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  • Data streaming applications set a faster pace on analytics efforts

    The desire to accelerate operational decision-making processes is leading organizations looking for a competitive edge to deploy streaming analytics platforms fed by real-time data. Continue Reading

  • Citrix Provisioning Services (Citrix PVS)

    Citrix Provisioning Services (Citrix PVS) is a software-streaming technology that allows administrators to patch or reconfigure an entire deployment of virtual desktops from one shared master image. The goal of PVS is to simplify virtual desktop management and maintenance and reduce operational costs. Continue Reading

  • Apple AirPlay

    Apple AirPlay is a content streaming and interactive display control feature that is integrated in Mac OS, iOS and Apple TV as well as a number of Apple devices, including AirPlay-enabled speakers. Continue Reading

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  • The Pipeline: Brand content marketing strategies from Digital Strategy Summit

    Branded content and social media were the main talking points at the Digital Strategy Summit, a conference dedicated to content producers and marketers. Continue Reading

  • How can the Twitter acquisition of Periscope change the enterprise?

    Expert Scott Robinson discusses the effect of the latest Twitter acquisition of Periscope and how it can shake up the enterprise. Continue Reading

  • The new platform economy: Expanding on a product-focused business

    If you're overwhelmed by the abundance of music streaming options available today, such as Spotify and Tidal, and the disparate massive song catalogs of each platform, you're not alone. The founders of Soundsgood, a Paris-based startup that offers music influencers and curators a platform to create and share playlists across streaming services, are aiming to address that problem. The company is following the footsteps of others competing in a platform economy: It partners with streaming platform APIs so users can share Soundsgood's value -- creating and curating music playlists -- easily across these platforms. In this SearchCIO handbook, Site Editor John Moore explores how Soundsgood is confronting the challenges of navigating a platform economy and keeping pace with the fast-moving music industry. In our second piece, CTO Niel Nickolaisen offers four strategies on how to think like a platform business. In our last piece, writer Mary K. Pratt delves into how home services startup Thumbtack tackled the platform dilemma of attaining critical mass. Continue Reading

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  • The HTML5 vulnerabilities enterprises need to know

    Adobe Flash's end of life is coming, but there are some HTML5 vulnerabilities enterprises should be aware of before making the switch. Expert Judith Myerson outlines the risks. Continue Reading

  • Cloud streaming analytics prescribes big data remedies

    It seems like everything's in motion these days. Streaming data is no exception. With the avenues of information proliferating, it's critical that companies extract value from incoming data in real time, enabling them to devise successful business strategies and remain competitive. IDC reports that the amount of data created is growing at a burgeoning rate of 40% annually and will reach 44 trillion gigabytes by 2020. Needless to say, collecting, storing and analyzing this data can require a nonstop effort of herculean proportions. Cloud streaming analytics can help companies get a better grip on that relentless endeavor and mine true business value.

    In the first feature of this guide, News Writer Joel Shore reports how Time Warner Cable used real-time cloud streaming analytics as a service to gain better insight into its customer base and identify new marketing opportunities for its clients. The second feature by Shore raises the question of whether big data is too big for cloud-based analytics. While companies amass and store large amounts of data, the percentage of collected data that's actually accessed for analytics purposes is alarmingly microscopic. In the third feature, IT consultant Swathija Raman delineates five principles of mastering software analytics, logging and reporting in relation to the internet of things and how these principles apply equally to a multitude of business formats.

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  • BYOD security: How application streaming and VDI can help

    VDI and application streaming improve BYOD security because desktops and apps run on back-end servers, not on devices. But you still need client components to connect to servers. Continue Reading

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