S. Jae Yang

Project Map: Data Cleansing

Your database may be full of valuable information, but its difficult to realize this value if your data is incomplete, inconsistently formatted, inaccurate or unreadable by your applications.Data cleansing...

Maxspeed Aims at the Enterprise with First Thin-Client Laptop

Last year, the theft of a Wells Fargo contractors laptop—with the banking records of more than 200,000 customers—made some enterprises think twice about storing valuable corporate data on portable...

Alternatives to Tape Backup

Where do the servers responsibilities end and the clients responsibilities begin? This question in corporate computing applies to backup systems as well. If your organization accumulates a lot of...

IBM TotalStorage NAS 100

In view of Big Blues ardent support for Linux, it is interesting to see that the IBM TotalStorage NAS 100 runs on Microsoft Windows 2000 Server with Server Appliance...

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Enterprise Tech Lock-In: 3 Traps to Avoid

In a recent earnings call, Jamie Dimon, the CEO of JPMorgan Chase, made a very curious concession when asked about the bank’s ambitions to...

Salesforce Chief Scientist Silvio Savarese on Conversatational AI

I spoke with Silvio Savarese, Chief Scientist at Salesforce, about a software tool that enables users to create executable code using simple English prompts....

DataStax CEO Chet Kapoor on Real Time Data

I spoke with Chet Kapoor, CEO of DataStax, about how today’s data-driven culture is affecting enterprise change, including how data will turn knowledge workers...

Liveops Taps CDW to Modernize Services

Arizona-based Liveops is a contact center-as-a-service (CCaaS) provider that provides agent services for several industries, including insurance, retail and health services. The company was...

Palo Alto Networks Shifts Zero Trust To Application Layer

Palo Alto Networks has announced what it calls Zero Trust Network Access (ZTNA) 2.0, which shifts the focus of ZTNA from the network to...