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Monthly Archives: May 2011

Data management 'suffering with growth'

Rachel Wheeler Archive
Data management techniques need to be more sophisticated than ever as the quantity of data in the world continues to grow.

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43% of IT professionals outsourcing work

Rachel Wheeler Archive
Research has found that 43 per cent of IT professionals within organizations have outsourced significant proportions of their workload.

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Data centers turning to third-party providers

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Research has suggested that data centers are turning to third parties to help them with capacity constraints.

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IBM announces new data storage hardware

Rachel Wheeler Archive
New business intelligence solutions could be needed by companies who are keen to make use of IBM's new mass storage device.

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Report highlights need for data quality

Rachel Wheeler Archive
A recent report has flagged up the need for good data quality as people spend almost as much time reading digital information as they do reading printed text.

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SaaS 'delivers lower costs'

Rachel Wheeler Archive
The main benefit of software as a service (SaaS) is the fact that it lowers costs.

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Data centers 'experimenting with new technology'

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Increasingly large power requirements are prompting data centers to experiment with alternative power sources, it has been suggested.

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Outsourcing business intelligence 'requires understanding'

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Outsourcing business intelligence can be extremely beneficial but companies should put a lot of effort into understanding the process first.

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Majority of businesses believe data is obsolete

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Research has found that the majority of businesses believe that the data they hold for customers and prospects is obsolete, out-of-date or just plain wrong.

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Half of companies 'in need of new data centers'

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Research has found that a new data center will be required by around half of the world's large companies within the next year.

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