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The focus on exploring the ITSM marketplace is growing larger everyday | #know15

Robert Young, research manager for endpoint device and ITSM at International Data Corporation [IDC], believes that IT departments need a laser-like focus on service awareness. Young analyzes how the cloud, mobile, social, and big data impact IT systems and services. … Continue reading ?

What you missed in the Smart World: Sexy furniture that weighs you, nail art that controls your world

This week’s Smart World Series features stackable switches that not only conduct electricity but also transmits data, smart city initiatives across the globe, game-changing wearable devices, nail art that turns your thumbnail into a trackpad and how health monitoring is … Continue reading ?

Cloudy king? AWS said to be bigger than Google, Microsoft, IBM AND Salesforce combined

Few were surprised to learn that Amazon Web Services is the leading cloud player when it comes to the amount of cash it’s raking in, but is it really larger than all four of its closest competitors – Google, Microsoft, … Continue reading ?

When Monty Python legend John Cleese throws water on theCUBE

It’s nothing new to land an A-list tech executive on theCUBE, SiliconANGLE’s premiere video production for exclusive event coverage, but what happens when a famous comedic actor drops by? While at ServiceNow Knowledge15, John Cleese, English actor, comedian, writer and film … Continue reading ?

Google makes a case for encrypting the Web

China kicked up a storm earlier this month when it was alleged to have used its “Great Cannon” weapon to carry out distributed denial of service (DDoS) attacks against GitHub, a code repository for open source projects, and, a … Continue reading ?

Valve head Gabe Newell responds to paid mod controversy

When Valve Corp announced that it would be allowing content creators to sell mods for games like Skyrim through Steam Workshop, it probably did not expect the extremely negative response it got from its users. Fearing that monetization could ruin the open … Continue reading ?

Nokia pours scorn on rumors its planning a smartphone comeback

Nokia Technologies has come out to quickly squash rumors it’s planning an imminent return to the smartphone business. The Finnish company, which was at one time the world’s biggest and best known mobile phone maker, exited the handset business last … Continue reading ?

3 Apple Watch apps to help you navigate a busy city

Navigation apps can be a blessing when you do not know how to get somewhere. They are also handy when you are waiting for the arrival of your bus, subway or bike-share or you have misplaced your car. Now, thanks … Continue reading ?

3 must-have Apple Watch apps for aspiring chefs

When it comes to preparing the evening meal, you want as few distractions as possible, but with the added benefit of a helping hand. There are thousands of apps available, containing a wide variety of recipes to assist you in … Continue reading ?

What you missed in Cloud: DevOps-as-a-service

The past week saw the cloud spotlight turn back to the development community with the launch of new capabilities aimed at fostering the creation of the web services changing how organizations operate. Inc. set the wheels in motion with … Continue reading ?

Cloudsherpas ushered Echo Entertainment Group get the most out of ServiceNow | #know15

ServiceNow has made a big difference for The Echo Entertainment Group. The owners of three casinos on the East Cost of Australia, Echo Entertainment Group use ServiceNow to streamline their operation in ways that have expanded beyond IT service management … Continue reading ?

What you missed in Big Data: Scaling up and out

Scalability emerged as the main theme of the analytics world last week as key vendors upped the ante on the capacity of their respective platforms in the fight over enterprise spending. Teradata Corp. went down the density route with the launch … Continue reading ?

HP aims beefy new OpenFlow-enabled switch at campus netwoks

Hot on the heels of entering the commodity networking business to go after hyperscale data centers, Hewlett-Packard Co. is returning to the proprietary world with a new campus switch that uses the latest iteration of its homegrown packet processor to provide … Continue reading ?

IT as a service business model heats up the healthcare industry | #know15

The digital transformation is underway, and, surprisingly, the healthcare industry is leading the charge. With recent government mandates and incentives in place that center on the digitization of health records, among other issues, healthcare is taking advantage of the digital … Continue reading ?

Control your world from your wrist with these Apple Watch apps

The ability to control your physical aspects of your life from a mobile device is convenient. Whether it is keeping an eye on what your children are up to at home, changing channels on your TV or the ability to … Continue reading ?

The enterprise and cloud: Changing the face of IT as we know it | #know15

Mike Zill, SVP of Global Shared Services for Becton, Dickinson and Company, believes that enterprise is warming up to the cloud and that IT as we know it will vanish in the next decade. Although historically slow to adapt, companies … Continue reading ?

The important things you should know about Windows 10

What’s in a name? There has been a lot of speculation as to why Microsoft jumped straight to Windows 10 and leap-frogged the number 9, but Terry Myerson, Microsoft’s Executive Vice President of Operating Systems, at a media briefing in … Continue reading ?

Photo app maker VSCO raises $30 million Series B

Photo app and photo plugin software maker Visual Supply Co. (VSCO) has raised $30 million Series B in a round led by Glynn Capital Management that included existing investors Accel Partners and Goldcrest Investments. Founded in 2011, VSCO makes the … Continue reading ?

Global tech business management helps businesses capitalize on digital transformation | #know15

Digital transformation goes beyond any single service, said Steve Bates, Principal CIO advisory KPMG LLP, runs the Global Technology Business Management Practice. Technology has been “democratized,” he said, “and is accessible to everyone.” It this type of environment, leaves some … Continue reading ?

Diddums: Jay Z defends Tidal on Twitter as service sinks like a brick

Jay Z took to Twitter over the weekend to defend his streaming music company Tidal, despite the fact that all public indicators would suggest that a month after its relaunch it’s sinking like a brick. Tidal, originally launched in 2014 … Continue reading ?

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