future will be a marriage between traditional and digital platforms, where there will be little distinction between what was previously thought of as traditional linear and digital delivery.